Church Status of the Bayside Apparitions Part 3
 

    Smoke of Satan entered Church
    Furthermore, it is incumbent upon the local Ordinary to point out where we have done violence to the teachings of the Church. If we have undermined, as they say, the legitimate authority of Bishops and councils (i.e. Vatican II) by Jesus' statement in the June 18, 1986 Message that “Satan sat in on Vatican II and maneuvered all the outsiders to come in and distort My doctrines and distort the truth,” then what is Pope Paul VI guilty of when he stated on June 29, 1972, in his weekly General Audience, that “the smoke of Satan had entered the Church?” He, moreover, confessed his disillusionment with the outcome of Vatican II: “We thought that after the Council there would be a day of sunshine for the history of the Church; instead we found new storms. . . An adverse power, the Devil . . . came to suffocate the fruits of the Vatican Council.”

    Using obedience to create new church
    Therefore, Pope Paul VI, the Bayside revelations, and the Third Secret of Fatima are in basic agreement that Satan has

 

    breached the walls of the Church (and Sister Lucy, and John Paul II and Cardinal Ratzinger can confirm this—as the latter two have read the Secret), and is now using Cardinals in the highest places in Rome to command obedience to a new church, that is slowly evolving, gradually severing its ties with Tradition, a church based on the worship of man instead of the one true God.

     


    Obedience always first to God
    Obedience is always first and foremost to God in Heaven. One cannot obey directives that offend God, even when they are from the highest authorities. Our mission is to help keep the Barque of Peter afloat: to patch the cracks and bail out the water (to contain and repel the forces of modernism and their flood of destructive changes). We remain firm in our parish churches, giving a good example of piety, fighting to retain and restore the traditional Catholic beliefs and practices.

 

    No account to give to anyone
    As a last word, the Message of Bayside has
    stated that we have to give an account to no one for our Mission, for it is directly from the Eternal Father in Heaven.

    Our work continues, serene and unperturbed
    And so we continue our work, serene and unperturbed by the waves and the roaring of the sea (i.e.persecutions), ever more determined to “shout the Message from the rooftops,” in obedience to the commands of Heaven.

    In filial submission to His Holiness John Paul II, we rest our case.

Frank Albas, Director