This website is dedicated in reparation for the offenses, outrages and overall misrepresentation of true Catholic devotion to St. Joseph, the worthy spouse of the Most Chaste Virgin, as is advanced and perpetrated by the anti-Catholic Talmudic sect known as Opus Dei.
Oportet allatrare canes! (Translation: "It behooves watchdogs to bark!")
This website’s mission is to alert innocent Catholic Faithful about the treacherous tactics of a pseudo-Catholic group which has gained tremendous influence in the "Church," known as Opus Dei or the "Work of God". The faithful have the obligation to educate themselves as best they can about what is being discussed, to make a decision based on their knowledge, and then to live by it. To do anything less would be *willful ignorance.
Pope Felix III
"Not to oppose error is to approve it; and not to defend truth is to suppress it; and indeed to neglect to confound evil
men, when we can do it, is no less a sin than to encourage them." -Pope St. Felix III
The owner of the website, Mr. David Hobson, is a True Catholic who is quite familiar with Church History and Scholasticism (the Theological method of St. Thomas Aquinas). Mr. Hobson intends by presenting sound Catholic doctrine and reasoning, drawn from time-tested (immutable) Catholic teachings, practices and sources; to clearly expose for all (even currently blinded Opus Dei members) the grave errors which pervade entirely throughout this perfidious sect, and thus possibly help save souls.
The Marrano, Monsignor
Escriva "Get me more recruits for the asylum."
-Quote of Monsignor Escriva, founder of the
anti-Catholic cult Opus Dei
"Better that only a few Catholics should be left, staunch and sincere in their religion, than that they should, remaining many, desire as it were, to be in collusion with the Church's enemies and in conformity with the open foes of our faith."-St. Peter Canisius
"But not only must we guard against things which are open and manifest but also against those which deceive with the subtlety of clever fraud."-St. Cyprian
"They [the faithful] must pray above all for the Church of Darkness to leave Rome."-Prophetic Vision of Venerable Anna-Katrina Emmerick August 25, 1820 A.D., Augustinian Nun, Stigmatist
"Even if Catholics faithful to Tradition are reduced to a handful, they are the ones who are the true Church of Jesus Christ."-St. Athanasius
"We wish it to be your rule
first of all to tear away the mask from Freemasonry, and to let it be
seen as it really is, and by sermons and pastoral letters to instruct the
people as to the artifices used by societies of this kind in seducing men and
enticing them into their ranks...." -Pope Leo XIII, Humanum
Genus [Encyclical against Freemasonry]
"...Accordingly, every bishop, priest, religious or layman who in the future give support to Jews against the Christian Faith, be it through briberies or favors, shall be regarded as profane and blaspheming God, and shall be excluded from the Communion of the Catholic Church and shall be regarded as not belonging to the Kingdom of God..."(CANON 58, 4th TOLEDO COUNCIL)
"Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist ... The Church will be in
eclipse..." -Words of Our Lady of LaSalette to Melanie Mathieu 1846 A.D. [A Church Approved Apparition]
Taking of Christ [by Judas]
Caravaggio, c. 1598
*Willful Ignorance (Omission of Due Diligence) Concerning Imperative Matters of the Faith: a Damning Sin
St. Thomas Aquinas, Summa, I-II, q. 76, a.
1, a. 3, Whether ignorance can be the cause of sin?: "It is clear that not
every kind of ignorance is the cause of a sin, but that alone which removes
the knowledge which would prevent the sinful act. …This may happen on the
part of the ignorance itself, because, to wit, this ignorance is voluntary,
either directly, as when a man wishes of set purpose to be ignorant of
certain things that he may sin the more freely; or indirectly, as when a man,
through stress of work or other occupations, neglects to acquire the
knowledge which would restrain him from sin. For such like negligence renders
the ignorance itself voluntary and sinful, provided it be about matters one
is *bound and able to know."
*Catholics are bound (required) to learn and know their Faith. A sin against faith (often caused by willful ignorance) is the gravest of all sins according to St. Thomas Aquinas.
St. Augustine, Cited by St. Thomas, characterizes sin against faith in these words: Hoc est peccatum quo tenentur cuncta peccata. "This is the sin which comprehends all other sins."
St. Thomas says: "The gravity of sin is determined by the interval which it places between man and God; now sin against faith, divides man from God as far as possible, since it deprives him of the true knowledge of God; it therefore follows that sin against faith is the greatest of all sins."