Back In Time: Evil Abbe de Nantes Hater Of Our Lady Of La Salette Desired Jorge Marío Cardinal Bergoglio For Pope! Originally Posted 14th March 2013

Evil Abbe de Nantes
“The priests, ministers of my Son, the priests, by their wicked lives, by their irreverence and their impiety in the celebration of the holy mysteries, by their love of money, their love of honors and pleasures, and the priests have become cesspools of impurity. Yes, the priests are asking vengeance, and vengeance is hanging over their heads. Woe to the priests and to those dedicated to God who by their unfaithfulness and their wicked lives are crucifying my Son again! The sins of those dedicated to God cry out towards Heaven and call for vengeance, and now vengeance is at their door, for there is no one left to beg mercy and forgiveness for the people. There are no more generous souls; there is no one left worthy of offering a stainless sacrifice to the Eternal for the sake of the world. “God will strike in an unprecedented way.Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)

“Woe to the inhabitants of the earth! God will exhaust His wrath upon them and no one will be able to escape so many afflictions together.Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)

Abbe de Nantes was an evil and perverted man. Trads love him. He is a denier of Our Lady of La Salette. He thought that Putin was to restore all things in Christ. Here is what this evil man said about the future Pope Francis! If Hell had a hand in electing this Pope Francis then Abbe de Nantes must be there.

All you lovers of Abbe de Nantes will have to answer for the actions of Pope Francis.

A time will come when many of you will wish for that city half in ruins!

Read Here the words of  Abbe de Nantes:


It will be one hundred years ago next 20 July, that Pope Leo XIII passed away at the age of ninety-three years, after having sat in the See of Peter for twenty-five years. Never before had such a resounding concert of praise and regrets been heard around a Pope's bier.

And yet, the Jesuit, Father Fontaine, dared to write, without the slightest fear of contradiction:

« No previous Pope has left such a mass of encyclicals and documents on all kinds of questions - biblical, philosophical and theological- as has Leo XIII. Yet which of his predecessors had left the Church of France in such confusion over doctrine and intellectual anarchy like what we now experience? »

On 4 August 1903, as though directed by divine Providence, the votes of the conclave fell to cardinal Sarto, the Patriarch of Venice. The Church would be saved by Rome once again.

She will be saved once more this very year, if God so wills; let us have no doubt about it. The rumour has already reached us from Italy, the echo of the holy hope of the best among us. The Italian weekly L’Espresso has made its forecast in an article entitled “Bergoglio in Pole position.”


« Midway through November, his colleagues wanted to elect him president of the Argentine bishops’ conference. He refused. But if there had been a conclave, it would have been difficult for him to refuse the election to the papacy, because he’s the one the cardinals would vote for resoundingly, if they were called together to choose immediately the successor to John Paul II.

« He’s Jorge Mario Bergoglio, archbishop of Bueno Aires. Born in Argentina (with an Italian surname), he has leapt to the top of the list of the papabili, given the ever-increasing likelihood that the next pope could be Latin-American. Reserved, timid, and laconic, he won’t lift a finger to advance his own campaign – but even this is counted among his strong suits..

« John Paul II made him a cardinal together with the last group of bishops named to the honour, in February of 2001. On that occasion, Bergoglio distinguished himself by his reserve among his many more festive colleagues. Hundreds of Argentineans had begun fundraising efforts to fly to Rome to pay homage to the new man with the red hat. But Bergoglio stopped them. He ordered them to remain in Argentina and distribute the money they had raised to the poor. In Rome, he celebrated his new honor nearly alone – and with Lenten austerity.

« He has always lived this way. Since he was made archbishop of the Argentinean capital, the luxurious residence next to the cathedral has remained empty. He lives in a nearby apartment, together with another bishop, old and sickly. In the evening, he himself cooks for both of them. He rarely drives, getting around most of the time by bus, wearing the cassock of an ordinary priest.

« Of course, it’s more difficult now for him to move about unnoticed, his face becoming always more familiar in his country. Since Argentina has spun into a tremendous crisis and everyone else’s reputation – politicians, business leaders, officials, intellectuals – has fallen through the floor, the star of Cardinal Bergoglio has risen to its zenith. He has become one of the few guiding lights of the people.

Yet he’s not the type to compromise himself for the public. Every time he speaks, instead, he tries to shake people up and surprise them. In the middle of November, he did not give a learned homily on social justice to the people of Argentina reduced by hunger – he told them to return to the humble teachings of the Ten Commandments and the Beatitudes. “This,” he explained, “is the way of Jesus.” And as soon as one follows this way seriously, he understands that “to trample upon the dignity of a woman, a man, a child, an elderly person, is a grave sin that cries out to heaven,” and he decides not to do it any more.

« The other bishops follow in his footsteps. During the Holy Year of 2000 he asked the entire Church in Argentina to put on garments of public penance for the sins committed during the years of the dictatorship. As a result of this act of purification, the Church had the credibility to be able to ask the nation to acknowledge how its own sins had contributed to its current disaster. At the celebration of the Te Deum at the most recent national feast, last May 25th, there was a record audience for Cardinal Bergoglio’s homily. The cardinal asked the people of Argentina to do as Zacchaeus had done in the Gospel. He was a sinister loan shark. But, taking account of his moral lowliness, he climbed up into a sycamore tree, to see Jesus and let himself be seen and converted by him.

« There isn’t a politician, from the right to the extreme left, who isn’t dying for the blessing of Bergoglio. Even the women of Plaza de Mayo, ultraradicals and unbridled anti-catholics, treat him with respect. He has even made inroads with one of them in private meetings. On another occasion, he visited the deathbed of an ex-bishop, Jeronimo Podestá, who had married in defiance of the Church and was dying poor and forgotten by all. From that moment, Mrs. Podestá became one of his devoted fans.

« But Bergoglio has also had his difficulties with his ecclesiastical environment. He is a Jesuit of the old school, faithful to St. Ignatius. He became the provincial superior of the Society of Jesus in Argentina just when the dictatorship was in full furore and many of his confreres were tempted to take up the rifle and apply the teachings of Marx. Once removed from his position as superior, Bergoglio returned to obscurity. He came back into the public eye in 1992 when the archbishop of Buenos Aires, Antonio Quarracino, made him his auxiliary bishop.

« From there, his ascent began. The first – and almost only – interview he has given was to a parish news bulletin, “Estrellita de Belém,” as if to make the point that the Church is in the minority and shouldn’t cultivate illusions of grandeur.

He travels as little as possible. He visits the Vatican only when strictly necessary, the four or five times a year they summon him. He reserves a small room in a residence for clergy (the “Casa del Clero” on Via della Scrofa), and every morning at 5:30 he’s already awake and praying in the chapel.

« Bergoglio excels in one-on-one communication, but he can also speak well in public when necessary. At the last synod of bishops in the fall of 2001, they unexpectedly asked him to take the place of one of the speakers who had withdrawn. Bergoglio managed the meeting so well that, at the time for electing the twelve members of the secretary’s council, his brother bishops chose him with the highest vote possible.

« Someone in the Vatican had the idea to call him to direct an important dicastery. “Please, I would die in the Curia,” he implored. They spared him.

« Since that time, the thought of having him return to Rome as the successor of Peter has begun to spread with growing intensity. The Latin-American cardinals are increasingly focused upon him, as is Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger. The only key figure among the Curia who hesitates when he hears his name is Secretary of State Angelo Cardinal Sodano - the very man known for supporting the idea of a Latin-American pope. (Sandro Magister, L'Expresso no 49 of 28 November 2002)


La Nación, an Argentinean newspaper, extensively quotes the Italian weekly in its 4 December 2002 edition. The next day it published remarks that the Italian expert on the Vatican, Sandro Magister, had made during an interview with its correspondent in Rome.

« Rome. Sandro Magister, the expert on the Vatican of the weekly L'Espresso, has just devoted a long article to Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio whom he considers as one of the best placed candidates to succeed John Paul II. Yesterday he spent a very busy day because of the repercussions from his article. In it, he asserted that the Argentinean bishop was in first place. This raised the curiosity of interested parties in Argentina, who are eager for additional information.

« What grounds does he have for asserting with such conviction that the present archbishop of Buenos Aires could be the next Pope, the first Latin American Pope, and the first Jesuit to become Pope? Sandro Magister, who is fifty-nine years old and has spent thirty years as a vaticanist (a journalist specialising in Vatican affairs), explained his thoughts in an interview with La Nación. Although he does not know him personally, Bergoglio’s low-profile personality seems to him to be the opposite of Cardinal Tettamanzi’s. The latter is the former Archbishop of Genoa and present Archbishop of Milan considered by many as the prime Italian “papabile”.

« Moreover, he said, the Archbishop of Buenos Aires directly personifies what the College of Cardinals expects from the next Pope: someone whose style breaks with the charismatic and extraordinary Karol Wojtyla, someone whose manner is more sober, more interior, “who more explicitly expresses the essence of the Gospel.”

« In Magister's view, Bergoglio is not only highly regarded by the German cardinal, Joseph Ratzinger, but also by Cardinal Camillo Ruini, president of the Italian Episcopal Conference, who is “the most powerful and the most influential of the Italian cardinals.”

– Why did you devote an article to Bergoglio?

– I do not know him personally, but I started to get to know him from the outside, these last few months. I began to notice that he has a personality that is unique and very uncommon at this level of the upper hierarchy. I listened to people from his entourage at the Vatican who spoke about him with interest. Rome is a city where the leading lights of the universal Church pass without stopping, but I noticed that all attention gradually converged towards him as a possible candidate.

– In what way do you find his personality to be “unique”?
– It is his simplicity, his austerity. He flees everything that resembles honours and the pursuit of a “career,” and also there is his deep spirituality. For example, when one speaks of a possible successor, one mentions the name of Dionigi Tettamanzi, the present Archbishop of Milan. Well, in many ways, Bergoglio is almost the opposite of Tettamanzi!

– Why?
– Because Tettamanzi is an ecclesiastic who made an unbelievably extraordinary public relations campaign aiming to win the cathedral of Milan.

– And people did not like that?
– Tettamanzi attained his goal, but it was injurious to the marketability of his brand name at the Conclave. With all this propaganda, the star is setting on his chances as a possible successor .

– But there are groups that back him all the way, for example, Cardinal Sodano who, you say in your article, will not support Bergoglio.
– Sodano is an inscrutable character. Until yesterday he seemed to support the likelihood that the next Pope will be South American instead of an Italian. Some think that he was doing this to scuttle the candidacy of another Italian, that, in reality, the Secretary of State has an eye on it for himself. Now that a Latin American candidate has surfaced, he no longer leans in this direction.

– What de you think of the other prospective Latin American “papabili”, such as Oscar Rodriguez Madariaga (Honduras) and the Mexican Norberto Rivera Carrera?
– In reality, they were never true candidates, only the media presented them as such.

– Some think that with an article like the one that you wrote on Bergoglio, your true intention may have been to “sink him”.
– From Bergoglio's point of view, obviously, this article is of no use to him: someone who generally is at the height of his career has no interest in being promoted by a publicity blitz. But this is not always the case. When it is a question of a very exceptional person, speaking of him only gives notoriety to a little known figure.

– No one knew Karol Wojtyla before his election to the pontificate…
– But Bergoglio is not Karol Wojtyla, and I believe that the cardinals have no desire of electing someone who repeats the characteristics of Wojtyla. They want someone who will not be overly appealing to the media, someone with a more sober style, more interior. The College of Cardinals is not inclined to require the Pope to be a great actor; this is what emerged from the speeches made at the synod of 2001 devoted to defining the vocation of the bishops. The challenges which face the Church in the future are revealed therein, and how the next Pope should be: a Pope who will preach the Cross and return to the essence of the Gospel. It is obvious that a person like Bergoglio fully expresses this need to return to the Gospel, the need for sobriety with which the Church must face up to its fights and make plain its essential nature.

– And is Bergoglio highly regarded by the Pope?
– I do not know. He made him cardinal and I think he must hold him in esteem. »

In an article entitled Mother of God, have pity on us! the Abbé de Nantes wrote on 15 August 1972 an appeal to the Blessed Virgin Mary that She intercede with our God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit, on behalf of the Church, and that she may receive the mandate to intervene promptly (CCR no 30, August 1972). He asked for three things: another Pope, the conversion of our bishops, and a new Council to level an anathema on the Council that had preceded it during the lifetime of the ones responsible for it. He asked that the new Pope be « a man who was among the moderates at the last Council, who is learned and impartial and, most important of all, strong enough to assume personal responsibility; a man into whose hands they can lay the whole set of accounts of the bankruptcy of the past ten years » And he suggested: « Cardinal Felici? » (CCR no 31, September 1972).

Six years later, this prayer was answered, and even beyond what was requested, in the person of Albino Luciani who appeared immediately to be « another Saint Pius X without knowing it » able to « restore all things in Christ ». And this is why he was assassinated by the supporters of the Antichrist, to whom God had granted permission to do harm a while longer. How long? Until the disappearance of all those who participated in the Council, contrary to the last request of the Abbé de Nantes? Thirty years have passed, and there remains only forty survivors, among them Karol Wojtyla who is still there, having become the Head, the Person in command, the party directly and immediately responsible for all the persisting evil that he has caused or that he tolerates. More than ever, he must go. What the Abbé de Nantes wrote about Paul VI is more than ever applicable to his successor who still claims to be his « son »: « For the sake of so many souls heading for ruin, for the sake of the Church sliding headlong towards destruction, in the interest even of his own eternal salvation, John Paul II must go; and if men have not the courage to do anything about it, then we must pray for an Act of God… But let it not be through sudden death, an event we must dread both on his own account and on that of the Church. Let us hope rather that he may yet learn his lesson at the very end, and seek to redress the evil »

After having reasserted his faith in the Church against « those clear-minded and tormented persons » who go about repeating that his « successor could only be even worse », he referred to « All the lessons taught us by the history of the Papacy » to express his confidence in the future: « The institution of the Conclave is an excellent one, though, like all other human institutions, it sometimes fails to function for the best. Like human individuals too, it is able to remember past events and will seek to repair the damage once the consequences have become apparent. »

What he said of Cardinal Felici is just as pertinent today for Jorge Marío Cardinal Bergoglio (pronounced: Bergolio):« I can do no harm by telling you that I have in mind Cardinal Bergoglio, and that already I am praying for him. »

Victim of Jesus nee MELANIE CALVAT,
Shepherdess of La Salette
"I protest highly against a different text, which people may dare publish after my death. I protest once more against the very false statements of all those who dare say and write First that I embroidered the Secret; second, against those who state that the Queen Mother did not say to transmit the Secret to all her people." Mélanie

 This was Originally Posted 14th March 2013 by dxv 515


  1. This is a fascinating find! Thank you for posting this! It definitely sheds a lot of light on the man.

    From what I have heard, he wasn't a traditional Catholic by most definitions. I believe he said the traditional Mass himself, but was completely against all other traditional Catholics, calling them "schismatics", even condemning the SSPX.

    Rorate Caeli says that he was so reckless and ignorant as to be "vehemently opposed to the schismatic "solution" to the current situation, and urged his followers to remain in their parishes." (??!!)

    REMAIN IN THEIR PARISHES? What a train wreck ...


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