A Liberation Theology Takeover
of the John Paul II Institute
A Liberation Theology revolution has suddenly occurred in the John Paul II Institute in Rome. It is an actual Marxist Liberation Theology revolution! In Revolution in the Revolution? by Regis Debray, we see necessary for such a revolution is “To free the present from the past,” as discussed in Segment One.
This is exactly what suddenly occurred in the John Paul II Institute.
Marx’s lurid flames of rebellion are spreading through the Vatican! Flames jumping, in part, to leave behind former ways and former models of pastoral ways and pastoral missions. Former ways. “To free the past from the present” by heinous Marxist definition.
In terms of Marxist strategy, a type of religious guerrilla warfare proceeds to a war of maneuver and then to attacks on fortified positions. The fortified position is the John Paul II Institute with those professors and students dedicated to John Paul’s Humanae Vitae.
Religious guerrilla warfare? What else could one call it. When the founding president of the John Paul II Institute died and before he was buried, Pope Francis issued a personal document to get rid of the institute.
Will the Liberation Theology ilk retain full control of the Institute when it opens in October? Or will leadership prayerfully spring forth to counter this heinous ideological invasion? Will time be allowed for Liberation Theology to spread to its affiliated campuses around the world?
Malachi Martin knew “The spread of liberation theology is deadly for Catholic faith and dogma.”
Already the changes to the substance of the overrun John Paul II Institute reveal this.
Martin added, “Liberation Theology was (is)) a perfectly faithful exercise of Gramsci’s principles. It could (can) be launched with the corruption of a relatively few well-placed Judas goats. Yet it could be (is) aimed at the culture and the mentality of the masses. It stripped (strips) both of any attachment to the Christian transcendent.
“Swiftly, the linchpins of Vatican and papal control were replaced by the action-oriented demands of the new theology. The most powerful religious orders of the Roman Church – Jesuits, Dominicans, Franciscans, Maryknollers – all committed themselves to Liberatiion Theology.
“In Rome and in the worldwide field of their apostolates, the policies and the actions of these religious orders became the lifeblood of the rising colossus of Liberation Theology.”
Note how the Jesuits are at the top of Martin’s list.
As a result of Liberation Theology, “Traditional principles of education collapsed in Catholic schools, from primary through university levels.” Indeed, Pope Benedict XVI stated 50% in America may be irretrievable. Father Groeschel published a guidebook to the remaining excellent schools. But now the Marxists have collapsed the John Paul II Institute!
“The refusal of Western bishops to insist on obedience of the faithful to Church laws about divorce, abortion, contraception and homosexuality became the norm, not the exception.” And so it is with Liberation Theology Pope Francis! And so it is now with the Marxist revolutionary takeover of the John Paul II Institute.
”Everywhere, in fact,” Martin reveals, “there was a massive lethal thrust, on Antonio Gramsci’s terms, at the Catholic and Christian culture of the West nations.” Indeed, Michael Voris has exposed Gramsci very commendably!
“If John Paul had hoped that in his five papal trips to Latin America, he could put a dent in the
allegiance of his clergy there to Liberation Theology, or that he could recall his bishops and his
religious orders in the region to their vows of obedience, he was disappointed in these hopes.”
From this Liberation Theology environment emerged Pope Francis. Malachi Martin goes on to say that John Paul’s greatest headache among the people of Latin America was “the success of Soviet agencies in developing and popularizing the deceitful Gramscian penetration of Christian doctrine with Marxist Liberation Theology.”
Liberation Theology proclaimed “liberty” to the exploited masses of Latin America. Its spirit gradually spread across the Western world, and now into the very heart of the Vatican to take over the John Paul II Institute.
Speaking to his Liberation Theology clergy at Puebla, Mexico, in January, 1979, Pope John Paul II said, in effect, you cannot free others until you first shake off your own self-imposed shackles of an alien ideology! And when you do, you will see that genuine liberation springs only from the Truth of God!
But instead, in dramatic revolutionary defiance, the vital moral substance of the John Paul II Institute has been “shaken off” and the institute infiltrated and besieged…
Diane Montagna, “Pope Francis and the attempt to destroy the crown jewel of Pope John Paul II’s
legacy.” LifeSiteNews Interview.
Regis Debray, “To Free the Present from the Past,” Revolution in the Revolution? (New York: MR
Gerard Berghoff and Lester DeKoster. Liberation Theology: The Church’s Future Shock. (Grand
Rapids, Michigan: Christian’s Library Press, 1984.)
Malachi Martin. The Keys of This Blood. (New York: Touchstone, 1990.)