The Power and Influence of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines

“The Philippines was dilapidated, looted and now an impoverished nation because of the conspiracies made by some elite peoples, priests and nuns that are controlled by the Jesuits. Today, political crisis & intrigues, social agitations, street marches-protests-rallies, and rebellions are very common in the Republic of the Philippines. These arenas are the expertise of the Jesuit Order.”

There are people who blame the Jews for the world’s problems. In Catholic countries like Spain, anticlericals blame the Catholic Church for the country’s problems. When I lived in Spain, it was in particular the Jesuits to whom all problems were attributed. Was the streetcar service in Madrid bad? Blame the Jesuits!! Actually,I found out later that the Jesuits did own the Madrid street car system. This Jesuitphobis is an old story;I take it up in one of my studies of the well known writer

I’m very proud to my countrymen like Bienvenido Macario. He’s telling the truth that the Achdiocese Of Manila is one of the richest in the world, whereas the majority of my Filipino countrymen are living in poverty, despair and sufferring. The invincible enemies of the Philippines was already revealed to my mind and my heart. The JESUIT ORDER & THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH ARE THE CULPRITS, and I tagged them as the “CENTRAL CONSPIRACY FORCE IN THE PHILIPPINES”, unknown to millions of Filipinos even to many of our highly intellectual government officials and politicians.

There are indeed Roman Catholic Nuns who are activists. Sometimes you can see them on ABS-CBN / GMA-7 national television news marching and shouting in the streets, together with different groups or organized demonstrators like “Protest & Rallies”, shouting anti-government and even anti-American. A Roman Catholic Church Nun (Mother Deolindes) knows about Liberation Theology but is very cautious iabout implementong it. Even the University Of Santo Thomas (UST) Seminarians hesitate to implement it. However, Dr. Agnes Brazal (a teacher of the Maryhill School of Theology), Father Bernard Teneza and . Jerome Montemayor wish to implement it.

"The Achdiocese Of Manila is one of the richest in the world, yet majority of my Filipino countrymen are living in poverty."

 

Many historians and writers mention that Liberation Theology eliminated from the Vatican Council in Rome. Many ideologists supported this theology. Surprisingly, there are some members of the Society Of Jesus who wrote about Liberation Theology, which sprung-out tremendously in some South Amercian countries particularly Brazil . Liberation Theology is a mixture of Marxism or Communism ideology. This led to the establishment of the CPP NPA – Communist Party Of The Philippines / New Peoples Army (Mao Tse Tung’s style of communist ideology) by Jose Maria Sison. Later Father Luis Jalandoni established NDF (National Democratic Front). Both Sison & Jalandoni are now in Netherlands. This liberation theology was also absorbed by the late Father Balweg in Cordillera Mountain.

Shocking testimonies from the late Dr. Rivera (a former Jesuit priest) during their secret ceremonies “Black Mass” that the Jesuit General Pedro Arrupe wears a ring symbolizing that the Jesuit General himself is the Supreme Leader of communism in the world. The Jesuit Order also supported the Bolshevik Revolution. Manny hidden historical writings that the Federal Reserve financed the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia via Council Of Foreign Relations. The very reason, Jesuit Father Edmund A. Walsh was present in Russia busy woking catholic church properties affected by the Bolshevik Revolution. President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo graduated from the Edmund Walsh School Of Foreign Service at Georgetown Univesity in Washington, D.C. and classmate of former US President Bill Clinton. Suprisingly, Jesuit Father Romeo Intengan is the secret spiritual advisor of President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo. And that Fr. Romeo Intengan, S.J. is the Jesuit Provincial Head directly reporting to the Jesuit General Peter Hans-Kolvenbach.

The Catholic Bishops Conference of The Philippines (CBCP) headed by Archbishop Fernando Capalla has direct control or even direct supervision of the Philippine Jesuit Foundation. These are separate entities although under the umbrella of the Roman Catholic Church. The CBCP is conservative while the Jesuit Foundation is liberal. Former senator Ninoy Aquino who was assassinated and Jesuit Father Romeo Intengan were both imprisoned during the Marcos regime. Suprisingly, Fr. Romeo Intengan, one of the founders of the Partido Demokratiko-Sosyalista Ng Pilipinas of which Ninoy Aquino is a member, together with Norberto Gonzales, are Ateneans (Jesuit Ateneo de Manila). Ninoy Aquino is the husband of Cory Aquino, who become president and was very close to the late Archbishop of Manila Jaime Cardinal Sin. Norberto Gonzales is now President Arroyo’s National Security Secretary. Jaime Cardinal Sin owned the San Juan De Dios Hospital in Pasay City on the heart of Manila, where you will find Jaime Cardinal Sin Building.

It was former president Cory Aquino who allowed Bishop Teodoro Bacani, Sister Christene Tan and Fr. Joaquin Bernas (Jesuit Priest Of Ateneo as Constitutionalist) to participate in the amendments of our beloved 1987 Philippine Constitution. I thought that there was a separation of church and state.

Professor Francisco Ramirez (a proud Filipino) is indeed correct. The Univesity Of Santo Thomas (UST) is owned by the Dominican Order. UST is called “PAPAL UNIVERSITY IN THE PHILIPPINES”. However, the Ateneo de Manila is owned by the Jesuit Order. When Pope Clement XIV issued a Papal Bull in 1773 abolishing the Jesuit Order, the Ateneo de Manila was temporarily suspended. Pope Clement XIV was assassinated by the Jesuits using a”Poison Cup” and many Dominican friars in France were killed by the Jacobins for siding with Pope Clement XIV. When the Jesuit Order was re-established, the Ateneo de Manila was again back in normal operation. The Dominicans will not touch again the properties of the Jesuit Order.
It is believed that the Loyola Memorial Park Cemetery in the Philippines is owned by the Catholic Church. A cemetery only for rich and famous filipino families.

The Jesuit Order is the real order that controls the Freemasons Secret Society. This is the reason Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo’s campaignwas supported by the Masonic Lodges Of The Philippines. The former Philipine National Police (PNP) Director-General (Gen. Hermogenes Ebdane is a Masonic Master). Now the present PNP Dir. Gen. Aturo Lomibao & PNP NCR Chief Gen. Vidal Querol are also members of Masonic Lodges together with Ebdane. The Gloria-Gate Scandal “Wire-Tapped Tele-Conversation” between Comelec Commissioner Virgilio Garcillano and Pres. Arroyo was tapped by the ISAFP – Intelligence Service Armed Forces Of The Philippines. Former National Bureau Of Investigation (NBI) official Atty. Samuel Ong kept the alledge mother of all tapes. Atty. Ong together with ISAFP Sgt. Doble found safe haven at the San Carlos Seminarista in Gudalupe, Makati City. There, Atty. Samuel Ong handed over the mother of all tape to Roman Catholic Bishop Teodoro Bacani. While Father Robert Reyes is standing in vigil outside the gate of the San Carlos Seminarista and the PNP Policemen can’t enter.This shows how powerful the Catholic Church is in the Philippines.

Bobby Limeta (Historian)


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5 comments on “The Power and Influence of the Roman Catholic Church in the Philippines

  1. I would like to read more of your research. What you’ve write is very interesting but nobody seems to broadcast or publish it. Please send me an email.

    Victor

    • nice ideas. but are not so factual. What you have written is more of a Historical fiction, like that of the da vinci code. Please do consider this honest comment. 🙂

  2. Please check your facts. Ateneo de Manila had never been established before the expulsion of the Jesuits in the Philippines. The school was founded upon the return of the Jesuits. I presume that the other information herein are fallacious. Nice try though!

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