The Jesuits, Their Pope, and the Plan to Fundamentally Change the Roman Catholic Institution

The Jesuit Plan to Change the RC Institution, PDF format

The Jesuit pope Francis I, and the Jesuit Order, are following a careful plan to radically change and reshape the “Church” of Rome: to modernise it and make it more acceptable to the world, even though this necessitates altering or re-interpreting various long-accepted Romish doctrines and practices.

  This is recognised and admitted by well-placed men within the Vatican hierarchy.  One of them is no less a person than Benedict XVI, the so-called “pope emeritus”.  This is why in 2019 he blasted the “temptation” to create a “new Church” as a devilish temptation, and said that the “Church” of Rome must remain faithful to what it has always held and taught.[1]

 Another who sees what the Jesuits are doing is the archbishop, Carlo Maria Viganò.  In 2013 he told Francis that the Jesuit Order in the U.S. had played a key role in secularising influential Roman Catholic universities there, and had frequently been in the forefront of an effort to change Roman Catholic teaching.  He said that if Francis could rein in the Jesuit Order, reform it, and restore it to “orthodoxy”, this would be a great gift to the Roman Catholic institution in the U.S. and worldwide.[2]

  Of course Francis did no such thing and had no intention of doing it.  As a faithful Jesuit himself, he would not oppose the orders of his Jesuit general, the “black pope” who is the real power in the Vatican.  Francis supports the Jesuit plans to the hilt.

The Jesuit Plan Goes Back Centuries and is Now Bearing Fruit

  The Jesuits, while always professing obedience to the pope of the day, have always gone their own way, doing just as they pleased, obeying only their own general.  Their profession of obedience to the pope is merely for public consumption.  They are a law unto themselves.  And they have frequently changed both tactics and direction so as to advance their own vision of what the Roman Catholic institution should be.  What is happening today is merely another such change.  But it is a profound one, with far-reaching implications globally. 

  And this plan, which is now coming to fruition, was hatched centuries ago! 

  Very few realise this, but Viganò does.  In 2019 he said: “Certainly it is a project, if you will, that goes back centuries, in particular, to the creation in the middle of the 1700s of freemasonry.  But of course this project was very deceptive, and oriented, or even included in some way, the forces of some members of the Church.  So this process was able to infiltrate in some way into the Church…. But this process became strikingly evident in modern times.”[3]

  Viganò was correct in believing that the Jesuit plan goes back centuries, and that Freemasonry was involved.  However, what he apparently did not know was that Freemasonry itself was, and is, under Jesuit direction.  True, it infiltrated the “Church” of Rome; but in actual fact the Jesuits themselves brought Masonic notions into the “Church” because they manipulated Masonry.  It is an error to assume, as so many do, that Freemasonry and Roman Catholicism have always been implacable enemies.  It all depends on which Roman Catholics one refers to.  Although some Jesuits were and are under orders to openly fight against Freemasonry, others were and are secretly working with it.  The Jesuits promoted the internationalist/Communist doctrines of Masonry because they controlled them – and they have used these doctrines to great effect in their plans for the world.  Viganò, then, was incorrect in assuming that only “some members of the Church” were involved with Masonry – there were a great many of them, particularly Jesuits.