Who or What Burned down Notre-Dame Cathedral? It Is Too Early to Write off This Disaster as an “Accident”
From: The TRADITIO Fathers
Notre-Dame Cathedral’s High Altar before the April 15, 2019, Fire (Left)
Notre-Dame Cathedral’s High Altar before the April 15, 2019, Fire (Right)
The Pietà Scene of the Traditional High Altar Remained Virtually Unscathed
While the Phony Novus Ordo “Eucharistic Dinner Table” Was Destroyed
Was Providence Trying to Tell the World Something about True Catholicism?
Who or what burned down Notre-Dame Cathedral on April 15, 2019? The Macron government of France was quick to attribute the conflagration, before any investigation had even taken place, to an electrical power short during interior renovations. But welding was not involved because there were no metal supports in the cathedral. Moreover, there was no tinder in the wooden attic, just open space. Independent fire investigators have pointed to other anomalies.
During 2017-2019 dozens of (once) Catholic churches and cemeteries have been vandalized and even destroyed. In the past, French police have focused on groups that hate Christianity: terroristic jihadists, virulently hostile secularist atheists, Satanists, and Antifa. Such a group may be involved in the conflagration. Let’s be honest: before a full and objective investigation is completed, it is too early to write off this disaster as an “accident.”
True Catholics, if Providence played any role here, we should note that although the blasphemous Novus Ordo “eucharistic dinner table” was destroyed, the traditional Catholic high altar, with its beautiful Pietà scene and kneeling statues of Louis XIII and Louis XIV, was spared. Was Providence trying to teach the world something about true Catholicism?
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