Most are Damned

Only true stay-at-Catholics are eligible—at best–for Salvation

And, few are the number of those TRUE Catholics who are saved.  None of those who are false Catholics will be saved.  Impossible.

Pope Eugene IV in 1441 A.D. spoke Ex-Cathedra Dogma when he said: “The most Holy Roman Church believes, professes, and proclaims that those not living within the Catholic Church, not only pagans, but also Jews and heretics and schismatics cannot become participants in eternal life, but will depart” into everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels” (Matt. 25:21), unless before the end of life the same has been added to the flock.” (Cantata Domino) Council of Florence.

What this means is that those who offend Christ by participating in the non-Catholic worship of false masses—which are the only kind in the world today–may appear to be Catholic and even believe they are Catholic, but they are not; and they cannot go to heaven.

Only true Catholics are eligible for salvation.  And no other people are able to go to heaven today, since the Church’s most fundamental dogma informs us that there is no salvation outside the true Catholic church.  God does not simply give people a pass on Catholic membership because a person thinks they comply with the requirements of membership.  They are either in or they are out.  If you want to live forever in heaven with God, this should be the most important question in your mind to get right.

The true Catholic church today resides only in the small number of those who still hold fast to Catholic traditions (which are necessary for salvation), and who reject false “masses”, which are the only ones that can be found today in the world anymore.  See my videos for more on this.  But it is a fact, well supported and long-taught by our holy fathers in the faith.

Note: those who believe that invincible ignorance saves a person is a heretic and cannot go to heaven.  Of the two peas in the pod God put together for Catholic membership along with baptism, is the faith. If one does not hold and profess the Catholic faith, he CANNOT go to heaven.  (See more in our section on heresies). Those who believe person who does not have the Catholic faith can go to heaven, is him or herself NOT a Catholic, and cannot be saved unless they join the Church.

Only a few true stay-at-home Catholics will be saved

Considering that most “Catholics” in the world today are not true Catholics, the following passages by Jesus and our blessed saints would be referring to the small remnant of true Catholics who do NOT attend any masses, since all are said by heretics outside the catholic house; these are the few true Catholics who are alive in the world today are who will come in the days ahead.

One effect we hope will result from the sharing of this message is to contain the pride of the small remnant of true non- “mass”-going Catholics who are running the good race. 

All true Catholics possess is a small chance of making it to heaven, that is all.

You, true Catholic, stand a chance of going to heaven.  You are eligible for it, shall we say.  But nothing more is guaranteed.  You have the rest of your life to be made worthy of it, and God will use every moment of it until your final breath to see how you will use it toward that purpose.

If we do not make anything else clear in this message than this one, then we will have achieved our goal. 

Pious souls enter in and do their best to remain in the true Catholic Church’s fold.  Others get caught up in arguing about whether it is necessary to be Catholic, what uncertain doctrine must be embraced, or whether one must avoid the pagan masses of the local diocesan parish or some Latin “mass” man; and what all of the possible conditions might be for one to still be eligible for salvation.

But these souls are much farther from the gate of heaven and may never find it; what a pity in the end it is to see that their surmising’s are all for naught.

VERY Few Are Saved, plain & simple

First let us consult the theologians recognized as examining things most carefully and as not exaggerating in their teaching: let us listen to two learned cardinals, Cajetan and Bellarmine.

They teach that the greater number of true Catholic adults are damned.  If you read Preparation for Death by St. Alphonsus you would be convinced of it yourselves.

But I will limit myself here to quoting Suarez, the greatest Thomistic theologian next to St. Thomas. After consulting all the theologians and making a diligent study of the matter, he wrote, “The most common sentiment which is held is that, among Catholics, there are more damned souls than predestined souls.”

Saint Anselm declared over and over again to his flock, “There are few who are saved.”

Saint Augustine told his hearers even more clearly, “Therefore, few are saved in comparison to those who are damned.”

What he was telling them is that most people are damned.  Imagine being a good Catholic in his day and hearing that among the all the good and better Catholics among you, most will be damned.  Believe me, those Catholics in the 400’s were pretty darn good, compared to even true stay-at-home Catholics today. He didn’t live long after the 1000’s of Catholics who were martyred in the coliseum.

Why should you think you will be saved?

Take your closest group of friends and family, and understand that at least most of them are damned.  Maybe all of them.

Why should you think you’re not included?  What have you done to merit salvation?  Are you sure you’re Catholic to begin with?  This is not meant to be a rhetorical question for you to simply and quickly pass over; not if you desire not to take your life into your own hands, your eternal life that is.

Our Church teaches we must work out our salvation with fear and trembling.

Jesus Himself informed us that Few Are Saved

Jesus said in Luke 13:23-24, ‘Lord, are they few that are saved? But he said to them: Strive to enter by the narrow gate; for many, I say to you, shall seek to enter, and shall not be able.’

Jesus the Merciful One Himself told us many shall not be able to enter heaven.  The opposite of many is few.  That means He is saying that few will be able to enter heaven.

Again Mark 20:16, he said, ‘For many are called, but few chosen.’

How bad is Hell?

St. Alphonsus wrote Meditations on the Four Last Things.  In it he shares the following harsh warnings: “The reprobate shall be likewise tormented by the stench which pervades hell. The stench shall arise from the very bodies of the damned…Out of their carcasses shall arise a stink. The bodies of the damned are called carcasses, not because they are dead (for they are living, and shall be forever alive to pain), but on account of the stench which they exhale. Would it not be very painful to be shut up in a close room with a fetid corpse?”

Don’t think I am out of place to be writing on this subject, dear soul.  More of us should be doing it out of charity to help open the eyes of the many destined to hell, unless they change their ways.

Jesus said Few will even Find the way that leads to Heaven.

Jesus said in Matthew 7:13-14,  ‘Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat. How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it!’

Jesus himself said that few will find the way to eternal life.  The all-merciful Jesus said this to his disciples.  Who among us dare differ with him.  Who?  Jesus said not only is it a few who will enter through the gate, but just a few will even be able to find it.

Those in the Novus ordo and Latin “mass” going groups surely have not yet found the way that leadeth to life.  Therefore, they will not have eternal life and be able to enter the gate, unless they do find it.  They will find it only by doing what is required to enter the true Catholic Church, which is explained on this website.

Why is this message important?

What is the use of knowing whether few or many are saved? Saint Peter says to us, “Strive by good works to make your election sure.” When Saint Thomas Aquinas’s sister asked him what she must do to go to heaven, he said, “You will be saved if you want to be.”

Dear soul, pray to God and Mary that they give you a sincere desire to know the truth.  Unless you are a true Catholic already, this is the greatest prayer and only true one you can make.


Just a point to conclude on:  St. Thomas says to sin no more.  Why have I shared this?  Because this teaching of our holy Catholic Church is not very well-known today, but knowledge of it will tell you very much about what should be the most important thing in your life.

Salvation is something that only a few good, true and holy Catholics have been able to obtain. It will not be as easy as you might think.  And it is certainly not very secure.  It will take perseverance until the very end of your life.  There is much that is expected of us if we want to attain it.

What that is must be sought after and pursued with all the eagerness you can muster for it.  For, now is the day of salvation. (2Corinthians 6:2).  Confess your sins, do penance and amend your life.  And, sin no more.

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