Feast of St. Francis of Assisi
Our Lord revealed to this 'seraphic' Saint of Assisi that He would restore the Church on him - why the Church, in the lessons of her Divine Office today, inculcates with this great Saint: "Blessed is the... man who is found without blemish: who hath not gone after gold, nor put his trust in money nor in treasures" (Ecclus. 31.8-9).
Traditionally, to those adult converts who come to the Baptismal font that they live in league with Christ Crucified the Church exhorts them:
1) against paganism - "HORRESCE idola, respue simulacra..." ("ABHOR idols and reject their images.")
2) against Talmudic Jewry of the "Synagogue of Satan" - "HORRESCE Judaicam perfidiam, respue Hebraicam superstitionem" ("ABHOR Jewish perfidy, renounce the Hebrew superstition.")
3) against Mohammedanism or Islam - "HORRESCE Mahumeticam perfidiam, respue pravam sectam infidelitatis" ("ABHOR Mohammedan perfidy, renounce THIS EVIL and FAITHLESS sect").
4) against 'Bible-only' Protestantism - "HORRESCE haeriticam pravitatem, respue nefarias sectas impiorum N." ("ABHOR the evil of heresy, renounce the infamous sect of ...").
No, the Church has not changed; it appears only to have been eclipsed by the "New 'Catholic' disOrder" of Vatican II (see St. Augustine @ "The Great Tribulation") - the "pseudo-Church" of infiltrated revolutionaries (see "The Year 1929") possessing and instrumentalizing our institutions : the Apocalyptic great harlot "in purple and scarlet" (17.4). "Woe is me, wherefore was I born to see the ruin of my people, and the ruin of the holy city, and to dwell there, when it is given into the hands of the enemies? The holy places are come into the hands of strangers" (1 Mach. 2.7-8).
"What fellowship hath light with darkness? And what concord hath Christ with Belial? Or what part hath the Catholic faithful with the unbeliever?" (2 Cor. 6.14-15)