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Barroslettergate to Lettergate to Hellgate Pattern leads to Questions: Who is lying? & Why is there No Flat Denial from the Vatican saying: The Pope didn’t say that and doesn’t Believe it?

There is a pattern emerging as one views Barroslettergate being replaced by Lettergate to the newest Pope Francis scandal per month: Hellgate.

Here is Francis's 2018 scandals per month in review:

In Barroslettergate or the Bishop Juan Barros sex abuse cover-up scandal, Francis said he had not received any evidence about the sex abuse case when a member of his inner circle of nine Cardinals and chief adviser on sex abuse personally deliver a letter of evidence to the Pope.

The question that needed to be asked was:

Who is lying?

In Lettergate, when the Letter came out all of the secular media, all of the leftist Catholic media and surprisingly the conservative Catholic media such as Life Site News as well as the traditional Catholic media such as the Remnant went along with the Francis Vatican's disinformation that Pope Benedict XVI was 100 percent behind Francis's failed papacy after reading 11 books on Francis's teachings.

On the day the letter came out the Catholic bloggers and Canon 212 immediately screamed in headlines that it was obviously fake news.

The question that needed to be asked was:

Who is lying?

The next day, the Vatican in a attempt to show that the Letter wasn't fake admitted that Benedict hadn't read the 11 books, after that they admitted to manipulating the photo and finally the great Vatican expert Sandro Magister, through his sources, revealed that there were missing paragraphs which showed Benedict refused to endorse the books and was angry that the 11 books included a heretical theologian who had attacked him and Pope John Paul Il's Vetitatis Splendor.

Now in Hellgate, the question that needs to be asked is:

Who is lying?

Lawyer Christopher Ferrara put it best:

"This is the second time that Pope Francis, according to Scalfari, has professed the “annihilationist” heresy, the first being Scalfari’s interview of Francis in 2015. Even allowing for Scalfari’s self-admitted tendency to publish interviews with the Pope that are reconstructions rather than verbatim transcripts, the question remains: Is this in substance what the Pope said?"

"At this point, only one sort of denial will suffice: An unequivocal statement that Francis wishes it to be known that the words attributed to him by his friend are a total fabrication and that in no way, shape or form did Francis profess that there is no hell and that the souls of the damned are merely annihilated upon death."


"But that is exactly the denial we have not received. Vatican press spokesman Greg Burke instead offered this slithery equivocation (my translation):

'The Holy Father recently received the founder of the daily La Repubblica in a private meeting on the occasion of Easter, without however granting him an interview. What is referred to by the author of today’s article is the fruit of his reconstruction, in which the exact words spoken by the Pope are not cited. No quotations in the aforementioned article should therefore be considered as a faithful transcription of the words of the Holy Father.'”

"This 'denial' is essentially a confirmation that the Pope said something of the kind — the second time he has done so — even if the quotation is not precisely verbatim. There is no flat denial that the Pope believes in annihilationism. As for the claim that Francis had not granted an interview to a journalist who was asking him a series of questions for the fifth time, which is hardly credible, this is at best an implicit admission that Francis said something in private that he did not wish to be made public."[http://www.fatimaperspectives.com/fe/perspective1179.asp"]    


Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.




Comments

Liam Ronan said…
First it was Muhammad Ali and now the 'rope-a-dope' Pope.

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