Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from April, 2018

Sacrilege Communion: Francis vs. Benedict XVI

Vatican expert Maike Hickson at Onepeterfive reported:

"A possible reason as to why Pope Francis wishes this CDF [Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith] letter [accordingly to Kath.net approved by Francis rejecting the majority of the German bishops move to give Communion to Protestants] to remain unpublished is that he is not happy with it."

"... it was Pope Francis himself who... in 2015... opened up to the idea that a Protestant spouse could... [receive] Holy Communion... One well-informed clerical source therefore told Onepeterfive that this move was coming "from the very top in Rome [Francis]."
(Onepeterfive.com," A Crucial Moment For the Church: Intercommunion Debate in Rome in May," April 30, 2018)

Vatican expert Edward Pentin revealed:

""The Register understands from reliable and authoritative sources that Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has given his full support to the seven [German] bishops and their letter to the Vatican [CDF w…

Is Pope Francis a Practical Atheist?

The Catholic News Agency headline on December 7, 2013 at the beginning of the pontificate of Pope Francis summarized his talk that day and his whole papacy:

"Pope: Neglect of human dignity causes 'practical atheism'"

Pope John Paul II in a General Audience on April 1999 said:

"The contemporary era has devastating forms of 'theoretical' and 'practical' atheism. Secularism... with its indifference to ultimate questions and... the transcendent." (Vatican.va>hf_jp_ii_ 14041999)

Francis's primary focus on only earthly human dignity, it appears, could be a form of practical atheism or secularism.

The Pope rarely focuses on "ultimate questions and... the transcendent" such as heaven and hell as well as the Last Judgement, but almost always on non-ultimate/transcendent issues that tend to bring leftist pro-abortion politicians into power such as radical environmental issues, leftist economic policies and unlimited immigration.

This…

The Evidence that Pope Francis is a Modernist Heretic

At the Irving Convention Center in Texas on 2013, Pope Francis's closest adviser and collaborator Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga apparently declared himself a Modernist or at the very least at a Neo-Modernist and appeared to claim that Modernism to some extent was Francis's agenda and the "dreams of 'the next Pope":

"The Second Vatican Council... meant an end to the hostilities between the Church and Modernism... Modernism was, most of the time, a reaction against injustices and abuses that disparaged the dignity and rights of the person."
(Whispers in the Loggia Website, "The Council's  'Unfinished Business,' The Church's 'Return to Jesus"... and Dreams of "The Next Pope" - A Southern Weekend with Francis' 'Discovery Channel,'" October 28, 2013)

Is Francis a Modernist?

Francis's close longtime theological advisor Fr. Juan Carlos Scannone said there is "significant coincidence" …

Why Pope Francis's Gaudete et Exsultate won't make you Holy, but could help you lose your Salvation?

Pope Francis's document Gaudete et Exsultate, which is supposed to be a call to holiness, has a lot of flowery religious Catholic language and even mentions prayer.

This is why Dan Hitchens in First Things says of the document "there is an orthodox interpretation," but then writes:

"But there is a different interpretation: that when someone says 'The Church teaches that X is intrinsically wrong,' he is probably a bit of a Pharisee. The history of Amoris Laetitia suggests that more expansive interpretation often gains the upper hand." (First Things, "An Ambiguous Exhortation," 4-12-18)

Hitchens suggests that this papal document is mocking those Catholics who believe and teach the infallible moral doctrines of Divine Revelation.

Obviously if one knowingly rejects Divine Revelation, one rejects God and loses his salvation.

But there is another reason why Gaudete et Exsultate will not make you holy and could help you lose your salvation.

St. Augu…

In Sex Abuse Pope Francis admitted "I made Serious Mistakes... due to lack of Truthful and Balanced Information," now he must admit Serious Mistakes" in Amoris Laetitia or he will be called the WORST POPE IN HISTORY

In the Bishop Juan Barros sex abuse case, Pope Francis admitted he made serious errors because of his inner circle, the famous "magic circle," gave him false and unbalanced information. He said:

"I made serious mistakes... due to lack of truthful and balanced information."

Vatican expert Robert Royal said to EWTN's Raymond Arroyo that the information came from the "magic circle" or inner circle that advises him.

Francis now has to admit that he "made serious mistakes... due to lack of truthful and balanced information" from his inner circle in his Amoris Laetitia.

If the Pope thought he couldn't endure the push back on the Barros sex abuse case and he thinks that the push back on Amoris Laetitia will not increasingly get greater, he is seriously getting a "lack of truthful and balanced" information from his "magic circle" if he thinks all faithful Catholics will not increasingly opposed him for the rest of his life.

Pope Francis, Soros, Gaudete et Exsultate and the Push to make Killing the Unborn Babies Last "for at Least a Generation" according to Chuck Norris

Does George Soros's money, to some extent, move the agenda of Pope Francis's Rome as well as the Democrats in Washington and is he now attempting to control Texas?

Ganesh Sahathevan is a Fellow at the (American Center for Democracy) ACD’s Economic Warfare Institute said Pope Francis's closest collaborator has "an illegal slush fund financed by George Soro":

"Cardinal Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga, the so-called "Vice Pope" given his close association with Pope Francis, has refused to answer questions concerning his work with a number of NGOs funded by billionaire George Soros. Cardinal Oscar has also refused to answer queries concerning any funding he, or entities associated with him, may have received from Soros..."

"... It does appear as if the "Vice Pope" is on some campaign to change the Vatican from within, and that he is doing so with what amounts to an illegal slush fund financed by George Soros." (realpolitikasia.blogspo…

Stupid Betrayal: Trump turns into Hillary threatens World War III with Russia so he can get Impeached

In the campaign, Donald Trump said elect me because:

"Hillary wants to start a shooting war in Syria in a conflict with nuclear-armed Russia which could lead to World War III."

All the leading Democrats are 100 percent on board with starting a possible World War III by attacking Syria.

The only ones against the possible beginning of a nuclear war are the conservatives who elected Trump and his only base against his being impeached by his new warmongering Democrat allies.

It is a stupid betrayal for Trump turned into Hillary.

Maybe he wants to start World War III.

Maybe he wants to be impeached.

Say an Our Father now that Trump doesn't start World War III.




Even Cdl. Bernardin & Vatican II Condemn Pope Francis and Gaudete et Exsultate

Cardinal Joseph Bernardin in 1988 said:

"[S]ome people on the left.. don't hold anyone's feet to the fire on abortion. That is a misuse of consistent ethic, and I deplore it." (Catholic World Report, "The Consistent-and Not So Seamless-Ethic of Life," August 13, 2015)

Even the least pro-life American Cardinal of the 1980's, Bernardin, would "deplore" Francis's celebrating abortion promoters and politicians as well as his Vatican giving them papal awards despite the Pope's lip service to being against abortion.

The teachings of Pope John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI and even Vatican II, also, deplore Gaudete et Exsultate.

Francis's making abortion (an intrinsic evil that is always wrong according the two previous pontificates and 20 centuries of Church teaching) equivalent to immigration (a prudential matter that is the responsibility of the laity according to the two previous pontificates) obviously contradicts the two previous pope…

Pope Francis's "could almost be a Atheistic Document" still doesn't Reaffirm Existence of Hell

Reuter and the leftist Catholic media are really excited because Pope Francis in the Apostlic Exhortation "Gaudete et Exsultate" mentions the devil "over a dozen" time.

In their minds this proves somehow that Francis is explicitly reaffirming that he believes in the existence of hell. (Reuter, "After 'no hell's report, Pope give the devil his due," April 9, 2018)

The Pope may believe that there is no hell as his atheist friend Eugenio Scalfari reported him saying, therefore the devils may be on the earth or even in heaven and not in hell which doesn't exist accordingly to the words attributed to him.

Remember that Francis thinks heaven is inviting many atheists over those rigid Catholics who believe in Jesus's words about adulterous sexual acts being intrinsically evil as Pope John Paul Il reaffirmed and taught.

Maybe Heaven is not only inviting many atheists, but many devils, too.

That the Pope may believe this is not that far-fetched. T…

Pope Francis Supporters who Oppose Cld. Zen and want to "Annihilate" the Chinese Church are Laughing Stocks yet Sinister

Cardinal Joseph Zen, Emeritus Bishop of Hong Kong, told EWTN'S Raymond Arroyo what the Chinese communist regime will do to the underground Church:

“They will be allowed to function like underground bishops?” he asked. “Surely not. They are bringing them into the cage! That’s terrible. They are going to annihilate the underground Church.”

Arroyo asked the Cardinal’s opinion on Bishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo’s statement that the Chinese communist regime best realize the social doctrine of the Catholic Church:

“Please leave him in peace. We don’t have to waste time to talk about that… That made everybody laugh, okay? It’s a good laugh,” Zen replied

Many of Francis's inner circle who oppose Zen like Sorondo are laughing stocks while others have little experience of contemporary China yet accuse the Cardinal of not knowing China. Catholic News Agency on the Catholic World Report reported:

"Against his detractors, who have said the cardinal has little experience of contemporar…