Friday, March 06, 2020

Would the Medieval French King have "Threatened" Francis "with Burning at the Stake, as a Heretic"?

The Medieval Pope John XXII taught heresy on a relatively minor point on when people received the beatific vision.

The French King Philippe de Valois not being a timid rabbit like Bishop Athanasius Schneider or Cardinal Raymond Burke wasn't afraid to issue a correction against heresy with a warning:

"Philippe de Valois... threatened  John XXII with burning at the stake, as a heretic."
(On History: Introduction to the History (1831),  By Jules Michelet, Page 126)

If King de Valois were alife today would he with a correction have "threatened" Francis for his Communion for adulterers heresy "with burning at the stake, as a heretic"?

Why can't Cardinal Burke follow the French king's example by issuing a correction to Francis for his Communion for adulterers heresy without the "burning at the stake, as a heretic" part?

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of the Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

5 comments:

Alexis Bugnolo said...

Where do you find these pearls!

Kudos!

Ademar said...

JMJ

In a Catholic society, such as King Philippe's was, grave sin was dealt with by means of capital punishment in its three-fold good of Retribution, Reparation, and Deterrence. As a result, Godly societal order was preserved thru the corresponding three-fold result of Justice for the aggrieved, Expiation for the guilty, and Hesitancy of would-be evildoers to commit evil.

In our current luciferian order within society, wherein evil is rewarded and good punished, a massive reset is needed, including generously-applied capital punishment for grave sins. The reset will require Divine intervention, but keeping in mind that God usually uses human instruments for that. Would that Cdl. Burke, Bp. Schneider, and others realize that and act accordingly -- because if the human instruments of Divine intervention refuse to cooperate, He is forced to act in more dramatic, and painful ways to accomplish the reset.

Domina Nostra de Fatima, ora pro nobis!

Red feather said...

Bishop Schneider is a deadbeat shepherd in light of his last missive. We need more like archbishop emeritus Lenga.

Alexis Bugnolo said...

I sent you another very important email just now.

Praypraypray said...

Exactly! “ The reset will require Divine intervention, but keeping in mind that God usually uses human instruments for that...
...if the human instruments of Divine intervention refuse to cooperate, He is forced to act in more dramatic, and painful ways to accomplish the reset.”
So many today, are waiting for God to come down out of the clouds and take care of business! Of course, He could do that. However, I wonder, if that’s supposed to be the only case, WHY does God bother to give us Shepherds!?! Aren’t they supposed to protect the sheep from the wolves who are now raging and trying to take down souls? Don’t the Shepherds believe that they will one day be held accountable for THEIR OWN PART in protecting or not protecting the Church and God’s people. What are they each going to say to God?
Ummm, I was waiting for YOU to do something about it!?!

Did Moses wait for God to come down to do something when he saw the idolaters with the golden calf? No! Of course Not! He threw the tablets down at them. God worked THROUGH Moses, but Moses did what he knew God would want him to do. He didn’t sidestep or blame others or make excuses or rationalize or call a committee together to decide on things. He just did his duty.
Please, pray that the cardinals and bishops will do their duty, and then they can tell God, that they cared enough to take care of His flock.
Thank you for the prayers, which are very much needed, today.