February 17, 2015
A Dissenter's Reply to More Praise of Popular 'Pope' Francis
Response to His Eminence Cardinal Donald Wuerl
Huff Post – Pope Francis Slams 'Prejudiced Mentality' of Doctrinal Legalists
A Post from Antonio Socci's Website
Using Saint Peter to Excuse All Acts
A Dissenter's Reply to Yet More Praise of Popular 'Pope' Francis
by Paul Joseph C.
On February 12, 2015 Cardinal Donald Wuerl posted a blog article titled 'The Pope, Touchstone of Faith and Unity' which discusses those who find themselves in disagreement with 'Pope' Francis and his choices, labeling them as 'dissenters'.
This post was apparently inspired by Cardinal Raymond Burke's recent France 2 interview in which, upon being asked what he would do 'if Pope Francis insists on this path' (allowing communion to be given to a person who is living in an irregular union), he replied "I will resist. I cannot do anything else. There is no doubt that this is a difficult time. This is clear…this is clear."
Cardinal Wuerl's article primarily argues that opposition to a Pope is nothing new under the sun as it has been witnessed throughout all recent papacies, concluding that such phenomenon "comes with the territory". The short reply below does not attempt to refute his argument but to rather focus on Cardinal Wuerl's introductory paragraphs praising 'pope' Francis, seeking to remind us of a reality far bigger than Church politics and of more importance than just another "we've seen this all before" diatribe. Initially posted on the Cardinal's blog as a comment, it disappeared yesterday as we had correctly predicted based on an understandable reaction to the clarity of its content which, solely limited to the analysis of just the initial part of Wuerl's article, attempts to recall the very basics of a few lessons taught by Jesus Christ Himself.
A Response to His Eminence Cardinal Donald Wuerl
As a poor child walking along the path in this earthy exile, I desire to express my disappointment and discouraging sense of Christlessness that envelops this most questionable papacy. I would like to quote the first paragraph of your post:
"Early Sunday morning I watched our Holy Father, Pope Francis, give his Angelus talk – the comments he shares before praying the Angelus with the huge crowd – tens of thousands – gathered in Saint Peter’s Square each Sunday. Here, this enormously popular and revered successor to Peter spoke about the tenderness of Jesus, his loving compassion and at the same time our need to be caring and compassionate to our fellow human beings. The Holy Father clearly is admired not only by the crowds in Saint Peter’s Square but by people around the world. But apparently that admiration is not shared by all."
What is wrong with the scenario you have advertized within these words, your Eminence? Where is the propagandizing counter-Gospel message to be found in your thoughts?
I would advance the simple suggestion to re-read what you have written in what seems to be an amnesiac moment during which the Words of the True King, Our Lord Jesus Christ, were somehow buried by some sad popularity statistics so common of our world today.
Remember when the Son of God Said:
"If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you. If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. Remember the Word that I said to you, 'A servant is not greater than his master.' If they persecuted Me, they will also persecute you. If they kept My word, they will keep yours also." ~ John 15:18-20
Let us also recall the following words:
"Unfaithful creatures! Do you not know that friendship with the world is enmity with God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God." ~ James 4:4
The world hated Jesus Christ.
Jesus Christ Was rejected by the world.
Our Lord Jesus Christ Left this world by being nailed onto a cross.
And how many were those who stayed with Our Lord until His very Death? Five? Maybe six?
Two thousand and fifteen years later, what the Master Stated behind a question seems to come true:
"However, when the Son of Man comes, will He find faith on the earth?" ~ Luke 18:8
Since when is the righteousness of a man measured by that man's popularity in this world? Since when do we applaud the successes of men for their having reached the approval of both the believers and the non-believers? Since when this politically correct compassion is perceived, by those who worship the Truth, as holy and not for what it truly is – sheer hypocrisy?
Have we not learned yet that if this world loves us, then we are not with the One Who Was hated by it? And if this must apply to the common, unknown Christian, how much more should it be revealed in the Vicar of Our Lord Himself?
Do you truly believe that Jesus Christ would approve of a man who "clearly is admired not only by the crowds in Saint Peter’s Square but by people around the world" as you stated? Rest assured, your Eminence, that the True Word of the True God cannot be – and never will be – rendering "enormously popular and revered a successor to Peter", for such is not possible in this world. The world hates the Truth to the point of having crucified It, no matter how faithful Judas Iscariot was to His Master during that three year Salvifical Mission which built the miracle of this Holy Apostolic Church.
Dissent is rather coming from the ones who are betraying the very Mystical Body they are trying to destroy in the same manner those high priests did when condemning the Savior they were blind to. And those dissenters were handed the Most Blessed Prisoner by the very hands of that same Bishop named Judas Iscariot: the ultimate dissenter.
It is with a proclamation of faith that I remain attached to the Body of Christ and under the true Pope, Benedict XVI. And it is with great joy that I recognize the truth in what a blessed Cardinal such as Raymond Burke defends as the True Teachings of God.
But I will not recognize Jorge Mario Bergoglio as the Vicar of Jesus Christ, for he represents all that is antagonistic towards the Word Made Flesh.
God Bless you +++
Paul Joseph C.
Pope Francis Slams 'Prejudiced Mentality' Of Doctrinal Legalists
On the same day, Sunday February 15, Jorge Mario Bergoglio said that "the Roman Catholic Church must be open and welcoming, whatever the costs", according to the Huff Post (one of his greatest promoters in the world media). We want you to truly digest the autocratic tone used in what the pope declared when saying "the Church MUST BE open and welcoming, WHATEVER THE COSTS". We, the so-called "Pharisees" guilty of protecting what the Lord Founded, are well aware of the implied message behind words such as "open" and "welcoming".
The article continues by stating "He also warned the hierarchy not to be 'a closed caste' but to lead in reaching out to all who are rejected by society and the church. 'There are two ways of thinking and of having faith: we can fear to lose the saved and we can want to save the lost' Francis told hundreds of cardinals and bishops arrayed before him in St. Peter’s Basilica at a Mass centered on the story of Jesus healing a leper rather than rejecting him. 'Even today it can happen that we stand at the crossroads of these two ways of thinking,' the pope said as he outlined the current debate in the church between those seen as doctrinal legalists and those, like Francis, who want a more pastoral approach".
In these lines we can easily observe the typical bergoglian speculative strategy of capitalizing on Jesus Christ's compassion and miracles for a purpose most contrary to Christ's teachings. Although this subversive trap may remain concealed to the deaf ears of this vicar's worshipers, the simplest rules deriving from logic and basic knowledge of Scriptures dictates our reason to detect his objective of splitting the Church in two parts: on one side are found those who fear to lose the saved, and on the other those who want to save the lost. It goes without saying that those who hold on to God's Laws – the "doctrinal legalists" – are the fearful traditionalists who do not want to save the lost in a cold-hearted manner, presenting a battle between the rigidity of the law and the flexibility of love and compassion. This constant rejection of the law from the one who is supposed to be its very protector is, in itself, a denial of Truth as it divides law from love. These are some of Christ's words which Bergoglio is battling against:
"And then will I declare to them, ‘I never knew you; depart from me, you workers of lawlessness"
"If you keep my commandments, you will abide in my love, just as I have kept my Father's commandments and abide in his love"
"So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets."
The article proceeds with the following paragraph: "Jesus responds immediately to the leper’s plea, without waiting to study the situation and all its possible consequences," Francis declared. "For Jesus, what matters above all is reaching out to save those far off, healing the wounds of the sick, restoring everyone to God’s family. And this is scandalous to some people!"
The alchemist of the Church seems to, once again, reduce Christ to a mere human deprived of His Divine Essence when stating that "Jesus responds immediately…without waiting to study the situation". We never thought of Jesus Christ as a person in need of studying a situation, for all that exists was made through Him. How would the Transfigured One, the Resurrected One, and the Redeeming One be in need of analyzing the details of a situation infinitely smaller than His Own inconceivable mind? The gravity of such bizarre thought is not only to be found in the demeanor of the message just mentioned, but also in the advising others to not deeply reflect and discern the situation and its possible consequences, almost as if trying to reach his goal as quickly as possible. By making an erroneous comparison between the common mortal and the God Made Man, it would seem as if he expects human beings to retain the same perfect virtues of the Lord in not needing to reflect on a specific issue and to instantly possess full and correct knowledge of the same with its following infallible solution. No matter if in the first analysis Christ Jesus Was reduced to a mere human being or if in this last one human beings are elevated to God status, pope Francis equalizes us to the only begotten Son of the Father.
The article continues: "Jesus is not afraid of this kind of scandal," the pontiff continued. "He does not think of the close-minded who are scandalized even by a work of healing, scandalized before any kind of openness, by any action outside of their mental and spiritual boxes, by any caress or sign of tenderness which does not fit into their usual thinking and their ritual purity." As he has been doing since the beginning of his tyrannical governance, the Katholik dictator begins to create a senseless war between Jesus Christ and His true faithful servants by comparing himself to Christ. Almost in a Napoleonic manner , Bergoglio dares to share with us his megalomaniac self-elevation to a new Christ figure whose new theology of revolution and liberation the doctors of the old Christian law have been shockingly resisting, rendering them the antagonistic, self-righteous, close-minded, uncaring and selfish obstacles to peace. What is incredibly revealing is that the list given is nothing less than the projection of the same complainer's negative traits on to the members of the clergy he is so quickly molding, trimming, and replacing at his own will.
By continuing to operate in this fashion, the rebellious incarnation of the number 13 (a number representative of rebellion to God) seems unstoppable in his plot to emphasize only the false luminous virtues of himself and to further demonize the Catholic Church in the eyes of those who always resented it: the people he seems to, instead, love and respect above all those who love the TRUE Word of God. These are the individuals he invites not to Christ, but to himself. These are the deniers of the Truth he never accused of any faults in the way he does with the traditionalists he so despises.
We ask ourselves what is there to despise in those who desire to keep the Church Teachings and traditions the way they were established by our forefathers, beginning from Our Lord Jesus Christ? How is Bergoglio getting away with this blatant attack on all that the Church stands for?
The Huff Post Katholik Gestapo propaganda continues on by stating that "since his election almost two years ago, Francis has pushed the church to focus less on denouncing the sins of others — especially on issues of sexual morality — and to instead to reach out more to the poor and social outcasts. He also wants the church, especially the leadership, to reform itself, and he has convened a series of high-level summits at the Vatican to discuss overhauling the Vatican bureaucracy and changing church practices to, for example, enable divorced and remarried Catholics to receive Communion. But there was a sense at meetings in the Vatican over the past week that the momentum for change may be slowing — in part due to resistance from doctrinal conservatives and the Vatican’s old guard — and could use a jump-start.
Francis seemed to provide such a jolt on Sunday in remarks that were 'truly foundational,' in the words of the Rev. Antonio Spadaro, an Italian Jesuit who is close to the pope. *The Rev. Thomas Rosica, a Canadian priest who works with the Vatican communications office, tweeted that "more than anything I’ve heard from (the pope) today’s homily is his mission statement". Throughout his 15-minute homily, Francis repeatedly slammed the 'narrow and prejudiced mentality' of believers who cling to religious laws out of fear. They wind up rejecting the very people they should be ministering to, he said, which means anyone on the margins of society 'who encounters discrimination. Total openness to serving others is our hallmark, it alone is our title of honor!' Francis said at the Mass to mark his appointment of 20 new cardinals on Saturday. 'We will not find the Lord unless we truly accept the marginalized!' he concluded. 'Truly the Gospel of the marginalized is where our credibility is at stake, where it is found, and where it is revealed'".
*Note written 0n 2-21-2015: Fr. Thomas Rosica is currently threatening to sue David Domet, editor at the Catholic blog Vox Cantoris, for merely advancing a criticism towards the Katholik Gestapo's priest's position in relation to that devastatingly destructive weapon that is the upcoming synod. This intimidatory tactic is a first: a new technique of the Bergoglian regime under which we must all bow in worship of the beast. And in this case, for the word 'beast', we mean the political correctness masked as a most hypocritical form of compassion and of masonic fraternity. We wanted to insert this note due to the fact that this unfortunate episode was made public just one day after the publishing of our article on February 17, 2015 containing the name of Rosica.
1) "Since his election almost two years ago, Francis has pushed the church to focus less on denouncing the sins of others — especially on issues of sexual morality — and to instead reach out more to the poor and social outcasts".
This is an absolute warped portrait of a non-existent Church. The Catholic Church does not judge the "sins of others" for the Church is made out of sinners who voluntarily desire to confess their own sins. How can a body made out of 1.2 billion members unisonally attack the sins of others? And WHO are the others? Who is this Church accusing, when it is Her being accused by this secular world? Is it acceptable for us to be under a "pope" who is constantly throwing mud over the Mystical Body of Our Lord in the name of tolerance, human rights, equality, mercy, compassion, and unity? Isn't this how Satan works? Yes, my dear friends: this is how the evil one works today; he stole the teachings that Christ Brought to humanity 2,000 years ago, exploiting and corrupting the same humility and compassion revealed in Our Savior's first mission as the virtues needed to unpredictably win His battle over death through the inscrutable designs of God. Only by the Grace of God we can be granted the gift of discerning this most subtle, and yet lethal, trap masked by false humility, conveniently warped tolerance, abused mercy, and unrighteous compassion – the good-sounding Christ-like traits utilized to mislead the faithful into error and to condemn the true remaining faithful (the Remnant) as the unloving and hateful hypocrites (as already mentioned earlier).
This is also why we have the right and the duty to openly declare Jorge Mario Bergoglio to be the BIBLICAL FALSE PROPHET.
2) "Truly the Gospel of the marginalized is where our credibility is at stake, where it is found, and where it is revealed".
Once again, Jorge Mario Bergoglio puts "the poor man", "the marginalized", at the very center of the Gospel: the four books written by Luke, Matthew, John, and Mark which narrate of Jesus Christ's Life, Encounters, Teachings, Miracles, Passion, Death, and Resurrection. To continuously shift the central focus from God's only Begotten Son to a faceless idealization of the socioeconomic poor is to insult God and deprive our entire faith of its life Source: the Light, the Way, the Truth. How can the financially disadvantaged man be of a greater priority to our souls than the unmeasurably precious, most unmerited and ever unfathomable Gift of Christ's horrific and shameful Death on the Cross? A Death that brought life even to the poorest of the poor who, prior to Christ, would carry the shame of sin without that redemptive embrace of Our Lady's precious Son. It was 718,000 days before all the great cultural revolutions of the last century were to sweep our nations that the God-Man Brought hope not through some fashion of the moment, or in the name of social justice, or by some economic intervention or the ideal equality utopia (for the world will always rotate under Satan's dark spell until the coming of Our Savior's Kingdom) but rather, He brought hope through Himself, With Himself and in Himself. He Intended to change the world that is each heart within each human being for who He, as the Fount of Mercy in Whom we trust, emptied Himself out of all His Blood and Water. The world He Desires to convert is the world in which He Lives: our hearts. Therefore, WHO are the true poorest among all people in God's Eyes? If physical and spiritual poverty are a blessing in accordance to the perfect Words of the Lord, we can then easily interpret the blind, the atheists, the rich, the glorified, the idolized, the self-obsessed, the famous and the powerful people of the earth to constitute the true starving creatures deprived of that Holy Bread that the secret groups, along with Jorge Bergoglio and recently deceased Tony Palmer, are working so hard to eliminate in order to cause the real famine from the true Food of Life (the one prophesied in the Book of God and which will come to pass).
A Post From Antonio Socci's Official Website
Before closing this article, we would like to insert the latest article of Italian writer Antonio Socci which can be found on his blog Lo Straniero. The analyst breaks down the phrase uttered by Jorge Mario Bergoglio during the same homily: "The way of the Church is not to condemn anyone for eternity" which can be found in the image here below. Through the simple use of Holy Scriptures and a few quotes, the truth of the Bergoglian erroneous message emerges very clearly.
Who is right about eternal damnation? Written by Antonio Socci
Jesus Christ Teaches: "The Son of Man will send out his angels, and they will weed out of his kingdom everything that causes sin and all who do evil. They will throw them into the blazing furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth" (Mt. 13, 41-42).
"This is how it will be at the end of the age. The angels will come and separate the wicked from the righteous and throw them into the blazing furnace, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth" (Mt. 13,49-50).
"…And these shall go away into everlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternal" (Mt. 25,45-46).
"Then he will say to those on his left, ‘Depart from me, you who are cursed, into the eternal fire prepared for the devil and his angels" (Mt.25,41).
Pope Francis says: "The way of the Church is not to condemn anyone for eternity" (February 15 2015).
Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini says: "I nurture the hope that sooner or later all may be redeemed. I'm a big optimist…My hope that God May welcome us all, that He May be merciful, has become stronger with time…After all, it is obvious that I cannot imagine how Hitler or a criminal who has abused children could be close to God. It is easier to think that such people are simply destroyed"(Card. Carlo Maria Martini, "Night Conversations").
Eugenio Scalfari says: "Since reading what he writes and says, and above all since when I had the opportunity to directly speak with him, I'm convinced that what he's doing is not a Church reformation, but a revolution. The Pope (Francis) states that, if the soul of a person is closed off and ceases to be interested in others, that soul no longer releases any strength any longer and dies. It dies before the body dies; as a soul it ceases to exist. The traditional doctrine would teach that the soul is immortal. If it dies in sin it will pay after bodily death. But, evidently, this is untrue for Francis. There is no hell, no purgatory" (From "La Repubblica" September 21 2014).
Don Barsotti says: "He who rejects the existence of hell does not believe in the seriousness of divine love" (Don Divo Barsotti).
Don Barsotti says: "What matters is the following: that we do not desire to either be wiser than or more merciful than God, because who may want to be merciful against the Lord is going to hell since he desires to sympathize with the damned" (Don Divo Barsotti).
One Final Curiosity from The WILD VOICE
From the screenshot of pope Francis' homily posted above, one can notice another statement which we decided to emphasize. It reads as it follows:
"Saint Peter, too, was bitterly criticized by the community when he entered the house of the pagan centurion Cornelius" (cf. Acts 10).
Was the 'pope' using the example of Peter in defense of what he does whenever entering into a relationship with pagan religions, or upon entering the 'houses' of those who do not pay homage to Jesus Christ? After all, we have never forgotten the unfortunate November 30, 2014 event of Jorge Mario Bergoglio worshiping God toward the Mecca inside one of the main Islam Temples on earth: the Mosque in Istanbul.
If the first Pope was wrongly criticized, then anything is permissible to the last 'pope': the False Prophet.
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