VIDEO: Pope Francis, 'A Subversive Agent' – Priest Calls for Resistance


"Unbelievers laugh at what they see, and the weak are unsettled; faith is doubtful, ignorance is poured over their souls, because the adulterators of the word in wickedness imitate the truth. Religious people keep silence, but every blaspheming tongue is let loose. Sacred things are profaned; those of the laity who are sound in faith avoid the places of worship, as schools of impiety, and raise their hands in solitude with groans and tears to the Lord in heaven." – Saint Basil the Great

The audio in this video is taken from a sermon entitled "Peter has No Need of Our Lies or Flattery" uploaded to Regina Prophetarum on April 24, 2016.

Some quotes
from the video:

"With his latest document, namely Amoris Laetitia, The Joy of Married Love, our Pope has largely joined in the sexual revolution, embracing worldly ways, being a sign of compromise as opposed to the sign of contradiction and the world is applauding."

"It is time to recognize a threat and to resist."

"No matter what anyone tells you, Pope Francis does put forth the notion of Sacraments being available for those Catholics involved with public habitual adultery. One can now outwardly violate the Divine Law itself, yet find acceptance and even communion without need for change or purpose of amendment."

"Pope Francis not only embraced dangerous revolutionary ideas, but he has become a subversive agent of radical change."

"On at least three occasions the Holy Father purposefully misquotes, misuses, and abuses previous Church texts in order to mislead and push forward his agenda. He has become a sign of contradiction not to the world, but to the Church and to Tradition."

"Instead of embracing his Petrine vocation to build up the Church, Pope Francis seems to be working towards the goal of tearing down and destroying. In such a situation the Holy Father does not need our applause and flattery, but rather – resistance."


Who Is the Priest Speaking?
Though the name of this Priest is now known to us, we respect (and applaud) the policy of Regina Prophetarum to withhold the name. Their policy states:

We are purposely not providing names and places for at least three important reasons:
The priests you hear are preaching before a congregation for whom they are responsible. In other words, they are known by those under their care. Their names have not been released here because they are only responsible for the particular flock in front of them, not those who listen in. Thus, a privilege is being granted to the world listener via the internet. Keep in mind privileges can easily be lost if they are not properly respected.

Experience has shown time and time again that many people today, sad to say, when they do not like what they hear quickly resort to ad hominem attacks (this is readily seen in the blogosphere). They heap ridicule upon, blame or seek to discredit the messenger in any way possible rather than reflect on the message or do the needed research to verify the truth. If the listener does not like what he hears, no one is forcing him to listen. All he need do is hit the stop button and move on to something else more agreeable instead of adding to the problems of today by attacking the messenger.
It is a LONG standing tradition in the Church for priests and religious to remain more or less self-effacing. It used to be that names were not always given to written works, and at times, even to published sermons. For example, The Imitation of Christ (second most famous of Catholic books after the Sacred Scriptures) has no author named but was only determined later to be from Thomas à Kempis. The author of the great late medieval work, The Cloud of Unknowing, is also anonymous. Today, however, when personality cults, celebrity priests, and Pentecostal prophets are so common that everyone wants to raise a personage up as a hero or a villain, it is almost a duty for the priest and religious to avoid falling into this trap. Besides the ill effects of these cults of personality on the priesthood are visible for all who have eyes to see.




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