Pope Francis Top 10 List – How To Be Happy


August 2, 2014

False Prophet Pope Francis recently gave an interview to Argentinian weekly "Viva" which was published on July 27, 2014.  As part of the interview Pope Francis gives his top 10 list for greater joy in our lives. Here they are:

Pope Francis:
10 Secrets to Happiness

1.  "Live and let live."

2.  "Be giving of yourself to others."

3.  "Proceed calmly" in life."

4.  "A healthy sense of leisure."

5.  "Sundays should be holidays. Sunday is for family."

6.  "Find innovative ways to create dignified jobs for young people. We need to be creative with young people. If they have no opportunities they will get into drugs" 

7.  "Respect and take care of nature. I think a question that we're not asking ourselves is: 'Isn't humanity committing suicide with this indiscriminate and tyrannical use of nature?'"

8.  "Stop being negative. Needing to talk badly about others indicates low self-esteem. That means, 'I feel so low that instead of picking myself up I have to cut others down'"

9.  "Don't proselytize; respect others' beliefs. We can inspire others through witness so that one grows together in communicating. But the worst thing of all is religious proselytism, which paralyzes: 'I am talking with you in order to persuade you,' No. Each person dialogues, starting with his and her own identity. The church grows by attraction, not proselytizing" (Pope Francis has said this before, see Quotes of Pope Francis)

10.  "Work for peace."

It is clear to all that the list above does not contain the name of Jesus Christ. While not even one of the ten 'advices' present in Francis' chart speaks of the King of Heaven, it is only in humanism that the roots of his message can be found. His self-help-book sounding philosophy is created to please all tastes, fit all mentalities and unite all hearts under a dome of false love and of an invisible anesthetic which is slowly numbing our spirit into deep sleep.
No Commandments. No duties. No suffering. No sacrifice. No penance. No obedience. No cross.
No God. No Father. No Son. No Holy Spirit.
No Mother of God. No Kingdom. No Heaven. No Eternal Life.

Brothers and sisters, our prayer today are Jesus' Words in Crusade Prayer 44 from The Book of Truth:

"Strength to Defend My Faith Against The False Prophet"
"Dear Jesus, give me the strength to focus on Your Teachings and to proclaim Your Holy Word at all times. Never allow me to be tempted to idolize the false prophet, who will try to present himself like You. Keep my love for You strong. Give me the Graces of Discernment, so that I will never deny the Truth contained in the Holy Bible, no matter how many lies are presented to me to encourage me to turn my back on Your True Word. Amen."





11 comments for “Pope Francis Top 10 List – How To Be Happy

  1. Stano
    June 24, 2015 at 9:01 AM

    That "top 10 list" is fake psychology-based gospel: 10x "my own will be done". It's avoiding Jesus, living godlessly, following ourselves and other people, instead of following Jesus in our spirit in every moment of our life.

    The true gospel is:"Our Holy Father …. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in Heaven……"

    It's the only way to purify and sanctify our souls. Seeking, receiving, listening, obeying, doing, following His Holy Will. As it is written in the Matthew 6:10, 7:21-23, 12:50, John 14:15-23 etc.

  2. Roseann
    October 18, 2014 at 9:43 PM

    Is this Pope now rewriting the 10 Commandments of God??? Does he think he has the power to change what laws Almighty God has given to His people??? This is truly frightening. Not one of the 10 items listed above, that the pope mentions, speaks of Jesus. It is all pop culture and humanistic in nature.
    There is no mention of the Cross of Christ… And how we must all pick up our cross(es) and follow Him. Christ died for us, to save us and to bring us eternal life!!! Jesus is the Way, the Truth, and the Life!!! No where does this pope state these words or teach God's people the truth!
    Jesus told us so much. Now, more than ever, Catholics must read their Catholic Bibles… And study the Word of God! Wake up… Catholics!!! Turn to God, do Penance, amend our lives, go to Confession often, and Mass at least on Sundays and Holy Days (daily Mass, if possible)… Live the Commandments of God and LOVE God and neighbor. Praying always to save souls and poor sinners, everywhere.

      October 20, 2014 at 2:13 PM

      Dear Roseann,

      Thank you for visiting our site.
      What you just said is right and just.

      May all come to the Truth before the time of Christ's Second Coming.
      We must pray for all humanity to awake before the false light tricks them into deceit.

      If we truly love God,
      If we truly believe,
      If we truly know His Word:
      Nothing can stop us from knowing the Truth. And the Truth, Who Is Christ, Saves.

      God Bless you,

      ~ Paul ~

  3. Jan
    October 15, 2014 at 11:03 AM

    It is evident God allowed Church approved apparitions to alert us to these times… Of course, I speak of Laus, La Salette, Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich (in particular), St. Francis of Assisi prophecies, etc. One cannot ridicule the modern prophets without spitting on Church Approved prophecy. If one is aware of these along with the 'plans' from the OTHER SIDE (Masonic directives etc designed to destroy the Church from within) it really is impossible to not see what is being played out. unless one is simply ill informed, or chooses not to be informed, or is living in a bubble with religion on a 'shelf.' We live in a strange time when revelation is pushed off to the side and touted as 'not required' to be a good Catholic.. so strange given that everything in Sacred Scripture was at one point private revelation. There is no magic "cut off" point. God will not leave us orphaned and continues to reach out to us through his poorly treated and disdained messengers. Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich spoke specifically of the 'false church' when the true Church would go underground to preserve the dogma/Tradition of the Faith. So, no, the gates of Hell will not Prevail. Of course, Sacred Scripture itself verifies what is being said in our day. Particularly Thessalonians 2. Revelation/ St. John, The Book of Daniel. Still, my favorite remains the Catechism of the Catholic Church itself. #675 in particular which lays out the final Trial of the Church. Thankyou Wild Voice for taking the baton from St. John the Baptist and being such a voice in the wilderness. All Glory to God + United Hearts of Jesus and Mary, Triumph and Reign. J+M+J

  4. Anonymous
    October 15, 2014 at 8:03 AM

    Re read # 8

  5. David
    August 27, 2014 at 10:06 PM

    The only thing wrong with the crusade prayers is that the people who pray them have ignored the most important gospel reference to Christ andHis Church. "You are Peter and upon this rock I will build my Church and the gates of Hell will not prevail against it". Christ never spoke in riddles. It means exactly what it says. How can you have the audacity to pray for discernment and call Pope Francis " the false prophet and the imposter?! Weird stuff.
    Now another point: Pope Francis has perhaps three years to five years left on the throne of Peter, given his health is not 100% what is one to make of the pope who follows him. Another imposter perhaps?

    Sectarem et Fides- stick to the faith.

      August 29, 2014 at 5:35 AM

      Dear David,

      Thanks for your comment and its interesting points.

      Christ's Words referred to the Remnant Church, the Mystical and Indestructible Body of Christ made by the true faithful. A title, a label, or a denomination are not enough to prove a true faithful's allegiance to the Eternal God in His Son's Eyes.

      Judas Iscariot was one of the twelve Bishops of Jesus Christ and yet, he became the very enemy within the First Church of the Lord. He plotted the arrest of God's Only Begotten Son by selling his Master's destiny to those who rejected the Way, the Truth and the Life. Let's not forget that the same Lord Picked Judas as one of the apostles, fully knowing that He will Be betrayed by him.

      How can we understand this illogical mystery?

      The same can be said about this Pope: The Holy Spirit Might or Might not have chosen Mario Bergoglio to be the Bishop of Rome, but the plan remains sealed in God's Mysterious Providence.
      And , of course, the same can be said about each one of us, potential betrayers of Christ's Body.

      So far, a certain number of prophecies has been fulfilled.

      To believe in these prophecies is not a sin.
      To reject these messages is not a sin, either.

      We need to discern and, in faith, let God's Spirit Guide us toward the Truth.

      God Bless you ~

      • David
        September 20, 2014 at 4:21 AM

        I think if one indeed follows Pope Francis 10 points then one must look very attractive to those with no regard or time for Jesus and there are many out there. Call it humanism if you like, but remember the quote from Acts of the Apostles "How these Christians love one another" People at the time of the early church were not at all attracted to Christ. They were attracted to the common decent things they saw in His followers. That's not where it ends but that is where it has to start! That is the point I believe that Pope Francis is trying to get across.

        Cheers and God Bless,


    • January 23, 2015 at 8:40 PM

      i couldn't agree more David…

      Here’s what I have in mind…
      The real essence of Catholicism is its universality. It knows no boundaries; it's a crime to exclude others from the fundamental teachings of Christ. Christ wants everybody to be united with Him. That is what the pope has been trying to do ever since, not just by words but through His very deeds. Jesus was so good at words simply because He made sure he carried them out through deeds. The pope is extending the effort of Christ, making himself the real instrument to unite all believers, even non. That is perhaps one of the reasons why he never made mention of Christ in the list, for whether you like it or not, a vast number of people have great biases in the name JESUS. Perhaps the pope sees it that way, and would like to start off from something that would eventually lead all people, from all walks of life, NOT TO BE A CATHOLIC perhaps, but to act like Christians, and bringing them eventually to Jesus…in the end it is not the Wild Voice or even the pope, who would judge MY act, or the of anybody else', it is Christ… Today's time has lost the real essence of Christianity (I’m sorry to say). People would rather write something about Jesus but have not acted out any of it. We have become very doctrinal (i am not saying it is not important, it is essential to my faith as well) to the point that we tend to focus our eyes on the doctines and the laws and forgot what they are made for. We have become attached to the less demanding, to the sitting part, to the criticizing part of the acts of others, but failed to look at ourselves. Have we even ask: where am I now as a believer of this guy name Jesus? How have I been being a baptized Catholic? There are a billion of Catholics, and other Christian denominations all over the globe, but all over the globe you can still see homeless people, while some CATHOLICS have so much, more than what they could even spend for in their lifetime. But where are these Catholics?

      To the author of this article, and its alike, do you really think the pope is stupid enough not to include the name of Jesus in the list? The way I see it (which I believe what he truly sees too) JESUS PERMEATES IN THE ENTIRE LIST from number 1 downward. There’s so much more to say…

      Caritas Christi urget nos…

  6. Paulo
    August 16, 2014 at 2:38 PM

    As I read the Messages about the 'False Prophet' (Jorge Bergoglio a.k.a Pope Francis) and as I try to help my friends in the faith to see what's really going on within the Church today, I am scoffed at, as though I'm a heretic. Jesus said that this would occur and rather than arguing, state my case and leave it at that. Pray that peoples' eyes will be opened. Have we ever had a Pope who has encouraged humanism over God ? Pope Francis's '10 Secrets to Happiness' is 'new age' and it encourages people to be the best that they can be, and that's ok…. But, we are Catholic Christians and we mold our lives on Jesus Christ, Mary and the Saints. There IS a difference. Many today keep their heads 'buried in the sand' for no other reason than they don't wish to comprehend that the leadership with the Vatican is seriously amiss.

  7. Paul
    August 8, 2014 at 6:37 AM

    Well written and many are buying into the garbage coming from this false prophet. Plenty of 'new age' ideas are also put forth as though we live only by how we 'feel'. It's little wonder that he's bases his spirituality on people like Cardinal Kaspar and Cardinal Martini.

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