Rabbits. Balloons. Limits on freedom of speech. Punching someone who insults our mother. Meeting with a transgender person.
It can be challenging to keep up with 'Pope Francis' and tempting to get swept up in the latest 'scandal', but at times it is wise to look back and reflect on the quickly developing bigger picture of the Francis 'Papacy'. The theme.
On May 23 2013, only about two months into the New World Pope's reign, the world awoke to the headline:
'Pope Francis': "We are all children of God — all of us. And God loves us — all of us. They complain, 'if he is not one of us, he cannot do good. If he is not of our party, he cannot do good.' And Jesus corrects them: 'Do not hinder him, he says, let him do good.' The disciples were a little intolerant, closed off by the idea of possessing the truth, convinced that 'those who do not have the truth, cannot do good.' This was wrong…Jesus broadens the horizon. The root of this possibility of doing good – that we all have – is in creation. The Lord created us in His image and likeness, and we are the image of the Lord, and He does good and all of us have this commandment at heart: do good and do not do evil. All of us. ‘But, Father, this is not Catholic! He cannot do good.’ Yes, he can…The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone! ‘Father, the atheists?’ Even the atheists. Everyone! We must meet one another doing good. ‘But I don’t believe, Father, I am an atheist!’ But do good: we will meet one another there. And we all have a duty to do good. And this commandment for everyone to do good, I think, is a beautiful path towards peace. If we, each doing our own part, if we do good to others, if we meet there, doing good, and we go slowly, gently, little by little, we will make that culture of encounter: we need that so much. We must meet one another doing good."
Jorge Mario Bergoglio screams to a disbelieving generation that "We are all children of God — all of us", when Scriptures say otherwise. Let us read the following passage:
"But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, even to those who believe in His name, who were born not of blood nor of the will of the flesh nor of the will of man, but of God." ~ John 1:12-13
Our dear friends, being a child of God is a right given unto a person under the condition that he or she receives Jesus Christ and believes in His Holy Name. If we read the following passage from Galatians, once again we are told what we need in order to become children of God:
"You are all sons of God through faith in Christ Jesus, for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ." ~ Galatians 3:26
We are not born children of God, but we are born as creatures of God. It is through faith in Jesus Christ alone that we can be transformed into the children of God the Father Almighty. For a "pope" to only say that "…even atheists are redeemed…do good: we will meet one another there" without completing the statement by adding "…if they convert to our Lord Jesus Christ in order to be saved", is the same of saying "…if a gay person seeks the Lord, who am I to judge?" without adding "But that gay person needs to no longer commit that sin, which comes from an intrinsically evil nature".
These are commonly called lies, for they use half truth and omit the other half by using a false mercy which serves two purposes: firstly it directs the listener into the error of constructing an only-forgiving God whose role of Just Judge has been buried by the (true) fact that He Is love. The second reason is the elevation of the false vicar to a living saint whose goodness is so emphasized as to eclipse the importance of Jesus Christ as Savior. Through this diabolically well-dosed and well-plotted manipulation of Christian elements, this chemist of the spirit becomes the very owner of the Catholic Church as well as the very center of Catholic Christianity as a glorified and an untouchable divine being of absolute infallibility.
Bergoglio dares to take away the firmness of the law he openly admits to detest, depriving the faithful of the obedience to the Word, a key tool of fundamental importance in the process of salvation. Without declaring Christ to be both Mercy and Just Judge, Bergoglio speaks the empty truth typical of the heretical rebels who always detested the perfection of the Catholic doctrine inherited directly from the sacred lips of the Verb Made Flesh.
In line with scriptural prophecy and as an unavoidable consequence of such sophisticated example of false theology engineering, the Jesuit member of the Rotary Club is senselessly credited with being the perfect standard, if not the very inventor, of compassion and equality, flooding his murky waters beyond the castrating limits of "a religion" and invading the lands of politics, of the environment, of other religions, of philosophy, of philanthropy, of human rights, of celebrity. The title of "Savior of the world" displayed on the cover of The Trumpet is one of the most fruitful outcomes of his genial strategy. The False Prophet's "Gospel Of False Illusions" presents words that, being dead to the Spirit of God, lead His Majesty's children astray and into a spiral of endless confusion.
Almost instantly Francis spokespersons and internet spin surgeons went into overdrive to explain the 'Pope's' remarks running headlines such as:
Fr. Thomas Rosica, a Vatican spokesperson, issued a clarification stating the homily's content was not meant to suggest a belief in God was immaterial to salvation. He wrote: "Thanks to Christ and to his Church, those who through no fault of their own do not know the Gospel of Christ and his Church but sincerely seek God and, moved by grace, try to do his will as it is known through the dictates of conscience can attain eternal salvation."
In short, the homogenized explanations across most of these articles were variations on the theme that "Pope Francis had not said anything new" or that "nothing he said was outside of Catholic Doctrine" and that "once again, the media misinterpreted his words". It does not take a brain surgeon, but it surely takes an honest person, to realize that these are nothing but blatant justifications divulged by a deceiving "KatholiK" media of Zionist-Jesuit-masonic origin developed over the years. These disingenuous corporations have been able to conquer large crowds of faithful and by earning their trust, they are now delivering the true purpose of their existence as a KatholiK Gestapo of Bergoglio (KGB) Media at the service of the dictator and his Bergoglianist despotic regime. The main motto is "accept Francis' perfect (heretical) words or we slander you as a schismatic and a heretic yourself!" In the meantime, the many 'apologists' keep on apologizing for the intentionally grave doctrinal errors of this "vicar", coming up with the longest explanations: sometimes, for Bergoglio's statement containing ten words would take his defenders an entire page or two filled with thousands of words which never could be credited to the emissary himself. It goes without saying that so much need of corrections, retrievals, elaborating, censorship, and even denial can only be a sure sign of the erroneous teachings of the white leader. And just as shocking as the original statements is to witness the enormous number of theologians constantly and bellicosely defend all the distortions we have been exposed to for almost two years.
The point of this article is not to debate on whether or not atheists are 'redeemed', 'saved', or 'go to heaven', but rather to look again at 'Pope Francis"s words and what led him to say them.
The reading which 'Pope Francis' used to say 'Even the atheists!' comes from the Gospel of Saint Mark. It reads:
MARK 9 38-40
John said to him, "Teacher, we saw someone casting out demons in Your name, and we tried to stop him, because he was not following us." But Jesus said, "Do not stop him; for no one who does a deed of power in My name will be able soon afterward to speak evil of Me. Whoever is not against us is for us."
Here again are the words of 'Pope Francis':
"…'if he is not one of us, he cannot do good. If he is not of our party, he cannot do good.' And Jesus corrects them: 'Do not hinder him, he says, let him do good.' The disciples were a little intolerant…convinced that 'those who do not have the truth, cannot do good.' This was wrong…The root of this possibility of doing good – that we all have – is in creation…we are the image of the Lord, and He does good and all of us have this commandment at heart: do good and do not do evil. All of us. ‘But, Father, this is not Catholic! He cannot do good.’ Yes, he can…The Lord has redeemed all of us…not just Catholics. Everyone! ‘Father, the atheists?’ Even the atheists. Everyone! We must meet one another doing good. ‘But I don’t believe, Father, I am an atheist!’ But do good: we will meet one another there…"
Francis focuses a lot on 'doing good'. He tells us that all can 'do good'. He lets us know that 'even the atheists' can 'do good'. He stresses 'the atheists', but is this the true focus of these Verses of Holy Scripture?
'Pope Francis' said:
'Jesus corrects them: 'Do not hinder him, he says let him do good.'
The Gospel of Saint Mark says:
'Jesus said, “Do not stop him; for no one who does a deed of power in My Name will be able soon afterward to speak evil of Me.'
The very, very important phrase that 'Pope Francis' omitted in retelling this Bible story is:
'in My Name'.
Do atheists 'do good' in the name of Jesus Christ?
No. An atheist is someone who does not believe in or submit to any deity and does not 'do good' in the Name of Jesus Christ.
Venerable Archbishop Fulton Sheen:
"The modern atheist does not disbelieve because of his intellect, but because of his will; it is not knowledge that makes him an atheist…The denial of God springs from a man’s desire not to have a God—from his wish that there were no Justice behind the universe, so that his injustices would fear not retribution; from his desire that there be no Law, so that he may not be judged by it; from his wish that there were no Absolute Goodness, that he might go on sinning with impunity. That is why the modern atheist is always angered when he hears anything said about God and religion—he would be incapable of such a resentment if God were only a myth. His feeling toward God is the same as that which a wicked man has for one whom he has wronged: he wishes he were dead so that he could do nothing to avenge the wrong. The betrayer of friendship knows his friend exists, but he wished he did not; the post-Christian atheist knows God exists, but he desires He should not."
An atheist is not an agnostic. An agnostic is someone who is not sure if there is a God. An atheist is someone who believes there is no God.
Jesus also says in these Verses from the Gospel of Saint Mark which 'Pope Francis' read:
'Whoever is not against us is for us.'
Was He speaking about 'the atheists' here? Was Jesus speaking of those who refuse the idea of a God? No. He was speaking of those who were not with the disciples but who were casting out demons in the Name of Jesus Christ. 'Pope Francis' chose to focus on the ability of atheists to 'do good' instead of focusing on what Jesus Christ was really teaching which is when we do good in His Name, as Christians, we will not be able to speak evil of Him. 'Pope Francis' removed the strong stress on Jesus Christ entirely and shifted it into the humanistic, easily popular, and people-pleasing idea of 'we can all do good – even atheists'. Some could argue that 'Pope Francis' here effectively changed the entire meaning of this passage by omitting Jesus completely and uplifting the goodness of non-believers.
Generally speaking, modern atheists believe that human beings are basically good and as long as they live a 'good' life they have nothing to fear about eternity and they certainly have no need of Jesus Christ.
In a matter of minutes 'the Pope' made it very easy for these atheists to just go on thinking they're probably right.