Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Rome: We have a problem

Da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, da, "MERCY!"

Having enjoyed that little diversion, let's get on with the matters at hand.

When the Grand Lodge of Italy praises the election of Jorge Bergoglio as Bishop of Rome be very concerned about "mercy."

Now, we have the Italian Communist magazine, "Il Manifesto" with the same Bishop of Rome on its cover, proclaiming that "mercy could be the way out for the difficult path of reform, announced but not yet implemented." According to Il Manifesto, the Pope wants to "combine an unchanged doctrine and structure with an exclusive pastoral through the "magic word" mercy." When a communist magazine praises the Bishop of Rome by very concerned.

Does Il Manifesto know something we don't? Where have we heard this before?

“Will this Pope re-write controversial Church doctrines? No. But that isn't how doctrine changes. Doctrine changes when pastoral contexts shift and new insights emerge such that particularly doctrinal formulations no longer mediate the saving message of God's transforming love. Doctrine changes when the Church has leaders and teachers who are not afraid to take note of new contexts and emerging insights. It changes when the Church has pastors who do what Francis has been insisting: leave the securities of your chanceries, of your rectories, of your safe places, of your episcopal residences go set aside the small-minded rules that often keep you locked up and shielded from the world.” This quote given by Father Thomas J. Rosica, CSB various lectures is documented on LifeSiteNews and YouTube in his own words. If he thinks this way what of others?

I need make no comment on the above paragraphs; you dear reader, are quite well-informed and can draw your own conclusions. Rather, as this same Bishop of Rome lauded by Freemasons and Communists desiring to go "Forward" has called for an "extraordinary year of mercy" to go along with the extraordinary and ordinary synod, let me ask some questions.

Where is the mercy for Father James Haley?

Where is the mercy for the Catholics of Chile with a voyeur, homosexual and pederast appointed as a bishop over them?

Where is the mercy for the victims of Cardinal O'Brien in Scotland or those who now pay for his new retirement home in the country?

Where is the mercy for Asia Bibi still suffering in Pakistan awaiting her execution and who herself has begged for mercy?

Where is the mercy for the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate?

Where is the mercy for those Catholics who gave "spiritual bouquets" of rosaries only to be mocked by the person for whom they were said?

Where is the mercy for Patricia Jannuzzi, threatened, mocked and intimidated for her faith?

Where is the mercy for my friend, and countless other victims raped and sodomised around the world by clergy and given the gift that keeps on giving.

Where is the mercy for me and my legal bill and stress upon my family and friends incurred by an unjust persecution for doing what I am doing right now?

But who am I to judge?

Strike the Shepherd and the sheep scatter.

In our times and in this calamity that has befallen the Church it is not from these Romans that one is going to find mercy.

There is only one true mercy and it is found in Him.



TLM said...

Vox....again, you have hit the nail squarely on the head. They will change Doctrine via Practice or should I say "Pastoral Practice". 'Mercy' has been twisted to mean something it is not.

Pray for the faithful sons of the Church. Pray for Bishop Schneider, Cardinal Burke and others who are bravely fighting the good fight with their public proclamations of truth. Pray that God may give them all the grace they need along with all of us to courageously and publicly proclaim His truth in His one true Church.
Jesus have MERCY on all of us. St. Michael the Archangel defend us in battle.

John Laws said...

If you've spent any time around freemasons, you'd know that they've subverted the word 'mercy' the way the sodomists have subverted the word 'gay'. They are very fond of relating the following story about the freemason Napolean:

A mother once approached Napoleon seeking a pardon for her son. The emperor replied that the young man had committed a certain offense twice and justice demanded death.

"But I don't ask for justice,? the mother explained. "I plead for mercy.?

"But your son does not deserve mercy,? Napoleon replied.

"Sir,? the woman cried, "it would not be mercy if he deserved it, and mercy is all I ask for.?

"Well, then,? the emperor said, "I will have mercy.? And he spared the woman's son.

Luis Palau, "Experiencing God's Forgiveness,? Multnomah Press, 1984

Dorota said...

They are no longer tolerant of Jesus Christ. His justice and mercy are not up to their emerging standard. The cases you listed call for decency and justice. God, have mercy on us all.

Anonymous said...

Agree with you!!!! Thank you for putting this!!! No mercy is offered, unless you agree with him..

Mrs. Scott