Monday, 30 November 2015

Tell us please, Pope Francis; who are these terrible fundamentalist Catholics?

On his way back from Africa today, the Francis, Bishop of Rome gave another ad libitum interview on the plane to assembled journalists, he spoke for about an hour. These are dangerous moments for this Pope. It is generally when he says some of the least intelligent and charitable things emanating from his Jesuitical and Peronist mind.

We remember how "who am I too judge" has been so distorted by the sodomite movement and that Catholics should not "breed like rabbits." 

Today the Pope said: 
"Fundamentalism is a sickness that is in all religions. We Catholics have some -- and not some, many -- who believe in the absolute truth and go ahead dirtying the other with calumny, with disinformation, and doing evil. They do evil, I say this because it is my church. We have to combat it. Religious fundamentalism is not religious, because it lacks God. It is idolatry, like the idolatry of money."
What exactly is "religious fundamentalism" when it comes to Catholics?

Is it a Catholic who goes to Mass every Sunday and the Sacrament of Confession monthly or at least minimally of yearly? How about one who prays the rosary or wears a scapular? Is it a Catholic who believes what the Church teaches even when those teachings might be difficult? What about a Catholic who believes that doctrine cannot be changed? Is he referring to anyone specifically or any group of Catholics? Is it Catholics who blog? What about Catholics who attend the traditional liturgy or home school? Is it Catholics who believe the fundamental teaching of Holy Scripture and Our Lord to nurse the wounds of the poor?

Who exactly are these terrible, miserable fundamentalist Catholics? 

They must be those "self-absorbed, promethean, neo-pelagians" he wrote about it in that waste of paper called Evangelii Gaudium -- his apostolic exhortation of incoherent babble mixed with Lutheranesque claptrap.

These fundamentalist Catholics must be put out of the Church immediately. W
e must show them no mercy; and if this is not enough, it seems that he may think condoms are just fine in Africa, or does he? 

Quick, close the unholy door before a poor, sinful, fundamentalist Catholic might enter.


César Pozuelos said...

Are you a bigot? No. I just remain Catholic. (Blessed Pier Giorgio Frassati)

Anonymous said...

He has to make room for all the religious sects ,his attitude to Catholics who refuse to get on board the new no doctrine one world religion will be repeated with Jews Muslims Protestants etc.The Religious leaders he is meeting with are the liberals ,you wont find Orthodox having anything to do with ecumenism .Mr Mercy shows no mercy to people who believe in the Catholic religion,he has stated ,"They do evil, I say this because it is my church".So now the Church is HIS Church ,how strange I always thought it was God's .

Felix M said...

"I say this because it is my church".

No. Nope. No way. It's Christ's church. Or, as the fundamentalists are baptised Catholics, it's their church.

This $@&#* does not own the church, and he is not there to spout whatever he likes. His job is simply to repeat the Church's actual teachings - preferably with some degree of reverence and humility.

Karl Rahner Jr. said...

He is putting traditional Catholics on the same level as the head-chopping Muslim terrorists.

Michael Dowd said...

Pope Francis makes a great case for religious indifference and lukewarmness. In his mind, it would appear, the best Catholic is a unrepentant sinner who has left the Church and has no interest in coming back. Seems to me Pope Francis should just become a Protestant. Oh wait, my mistake, he already is.

Mark Thomas said...

I don't understand the negative reaction to Pope Francis' "my Church" comment. I have referred countless times throughout my life to Holy Mother Church as "my Church". I have heard my brothers and sisters in the Faith do the same.

A non-Catholic will say..."in my church, we do or believe"...such and such. A Catholic will respond, "well, in my Church, we..."

"My religion..."... standard phraseology.

I don't understand the uproar over His Holiness' use of "my Church..."


Mark Thomas

Anonymous said...

Once as Pope Pius X11 was entering St Peter's Basilica ,the crowd broke out in a loud round of applause to which he replied "It is not right for the servant to be applauded in the house of His Master".In the past Popes always spoke in the plural as We have decreed or Our ,do not recall ever hearing I or My.I could be wrong but I've never heard a Pope refer to the Church as his,the laity do use that term,but they do not represent Christ,s authority.

Anjy Roemelt said...

If it's the mark of one of those "evil fundamentalists" that they believe in absolute truth, I'm one. I believe in God. What does the Pope believe in?

Eirene said...

Pax Mark Thomas.
If you don't understand it, don't broadcast it. Pray for greater Grace to understand it. You see, there are many of us who simply don't understand your
holier-than-thou posts. Double Pax.

Anonymous said...

It's not just fundamentalists who believe in Absolute Truth they want out of the Church ,they want Christ out ,see with what ease His Name is forgotten when they are in the company of Rabbi's or Inman's ,the sign of his Redemption hidden from sight .Catholics have had to listen to a lot of insults lately ,but when they start to insult Christ the gloves are of .Those who believe in the Absolute Truth are now classed as evil ,Christ is the Truth .