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Friday, 23 September 2016

A Liber of Accusation - Part I, II and now III

The laity are rising up.

The Remnant and Catholic Family News have laid it all out.

Part I, is excerpted below.

Part II and now Part III are released and linked as follows:
http://www.cfnews.org/page88/files/1acc7a02ab4cff28e85a9d0ac970f643-634.html

http://www.cfnews.org/page88/files/620701cd08ba49e80312ae1ae26d4104-635.html

How utterly tragic that it is laity, who will now have wrath poured out upon them, who must constantly call out the insanity emanating from Rome.

Where are the Cardinals?

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With Burning Concern: We Accuse Pope Francis
Written by The Remnant and Catholic Family News
September 19, 2016
Feast of Saint Januarius in the Month of Our Lady of Sorrows

Your Holiness:
The following narrative, written in our desperation as lowly members of the laity, is what we must call an accusation concerning your pontificate, which has been a calamity for the Church in proportion to which it delights the powers of this world. The culminating event that impelled us to take this step was the revelation of your “confidential” letter to the bishops of Buenos Aires authorizing them, solely on the basis of your own views as expressed in Amoris Laetitia, to admit certain public adulterers in “second marriages” to the sacraments of Confession and Holy Communion without any firm purpose of amending their lives by ceasing their adulterous sexual relations.

You have thus defied the very words of Our Lord Himself condemning divorce and “remarriage” as adultery per se without exception, the admonition of Saint Paul on the divine penalty for unworthy reception of the Blessed Sacrament, the teaching of your two immediate predecessors in line with the bimillennial moral doctrine and Eucharistic discipline of the Church rooted in divine revelation, the Code of Canon Law and all of Tradition.

You have already provoked a fracturing of the Church’s universal discipline, with some bishops maintaining it despite Amoris Laetitia while others, including those in Buenos Aires, are announcing a change based solely on the authority of your scandalous “apostolic exhortation.” Nothing like this has ever happened in the history of the Church.

The complete Accusation can be read at: 

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Outrage by the laity will be fruitless until the money given to the Church by the laity ceases.

The laity must demand control. It no longer matters how the Catholic Church has been structured or run since its inception.

The laity must control it, directly, or the Catholic Church should be wiped from the face of the earth.


Karl

Dan said...

I believe anonymous is correct. After all we have a p*pe who constantly criticizes ordinary catholics as "rigid neo-pelagians" or some such garbage which should never come from a pope.

Dan said...

Sorry karl, I see your name now.

Anonymous said...

Dear Dan,

Anonymous is fine.

Thank you.


Karl

Ana Milan said...

Soros will always be in command as his wealth far exceeds the humble donations coming from the laity. Many Mass-goers no longer contribute to the collection as local parishes don't benefit & the necessary Masses & Sacraments are no longer provided anyway. In the main, our priests have got lazy (or maybe lost their faith). At the peripheries those who have left will not be returning as they see no need - cohabitation is now OK & as there is no Catholic God, i.e. no God & no Hell, no SIN, why should they.

Kathleen1031 said...

I don't know how much money they have or how much it would hurt them if we all just stopped giving. It does appear George Soros alone can keep it all afloat for them, and seems as if PF already adopted his talking points completely, so, looks like a match made in hell.

Michael said...

Cutting off the money is not the answer. The faithless bishops will just close parishes because of lack of funds, while they continue to live in their palaces until they die.

Pray for God to act swiftly and justly. Pray for the exposure of faithless clergy, and for an end to the Bergoglian Reign of Terror.

Anonymous said...

Pray for the revelation of the Third Secret of Fatima (I.e. the exact words of Our Lady which follow: "In Portugal, the dogma of the Faith will always be preserved..."), and the Collegial Consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

That's the only way to end the crisis in the Church.

Check out www.fatima.org for details.

Johnno said...

The Bishops are already not conuting on the laity for money.

It's now reliant on government handouts.

Why else do you think they carry on allowing wholesale heresy error and immorality into Canadian Catholic Schools, Charities, and pick up the flags of pro-immigration and global warming fiascos and gun-confiscation and feminism and diversity and all the other rot?

Gotta keep people employed I guess. That's more important than where they're going after they die.

Ana Milan said...

The crux of the matter is that, like the other Petition which was translated into many languages, signed by supposedly 25,000 Catholics & hand delivered to PF & the members of the Hierarchy, there was no information given by the writers as to whether in the due course of time they received any response from even one of its recipients. This, in spite of the time & trouble given by not a few of their supporters re translations & contacting national newspapers in Europe & elsewhere, relevant correspondents etc.

This Accusation will join that Petition in being consigned to the litter bin unless it is supported by people holding placards calling on PF to resign who are prepared to stand for long durations outside Casa di Santa Marta & the Vatican with TV cameras sending pictures worldwide. EWTN could oblige & ANF could organise the placard-holding rosary-reciting men & women. Funds for such a venture would be well worthwhile but it has to be organised with feet on the ground, pictures on TV, global national paper interviews given by specialised journalists, theologians, canon lawyers, etc. prepared to explain the content in a clear & concise way for viewers, listeners & readers who will be glued to their iPhones, iPads, computers, TVs, radios, etc. The world will have to understand that what PF teaches is NOT what the One Holy Catholic & Apostolic Church of Christ stands for. That he is, in fact, acting against the Deposit of Faith, Magisterium & Tradition of the CC & must relinquish the Seat of Peter forthwith.

If this approach could be carried out then maybe (just maybe) our Cardinals & Bishops might be moved to issue a public declaration & call for a Special Council to resist him. Or, of course, such a display of solidarity could actually provoke PF into issuing his own resignation & save them the trouble.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Jorge Bergoglio is a very popular pope.
Should anything violent happen to him, he will become an instant martyr, and people like us will become even less tolerable to the new world order he pushes with unmatched zeal.

Bergoglio's popularity and usefulness to the NWO reaches far beyond the Catholic Church, to vast areas where lies and caricatures of the Church reign. Those people will not even bother to read the accusation in three parts, Should they do it, they will seek understanding from people like Rosica or other pro-sodomy and pro-Islamization of the West priests. Francis worshippers from within the Church will consider themselves honoured and obliged to give the world what the world already has, but of which it desires still more - a ridicule and rejection of catholic teaching as not Christ-like, preferably in front of cameras. They will gladly accept awards for progress- and mess-making, too. Why not from open Soros?

The way things are, this initiative by three honest Catholics, who refused to stand indifferent to the mockery of the Church by her pope, will be used to vilify and completely destroy the Remnant.

Anonymous said...

I agree 100% with Ana Milan in that we must find a way to stand in front of Santa Marta for long durations, and protest in an open manner. Though I don't know if it's a good idea to call on him to resign, as a newer and younger modernist is likely to be elected pope. I too have often though that a physical presence of protest is necessary. Though it would require those who are willing to suffer in all types of weather, and possibly be arrested by swiss guards. And it would require charity but honesty towards Bergolio, as strange as that sounds. It won't be fruitful unless there's charity, but also absolute faithfulness to Truth.

~M. Ray