Monday, 10 October 2016

The gift that keeps on giving

The announcement of new Cardinals by the Bishop of Rome has been made. Rorate Caeli has some background.

The list is disturbing. From Cupich to De Kesel, this is a list of men who are cut out of the mould of Bergoglio.

The Bishop of Rome can appoint whomever he wishes to the cardinalate, that is his right. There was, however, a reason why certain Sees, were elevated and yet, we see them ignored. Indianapolis? Really? Not Gomez in Los Angeles, the largest Catholic diocese in the United States? Not Chaput in Philadelphia? Where is Lépine, the Archbishop of Montreal, a historical Cardinalate See? There predecessors are all over 80 or deceased, there is no excuse, except, political.

I highlight only these, not knowing much about others around the world except for Brussels, where De Kesel remains an ardent Kasperite and hand picked by the paedophile protecting, "mafia" leading Danneels.

The next conclave is being set-up to give us another Bergoglio, or worse.

Except

Except what this will do is show even more the deep split in the Church between faithful Catholics and heretics. Between those of us who love Christ and with His grace, do our best to live His Commandments and those who are modernists, heretics, who discount the Law and the Truth. 

These men, and I accuse Jorge Berogoglio himself, have set-out to wipe out the papacies of Benedict XVI and John Paul II. To these men, these malefactors, and again, I accuse Bergoglio, it is as if we are picking up right where we left off with Paul VI. They are out to destroy the last vestiges of the Faith.

Perhaps this is necessary. The rot has been there, hiding, plotting and undermining the faith under John Paul II and Benedict XVI. Now, it is out in the open. 

This will not end well. There will be a schism. 

The question remains, where will Bergoglio be when it comes?

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8 comments:

Ana Milan said...

PF is using same-sex attraction to promote his Marxist/Masonic/Modernist ideology. It is a powerful weapon. He doesn't care about their souls or the souls of their victims as he does not believe in Hell, and if there is no Hell there is no SIN. The rampage he is on will continue even if he were to die to-morrow, as there are so many in situ to replace him. They all need to be ousted but men shrink from that idea because it goes totally against our veneration of the Papal Office. But if a usurper (legally pope or not) is bringing Christ's Church into disrepute & onwards to ruination, then this course must surely have to be addressed, and soon. The silence from the Hierarchy does not help matters but in any case the question to be answered is - do we stand & fight or limp away & let them have it? There isn't much time to make-up our minds. Lund is beckoning.

John Usalis said...

What we've learned in the Catholic Church under Francis is that it is a disadvantage to be "too Catholic".

Anonymous said...

The question remains, where will Bergoglio be when it comes.... Certainly NOT in heaven!

Sean Mercer said...

I agree with the thrust of your article. However, both Papas Wojtyla and Ratzinger set us up for Bergoglio:

(1) Wojtyla's papacy was a failure. From altar girls to incarnating indifferentism by his kissing the Koran; by his neglecting to protect the identity of the One True God as He has revealed Himself through Revelation and sacred Tradition as well as the history of Holy Church; by his institutionalizing the post-Conciliar Revolution through his 1983 Code (which leaks like a sieve and essentially enables each bishop to be his own interpreter of the law); by his turning of the papacy into a personality cult; by his permitting the liturgy to devolve into a circus: Well, you get the point.

(2) Ratzinger: went along with all of #1 (and worse: he collaborated with the Fatima Deception -- another crime of Wojtyla's Secretrary of State Sodano).

No, the Modernists are being flushed out and the crud is rising to the surface for exposure -- but that is because Bergoglio'a ascendancy was ably prepared by his two predecessors.

Sean Mercer said...

I agree with the thrust of your article. However, both Papas Wojtyla and Ratzinger set us up for Bergoglio:

(1) Wojtyla's papacy was a failure. From altar girls to incarnating indifferentism by his kissing the Koran; by his neglecting to protect the identity of the One True God as He has revealed Himself through Revelation and sacred Tradition as well as the history of Holy Church; by his institutionalizing the post-Conciliar Revolution through his 1983 Code (which leaks like a sieve and essentially enables each bishop to be his own interpreter of the law); by his turning of the papacy into a personality cult; by his permitting the liturgy to devolve into a circus: Well, you get the point.

(2) Ratzinger: went along with all of #1 (and worse: he collaborated with the Fatima Deception -- another crime of Wojtyla's Secretrary of State Sodano).

No, the Modernists are being flushed out and the crud is rising to the surface for exposure -- but that is because Bergoglio'a ascendancy was ably prepared by his two predecessors.

Vox Cantoris said...

Yes, Sean; you are correct. I was thinking of the moral and life issues with John Paul II and liturgy and clarity with Benedict XVI, But, you are correct, they did set us up for this.

I've asked rhetorically, "how did a College of Cardinals that gave us Ratzinger, and added to by Ratzinger, give us Bergoglio."



Michael said...

"How did a College of Cardinals that gave us Ratzinger, and added to by Ratzinger, give us Bergoglio?" Easy- people sucked up to Pope Benedict, Pope John Paul II, and their predecessors. It was easy to do. For one thing, anyone suspecting that a person wasn't who they claimed to be might have been accused of "rash judgment." Also, the Pope met these bishops only a few times, during their Ad Limina visits. He was not seeing them as they were. He was seeing them groomed and carefully prepared to meet the Pope. He was seeing them as people who knew how to say just what the Pope wanted to hear.

Peter Lamb said...

And Roncalli and Montini gave us the whole lot - none of it by accident!