Friday, 11 November 2016

Pope of Insults, Bergoglio delivers more of the same and a "psychological assessment" of young Catholics who prefer the traditional Mass

Calling Catholics, "rigid," Pope Francis accused those who attend the traditional Latin Mass of trying to, "hide something," and of not knowing, "true love." 

It is one in a long line of verbal insults emanating from the mouth of the man. It is a scandal on a daily basis what this man says. Those who think he has a mental health problem are incorrect. There is no other word to describe this man than, malefactor. No priest. No bishop, No Pope who truly loved Christ, His Church and His people would engage in such verbal vomit against the lay faithful.

Sealing the work of Benedict XVI in a tomb, he has declared the "Reform of the Reform," dead; something readers will recall that this writer stated previously. 



He is an insulting disgrace and deserves rebuke! He is the Alinsky pope using the tactics of that Lucifer loving radical -- tactics used by certain priests who do his bidding.

It was only two weeks ago that he purged the Congregation for Divine Worship and appointed former protege of Annibale Bugnini, Piero Marini, to the dicastery. A few days later, Marini suffered a stroke. My sources in Rome tell me that Marini "suffered partial unconsciousness" for the whole night on the floor of his bedroom before being discovered. 

Let that be a lesson.




10 comments:

Anonymous said...

As someone else said, maybe those aging modernists are the ones feeling insecure, so they project it on us. They know they didn't finish their job, and the resistance (faithful Catholics) not only survived, but more and more YOUNG priests and lay people are now embracing the Tradition. Tradition is on the rise, and their fake church of man is crumbling. God keep you safe, Mr Vox, and all faithful Catholics!
Rab

John the Mad said...

Yup. Those faithful young Catholics are bitterly clinging to their Latin and Tradition. They are without a doubt a basket of rigid deplorables.

Some tropes never seem to die. Heterodox proponents of the hermeneutic of rupture have been using the ad hominem attack against faithful Catholics since the 1960s, at least. Smearing traditionally minded Catholics for asserted psychological weaknesses is much easier than having to debate actual ideas. I recall in the seminary in 1976 being told by a priest in my first theology class that all theology prior to VII was rigid, whereas all theology afterwards was dynamic. It went south from there and I left at the end of the year.

That Francis uses this trope is not at all surprising, though very regrettable. Like most with a heterodox agenda he cannot abide opposition. His liberalism and mercy is a mile wide and an inch deep. What he calls rigidity has historically been called the virtue of fortitude.

Jim J. McCrea said...

Pope Francis has no sense of the supernatural - he sees religion in terms of categories of merely natural goodness that even a secular humanist could agree with.

Kathleen1031 said...

The election of Donald Trump is proof positive that the man has lost the credibility of the office. He did his best to get Clinton elected, he insulted Donald Trump and said he was "not a Christian" for daring to care about Americans and Catholics. He talked up immigration (invasion) and all the other liberal talking points. He shamed people for not wanting to be decapitated by Muslim enemy combatants or having our Constitutional republic overrun by Sharia law. The USCCB and the bishops, who silenced many, most, priests, so that they said virtually NOTHING about this election, the ones who refuse to offer a prayer for our police officers, being ambushed and shot by hateful bigots and madmen, they have all been summarily ignored by more Catholics than the ones who listened to them. If Catholics voted as a bloc as they once did, the evil Hillary Clinton would be president-elect (God forbid). So they do not have the influence they once enjoyed. We, as practicing Catholics, not only do not listen to the man, nor these worldly bishops, we are repulsed by their behavior and insipid speeches. A pox on them, and may God deliver us from them soon. No longer will we doubt the power of God's hand. It is just short of a miracle Donald Trump was elected. The odds against him were overwhelming. No one else could have withstood it. Amazing.

Anonymous said...

Perhaps they prefer beauty to ugly,bland,vaudeville entertainment performance.

Anonymous said...

Insulting little bastard he is, and he thinks his some sort of Christian ... pigs, he is a demon, for only a demon could possibly insult the spiritual beauty and splendor of the most Holy Latin mass.. Some one needs to tell this idiot to shut the Hell up!

Mum said...

Love is suffering for one's beloved.For a pope to accuse young people attending a TLM of ridigity and a lack of true love is astonishing.
Francis has truly lost sense when he attacks my Catholic family in such a grievous manner.So many saints, popes and religious have written about the Latin Mass,inspired as they were by the Holy Ghost .The only ghost that inspires this pope is the ghost of Luther who hated the Mass.
May we have the privilege of continuing to suffer for Christ crucified and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

Brian said...

Vox: In three decades of teaching in Catholic high schools, I can say, without any doubt, that the most bitter, angry and RIGID people were those who considered themselves "liberal progressives". Their heterodox template could not be challenged. Jorge has the same template...

Anonymous said...

I rarely comment. All I can say is that this pope is a disgrace,

C. LaSalle said...

Pope Francis confuses me. In 65 years of being Catholic I've never experienced a more confusing leader of our church. He attacks clergy and the faithful all the while exhorting us to bestow mercy on others. I have learned not to pay any attention to what comes out of his mouth and to turn to our Church teachings and traditions. Not being able to trust him saddens me deeply.