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Wednesday, 4 January 2017

Bergoglio contradicts St. Paul with his Amoris Laetitia

Following up on the a theme yesterday, wherein we wrote that "Peter, contradicts Peter," today from Matins of Divino Afflatu we see how Pope Bergoglio, in his heretically laced Amoris Laetitia, contradicts St. Paul.

Reading 1
Lesson from the letter of St. Paul the Apostle to the Romans 7:1-3
1 Know you not, brethren, for I speak to them that know the law, that the law hath dominion over a man, as long as it liveth? 2 For the woman that hath an husband, whilst her husband liveth is bound to the law. But if her husband be dead, she is loosed from the law of her husband. 3 Therefore, whilst her husband liveth, she shall be called an adulteress, if she be with another man: but if her husband be dead, she is delivered from the law of her husband; so that she is not an adulteress, if she be with another man.


Let it be a lesson to those such as Bergoglio who use terms such as "rigid" to describe Catholics who simply follow Holy Scripture.

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A salient question is this; "Does Pope Bergoglio read his daily office?" Of course, if he does, he reads the truncated Liturgy of the Hours.

Perhaps it would help all these men, men blest with great education and study of scripture to return to the Divino Afflatu, or at least to opening up the Holy Bible now and again.

Let this Pope have not one minute of rest from faithful Catholics, who will not accept his machinations or his manipulations of the Truth of Jesus, the Truth of His Church.

Let this be a warning on the matter of papolatry and to all papal positivists out there; you risk your souls by following these men when they fall off of the narrow road. The Pope is not infallible except when he declares it so on matters of faith and morals. The First Vatican Council actually restricted the Pope, it did not grant him license in all matters. Bergoglio's Apostolic Exhortation is not doctrine,it is an "exhortation." 

My fellow Catholics, do you follow the words of St. Paul or will you follow the words of Jorge Bergoglio? Who spoke with the power of the Holy Ghost and who speaks with the "spirit" of the "god of surprises." 

Did St. Paul burn incense to idols, the idols of this world? He saw Christ in a great and miraculous event on the road to Damascus. That sword depicted above was the means of his death. Did he go to his martyrdom for a lie?

Do not follow its error no matter what nice phrases come before or after it. One drop of poison is enough.

13 comments:

Ana Milan said...

The difference between Sts. Peter & Paul (and many other saints of the CC) is that they were always prepared to lay down their lives for their Saviour. That faith & commitment is entirely lacking in our leadership since VII's false ecumenism, ditching of the Old Rite, Sacraments & Devotions of the Church & their embracing of environmental concerns & innovative meddling with the revered Ten Commandments given to Moses by God for all time & all peoples. They see themselves as superior to The Almighty. They are not prepared to accept His Word as it was only pertinent to the time He lived. No sense of Him being the Son of God & Second Person of the Holy Trinity. Mary was duped & Hell doesn't exist, so no repentance required before accompaniment to access Holy Communion, even for non-believers. Of course we are all the same & the only matters that need our concern are environmental ones which have become the mortal sins of this age. These Marxist/Masonic/Modernists have taken over the entire structure of the CC & are using all the weight of Papal Infallibility (which was to be used in upholding Catholic Doctrine) to destroy the very foundations on which Christ built His Church.

We are now at the most critical point in Church history ever experienced. Other schisms & heresies pale in contrast. As there is no comparison to this onslaught there is also no definitive way of dealing with it, which makes it all the more intolerable for Traditional Catholics, even though we still hold firm to Our Lord's promise to remain with us until the end of time & Our Lady's Triumph when all seems lost. Surely all does seem lost - that is why the success of the Dubia& formal correction is vital to the survival of the One Holy Catholic & Apostolic Church. We should exhort all Cardinals & Bishops who have the power, supported by priests, religious & laity to get behind the four Cardinals & wrench the charred remains of the Universal Church away from these atheist predators before they can cast the final blow. We must collectively implore God to come & save us as this catastrophe is beyond the power of the faithful laity to control & was never a priority with those who could have acted long ago to render their attacks useless.

Anonymous said...

It's even worse! Jorge Blasphemes the Holy Spirit!:

FROM THE BIBLE:
“Do not say, ‘His mercy is great, He will forgive the multitude of my sins.’ For both mercy and wrath are with Him, and His anger will rest on sinners. DO NOT DELAY to turn back to the Lord, and do not postpone it from day to day; for suddenly the wrath of the Lord will come upon you, and at the time of punishment you will perish.” - Ecclesiasticus 5:6-7

FROM JORGE'S MOUTH:

“Yet conscience can do more than recognize that a given situation does not correspond objectively to the overall demands of the Gospel. It can also recognize with sincerity and honesty what for now is the most generous response which can be given to God, and come to see with a certain moral security [????] that it is what God himself is asking [GOD IS “ASKING” ME TO REMAIN IN MY SIN?] amid the concrete complexity of one’s limits, while yet not fully the objective ideal.” – Amoris Laetitia paragraph #303
by Francis



Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

@ Ana Milan

You speak truthfully and wisely, as usual. Your comments are a faithful expression of your mind and soul - I am certain.

I too am frustrated that there are so many clergy, who have no compassion for the remnant of faithful Catholics, while ignoring our pain, and showing no interest in upholding and fighting for Truth.

We can't reach them, because they don't believe. They care about the things of this world, while our Lord and Saviour is NOT of this world.

At this stage every Catholic family not yet split or destroyed over these heresies and loving accompaniment to sin, should be glad and grateful for this grace. Every faithful business owner not yet attacked and vilified and silenced or forced to comply with the orders of the psychopathic rulers of Sodom, should consider himself fortunate.

I am hurting, when I see such disregard for truth around me. Truth is the only "thing" worth pursuing. Anything motivated by falsehood, greed, hedonism, fear, thirst for power, turns to nothing.

These people you desire to reach with your righteous words, do not care to hear them. Thank you for speaking them anyway.

Kathleen1031 said...

The dubia are terribly important, in fact their importance will likely grow and grow each day now. We are now in year 2017, 100 years after Fatima, and the more months that go by the more we know we are approaching the key months that most commemorate Fatima and the prophetic message from Our Lady to Lucia. We have come to see 2017 as THE year for...something...and we know not what. Is it a chastisement? Maybe, maybe not. It is a turning point? A time when evil men will be brought up short by Our Lord for their machinations against Holy Mother Church? Maybe. We don't know, but we know by all indications something is coming, or maybe we simply know this terrible situation cannot last.
I would not wish to see 2017 end without something changing, drastically. I'm just speaking the truth right now, my own personal truth and possibly this is true for others.
We know many in the past have said "this year is the one" or "that time is the time", and nothing happens. God has said He will come at a time we do not expect. I'm just saying I pray God comes to our rescue this year, for many reasons.

Anonymous said...

Dear Ana,

I don't quite understand what you said here:

"These Marxist/Masonic/Modernists have taken over the entire structure of the CC & are ***using all the weight of Papal Infallibility (which was to be used in upholding Catholic Doctrine) to destroy the very foundations on which Christ built His Church.***"

As Vox stated above:

"The Pope is not infallible except when he declares it so on matters of faith and morals. The First Vatican Council actually restricted the Pope, it did not grant him license in all matters."


Papal infallibility, exercised under the exact conditions laid down by Vatican I, prevents the Pope from officially teaching error, I.E. it's a negative charism.

Please explain. Thank you!

In Christ the King,

Margaret


Ana Milan said...

Dear Margaret,
Pf's supporters are continually attempting to make out that everything he says is to be followed absolutely. As we know, unless he speaks ex cathedra, that is not the case & in particular when his teaching contradicts the Magisterium it should be ignored. Cardinal Burke said at the outset that AL was only the opinion of PF as it did not conform to the Magisterium & teachings of past Popes & Hierarchies but of course he assumed that the Catholic public were more informed of the faith than they are & that is what this pope's backers are banking on to get their Modernist Agenda fully implemented. Now that the four Cardinals have got the message as to why we are up in arms about AL (& other rants & actions of the occupier of the Seat of Peter) they are endeavouring to do something about it. I pray continually that their actions bear fruit & that we shall be spared another year of PF - particularly this year of the centenary of Fatima celebrations. We should look forward to the Triumph of Our Blessed Lady; it must be very close to hand now.

Michael Dowd said...

What is happening to Pope Francis is what happens to someone who has lost their faith. That something is to make the Catholic religion fit the person rather than the person fitting the religion. This is very popular because it is easy. And it especially easy for Catholic who believe the Pope is infallible about everything having to do with faith and morals which Amoris Latetia does. To me divine intervention is the ONLY solution to this problem.

Johnno said...

Vatican I presumes a moral believing Pope. It and as other commentaries have noted is not concerned with the topic of a heretical one. There is no magic pixie dust that makes a human Pope immune from error especially if, unlike the Papal subject of Vatican I, he is going out of his way to ignore the entire magisterium before him and does not teach in accord with it. But when a Pope does fulfill the Vatican I criteria, he is not to be opposed. Francis does not. Nor is he ignorant or discussing undefined beliefs unlike a few past examples.

Proof that Popes can allow error to fester the Church has been true ever since the 1700s when Galileo and Copernicus were taken off the Index and clergy were allowed to entertain and spread the condemned heresy of heliocentrism.

When the 16th Century Popes and the Inquisition ruled against Galileo they did so as a fact of interpretation of Scripture and Tradition, from inerrant Scripture to the Jewish Tradition to the Apostolic Tradition to the Fathers. The latter also said to be infallible by Vatican I when speaking in consensus upon interpretations of Scripture and the Faith. And multiple Papacies used the entire extent of their authority over all Christendom to destroy the Heliocentric heresy.

But as of the latter 1700s due to subterfuge, deceit and other circumstances, the Popes couldn't or neglected their duty to uphold this teaching. This has been true all the way down to the present pontiff who has no problems praising the heresy of Darwin. In fact as then Cardinal Ratzinger noted, believing the Church erred with regard to Galileo was the mindset of all who attended Vatican II and based on that error of believing the Church and Bible were in error, an accommodation for modernity had to be made. This despite Ratzinger himself knowing that science could not prove its case against the Church and that the consensus belief in Relativity allowed for the Earth to be motionless, but was rejected due to philosophical biases.

Now 99% of the entire Catholic world believes in heliocentrism. Even as the Miracle of Fatima had the Sun move against the fixed Earth.

Johnno said...

(contd.)

But regardless of whether or not you accept geocentrism or heliocentrism as of this moment, you are stuck with a dilemma. Either the Church from St. Peter to 1600 A.D. was in error over an interpretation of Scripture, or the Church from 1700 A.D. to 2017 A.D. has erred. This is far beyond the timescales of the sedevacantists as to when they can hope God will fix things so that we get Popes incapable of erring or leading the Church astray on certain matters in order to retain valid orders and succession. And indeed this trial against Copernicanism and Galileo occurred precisely because it had to do with the faith and the inerrancy of Scripture and the Tradition of the Church and the Fathers. Unlike some conservative apologists claim, this wasn't just some science ego-stroking exercise that the Popes just wandered in out of their field of expertise, least of all a holy man of the caliber of St. Robert Bellarmine.

Therefore based on these historical facts, we know that the Pope can err and allow this error to spread. We also know from Scripture that God, as a punishment, can allow error to fester within the Church just as He allowed to occur in Israel, ("I also gave them statutes that were not good and ordinances by which they could not live; and I pronounced them unclean because of their gifts, in that they caused all their firstborn to pass through the fire so that I might make them desolate, in order that they might know that I am the LORD." - Ezekiel 20:25-26) just as the chaff and wheat, seeds and thorns, must grow together until God as the harvester separates them.

All in all, on these grounds I don't buy the sedevacantist argument that Popes are immune from error and can't allow error. Nor does this stain the Holy Triumphant Church nor contradict God's promises that the gates of Hell shall not prevail against her. The Church as the new Israel must also go through the same patterns of Israel just as she must also go through the patterns of Christ's Passion. And just as the desolate Israelites had to, we also must eventually dig through the rubble of the destroyed city and find the books of the Law and the Teachings of God to discover where and how we have unwittingly erred and then make amends. Satan has destroyed nothing. It's all still there. Just as Peter doubts and compromises and runs away, so too will the Popes. They cannot bind us to error, Vatican I refutes that authority when they do not follow the example of the Pope described therein who acts in accord with everything the Church has handed down to him.

And therefore it must also follow in light of the Church's neglect of geocentrism that Popes retain their office until all due procedure has been met to first make them aware of such error, warn them and then declare their heretics, then that they are obstinate heretics and then announce their casting off of the office by the competent authorities. But they officially retain their position until then, and given they may attempt to deliver us teachings at variance to the Magisterium and Christ they are not to be obeyed and we can call heresy what it is and we can suspect the Pope of being one all we like. But just as David's example showed us, despite himself being anointed, Saul still remains in office until God deposes him. Until then, perform your duties and resist and avoid Saul.

And if there be a line of kings and bad councilors and priests for a lengthy period of time, still Israel and Judah remained what they were, even when destroyed and its people thrown into exile, until they were delivered again to return and rebuild that which was lost. The Church too has known and will again know even more immensely such times.

Ana Milan said...

Michael Dowd:

I agree with you, but that can only happen once the formal correction is made by the four Cardinals. Then we shall see skin & hair flying. We all know these 'irregularities' have been happening all over the world since the spirit of VII usurped that council & which the Modernists regime failed to stop. The time has come for them to answer to God for what they have done & continue to do to His Divine institution - the one Holy Catholic & Apostolic Church. There is no getting away from answering that question, even if they collectively don't believe in the Triune Godhead.

Anonymous said...

Bergoglio has contradicted almost everything in the New Testament. He contradicts all nations must be Converted to the Catholic Church to be saved. To say Athiests and Jews and Muslims can go to Heaven without Jesus Christ is not coming from the Holy Spirit and teach this blasphemous heresy as a teaching of the Catholic Church just compounds the grave consequences that is coming out of this man's mouth. Bergoglio is the Juda Iscariot sitting on the Chair of St.Peter. Bergoglio got help to win the vote in the Conclave by no other than Cardinal Kasper who is the catalyst and inspiration for heretical Amoris Laetitia.

Dan said...

Bergogolio doesn't just say people can get to heaven without Christmas - somehow situations can become "valid" without the Church.

I'm waiting to see how long before the women who think they can consecrate bread and wine suddenly have "valid" orders.

Bergogolio implies that with persistence comes validity, and I don't think one can make the argument that "validity" only occurs with co-habitating couples.

Spiderboy 705 said...

I disagree with you. Pope Francis is very connected to the Holy Spirit. God bless you Pope Francis. He is trying to clean our church up. What a disgrace these priests(men) have been to our church. Thank God for you Pope Francis.