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Saturday, 4 February 2017

Basta Bergoglio, Basta!


"Hey Francis,  you police congregations, priests are removed, (you have) decapitated the Order of Malta and the Franciscans (Friars of the Immaculate), ignored Cardinals ... 
but where is your mercy?"


16 comments:

Ana Milan said...

Great news. Necessary for worldwide follow-up so that PF & cronies get the message - the Catholic world demands you sign the Dubia NOW or resign Papal Office.

Anonymous said...

A France' is idiomatic for a colloquial "Hey Francis", the rest of the translation is OK. It is not Italian but Romanesco, modern Roman dialect.

Vox Cantoris said...

Thanks!

Marsaili said...

At least it's not just trads who are raising the alarm about Francis, though I suppose it could be trads who have put up these excellent posters.


Mike Hurcum said...

Is it not tje time to march on Rome

Dan said...

I would love to have this poster.

Anonymous said...

Vox,

What's the English translation of the tweet by Antonio Socci?

Margaret

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

How many times do I have to say, call me Jorge!

Tell you what, you rigid, bead-counting neo-pelagians - your garment is one of very poor quality. The refreshing rain of progress fell upon it, you got thoroughly soaked in my holy spirit (four years now!), and what happened, eh?

Your garment shrunk, and now you are constrained by this poor-quality material, by your stupid doctrines and rules. You cowards, always closed, always rigid, following commandments, and all of them, too!

Don't you know, joyless cowards, that this impedes your progress? You get nothing done.

Do not expect ME to respond to your dumb posters. Too busy cleaning up, gotta run.

Jorge

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

@ Mike Hurcum

No worries. I think religion of peace and her ISIS got it covered. Haven't they always said they would fly their flag over the Vatican?

Ralph E. said...

I love it. I love it. And we've only just begun. Is a revolution coming? If I would live in Rome I would certainly join them and cover all the walls with posters too. And the picture is perfect. We all know this mean face very well. Come on guys. Go ahead, make my day. I suppose they could be at St. Peter's basilica next week with banners saying "Bergoglio go home" !?.

Wouldńt it be nice and also ironic if PF would announce his abdication on February 11?

Anonymous said...

I wish i knew who they were, so i could donate some money for their printing costs. This is the best scenery i have seen for a long time. Well done. Viva Rome, you just posted what millions of Catholics think world wide... Hey Jorge your days are numbered, you have been exposed for the demon you are. A two faced snake, your mercy is a lie, your papacy is a lie, it's high time your resigned for your very own soul is at stake.

Anil Wang said...

Is this really what we have come to? ... Praising cowardly anonymous attacks on the Pope? That does nothing. If you want to really attack the Pope while being anonymous at least be effective.


For starters, internationally campaign to withhold collections on any unfaithful priest and instead of money place a card that says why such in the collection plate. If the priest and bishop are faithful but are silent, support them but also fill the collection each week with encouragement to man up. "Pope answer the Dubia, defend faithful Catholics".

If this is done in all dioceses each week, silent bishops will be feed up and do something. But is the laity feed up enough to act globally and relentlessly?

Stephen Lowe said...

Why is it either/or. Both especially done in tandem, are great. Pressure from the laity.

Eirene said...

Yes, Anil Wang - this IS what we have come to because nothing else has worked. I applaud those who organised those posters - nothing cowardly about them! Interesting to note (from another source) that the "authorities" worked feverishly throughout the city of Rome during Saturday to get the posters off the walls by sun down! These same authorities take forever to get graffiti off any areas in that city! Double standards seem to prevail everywhere, don't they?!

Anonymous said...

Keep going Vox - we will take bergoglio down bit by bit - priest read your blog - I know this here in ireland

Anonymous said...

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