Thursday, 2 March 2017

Coccopalmerio convicts himself of heresy - implicates Pope Francis

Image result for coccopalmerioWhere does one even begin to deal with the heresy and apostasy of this Francesco Cardinal Coccopalmerio of the Holy Catholic Church? In former days, the Pope would have called him in to the Papal Apartment, made him kneel before him and strip him of his red hat and send him off to a monastery. Today, we have neither a Pope that respects his Office and Apartment, nor the Truth of the Faith in order to defend it from a heresiarch such as this.

Not only has this man now attempted to defend the heresy of his "book" on Holy Communion for those in adultery, but he implicates Pope Bergoglio by association and doubles-down with an attack on the very nature of the priesthood itself.

Can there be any doubt now, dear Catholics, how bad the situation really is? Even Phil Lawler at Catholic Culture has now written calling this, The Disastrous Papacy

Edward Pentin, arguably the most credible and well-informed and widely-read Catholic journalist today has conducted an interview with Coccopalmerio. Mr. Pentin asks the very questions you and I would ask including about St. Thomas More to which the Cardinal clearly becomes uncomfortable.

It is must reading on your list today.

Coccopalmerio is a heretic. He is an enemy of Our Lord Jesus Christ. He is a Judas, an agent of Satan, He is your enemy and he is mine.

May he be converted by the Holy Ghost, lest he deceive more or may the Lord send his angels to confound him and to smite him and carry out divine justice.


Johnno said...

There's more potential bad news and probably what we were all expecting...

From the anonymous Fra Cristoforos source, again, this is unverified.

Is this the upcoming plan?

- No Vatican III, Pope Francis will simply force his will.
- A draft for a new mass by Catholics, Lutherans and Anglicans.
- Less emphasis on the Eucharist, more on Ecumenism and unity.
- Reduced role for priest and parish. Establishment of new 'Shepherds' and 'community.'
- Shepherds can be lay Catholics, Lutherans or Anglicans. Idea is to erase distinctions.
- This new service is sort-of already being experimented with in Europe.
- A new form of 'Confession' that is open to anyone. More a communal rite 'Confessional Liturgy service' for good conscience.
- Catholic priests will still be available for private, individual Confession.
- Tests of this new service will take place in Africa and Latin America before going worldwide.
- Vast majority of Catholic Clergy are expected to go along with this.

English translation:

Dan said...

I don't doubt the real presence will be denied before too long in order to push for Christian unity. Then the resurrection.... then we'll all be some type of universalist unitarians...

I believe we'll see some real condemnation coming from our Orthodox brothers.

Anonymous said...

This position just doesn't make sense. If marriage is indissoluble, then cohabiting or having sex with someone else is adultery, and adultery has always been regarded as a mortal sin, which has always been regarded as a bar to Holy Communion. What the heck am I missing?

The Orthodox position of divorce ending a marriage and then permitting a second union, though erroneous according to the principles of Catholic doctrine, at least makes sense. It makes sense that if a marriage is ended, then a second one is not adultery. We allow that in cases of widows and widowers remarrying. But the position of Pope Francis and his henchmen simply defies reason.

Anonymous said...

I couldn't imagine a better way to eliminate faith, than what I have seen in my lifetime. It is working very well.

Bergoglio is so adept. But, he learned well under his teachers, the Popes of my lifetime.


Anonymous said...

O Brother, hearing him is just like hearing Boy Jorgeeee, the dribble that comes out of his mouth is purely satanic..
I can't help but comment to the part underneath of this idiots rambling..One can only come to the conclusion of... What a load of S--t.

(Think of a woman who lives with a married man. She has three little children. She has already been with this man for 10 years. Now the children think of her as a mother. He, the partner, is very much anchored to this woman, as a lover, as a woman. If this woman were to say: “I am leaving this mistaken union because I want to correct my life, but if I did this, I would harm the children and the partner,” then she might say: “I would like to, but I cannot.”)

Welshy said...

A credible third option.

As far as the above posted list for an "upcoming plan"...

- A draft for a new mass by Catholics, Lutherans and Anglicans. ALREADY DONE. IT IS CALLED "NOVUS ORDO".
- Less emphasis on the Eucharist, more on Ecumenism and unity. ALREADY DONE, PEOPLE!
- Reduced role for priest and parish. Establishment of new 'Shepherds' and 'community.'ALREADY DONE.
- Shepherds can be lay Catholics, Lutherans or Anglicans. Idea is to erase distinctions. ALREADY DONE.
- Vast majority of Catholic Clergy are expected to go along with this. ALREADY DID.

ALL THESE FIVE THINGS HAVE BEEN DONE SINCE VAT II. Every Novus Ordo parish exhibits this. The "mass" is new and does absolutely nothing that a Catholic Mass is meant to do. It does however do exactly what a Protestant service does. NOTHING. Tabernacles are ignored, the Cranmer table sits in front of where the Eucharist should reside. Abomination of Desolation anyone? People dress deplorably for "Mass", shorts, jeans, women in pants and heads bare. Sound like understanding that Jesus is present ? Even Adoration chapels have adorers in shorts and unveiled heads. Disgraceful! Your priests are "presiders", Prot preachers speak from your pulpits and you use "eucharistic ministers". If that isn't reduced roles for priests and blurring the destinction between priest and laity, and Catholicism and error-filled Protestantism... I do not know what is!

Your homes ate filled with John Paul II catechisms and New American Bibles. You read the encyclicals of modern day heretic popes. Burn those things! Flush out your brains and then fill them with the writings of faithful popes and trustworthy catechisms and bibles. Be the Catholics that your grandparents and great grandparents were, not these ProteMasonatholics of today. ETERNITY IS FOREVER and Yes, Francis...THERE IS A HELL.

Peter Lamb said...

"…a manifestly heretical Pope per se ceases to be Pope and Head, just as per se he ceases to be a Christian and member of the body of the Church. Therefore he can be judged by the Church and punished. This is the opinion of all the old Fathers, who teach that manifest heretics immediately lose all jurisdiction."
(St. Robert Bellarmine, De Romano Pontifice, Book II, Ch. 30; in Controversies of the Christian Faith, trans. by Fr. Kenneth Baker [Keep the Faith, 2016], p. 839.

The reason why a public heretic cannot be Pope is not that there is some Church law that legislates against this; rather, the reason is that public heresy precludes one from membership in the Church altogether: “Actually only those are to be included as members of the Church who have been baptized and profess the true faith… For not every sin, however grave it may be, is such as of its own nature to sever a man from the Body of the Church, as does schism or heresy or apostasy…” (Pope Pius XII, Encyclical Mystici Corporis, nn. 22-23).

But if someone is not even capable of being a member of the Church on account of public heresy, then much less could he be the head of the Church! This stands to reason, for “it is absurd to imagine that he who is outside can command in the Church” (Pope Leo XIII, Encyclical Satis Cognitum, n. 15.

Moreover, it is a dogma of the Holy Catholic Faith that the Church is one: “I believe … in one, holy, Catholic, and apostolic Church” (Nicene Creed). The Church is united in Faith and government. But if the head of the Church could profess a faith that is different from the rest of the Church, then this unity would be destroyed, and far from being the foundation and linchpin of ecclesiastical unity, the Papacy would be its undoing. Furthermore, if the Pope has one faith and the rest of the Church another, which faith is a member of the Church then supposed to have? The Pope’s or the Church’s? The following teaching of Pope Pius IX underscores this conundrum:

"Indeed one simple way to keep men professing Catholic truth is to maintain their communion with and obedience to the Roman Pontiff. For it is impossible for a man ever to reject any portion of the Catholic faith without abandoning the authority of the Roman Church. In this authority, the unalterable teaching office of this faith lives on. It was set up by the divine Redeemer and, consequently, the tradition from the Apostles has always been preserved.
(Pope Pius IX, Encyclical Nostis et Nobiscum, n. 17.)

A “heretical Pope” simply does not fit into this equation.

Ana Milan said...

An excellent interview as one expects from Edward Pentin. However, this man is only one of the countless Cardinals & Bishops emanating from VII who hold little or no belief in God & only entered the priesthood for their own devious reasons. They all need rooting out & while we know a good many of them including PF I am sure there are many hidden homosexuals/pederasts/paedophiles which the Rome correspondents know but haven't publicly outed yet. The time has come for a total list of all deviants & their enablers so that the faithful will know not to follow them. Hopefully such exposure will call a halt to this pontificate & the dawn of a totally new era of Tradition in the One Holy Catholic & Apostolic Church.

Paul Dale said...

Bishop Fellay, do not sign up to this fraud of a church. Keep the faith in your chapels where us faithful can come and wash the filth from our shoes. Where we can worship and adore our God in the Holy Sacrament of the altar.

Anonymous said...

"Signs Of Our Times": Ven. Fulton Sheen on Anti-Christ & Crisis in the Church & Society (1947)

Johnno said...

I would disagree that 'nothing' happens in the Novus Ordo. I believe Satan left that part intact so as to further desecrate the Lord, and stir up his anger. This is far worse.

Johnno said...

Is this the 'new' Eucharistic prayer?

Peter Lamb said...

Maybe your sacraments are valid, or maybe they are not? Relax. Don't worry!