Saturday, 3 March 2018

Some of us night the day Bergoglio came out, with others, it takes a little time

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6 comments:

Michael Dowd said...

Phil Lawler is a middle of the road kind of conservative and gave a middle of the road critique of Pope Francis. It is if a biography was written about Al Capone saying he had a tendency to misappropriate things and was somewhat harsh in how he treated others.

Ana Milan said...

I was expecting a much more pungent interview that what we witnessed. I suppose it's better late than never that our canon lawyers & theologians are at last beginning to see the light & are disturbed enough by it to write about their newly acquired insights. Their reticence & that of the silent Cardinals has prolonged this apostasy by a wide margin which now has to be made up for. They are collectively obliged by their Catholic faith to call for an immediate imperfect council in order to instruct the faithful not to follow this Judas pope & formally announce a schism which, in turn, can provide us with proper elections to fill the Seat of Peter. Let those prelates who will fulfil this function be aware that another radical Marxist/Masonic/Modernist will not be acceptable & that a return to Tradition is of the utmost importance, followed immediately by the consecration of Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

TC said...

I hope it's ok for me to mention Phil Lawler's wife's blog at likemotherlikedaughter.org and her book "The Little Oratory", both which I highly recommend for women. It's important for us to surround ourselves with "good" media and both these encourage living the Catholic faith and nurturing our homes and families.

As for the comment above that Phil Lawler is "middle of the road", that's where plenty of us are. Very careful. Very hesitant. But eyes wide open. I think that's prudent.

Michael Dowd said...

I agree with Ana Milan. "They (Cardinals) are collectively obliged by their Catholic faith to call for an immediate imperfect council in order to instruct the faithful not to follow this Judas pope & formally announce a schism which, in turn, can provide us with proper elections to fill the Seat of Peter.

Tom A. said...

And who will be a part of this imperfect council? You might be able to find 2 or 3 bishops who still hold the true faith. Maybe.

Tom A. said...

This imperfect council you seek could be held in someones living room. There simply are not any Cardinals or Bishops left who are not modernists.