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Thursday, 10 May 2018

Michael Matt and Glenn Beck discuss Jorge Bergoglio


5 comments:

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

If being a Catholic means not saying yes for yes, and no for no, avoiding clear statements and refusing to judge evil as such, Michael Matt is a perfect example of one - in this conversation.
He was asked to answer genuine concerns of those from outside the Church, who really wanted to know, and he decided to be diplomatic rather than truthful.

Kathleen1031 said...

I heard that, I thought it was a very good interview. I give Michael Matt credit, it is really hard to talk to a non-Catholic about the dissolution of the Church, I mean, it's hard to talk to a Catholic about it, let alone someone with less frame of reference. Michael Matt did a good job hitting the highlights. Or the lowlights. It was informative and no doubt informed a lot of listeners who may not know what we are suffering and why, basically, we can't stand the guy. (Yeah I know, we're supposed to love him. You love him, I can't.)

lmpivon said...

Dorota, don't you think maybe you're being a bit harsh on Michael? It seemed to me that he expressed the shocking concerns we all have had about Bergoglio. However, it is obvious Glenn Beck is a Neocon and anti-Putin, anti-Russia and has fallen for all the propaganda the Media has spewed out. Although Russia was not "formally" consecrated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, he was reportedly consecrated by John Paul II under his breath in front of all the Bishops. If this is true, it is not surprising how Russia's Christianity has been increasing exponentially annually.

TLM said...

I listened to this earlier on the Remnant site. Just listened to it again to see if there was any hesitancy on the part of Michael Matt on the outrage of faithful Catholics to the 'Pope' and the Vatican in general. I saw no hesitation whatsoever. I think he did a great job and didn't water down at all what Catholics are dealing with in the Bergoglian Papacy, and in articulating how out of line this 'Pope' is. As far as I'm concerned he 'told it the way it is'. Two thumbs up from me, I thought he nailed it.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

I might be.
Hesitated before I sad this, but... decided that we need to be more straightforward.

I asked myself whether this was the time to express deep concern, or to ring the alarm bell. Opted for the latter.

With this impostor and Church hater, when the whole world wonders, Catholics might want to stop honoring him, as though he truly were pope. Not to me. Impossible.