Wednesday, 10 July 2019

Pope Francis condemns Catholic "Fanatics" about doctrinal clarity

Observe the look on this filthy monster's face when he calls you and me "fanatics." He hates us. 

Did you know that?


28 comments:

Anonymous said...

Of course we know that. We feel that. We experience that every single day. What else can we expect than hatred from son of perdition and all his partisans?
JbD

Anonymous said...

Pope - who hates - comes from the devil's dark .kingdom. The church is under influence of the satanic forces from the top. And this exactly was the III Secret of Fatima. Pure and simple.

Anonymous said...

He was talking about Christians ,not Catholics. Perhaps he was referring to the dozens of different Christian sects .

Anonymous said...

Given his remarks, I would not hesitate to propose that he is condemning all our saints, all previous popes who condemned error, and those of us who believe the unchanging truths of the Catholic Faith. And to anonymous above, I believe he was talking about Catholics.

Jeannette

Michael Ortiz said...

Well, one should not be a fanatic. While I agree with this blog’s take on the current crisis, we ourselves should always renew our intentions so they remain charitable, well-intentioned. That being said, as Augustine once put it, sometimes charity carries a stick.

Anonymous said...

I've never heard the Pope use the term Catholic to distinguish the Church he heads as opposed to the many different Christian sects,I was trying to make that point, which I did badly.

Anonymous said...

He despises finatics. I wonder what he thinks when he looks at the crucifix.



DisturbedMary

Michael Dowd said...

Condemning those who hold to Catholic doctrine is itself an act of apostasy and fanaticism.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 9:12 am

The pope is sadomasochistly unclear. He can never be pinned down to his heresies. He takes pleasure in watching us go off in all directions. Catch me if you can! The Father of Confusion despises the faithful.

DisturbedMary

Anonymous said...

He lashes out against Catholics who hold to the doctrines and teachings of the Church because of his guilty conscience. He knows he is sowing error and confusion and in his sense of guilt attacks those who are in the right. By his words, he is condemning all his predecessors in the papacy, all the the Saints, and Christ Himself. We can only pray that he will be freed from the evil power that controls him.

Nandarani said...

Francis isn't referring to other Christians, as some commenters think, but to a group he has targeted in North America primarily but not exclusively, which he terms 'wealthy' - those who whether wealthy or not are following traditional Catholic bishops. All the bishops and priests he targets have followers who are unable to assist at traditional masses; all of them have presence on line, in podcasts, videos, mass feeds, and so forth.

One example of an extremely intelligent traditional priest would be Fr. Jenkins, who has been teaching at his school for decades, commuting to serve those at a distance associated with the Society of St. Pius V, as also do most traditional priests, and who can be appreciated by all at What Catholics Believe. This is not an advertisement I am no more promoting him than any of the other traditional priests and bishops - but all are light years ahead of 'Francis.'

Anonymous said...

I wonder what that audience was thinking as he did his hate spin? I looked carefully but could not see the top of anyone's head coming off. One priest in front has his hand in front of his mouth as if suppressing a scream. Most of the clerics up front had their eyes down as if to say: can't look at this guy. hat if he reads my mind?

DisturbedMary

Johnno said...

Even the HBO writers for the Young Pope in that infamous Sistine Chapel Address scene, saw "Fanatics for God" as a desirable thing akin to love.

Yeah, Frank, we are fanatics for the Truth and clarity. Something which disturbs your conscience daily as it does your cadre of compromised company you keep.

Just stick to your plan to 'not say a word' and let us ask Benedict a few questions about his 'resignation' and not hear from your supporters pretending to speak on his behalf. We want some fanatical clarity there...

JayJay said...

Nice to know I'm doing the right thing! Talk about a wolf in sheep's clothing. I guess he fits the bill. Thank heavens he's not a pope.

Kathleen1031 said...

We don't understand how any well meaning Catholic could still accept him, listen to him at all. He is a false pope, an altogether odious person. He slings more insults than anyone else, and talks out of both sides of his mouth. He clearly despises actual Catholicism and faithful Catholics.
He just said in a homily Jesus becomes "bread", and he refuses to kneel before the Holy Eucharist. He doesn't believe in the Real Presence. The capper is the Amazon synod, the weirdest thing yet. The pope is elevating and recommending paganism, the occult, shamans (witch doctors), and the practices of the Yanomami Tribe, suicide, polygamy, and sexual child abuse. We have "much to learn" from them. ??? Who is insane, him or us.
Can Catholics still love Christ and yet honor the man who destroys the Church Christ began?

Catechist Kev said...

Well, if PF was speaking of Catholics, I guess he would have... uh, upbraided(?) this guy, too?:

"3 As I urged you when I was going to Macedonia, remain at Ephesus that you may charge certain persons not to teach any *different doctrine*, 4 nor to occupy themselves with myths and endless genealogies which promote speculations rather than the divine training that is in faith; 5 whereas the aim of our charge is love that issues from a pure heart and a good conscience and sincere faith. 6 Certain persons by swerving from these have wandered away into vain discussion, 7 desiring to be teachers of the law, without understanding either what they are saying or the things about which they make assertions. 8 Now we know that the law is good, if any one uses it lawfully, 9 understanding this, that the law is not laid down for the just but for the lawless and disobedient, for the ungodly and sinners, for the unholy and profane, for murderers of fathers and murderers of mothers, for manslayers, 10 immoral persons, sodomites, kidnapers, liars, perjurers, and whatever else is contrary to *sound doctrine*, 11 in accordance with the glorious gospel of the blessed God with which I have been entrusted." (1 Tim 1:3-11, stars added for emphasis)

Anonymous said...

He is of the Sanhedrin. Yes he and they hate us and hate Christ. When the completely infiltrated Council of Vatican ll wrote their perverse documents a major one was Nostra Aetate. One of the chief consultants was Abraham Herschel who openly commented "I want to attack christians in their souls", wake up catholics and know the enemy of Christ is essentially the same one today as the one that crucified Him 2000 years ago.

Anonymous said...

Once again the people are been asked to choose Christ or Barrabbas.

TLM said...

The poor priests who had to sit there thru that hate filled DIABOLICAL diatribe!!

Tom A. said...

The only ones in the room with him were fellow modernists.

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Anonymous said...


Kathleen, above, said it: "an altogether odious person."

Bergoglio is a filthy human being with no talents, accomplishments or knowledge.

Anonymous said...

Look at those silent, gullible people, some of them are even pastors of souls. TS

Vox Cantoris said...

UNKNOWN,

You are forever blocked from ever commenting here, your address is set to SPAM.

Begone, you faggot priest.

Anonymous said...

Pity Pope Francis does not condemn the sacreliges taken place in Catholic Churches https://www.traditioninaction.org/RevolutionPhotos/A841-Halle.htm

Tom A. said...

The Novus Ordo is the biggest sacrilege taken place in former Catholic Churches.

Anonymous said...

They are fanatics about "doctrine that is not clear."

To be clear, most bishops and priests today have practically no familiarity with doctrine that is older than Vatican II.

TS

Irenaeus said...

Unfortunately, I already knew that.