Friday, 27 September 2019

Poop Francis the Great - Hypocrite!

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Rigid? Who, me?

Well it seems that Jesuit intellectual bumpkin Antonio Spadaro, S.J. has published in La Civiltà Cattolica some comments by Bergoglio of Rome. If Bergoglio thinks Spadaro is his friend then he dumber than anyone thought. Spadaro is doing Poop Francis no favours, but unwittingly, he is doing it for us.

He slanderously (condemned in the same talk) labels American Catholics and Evangelicals as an "ecumenism of hate."  While criticizing those who attach labels and adjectives he calls young faithful Catholic priests who dress like priests as suffering from "rigid clericalism" in an attempt to hide their "moral problems." This from the Pontificating Pervert Protector who covered up for McCarrick, and numerous others in Rome and Argentina.

"Have you never seen young priests all stiff in black cassocks and hats in the shape of the planet Saturn on their heads? Behind all the rigid clericalism there are serious problems.” 

In his projection, he condemned those who are preoccupied on Catholic morality saying:


“Exclusive moral fixation on the sixth commandment” (God’s prohibition against adultery, fornication and other sexual sins) was another dimension of clericalism. We focus on sex and then we do not give weight to social injustice, slander, gossip and lies. The Church today needs a profound conversion in this area.”
Pope Francis got a fancy new sombrero on his trip to Mexico
Rigid clericalist hiding his sexual perversions

19 comments:

Peter Lamb said...

Unbelievabul! At least these creatures of hell are now out in the open where all can see them. May God strike them dead!

Meem said...

La Cucaracha!

mazara said...

Sounds like the Bible is been replaced by a walking talking grammer book, what ever happened to plain speaking, "Let your yea be yea, and your nay be nay,all else comes from the Devil"

C. LaSalle said...

I don't believe that PF ever listens to what he has said or reads what he has written. If he did, he'd be shocked as the rest of us are.

Anonymous said...

I wonder what Pope Leo XIII and St. Pope Pius X think of this joker???

Michael Dowd said...

The more PF tells us what he really thinks the greater the number of Catholics will understand what he is all about. The problem with idea is that most Catholics will agree with PF. They are used to cafeteria Catholicism with a very open 6th Commandment and the more open the better they would say. Vatican II has done its damage as was planned.

Aqua said...

It is impossible to “excessively fixate” on any of God’s commandments.

“Thy Word have I hid in my heart, that I might not sin against Thee”, (Ps 119:11).

“But his delight is in the Law of the Lord, and in His Law he meditates day and night (Ps 1:2).

“The book of the Law must not depart from your mouth, you are to recite it day and night, so that you may be careful to do everything written in it” (Josh 1:8).

“The fear of the Lord is pure, enduring forever. The decrees of the Lord are firm, and all of them are righteous. They are more precious than gold, yea than much pure gold; they are sweeter than honey, than honey from the honeycomb” (Ps 19: 9,10).

“For I tell you truly, until heaven and earth pass away, not a single jot, not a stroke of the pen shall pass of the Law till all be fulfilled” (Matt 5:18 - Red words of Jesus Christ).

These are the words of God Himself to mankind; each of us. This is what God wants us to know and do, if we wish to live and be happy.

If we wish to die and spend eternity with our personal demons in sulphur and fire - ignore the Law and live as Bergoglio / Spadaro suggest.

If we wish to live in happiness and eternal bliss with our Guardian Angel, communion of Saints in Paradise, Our Lady and the Most Holy Trinity, then we must live according to the Law God gave us, fulfilled in Jesus Christ, as His willing disciples, following Him in the Way to Calvary.

TLM said...

Only a totally nasty evil man would publicly say such things. The Church needs a 'conversion' alright! From BERGOGLIO!

jim norwood said...

And what do we hear from the Bishops?........... Crickets!

Jorge Cerra said...

He has some qualities to be a bouncer, job that he should have never left. He opens his mouth to always offend somebody.

Cam said...

"Rigid clericalism"? You mean like a bishop ripping his hand away from laymen? It's all on video for everyone to see.

Anonymous said...

When they understand adultery to be RAPE! MAYBE, they will see it is MUCH MORE SERIOUS than TALK!!!!!

Without repentance it is RAPE FOR YEARS AND YEARS AND YEARS. Some of us lost EVERYTHING to our RAPISTS, INCLUDING OUR KIDS, AND THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY ENCOURAGES AND SUPPORTS RAPE.

THIS IS A FACT. IT IS NOT FROM HEARSAY. THIS IS FROM A VICTIM!

WHEN FROM, THE OLD PAPAL RESIDENCE, ON WORLD WIDE BROADCAST, JORGE ADMITS THROUGH TEARS THAT HE HAS BEEN SUPPORTING AND ENCOURAGING ENDLESS RAPES, THEN MAYBE I MIGHT LISTEN TO THE NEXT WORDS FROM HIS, UNTIL THEN, STILL WORSHIPING MOUTH!!!!!!!

ABANDONED DAD AND HUSBAND AND VICTIM OF UNREPENTED ADULTERY/RAPE

Anonymous said...

This guy is just a jerk.

TLM said...

If I've seen one, I've now seen a dozen or more pictures of different priests and bishops in their cassocks and saturnos on twitter. Fr. Z has a 'saturno donation' place on his site and so does go fund me. There are now many priests requesting saturnos (as they are expensive) which I for one will contribute to. I think we 'may' be seeing a backlash to this man's vile mouth which I for one am just loving.....

Amy said...

My response, and this is harsh rhetoric, is that McCarrick tended towards clerical trousers. And many young men, and possible boys, had to deal with his "rigidity".

I tend to associate the black blazer and trousers clerical garb with sexual abuse....

fr anthony Brankin said...

we notice, of course, that the criticism of the young priests in black cassocks is made by someone in a white cassock.
What seems to have developed is that the cassock-- worn these days only by bishops and cardinals and popes-- is now a symbol of authority and power.
In the days when priests commonly wore cassocks-- along with prelates of every rank-- the cassock, then, was a sign of priestly fraternity and apostolic devotion.
now the cassock is worn, commonly, only by prelates. (Interestingly, most of them never even owned a cassock until their episcopal ordination. just ask them). Sadly, the cassock has become the club used to enforce episcopal authority.
fr Anthony Brankin

Peter Lamb said...

Dear Fr. Brankin,

Please may I ask you a question I have long wanted to ask a good novus ordo priest? Please ignore it if you prefer. I was educated in Loreto Convent and Christian Brothers College. I remember the Priests, Nuns And Brothers very well from the beginning of the 1950s. Nuns and Brothers were plentiful. Now there is not one left in either school. Their words were holy, and their lives and actions were just as holy, but spoke louder than words. My question: How can you as a sincere priest continue in the novus ordo church? Surely you must see the heresies and invalidities? Don't you feel you are living a sham and actually doing harm to souls by promoting and affording recognition to these terrible heretics? Why do you not leave the no and go to a sedevacantist seminary? I really wish you no disrespect and if you do not wish to answer me, I wish any other novus ordo priest would. God bless you Father.

Vox Cantoris said...

Dear Peter,

If Fr. Rankin’s ordination is invalid, which you presume it is as you suggest he attend a sedevacantist seminary,, then why refer to him as “Father?”

I have great sympathy and understanding for people who believe but the chair is empty because I understand it is an extreme reaction to an extremely distressing situation.

God and his great mercy made it so that the sacraments are very simple in their validity. Form, matter and intent. Ordination to the priesthood is done by the laying on of hands the intent to do it the intent to receive it in the intent to do with the church intends. But they may come when the Eucharist is invalid because it will not be the Eucharist. But that day has not come. Beyond the laying on of hands and the intent the rest of the ordination ceremony is prayer and ritual. I am not saying that it does not mean anything, I am saying that it is not what is necessary for ordination to the priesthood. I know you know this.

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