Wednesday, 6 November 2019

Fr. Mitch Pacwa dresses down Bergoglio!

EWTN’s Father Mitch Pacwa and the Register... - YouTube
"Knock it off. We are not stupid. We are not. This is an idol... Stop. You are talking about making an offering to a goddess." -Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.



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From Mundabor:
Also, please reflect on this: Father Pacwa describes a hierarchy composed of “gods of the mountains” first, “pachamama” (goddess of the earth) below them, and Jesus, Mary and the Saints below Pachamama. Is such a hierarchy not perfectly consistent with the beliefs of a man who refuses to genuflect in front of the Blessed Sacrament, denies the Divine nature of Our Lord whilst on earth, and – most recently – denies His bodily Resurrection? Actually, it seems to me that the behaviour is in line with this idolatry, and the only thing that speaks against it is that this man appears to have no faith at all, and the Pachamama stuff might just be the way he chooses to anger you like the stupid child he is.

8 comments:

mazara said...

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/statue-of-ancient-god-of-child-sacrifice-put-on-display-in-rome-days-before-amazon-synod

knldgskr said...

Why a bowl? According to Pachamama tradition, it a statue is not available, she is present in a bowl of dirt.

"If it is difficult for you to move to a natural space to offer to Mother Earth, do not worry, you can perform your own ritual at home:- Use a bottle or flower pot full of dirt, there you proceed to make a hole, it is recommended to do it with your hands to connect with the energy of the ritual. - A kind of well is made, and food and drinks are poured for the enjoyment of the Pachamama. The food option is extensive, one can place anything from fruits to Creole foods and seeds. In the case of drinks, chicha, natural juices, honey, wine, even coca leaves are suggested. Then we proceed to cover it with dirt and flowers. Every year more people join in and they learn to leave our daily work and reflect and realize who we are, where we are and have this gesture of recognition and thanks to Mother Earth, which we say is humanity, the earth, the air, the animals, the water, the fire, which is everything that makes our life."
https://www.daytours4u.com/en/travel-guide/daytours4u/pachamama-day/

Kathleen1031 said...

God bless Fr. Mitch Pacwa. I want to thank him most sincerely for this.
He is a Jesuit. This will not be easy for him. He has stood apart from the club and denounced the hero. He has broken ranks with the apostates and gone his own way. He put the care of the flock entrusted to him by Christ ahead of his own comfort and career. He has taken the part of a true shepherd, risking it all to guard the sheep. He has proven he is without doubt a son of the church and a friend to Christ. His allegiance to God is clear. He has warned the faithful, who need to hear him and act accordingly. Out of sheer love for his duty to God and man he has fulfilled the expectations of the vows of office he took. He has spoken correctly. Bergolio has shown himself an apostate. Faithful Catholics should consider him anathema. He has broken the First Commandment and defiled St. Peter's and Saint Maria of Traspontina by bringing in a demon idol to be worshiped, which is against divine law.
All Catholics need to understand this and also understand they must not give aid and assistance to a man, men, or a church, that has apostatized.

TLM said...

There are only 3 programs I will watch on EWTN: Raymond Arroyo's 'World Over', Fr. Mitch Pacwa, and Fr. Spitzer's Universe. We actually do have a few (if only a very few) good Jesuits left. Pray for them, they are a scant minority. They are a few of the shepherds for the faithful. God Bless them all and may Mary keep them safely tucked under her Mantle.

Unknown said...

You saidit well. Thank you.

Unknown said...

God our FatHER CREATED EVERYTHING!

lenchoy2k said...

Jesus is Lord. He is THE Lord, and his Name is above all names. Every knee will now and every tongue confess that he is Lord.

Anonymous said...

https://edwardpentin.co.uk/pachamama-new-to-the-vatican-but-no-stranger-to-the-un/