Wednesday, 14 October 2015

"You cannot trust what you are hearing from Fr. Lombardi and Fr. Rosica." - and more about "irregular families"

The beginning of the second week came to a screeching halt in the press hall when Fr. Federico Lombardi and Fr. Thomas Rosica had to address the news of a letter that had been signed by a number of cardinals last week saying, 
In fact, whenever anything happens of controversy in the Synod Hall among the bishops, Fr. Lombardi and Fr. Rosica say nothing, reveal nothing, talk about none of it. They are masters at their profession of manipulating and orchestrating the flow of information to the media.
Fr. Lombardi hadn't told them about it, Lombardi simply answered, "I don’t have to tell you anything I don't want to."
And the point here is this: You cannot trust what you are hearing from Fr. Lombardi and Fr. Rosica.
Why all the secrecy, the deception, the stacking of the deck? These are legitimate questions, and the Vatican has a duty to deal in a straightforward fashion, not play duck and weave when it comes to information.
So far, the press has heard very little from Fr. Lombardi and Fr. Rosica except those heterodox positions. ... Meanwhile, those cardinals who oppose this heterodoxy are not heard from, aren't brought to the press briefings, and their concerns and objections are not reported by Frs. Lombardi and Rosica. It's like dealing with the KGB information officer.
Every day, reporters gather into the press hall to essentially be presented propaganda from heterodox Churchmen, who use the Vatican's Press Office to muzzle orthodox dissent from within the Synod Hall. 
Is Father Rosica saying that we need to accept this as a "family?"
(Vox's artwork over their posteriors)
Fr. Rosica and his non-stop drum-banging to keep the issue of homosexuality alive in the press room. Not a day goes by that he doesn't introduce heterodox language about gay sex into the press hall discussion.
Most recently, attributing it to the discussions in the Hall, Fr. Rosica said we have to begin to accept the changing understanding of family. He spoke of single-parent families, and, of course, managed to slip in (like he always does) his daily dose of sodomite propaganda: "same-sex families." Rosica is constantly jamming — a term developed by militant homosexuals which means constantly injecting into the conversation incorrect vocabulary that blurs the lines. 

There is no such thing as a same-sex family. Families are modeled on the Holy Family, not the current societal trendy flavor of the month, especially one as twisted and perverse as children submitted to two men having sex.
But Michael, Father Rosica said that the Holy Family was "irregular"
Rosica has to go — and while they're at it, so does most of the staff at the press hall. Until they start being more open and transparent, as well as more orthodox, they aren't worth listening to.


Unknown said...

Since we are in the month of the Holy Rosary and having just lived the 98th anniversary of the Miracle at Fatima, I thought it would be fitting to quote Blessed Jacinta. The last statements uttered before she died:
-"The sins which cause most souls to go to Hell are the sins of the flesh"
--"Many marriages are not good; they do not please Our Lord, and they are not of God."
We can be certain, this pertained to 'homosexual unions' -- they are not of God, they never will be no matter how many prelates place their stamp of approval on such filth.
Neither can adulterous unions ever be blessed, Our Lord was VERY CLEAR in His words on such unions.
Calling the Holy Family irregular and comparing Them to the unnatural, derogatory and evil homosexual unions is blasphemous, where is Rosica's fear of the Lord?

Unknown said...

For some reason Rosica equates faithful people, who attend Holy Mass regularly, who pray the Rosary, with the worst degenerates out there. He seems to have a serious problem with people who are Faithful to God and the Church. And yes Rosica, even if people fall into sin, it is the sanctifying grace of the sacraments, of attendance of Holy Mass and prayer (especially the Rosary) that will help them 'get up' and try again.
"Those who claim that they love God (and they go to Church all the time and pray the Rosary every day) but at the same time we are jerks to their wives – or treat our employees like garbage, or say nasty things about those “others” who are different, do not really love God at all.

I have not really gone into these in much detail, but enough to give you some food for thought. Write to me to share your thoughts and come back next week so we can learn what this all means in terms of defining love."

Let me guess what his next comment will be, "...homosexuals, although irregular in their unions, can show more love than regular church goers.."

Francisco Vilaça Lopes said...


TLM said...

WhatIsupwiththesynod website has a petition for the laity to sign, as well as Steve Skojec, A Blog for Dallas area Catholics and others. A letter to the faithful Bishops asking them to either stand unambiguously and strongly demanding orthodoxy in Catholic teaching on marriage or ...... WALK. Especially if the nonsense continues.

I signed and also left a comment. I would encourage the laity that care so deeply that Our Lord's Church is being ravaged by evil wolves to do the same.

Unknown said...

It's widely circulated story that when Fr. Rosica was in charge of Toronto's Newman Centre, one of his male employees "married a man." Fr. Rosica is said to have bought the man flowers ...

Maudie N Mandeville said...

I wonder what Michael Voris' view of Marcel Lefebvre will be when divorce and remarried is not codified but defacto after this synod, year after year, decade after decade, century after century?

Anonymous said...

Rosica may ask: " Was any family ever more irregular than the one from Nazareth?"

Well yes...a family where one can be a sodomite, lesbian or transexual and still expect to serve a Holy God.

How dare he equate the Holy Family as being 'irregular' !

You will NOT succeed rosica, in reducing HOLINESS to your ' worldly' level.
May God have mercy on you.