Sunday, 20 March 2016

The Church enters Her Passion

It is reportedly signed. The Apostolic Exhortation of the Bishop of Rome in response to the two Synods on the Family. He chose the Feast of St. Joseph the Patron of the Church and of the Family. It was apparently written by an alleged archbishop who is an expert on kissing. 

Hilary White sums it up pretty well, it's worth a visit just for the laugh.

My prediction?

He will go right to the line because he know he cannot cross it. It will be a rambling and incoherent statement of confusion that will hold something for everyone. It will be disguised as orthodox and faithful yet it will be a diabolical door to those who would further undermine the faith. In doing that, he will have in fact, crossed the line.

We need to remind ourselves of what these men believe and what they say. They have all revealed themselves:

Thomas Rosica has frequently disclosed their plan. Shall we look at it again?

"Will this Pope re-write controversial Church doctrines? No. But that isn't how doctrine changes. Doctrine changes when pastoral contexts shift and new insights emerge such that particularly doctrinal formulations no longer mediate the saving message of God's transforming love. Doctrine changes when the Church has leaders and teachers who are not afraid to take note of new contexts and emerging insights. It changes when the Church has pastors who do what Francis has been insisting: leave the securities of your chanceries, of your rectories, of your safe places, of your episcopal residences go set aside the small minded rules that often keep you locked up and shielded from the world."

With that quote, (originating at the NCReporter) Father Thomas J. Rosica, on numerous occasions, laid out the plans of those who would undermine the faith. How could we think that it might come from the Bishop of Rome himself?

In this previous report by Sandro Magister, French Dominican theologian Thomas Michelet has written: 
This lack of clarity would also end up making the concluding proposals of the synod ambiguous, opening the way to pastoral practices so diversified as to undermine the unity of the doctrine concerning the indissolubility of marriage, even if in words it is reaffirmed as intact.
The heretical and racist Walter Kasper, an arrogant, clericalist churchman if every there were one, has said:
“This will be the first step of a reform that will make the Church turn a page after 1700 years.”
What a tragic figure this man is.What a disgraceful thing to say. He is a heretic and a protestant to think that that the Church was wrong from Constantine to Bergoglio.

Just as we are entering into Holy Week, so to is the Church Herself. Sh will survive these rats and so will we. We must oppose them, we must resist them, we must condemn each and every one of them for their betrayal. We must call upon Our Lord Himself to take vengeance upon them and cleanse the Church of these Judases. 

Then, they will have their reward.


Guest said...

After the fall of the Papal States in 1870, the Popes from Pius IX through Pius XI declared themselves "prisoners of the Vatican". I humbly submit that Pope Francis is a prisoner of the Vatican, with this significant difference: His predecessors were physical prisoners. Pope Francis is a prisoner in the sense that he was and is being influenced by the likes of Kasper et al.

O dear God, deliver our Pontiff from the influence of these evil men!

Most Holy Mother of God, Conqueror of all heresies, pray to God for the Pope and us sinners!

St. Joseph, Head of the Holy Family and terror of demons, pray to God for the Pope and us sinners!

St. Michael, defend the Church!

Dorota said...

at Guest

Isn't it curious that he is not a willing servant (a prisoner of sort) of Jesus Christ instead?

He has chosen his preferred influences long before this papacy, and it is not doctrines that Jesus has taught, and because of this choice the election followed. Why does he get to be the victim, when he is the perpetrator?

This is not a naive man, this is a shrewd Jesuit.

Mark Thomas said...

I don't believe that we should trouble ourselves with speculation as to what is contained in Pope Francis' upcoming Apostolic Exhortation. His Holiness has time and again upheld and promoted the Church's teachings on the family. Therefore, there isn't any reason to believe that Pope Francis would undermine the family via his Apostolic Exhortation.

Vox-permitting, I urge my brothers and sisters in Jesus Christ to go to the following link:

You will find from December 17, 2014 A.D. to September 16, 2015 A.D., 27 General Audience addresses on the family. Pope Francis began with the model of the Catholic family, Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.

From there, Pope Francis discussed the God-given roles proper to men and women...he discussed children, grandparents, marriage, family and siblings, family and the elderly, family and illness, family and death, family and the father, family and the father, family and prayer.

It is unimaginable that His Holiness would have spent month, after month, after month defending and promoting the Church's ancient pro-family teachings only to undermine those teachings via his Apostolic Exhortation.

Please, let's remain serene as Pope Francis has been a staunch defender and promoter of the Catholic family.


Mark Thomas

S. Armaticus said...

I for one am calm.

Francis will not cross the line. He is too cowardly (ahemmm Jesuitical) to do that. We will have a feast of ambiguity and everything will go back to the way it was. Catholics will be Catholics and heretics will continue going down the road to.....

On the bright side, and there always is a bright side, is that the Law of Unintended Consequences is a work. One of the unintended consequences of the Francis pontificate is that it has forced us Catholics to go back to the basics and become reacquainted with the treasure that He and countless generations have provided for us. What is of greater importance, is that we see a groundswell of Catholicism coming from some very unexpected places. The one that has me jumping for joy is the effort by the Spanish clerics who produce the Denzinger-Bergolio website. From what I can tell, it appears as if the loyal sons of the Catholic Church and heir apparent's to the Holy Inquisition legacy have not disappointed. As I read this website, I get the sense that they are preparing an "indictment" against Francis for the "immanent" council that must judge his heresy. I like to refer to this council as the "Council of Econe".

So in this season of His Passion and the Passion of His Church, we must fast and pray and always be cognizant that the gates of Hell shall not prevail and know that His sacrifice was not in vane.

A quiet and peaceful Holy Week and Easter...


Catholic Mission said...

Cardinal Kaspar said that if there could be a change in ecclesiology why not on giving the Eucharist to the divorced?
The change in ecclesiology took place by assuming there was known salvation outside the Church.

Rahner's Anonymous Christian is main line Catholic theology : coming back full circle

Guest said...

Do you have a link for that website? I'd like to take a look at it. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

While Bishops and Cardinals remain silent, here is an excerpt from an open letter (which was once closed), by Fr. Conrad Saldhana, Archdiocese of Bombay, India, regarding the Washing of the Feet on Holy Thursday. Given this letter, he may not be there for long, and may be sent "packing"...he is now included in my daily prayers.

Full link below the excerpt:

"The Pope as head of the Church has every right to change the rubric of the Church. Thus the head of the Congregation for liturgy could be a sitting duck or a mere onlooker if the Pope seeks to over throw every genuine tradition handed down to us through the liturgy.

But in the washing of the feet ritual on Maundy Thursday no man born of a woman has the right to change what Christ has decreed to his holy apostles, in a Canonical Scripture text, not even a self-styled super Pope; even if made super by playing to the galleries under a full media glare.

It is not mere rubrics, which has been changed, as some tend to argue, but a Canonical scripture whose interpretation is now up for grabs, more so in our times when it needs to be upheld, especially by every man in the red skull cap and the white one, who are supposed to Lord and Teach in a humble spirit. The ones in the red are even called to martyrdom in upholding the faith of Christ, as proved by the many who received the mandate before them.

The Pope, on the other hand, seems to be scoring a brownie point with the aid of the media, communicating an indiscriminate idea of service to the world. The secular world has lapped it all up.

Let’s understand the mind of Jesus concerning this noble service:"

Read the rest here - the post is entitled heresy and apostasy

Toeknee said...

It is too late, he has already crossed the line:

Concerning the "conflict" between the fifth and sixth commandments, this is the issue:

The Council of Trent

Sixth Session


On the fruit of Justification, that is, on the merit of good works, and on the nature of that merit.


CANON XVIII.-If any one saith, that the
commandments of God are, even for one that is justified and constituted in grace, impossible to keep; let him be anathema.

Tony Liuzzo

Anonymous said...

C Jorge's Papacy is a Complete JOKE!

Catholic Mission said...

Pope Benedict's heretical interview to Avvenire prepares Catholics to receive a sacrilegeous Synod report after Easter

Catholic Mission said...

MARCH 27, 2016

Card. Ratzinger interpreted Vatican Council II with an irrationality when a rational option was available .He then excommunicated Abp. Lefebvre and the SSPX bishops for not accepting this heretical version of the faith