Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Bergoglio says that "all religions want peace"


"Jorge Mario Bergoglio is the greatest threat to the Catholic Church of any man alive. If I (or anyone else) cannot speak out on that, Catholicism is not much more than a Dear Leader cult. Obviously, I do not agree that it is." Oakes Spalding

With the decapitated body of Father Jacques Hamel barely cold; with no funeral rites yet taken, Francis, Bishop of Rome, has told journalists on the aeroplane to Poland that, "every religion wants peace."

This Pope is either deluded or imbued with syncretistic modernism. If one believes that Islam is a true religion and that Mohammed was a true prophet then one must be an Arian, the very roots of this cult. It is to deny Jesus Christ and Him crucified and resurrected.

He might wish to study some of the record.

Islam has never wanted peace. Perhaps some of the 1.6 billion Mohammedans do, but not the political ideology that is Islam. There are good Muslims, yes. But it is in spite of Islam not because of it. It is a belief system devoid of grace and truth.

Here is just what has happened in this Religion of Peace, over the last 30 days.

Saying that the world is at, "a real war, not a religious war," the Bishop of Rome blamed the current war as being one of "interests, a war for money, a war for natural resources and the dominion of peoples."

The fundamental premise of the Mohammedan death cult known as Islam is world dominion and subjugation of all peoples to this religion of an antichrist. 

Perhaps this, is the "dominion" that Francis is talking about?

He continued in his erudite rambling to add, that the "world is at war, because it's lost its peace." That is like saying, "I have no money because I've lost my wallet!"

His ignorance of the historicity of hatred of Christ and Christians from Islam is profound and dangerous. His ignorance of that written about Islam by the Saints is beyond belief.

How many must die in slaughter for Jorge Bergoglio, and the rest of our effeminate leaders, to call out this monstrous death-cult? Paris was not enough. Brussels wasn't. Not Nice, either. Not Orlando. Not New York on 9-11. Not the tens of thousands of Christian and innocent Muslims in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Pakistan (by the way, how is Asia Bibi?). Not the Africans, there is no care for the slaughter there.

Nowhere does he say what must be said.

Nowhere does he call Europe back to its Catholic faith, the only way she will be saved in this world and the next.

Nowhere does he call on these radical Mohammedans to come to Our Lord Jesus Christ and be saved rather than die and spend eternity in Hell. Nowhere does he call sincere and gently Muslim people to come to He whom alone can save them.

If this is Christ's Vicar, I shudder to imagine the False Prophet!


Mark Thomas said...

Many Catholics want His Holiness Pope Francis to issue a powerful condemnation of Islam.

1. As has been the case with each Pope beginning with Blessed Paul VI, Pope Francis adheres to Vatican II's teachings on "interreligious" relations with non-Christians.

2. That means that a condemnation of Islam is out of the question.

3. As was the case with Pope Venerable Pius XII and Nazism, our Popes must walk a similar tightrope in regard to Islam. One misplaced word from our Popes would spur Islamic persecution of Catholics. In many parts of the world, Moslems would go berserk...churches and Catholic homes would be burned down. Thousands of Catholic women and girls would be raped. Thousands of Catholics would be murdered.


Mark Thomas

Unknown said...

"Nowhere does he say what must be said." That sums it up.

Ana Milan said...

If you don't have the faith you cannot call anyone to it, even if you are Christ's Vicar on earth. Our Lady has told us Rome would lose the faith & that the Apostasy would start at the top. All prophesies pertaining to to-day are being acted out with PF as centre stage. It would be fair to assume that PF & coterie do not believe in the Second Person of the Holy Trinity, His suffering & death by crucifixion & His resurrection from the dead. They simply do not believe the Creed which is a focal point of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass &, indeed, in other Christian services also. He acts as a leftwing politician would but without the necessity of being voted into office. I regard him & his following as very dangerous & continue to pray for the silent members of the Hierarchy to waken up & take the necessary action to call a Council & demand his resignation, or do as they did to PB & stress him out until he agrees to quit.

Dan said...

I think I have figured the pope out! He's a politician. I had thought he was a religious leader, but he barely speaks of the Catholic faith, and certainly would dare try to convert anyone.

It's politics all the way.

Johnno said...

It's time for Pope Francis to start wearing those Red Shoes!

We should start a petition!

Let him make this humble act in solidarity for all those Christians killed! PUT THE RED SHOES ON!!!

That said, he's half-right. The de-stabilizing of the Middle East by removing Saddam, Gadaffi and attempts to remove Assad, all for monetary geo-political interests have contributed to feeding the beast that is Islamic Jihad.

We have genuine Jihadis, alongside other Muslims who are forced to side with ISIS or die, alongside desperate ethnic Muslims who couldn't care about the Jihad but want to kill Westerners out of revenge from seeing their families and children bombed and shot up by random drones firing at the wrong targets. If ISIS lets them do this, then so be it.

When Pope Francis called us to pray for peace in Syria before the Americans planned to invade on false charges of chemical weapons usage, God answered temporarily by sending Russia and Putin to engage in diplomacy.

When ISIS magically appeared on the scene composed of American-backed Syrian rebels and American-supplied weapons and armoured Toyota trucks, and the Americans waved their hands in the air, it was once again Russia responding and breaking the backs of ISIS and attempting to bring a cease-fire.

I think God is trying to tell Pope Francis something if he wants peace. Something that involves Russia. I hope he's getting the hints.

Everyday For Life Canada said...

The Church failed to properly address Islam in the Vatican II document, Nostra Aetate. With all respect to Pope Francis, I don’t think he’s capable of writing a proper encyclical about Islam. And would Pope Paul VI, in 1965, have said just this about Islam today, “Since in the course of centuries not a few quarrels and hostilities have arisen between Christians and Moslems, this sacred synod urges all to forget the past and to work sincerely for mutual understanding and to preserve as well as to promote together for the benefit of all mankind social justice and moral welfare, as well as peace and freedom.” So, do we forget our brothers and sisters that are currently being persecuted and killed for their faith in the name of Islam? Are we to forget Fr. Hamel's barbaric death?

Mark Thomas said...

If His Holiness Pope Francis is the False Prophet (or akin to that), then Popes Benedict XVI and Saint John Paul II were False Prophets as they taught the very same things about Islam and non-Christian religions that Pope Francis has taught.

In turn, each of the above Popes simply reiterated Vatican II Era Church teaching in regard to Islam and non-Christian religions.

The big question within the Church for decades has been to what degree are we called to embrace Rome's Vatican II Era novel and pastoral teachings. But in regard to Islam and additional non-Christian religions, Pope Francis hasn't said anything that differs from his immediate predecessors.

Pope Francis' statements in question are 100 percent in line with Vatican II, as well as Popes Benedict XVI and Saint John Paul II. Whether the Vatican II Era approach to Islam and interreligious "dialogue" has benefitted the Church is a different matter.

The Church is in dire need of the following discussion: Is Vatican II's mid-1960s approach to ecumenism and interreligious "dialogue" relevant to our time?

Vatican Council and Papal Statements on Islam


Mark Thomas

Mark Thomas said...

Perhaps the following is a win-win solution to the following situation:

-- His Holiness Pope Francis expects us to exhibit love, mercy, and material care to Islamic refugees. Each Catholic is on board with that.

-- As part of that, Pope Francis favors the flooding of the West with Moslems. Each Catholic is not on board with that.

-- Possible solution: Islamic countries would take in Moslem refugees. In turn, the Church could take up special collections to assist the refugees in question.

Or we could turn to Donald Trump's proposal that would establish "safe zones" in, for example, Syria, in response to the Syrian refugee crisis. The United Nations Organization, as well as Moslem nations, could coordinate that process.

Rome, in turn, could take up special collections throughout the Church to render material support to the refugees who would occupy the safe zones.

Perhaps Pope Francis would accept that solution.


Mark Thomas

Peter Lamb said...

Good one Vox!

Anonymous said...

And here we have it, C Jorge and his little tantrums has made the world of difference to all those that have been brutally murdered in the name of Muḥammad. Dear C Jorge always carrying on about his "unhappiness" towards the Catholic Church, yet we never hear his "unhappiness" regarding Islam..............By their fruits you will know them!

The former Cardinal and Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, was almost removed from his position in the church eight years ago by his predecessor, Pope Benedict XVI, in a dispute over the Prophet Muhammad, the founder of Islam.

In 2005, Bergoglio expressed his disapproval over comments Benedict had made castigating Muhammad.

The Daily Telegraph reported that Benedict, in an appearance at the University of Regensburg in Germany, quoting a medieval document, called the Prophet "evil and inhuman," a declaration that triggered outrage across the Muslim world, prior to an apology issued by the then-pope.

In response to the brouhaha, Bergoglio, speaking through an aide, told Newsweek Argentina of his "unhappiness" with Benedict’s statements and urged church members to criticize the pope.

"Pope Benedict's statement don't reflect my own opinions,” Bergoglio stated at the time.

"These statements will serve to destroy in 20 seconds the careful construction of a relationship with Islam that Pope John Paul II built over the last 20 years.”

Benedict did not take kindly to these statements.

Almost immediately, the Vatican removed Joaquín Piña, the archbishop of Puerto Iguazú in northern Argentina, who also criticized Benedict. As a subordinate to Bergoglio, Pina’s removal was a signal that the Cardinal of Buenos Aires himself could be the next to go.

As it turned out, Bergoglio kept his position, but in a protest canceled a flight to Rome to boycott a synod Benedict had called.

"The only thing that didn't happen to Bergoglio was being removed from his post," wrote Horacio Verbitsky in the newspaper Página/24. "The Vatican was very quick to react."

Vox Cantoris said...

Too damn bad about that!

Anonymous said...

I think we're witnessing something bigger than islam/jihad....muslim refugees flood Europe and the attacks begin, refugees are used as cover for the infiltration/justification of terrorism. This has to be the work of powers that be, and it has nothing to do with religion but with world power and manipulation/domination/oppression of masses, and Bergoglio is helping the puppeteer.

Anonymous said...

He can hardly condemn Islam ,when one of his predecessors ,namely St John Paul 11 kissed the Korean.Europe stood by and let the Christians of the Middle East,be slaughtered ,something which would have been unthinkable in the past.The only country which said they would not stand by and allow 3 million orthodox christians to be massacred was Russia ,and they are been vilified ever since for bombing Isis.Many nations no longer have any loyalty to God or Country ,money and power is their God.

Anonymous said...

The Archbishop of Rouen seems to regard the killers of the priest in France as victims ,"From Krakow, I have learnt with sadness of the killing this morning at the Church of Saint-Etienne du Rouvray. The three victims: the priest, Father Jacques Hamel, 84, and the authors of the assassination. Three other people were injured, one very seriously. I cry out to God with all men of good will. I would invite non-believers to join in the cry!

Truth Seeker said...

Thank you Vox on this latest (insert adjective) statement by the pope. It's getting much more difficult each day to read whatever he has to say that day - and it is not just on a plane ride from wherever, it is wherever he is and whatever he says. It is very clear to me why from the very first moment he stood out on that balcony and he asked us to pray for him, and you heard that constantly from him. Little did I know what was coming from him in the years since.

I not only need to pray for him, but I especially pray for all of us faithful and true Catholics who believe in the TRUTH and the true teachings of our faith, what our Lord Jesus Christ taught - I pray for us to remain steadfast in our faith, in spite of all the chaos and confusion and lies swirling all around us. I pray we keep our focus on Him, our true shepherd, and trust in Him and know only Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, His Sacred Heart, and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, our Blessed Mother, will triumph over all this rampant evil. We are in very dark times, which I believe will only get darker as time goes on - much more evil to come...but the light of Christ will prevail.

Thank you and all those who bring to us the truth of what is going on in our church - otherwise we would not have a clue. And obviously many don't.

Truth Seeker said...

This is not regarding this topic - but I hope that soon all of you bloggers who bring truth to us regarding what is going on in our church will get the word out rapidly regarding this latest evil - my head continues to spin in absolute disbelief at what is going on. I just read this on Life Site News - and what is being handed out at World Youth Day - all Catholic parents with children in school need to know this! I will post link and back away from computer...I cannot read one more outrageous thing regarding our church today. Lord Have Mercy on us! This world is getting darker and darker. I have to again focus only on the light of Jesus Christ. Jesus I trust in You!

B flat said...

Dear Vox,

Nowhere does he (the current Pope) call Europe back to its Catholic Faith.
He does not himself want to return to anything Catholic, which predates the documents and spirit of the second Vatican Council. He is trying to build a new church and a new religion.
How could he encourage others to return to what he himself has abandoned and despises?
How can anyone give to others what he himself does not have?
The Church on earth has put herself in a dreadful mess, under the guidance and leadership of three generations of bishops and popes. Most of the sheep in Europe, and large portions in North and South America, no longer recognise these as their shepherds, and so no longer belong to their flocks.
When Christ returns, will He find faith on the earth?
I suspect that, the desire to eliminate the possibility of any Faithful surviving his pontificate, is the sole reason Papa Bergoglio is gently cultivating an absorption of the SSPX into full obedience to him. They are still the salt of the earth, and remain the last tasty morsel to be devoured by the roaring lion of whom St Peter wrote.

Kathleen1031 said...

We have no interest in a "Dear Leader Cult" either, and I'm afraid that is what we may have. Many thanks to you and other faithful bloggers who are saying what needs to be said. I just heard he told the yutes to "make chaos all night long". What pope has ever said such a bizarre thing to young people. Somebody tell me quick, what's worse, him, or his coterie of weak, effeminate, Marxist friends. I find it creepy, all these men rushing off the WYD. Are these expensive parties actually resulting in Catholic faithful? I find myself concerned about the young people at these things and afraid some of them may be taken advantage of. Good God. What a world.