Saturday, 15 October 2016

Bergoglio directly contradicts Our Lord Jesus Christ - Priest calls him out as a "False Prophet"

This writer had the joy of meeting the late Father Peter Carota and singing with him, the Holy Sacrifice. Father Carota's blog continues on, undertaken by a friend of the late priest's.

A post today is a must-read from a diocesan priest, "Father Jerome."

The disgraceful and blasphemous statement by Bergoglio that "it is not right to convince someone of your faith," is the greatest evidence, thus far of how bad it has become in Rome.

How stupid are Catholics that they cannot see it.

Can you see it now when he defies Christ himself?

"Go therefore and make disciples of all nations."

By Father Jerome 10/15/2016:

After Jesus’ resurrection, Our Lord said “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations.”—Mt 28:19. To the contrary, Pope Francis said this week: “It is not right to convince someone of your faith.”
This means Pope Francis is now directly opposing Jesus Christ, and it is time for me to speak up.

I am an American diocesan priest who does not belong to any congregation.   To write what I am about to write would normally be tantamount to forfeiting my soul in most centuries of Church history.  I realize that.  But I am so convinced that we have a false-prophet on the throne of Peter that I have reached the point that silence on Pope Francis is now tantamount to a grave sin of omission.


Dan said...

My kind of priest! Eyes to see. Ears to hear. Mouth to speak!

Ana Milan said...

It is encouraging to read "Fr. Jerome's" account of this Pontificate which has become a nightmare for those wishing to give witness to the Truth. The heresies, blasphemies, twisting of Scripture, attempt to re-write the Ten Commandments, public admonishment of anyone who opposes these errors (even Cardinals) & constant barracking of true Catholics desperately trying to keep the faith. He supports what Traditional Catholics have been saying for a very long time and have been constantly met with disdain from those in authority who could & should have ensured that clarity of teaching was the order of the day. Anything less leaves the door open to misinterpretation & personal opinion. Consciences have to be well formed but this cannot happen unless the Word of God is taught in our schools, churches etc. which, since VII our Hierarchy have wilfully neglected to do in the name of false ecumenism.

We now find ourselves in this violent spiritual cataclysm brought about by insubordinate prelates who long ago have turned their backs on God & have blatantly refused to carry out the instructions of Our Blessed Lady in regard to the Consecration of Russia to Her Immaculate Heart & the revealing of the Third Secret .of Fatima. The dubious election of PF (whether the Diocese of Rome accepts him or not) required independent validation, especially since Card. Danneels of St. Gallen Mafia admitted the rules we not adhered to. Being Vicar of Christ on earth as well as Bishop of Rome calls for such scrutiny.

It is mind-boggling to the average pew-sitter that not ONE of the Cardinals have stepped outside their comfort zone to publicly denounce this pope. Isn't the red hat a sign of their willingness to die for the Catholic faith? Maybe they should be exchanged for pink hats these days, as that seems to be their collective leaning.

I commend "Fr. Jerome" for his outspokenness & pray that more members of the clergy will follow in his footsteps as it is they who will have the burden on their consciences to discern whether to administer the Sacred Host to those who openly lead lives that are not in keeping with the Ten Commandments & don't show repentance for so doing but will have the audacity to complain to a higher authority if they are refused. Now is the time for speaking as to leave it any longer will endanger countless souls - those in that state at present & those in the future who feel they can take the easy road & still arrive at their heavenly destination.

Michael Dowd said...

Very good Vox. Glad there are a few priests speaking out. I would hope that they would think their souls would be in jeopardy if they didn't and that more priests would come to your blog or others to share their thoughts. We need a significant groundswell of opposition to Pope Francis. Right now it is more us pip-squeaks who are doing it. But pip-squeaks can also annoy a Pope who is so enamored with himself and his heresies.

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile Cardinals are busy complaining about McDonalds.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

I fear the priest writing under a pseudonym might think of me as ungrateful for his taking a stand. I want him to know that I wish very much, there were many many more like him - a 100% preferably, calling Bergoglio a false prophet.

I strongly suggest, that he should not hide under a fake name. I strongly believe that our Lord Jesus spoke of him, when He warned - "But whoever will deny me before the children of men, I shall deny him also before my Father who is in Heaven".

The impact of this stance on others may still not be as great as we would all wish, but his courageous witness will make a difference. Others will have to make a choice, whether to support a true priest or whether to throw him to the wolves.

Maudie N Mandeville said...

Off topic:

Anyone following Hillary Clinton’s vast Wikileaks email scandal(s) is aware of her war on religion, e.g., “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.” John Podesta, now chairman of the Clinton campaign, wrote in another email that “there needs to be a Catholic Spring, in which Catholics themselves demand the end of a middle ages dictatorship and the beginning of a little democracy and respect for gender equality in the Catholic church” and proposed the Clinton team “plant the seeds of the revolution” to change Catholic teaching.

It’s disgusting to read the USCCB’s response to this attack on Catholicism. One, it was only published on its website and picked up by bloggers. Two, Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, the President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops doesn’t even identify who or what the issue involves or where it came from. He acts as though the attack may not even be true. “There have been recent reports that 'some' may have sought to interfere in the internal life of the Church for short-term political gain. If true, this is troubling both for the well-being of faith communities and the good of our country.” Not ‘may’, you dolt, the emails have been made public. And notice that he doesn’t mention that it’s Hillary Clinton’s camp but blames politicians, in general.

Rest assured, this attack will never see the light of day from any pulpit. It might possibly sway some Catholics to vote against the pro-abortion/sodomite agenda of the Democrat Party which would spoil the gravy train that the bishops have come to rely on from 'resettling' muslims and illegal Hispanics, not to mention global warming.

Really, how could the brown nosers at the USCCB get too worked up about attacks on traditional Catholic teaching. Pope Francis takes a back seat to no one in his denunciation of rad trads, the few who are left, and his attempts to change Catholic millennia teaching. To wit, “self-absorbed promethean neo-pelagianism of those who ultimately trust only in their own powers and feel superior to others because they observe certain rules or remain intransigently faithful to a particular Catholic style from the past.”

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

@ Maudie N Mandeville
How can be "off topic" in a Catholic meeting place, with a comment like this one.
When a pro-death to babies and pro-sodomy indoctrination of children grandmother is about to become the most powerful woman in the world (or a puppet of the most powerful and ungodly cabal in the world), when she states loudly and openly that religious beliefs will have to be changed, and when the invalidly elected pope gets involved in the election, to discredit her opponent, your comment is right on under each possible article.

Maybe you will wake someone up. Keep saying these things, please.
May God bless you and yours.