Saturday, 8 October 2016

Hey, Pope Bergoglio, What are you going to do about German Bishop Ludger Shepers and his gender ideology? Is Shepers a sodomite too?


Bergoglio will do absolutely, nothing!

From OnePeterFive

Auxiliary Bishop Ludger Schepers of Essen, Germany (Image via

"For, now a Catholic bishop himself – Auxiliary Bishop Ludger Schepers, of Essen – has proposed the unusual idea that “there exists more than man and woman.” He spoke these new “categorical” words at a 5-6 October conference on “gender issues” in Stuttgart, according to a 6 October 2016 report published by The Conference itself had an interrogative title: “Is Gender an Ideology?” Among the Conference speakers was an ardent defender of homosexual relationships, Dr. Stephan Goertz."

Is it any wonder that Germans are being overrun by Islamists and will lose their nation state.

What a bunch of German pansies.

Back to my question.

Pope Bergoglio, what are you going to do about this episcopal pansy?


He speaks of the danger of gender ideologues. 

Do not consider what a man says, consider what he does!

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Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

He already explained his position. If Jesus walked among us today, gentle and loving accompaniment, such as his own, Bergoglio's, is what He would do.

How does Bergoglio, the pope of surprises, know this? What reasons does he have to claim that Jesus suffered near-sightedness due to cultural conditioning? This he won't say. He clearly projects his weak mind and intrinsic disorder onto our Lord.

When I try to imagine our Lord walking among us today, I see not an effeminate, embracing everything and everyone, for fear of offending and hurting feelings, but a strong MAN, always speaking clearly and with authority. I see God who loves us, and wants us to listen to His voice, to follow His commandments, and to lead lives of virtue, by His grace, poured out on those who love and obey Him.

Jesus would more likely say: Fools, you build your identity around unnatural genital activities, and misleading appearances, you waste your time on evil and vain deeds. You turn your evil ways into law, and persecute my children, He would say: You pollute the minds of the little children, and lead them into Sodom! Woe unto you, children of Satan!

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Anonymous said...

Great new cardinals.

Sorry about how your day is going.

Vox Cantoris said...

Oh, no need to apologise. My Sunday is going well, indeed. Pumpkin is steaming for pie, Fox and I are getting ready for Mass, all is well, but do keep her father in your prayers as he is on his final journey, I know you have such a charitable heart that you will surely do that.

"Great cardinals?" Well, I'm not surprised, we all anticipated a list such as this, though Cardinal Tobin is a good choice.

There is much good news in this. It will serve God's purpose to bring about the cleaning most necessary as they show themselves for what they are.

You do have a good day.

Anonymous said...

Vox, prayers for your father in law.

I think you might want to do some more reading on 'Cardinal' Tobin. You realize it's Archbishop Tobin of Indianapolis, not Bishop Tobin of Rhode Island, who is a much better man. Joseph Tobin being chosen is just as horrific as Cupich and Farrell. He was literally the worst possible choice of all the American archbishops who weren't already cardinals. Bergoglio could not have picked a worse one than him other than maybe, possibly Aymond. My heart actually sank more when I read his name than when I read Cupich, since we all knew Cupich was inevitably getting a red hat .

Vox Cantoris said...

Thank you for the prayers.

Oh dear, it's like the good Marini and bad Marini. I did not know that there were two and automatically thought of Rhode Island Tobin, not thinking about the location.

Well, the 70's are indeed back.

nazareusrex said...

2015 — Bishop Franz-Josef Overbeck of Essen, Military Ordinary for Germany, with the Auxiliaries: Bishop Ludger Schepers, titular Bishop of Neapolis in Proconsulari; Bishop Wilhelm Zimmermann, titular Bishop of Benda

In the Roman Catholic Church, a quinquennial visit ad limina, more fully ad limina apostolorum or simply an ad limina visit, means the obligation of residential diocesan bishops and certain prelates with territorial jurisdiction (such as territorial abbots), of visiting the thresholds of the [tombs of the] Apostles, Saints Peter and Paul, and of meeting the pope to report on the state of their dioceses or prelatures.