Tuesday, 22 November 2016

Cardinal Sycophants - Cupich and Farrell

Two of the newest Cardinals from the United States, Cupich and Farrell, have commented on the questions raised in the dubia by the four Cardinals.

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LifeSiteNews has highlighted the points.


We already know that the Synods were manipulated by many behind the scenes and by Pope Bergoglio himself. We know it. The proof was there for all to see. The fact is, Amoris Laetitia contains error and heresy in both situational ethics and the opening of the sacraments to those in persistent and unrepentant mortal sin.

Jorge Bergoglio has sanctioned sacrilege and mortal sin and Cupich and Farrell are cheerleading it on.

Our Lady at Akita prophesied the very events we are seeing play out before us.

"The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, and bishops against other bishops. The priests who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their Confreres. The Church and altars will be vandalized. The Church will be full of those who accept compromises and the demon will press many priests and consecrated souls to leave the service of the Lord."


Anonymous said...

Yeah, well both perverts are 'friends' of McCarrick:

"appointment of Cupich Is thought to have been recommended to the pope with particular enthusiasm by Cardinal Óscar Andrés Rodríguez Maradiaga and above all by Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, archbishop emeritus of Washington, a representative of the “liberal” old guard of the U.S. episcopate."

"The top floor has been configured with four bedrooms, a chapel, an office, kitchen, living room, and dining room. McCarrick shares the apartment with auxiliary bishop Kevin Farrell and two priest secretaries."

No-one knows why Farrell was transferred to DC (Hickey): "He was also General Administrator of the Legion of Christ with responsibilities for seminaries and schools in Italy, Spain, and Ireland. In 1984, Farrell was assigned to the United States and incardinated in the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C."

Tobin of course has been appointed to Newark the diocese created for McCarrick and made a cardinal to boot so he can continue to advance the sodomite pervert enclave McCarrick started.

All the bishops being appointed in the U.S. are going through this sodomite pervert McCarrick-- why the "catholic" blogs and press don't say anything is beyond the beyond.

What's disgusting is that even Gloria TV won't shout out McCarrick for probably sexually abusing this man who now is given nat'l platform to state a 6 year old girl wears lipstick and has sex w/a 300 lb biker who wants to wear her dress. Watch GTV clip beginning at 1:05 or so--no explanation as to why they are even covering until you watch the clip posted by another site that shows CARDINAL McCARRICK at 30 seconds (nun at 27 seconds).



That this pedophile pervert filth can bully and mock faithful Cardinals is beyond the beyond.

Vox Cantoris said...

Uncle Teddy has been the subject of this blog:


Particularly, his "talking up" of Bergoglio at the last conclave at the behest of a "powerful and influential Roman."

Anonymous said...

There's nothing like promotion to promote loyality.

Wolverine said...

Worse than the nest of perverts that run the Catholic Church are the Catholic "apologists" within Catholic media that remain silent. I loathe these individuals and organizations (many of which I financially supported for over two decades). Not another penny!! Prayers of reparation on their behalf are all they will receive from me going forward! Disgust does not even begin to describe my emotion towards these betrayers to their calling.

Anonymous said...


Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Wasn't AL written by a ghost-writer before the synods ever took place? Wasn't Bergoglio praising Kasper and his agenda up to heavens, before the synods? Didn't lovers of sodomy, the St. Gallen Mafia, reveal after the synods, that they embarked on a project of electing Bergoglio long before the conclave?

Now they call this despicable corruption the workings of the Holy Spirit.

It is not possible that they believe in an an all-knowing and just God. More likely, they are occultists, who believe that by doing evil they are virtuous. It is simply the necessary opposite of good. Someone’s got do it.

Brian said...

Vox: This is the "Modernistocracy" of "pop" Catholicism. It is the status quo. Where, in sufficient numbers, are the bishops willing to endure ridicule and character assassination by opposing, loudly and clearly, this gang of thugs? Is there a martyrdom quotient among our bishops? Ah....no.

Kathleen1031 said...

Wolverine, name names, I have long wondered who is who in the blogosphere. It is very hard to know who is faithful and who is not without people calling out the enablers and secret promoters.
This is a time for facts. We all have a right to know who are the sodomites.
Farrell has already demonstrated how repugnant a character he is. To see a newly minted "cardinal" upbraid senior Cardinals by daring to call them "naïve at best", is just unpleasant to observe. What hubris. What arrogance.
Lord, help us, Our Lady of Fatima, intercede for us.

Michael Dowd said...

One thing is certain aside from Our Lady of Akita predictions is the Catholic Church will have no problem from LBGT, diversity or feminist lobbies. In fact, Pope Francis and the Cardinals he creates and Bishops he promotes will be celebrated for their open mindedness and charity.

Maudie N Mandeville said...

Tobin: “I think, and I’ve said this recently in other instances, is that what would really be helpful is that rather than each individual bishop or cardinal demanding that the pope pronounce on every concrete application of the magisterium, that we as bishops suck it up and do what we’re supposed to do. That means get together, have a process, and if that group needs greater light from the Holy Father, then I’m betting that he’d be willing to give it.”

Very doubtful. And Tobin’s response to ‘The Four’ is much like Cardinal Dolan’s equivocation to his signing of the letter from 13 Cardinals prior to the Family on the Synod:

“The day after it went in, the Holy Father very sensitively, at the beginning of the next day, he didn’t refer to the letter, but he said ‘Hey everybody, I’ve heard from some of you that you got some concerns,’ then he listed the exact concerns I just mentioned to you and then he said, ‘Let me try to respond to that.’
“I said ‘Way to go, Pope Francis. You told us to be honest; we were. You answered right to the heart, I’m grateful that you paid attention, let’s get on with the work.’”

Isn’t that great? The pope responded! Wow, what a great guy! And how did the Sin-od Against the Family work out??

Anonymous said...

Can someone please tell me why every picture I see of a Cardinal shows them wearing either orange or hot pink. What happened to good old plain RED?

Anonymous said...

McCarrick is a liar--so don't believe what he said at Villanova to protect Team B.

An interview the day after B16 announced resignation. McCarrick was in Rome and already pumping a "third world" pope:

"I asked if the church is ready for a non-Western pope. Is the College of Cardinals ready? That's a different question. Not being a voting member this time, I can't answer that. I don't know. There will be conversations that will go on. I may be part of some of them, God only knows. I'll be going to the General Congregations, and it will be interesting to hear what they're saying. Were they ready for a Latin American last time? Well, apparently not.

"You're talking about Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina, (who was widely reported to have finished second to Benedict in 2005)? I can't talk to that, as you know. But I can say that from the conversations beforehand, which we can speak about, it was certainly plausible that we could have a non-European. When you just look at the statistics, two-thirds of the church is outside the West. That's a movement we must become aware of, whether we pay attention to it at the highest level of electing a pope or whether the pope who's elected pays attention to it by making sure his cardinals and his congregations have many people from those areas. That may be another way to do it. However it's done, it has to happen."

Article from March 13 quotes only Murphy-O'Connor & McCarrick (of all Cardinals over 80): "When asked if he felt left out, Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, said he would not use those words but said: “We do miss out on a wonderful opportunity. Almost all the older cardinals would have loved to have had a role in the conclave.”

"Similarly, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, retired archbishop of Westminster, England, said he “would like to be there,” but he added that he is “content to be outside and let them work.”

"Both retired archbishops said they were glad to have taken part in the general congregations where the cardinals discussed challenges facing the church today and essential qualities for the new pope. Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor said he could not help being curious during these sessions about who among the group would be the future pope...The retired Washington cardinal has been in Rome since mid-February, arriving for meetings the day Pope Benedict announced his retirement. Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor arrived three days before the pope’s final day in office...[so actually McCarrick was more politicking then Murphy] Cardinal McCarrick planned to watch for smoke from the Sistine Chapel at St. Peter’s Square with the crowd, as long as it was good weather


Also if you go to the last page of this article on the 2005 Conclave will find both McCarrick & Murphy as members of the "reform party" aka St. Gallens group.
"Cracking the Conclave Code: Unraveling the Mysteries of Papal Elections"

Anonymous said...

McCarrick worked so hard may have had a heart attack: "The day before a newly elected Pope Francis was to be formally installed at the Vatican in 2013, Cardinal Theodore McCarrick was celebrating Mass in St. Peter's Basilica when he passed out at the altar and had to be rushed to the hospital.
"It was a scary moment, and especially odd to see McCarrick stricken; even at 82, the energetic former archbishop of Washington always had a reputation as one of the most peripatetic churchmen in the Catholic hierarchy.
"Doctors in Rome quickly diagnosed a heart problem -- McCarrick would eventually get a pacemaker -- and the cardinal was soon back at his guest room in the U.S. seminary in Rome when the phone rang. It was Francis. The two men had known each other for years, back when the Argentine pope was Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, archbishop of Buenos Aires. McCarrick assured Francis that he was doing fine. "I guess the Lord isn't done with me yet," he told the pope. "Or the devil doesn't have your accommodations ready!" Francis shot back with a laugh.

Anonymous said...

“Everyone surprised by pope's selection, except this man” 3/14/13 Interview McCarrick/Amanpour
@5:19 “His name was not in the media as one of the leading frontrunners, now they do say that he came 2nd to Pope Benedict in 2005—now you were there so you would know.” “They do say that.” “I’m going to take that as a yes then.” (wink laugh) “How do you think he was the one who made it this time? Why? How did that process happen?” “I-I-I think. According As I read it and I think I read it that way even before it happened. There were some very important and very wonderful candidates for the papacy. And each of them had his own group that recognized his goodness and each one of them had their own people, but I I sort of felt and I think others did too that at a certain period of time it might happen that that you couldn’t get an answer because you had these three groups and you were waiting to get someone to move forward and nobody would. We all felt well I guess not all of us but some of us felt that at that time you would need someone like a kind of a Bergoglio who would be so respected by everyone and so and loved even and and had all the experience that they needed and gradually as they realized that this could go on for a long time and they weren’t going to get anywhere they I think people started to think “What about Cardinal Bergoglio? What about Cardinal Bergoglio?” I—well many of us—had thought of this beforehand, that this might happen. So I was not totally surprised. I was delighted. I was not totally surprised by the announcement that he was to be our next pope."

Anonymous said...

Charlie Rose Interview 3/13/13 w/McCarrick
Last 2 q: @17:20 "You said as you sat down it was very important to understand the episcopal connection and “mercy” was the word—explain that to me.” “I don’t remember saying that.” “That MERCY was a key word (McCarrick coughs). “I-I-I think uh…” “Or did I misunderstand?” You may have misunderstood but mercy is a key word (see what explanation he gives next–but seems mercy me synod-synod-jubilee was planned from the get go). Last q: @18:04 “Is it fair to say he was your choice and you urged his support?” See the wink wink grin grin response for yourself. [other notable: @ 13:07 women’s ordination “probably” not on the table due to what JP2 said; @ 16:31 no change in doctrine; @16:50 change in way “explain” like J23]