Monday, 2 January 2017

Pope Bergoglio putting heads on the block!

The "climate of fear," in the Vatican was discussed on this blog back in December. OnePeterFive is reporting today more news, that the climate of fear is now descending to a climate of termination, retribution and revenge allegedly engineered by Pope Bergoglio himself.

The same overstepping arrogance on the part of the Pope by creating a commission to investigate an internal administrative matter that is none of his business with the Knights of Malta has now apparently caused him to seek the heads of priests who may disagree with him. 

Maike Hickson writes that "Marco Tosatti, the well-informed and well-respected Italian Vatican specialist, has just revealed another quite troubling development in Rome. On 26 December, Tosatti reports on his own website Stilum Curiae that Pope Francis had just ordered the Prefect of one Vatican dicastery to dismiss three of his priests from their duties in their congregation."

The head of a dicastery has received the order to remove three of his employees (all of whom have worked there for a long time), and it was without any explanation. He [the Prefect] received these official letters: “….I request that you please dismiss ….” The order was: send him [each of them] back into his diocese of origin or to the Religious Family to which he belongs. He [the Prefect of the Congregation] was very perplexed because it was about three excellent priests who are among the most capable professionally. He first avoided obeying and several times asked for an audience with the pope. He had to wait because that meeting was postponed several times. Finally, he was received in an audience. And he said: “Your Holiness, I have received these letters, but I did not do anything because these persons are among the best of my dicastery… what did they do?” The answer was, as follows: “And I am the pope, I do not need to give reasons for any of my decisions. I have decided that they have to leave and they have to leave.” He got up and stretched out his hand in order to indicate that the audience was at an end. On 31 December, two of the three [men] will leave the dicastery in which they have worked for years, and without knowing the why. For the third, there seems to be a certain delay. But then, there is another implication which, if true, would be even more unpleasant. One of the two had freely spoken about certain decisions of the pope – perhaps a little bit too much. A certain person – a friend of a close collaborator of the pope – heard this disclosure and passed it on. The victim received then a very harsh telephone call from Number One [i.e., the pope]. And then soon came the dismissal.”  
Thus it is not so astonishing when the atmosphere behind the walls and in the palaces is not really serene. And one may now ask oneself what kind of credit this fact gives altogether to all the elaborate and sustained fanfare about mercy.  
One source in Rome says that all those who work for the Holy See are afraid to talk about anything for fear of being chopped because of the presence of informants everywhere. He compared it to Stalinist Russia. He said two priest friends of his, good men, have been fired from the CDF because they were accused of being critical of Pope Francis.

There is a much to consider here.

Truth vs. rumour

Italian blogs are important to monitor for inside information on what is going on in the Vatican. Tosatti is well-regarded in Rome and is considered an insider. Based upon previous information, this news, should not come as a surprise. If true, what it shows is a deep arrogance but actual insecurity and fear on the part of Bergoglio and his minions. A fear that they are being thwarted in their plans to remake the Church in their image, not Christ's. Given what we know, my view is that this information is legitimate. They fear the truth, they fear blogs and the waking up of the faithful to their manipulations, their machinations and their satanic for the Church.


The legitimacy will be verified by the actions which will flow from it. If these words spoken at the meeting between the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and the Pope are accurate, or even partly so, then everyone at that meeting, including Müller, will be on the chopping block for Bergoglio. He will know that he has been "betrayed" by Müller, or that there are others which he cannot trust.

Witnesses to history

How does someone like Archbishop Gänswein remain in the service of Francis to witness directly the destruction of the papacies of John Paul II and Benedict XVI? Is Gänswein a "double-agent?" Is he Benedict's "keeper" in his monastic prison only to be let out for a circus now and then? What about Msgr. Guido Marini, how long can he serve a Bishop of Rome who refuses to bend his knee to the Lord of Heaven and Earth? How many compromises must these men have made to now be stuck in their positions? Or, are they there to try to manage the situation? 


During the dustup with Tom Rosica and the frivolous, vexatious and unjust attempt to litigate against me, he referred in one of his letters to this writer damaging his "reputation" and by extension, his career. We hear now that there is this "climate of fear" in these men for their "careers" and that they are being "fired." I am perplexed by this. These men were apparently called to the priesthood. Is that not the career? the vocation? 

I have little sympathy for these in the Vatican who now live and work in this "climate of fear." These are men who have been given every privilege in life. They were given great education and the opportunity to serve God's people by offering the Holy Sacrifice, hearing confession, baptising and blessing the dying. They don't have to worry about the mortgage or the insane tax rates, or how to decide between the electrical bill and grocery list. They need not worry about balancing the hockey camp with the ballet lessons or that their children have been corrupted in the faith by errant teachers and priests. They don't need to worry about their livelihood being shipped off to some third-world backwater and never being able to properly provide again for their families. These fearful cleris do not live the life of the "deplorables" known as John and Mary Catholic. These privileged fearful Vatican men are in reality, sissies in cassocks.

Good grief men, find your pair and man up! Defend Our Lord and His Faith and His Church. Declare to the Catholic faithful what is going on. Do not follow a leader into Hell. Take your medicine, Stand up for the Truth. Defend Our Lord Jesus Christ and His faithful from these errors and these men who seek to destroy.

And stop whining about your climate of fear and get on with it.

"You are a priest forever, after the Order of Melchizedek." Start acting like it.


OnlyEwe said...

"...sissies in cassocks." RIGHT ON VOX!!! Right on Sir...
And I, as a woman, am sick of it!

Ana Milan said...

Let’s build peace every day in 2017, says Pope Francis - Say 'no' to hatred and violence and 'yes' to fraternity and reconciliation, urges Pontiff

Such empty words coming so soon on these dismissals & the manner in which they were carried out. But one doesn't expect anything but tyranny from this arrogant & disrespectful man who clearly has no time for Jesus Christ in his life. He is a demonic menace which no-one seems to have the spirit to get rid of. Too many effeminates in the Vatican. PB gave us the signal before abandoning us & the possibility of Archbishop Gänswein being the perceived 'protector & friend' of PB has now to be evaluated in the light of his statement that there is now an 'expanded papacy', one active & the other prayerfully dormant. There simply cannot be two popes & this should have been made absolutely clear at the time & the dormant one (if dormant by free will) returned to Cardinal status & living outside the confines of the Vatican. The fact that it hasn't been dealt with would infer that PB didn't renounce the Papal Office willingly & that PF is an imposter. This is very probable as the responsibility for his election has been claimed by St. Gallen Group (Mafia).

It is now time for Cardinal Müller to sign the Dubia & formal correction & to make sure that it is personally delivered with an attachment declaring that if not answered within a week the procedure to terminate PF's tenure of the Papal Office will commence immediately. Our prayers & sacrifices for the success of this effort should be redoubled.

Dane said...

Yeah. Ganswein. To me his presence, always with Francis yet also with Benedict, is troubling. I trust him NOT. He may be a bigger player in all this Vatican cloak and dagger than anyone thinks.

Anonymous said...

Now if he'd only fire the ones that really SHOULD be fired...

Kathleen1031 said...

Agreed! I no longer feel pity for them either, although I once did. This is no longer about them, this is about Christ and His Church, His flock. You took the vows, you promised to do your part, you benefited all these years, or some years anyway. You were fed, housed, clothed, educated, and allowed to travel. You made sacrifices, but perhaps not as many as we once thought. I know there are good and holy priests, I am not referring to them, but the men who are in the priesthood and retained the reality of their sodomite status are probably in large part responsible for this utter mess. They may even enjoy being in this repulsive situation, where the "man" in the Vatican is employing such dominating tactics.
Our church has long been infiltrated by sick and/or diabolical men. All are either doing their part to destroy the church OR, they are too effeminate and frightened to be of any real use in defending her.
This essay is only too painfully true! You are an embarrassment to the faithful for your silence in the face of this madman in the Chair of Peter! He is clearly an imposter! DO something!
I do not know how you will live with yourselves if you continue in your silence. If the man dies today you will have lost your opportunity to defend the Gospel, and Christ. You will be like Peter, who denied Christ three times, yet never went on to martyrdom and glory. You will know your priesthood was a sham. Are you all careerists??

Anonymous said...

It is getting to be a badge of honor to be one of the faithful persecuted by the powers that be in the Church these days. Indeed! It is the stuff of saints!

One day history will not put a favorable light on the present regime in the Vatican, I think.

Asbury Fox said...

It's worth noting that Bishop Gänswein recently uttered a heresy in an interview. He denied that the existence of God could be known by reason. He stated that it was impossible to affirm or deny the existence of God. The existence of God being a matter of faith.

philipjohnson said...

Amen.Kathleen,Amen.Spot on!

Marie said...

The Pope is right: He is the Pope and has the authority to fire people, justly or unjustly. Since Pope Francis appears not to listen to anybody with a different opinion, it will be between him and Our Lord Jesus Christ when his time comes.

Amidst this madness, we must keep the Faith. Holy Mother Church is undergoing Her Passion, just as Her Bridegroom did many, many years ago. And She is being crucified by Her own Sons.

As to those holy priests who are being persecuted by this Pope, we must pray that they remain faithful to the Church. We must continue praying, remembering what Our Lord said in His Sermon on the Mount:

"Blessed are they that suffer persecution for justice' sake: for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Mt. 5:10

Bruceph said...

I kind of like and/or respect Bergoglio for his ability to 'manage' his 'employees'. Some talk as if it's been a long time since someone 'took charge' of the situation over there. I just wish he was [more] Catholic.

Joseph Ostermeir said...

Let's pray every orthodox cardinal and bishop will stand up publicly to the Francis error, and not be afraid if they should be sent into exile. Much better to be eating Pizza hut back in the States, knowing you did your duty, than eating fine Italian cuisine in Rome knowing you sold out.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

@ Bruceph

You (only kind of) like and respect someone, who from one side of his mouth preaches inclusiveness and calls on Catholics to openly speak to him on matters causing them doubt and trouble, and from the other side of his mouth gives orders to fire them?

How can any follower of Jesus Christ, who spoke plainly and from the heart, and told us to do the same, like or respect such evil, even if it is only "kind of"?

Such behaviour is characteristic of Satan or a wolf in sheep's clothing. Both are intelligent managers of human resources.

@ Marie

You speak nonsense. A pope is not right to be a wolf in sheep's clothing. As pope, as Christian, as man, he is wrong to do the wrong thing. Especially - as Vicar of Christ.

Michael Dowd said...

It sure looks like we need divine intervention to re-establish the proper direction of the Catholic Church. If this does not happen, and the self-correction mechanism is broken, then me might reasonably conclude we are nearing the end of it all.

Let us ask our Lady of Fatima, who herself has been abused by the Church, to arrange for a significant wake-up call to the shepherds of the Catholic Church who are leading the sheep to perdition.

orate fratman said...

Pope Gallen's Group strikes again!

Anonymous said...

He's just a big bully! You know what you do with a bully? Punch him right in the nose - HARD! Then watch him run and cry.