Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Destroying Christianity from within

Pretty smart for an atheist, eh?


Michael Dowd said...

Excellent. Rocking Mr.E is an apostle despite his atheism. Listening to him is always better than listening to Pope Francis. Let us pray that Mr. E. someday becomes a Catholic. The Church sorely needs folks like him. God sure works in mysterious ways to get His message out.

S. Armaticus said...

Yes indeed.

Over the course of writing my blog, I have come to understand that because Catholicism tries to understand the mind of God, it must accept His creation. Therefore it must accept objective facts and processes. Which then means that any person who is intellecually honest and has good will, must come to the same positions as those of the Church at least in terms of Natural Law.

And when we watch people like RockingMrE, we are just seeing what a product of a good Catholic education looked like in years gone by.

Anonymous said...

Don't know a thing about the man in the video, but he sure is 100% correct in his analysis of what's going on in the world and in the Church. I'll never get over how atheists can see things so much more clearly than this man who has seated himself upon Peter's Chair. Then again, he probably does - ergo his actions.
And don't Bergoglio's own little videos look like the Satanic/one world symbols in the clip here? Scary. Very scary, indeed.

Peter Lamb said...

Another smart atheist: Marcello Pera, an Italian atheist philosopher and politician who served in his nation’s Senate in the 1990s and 2000s:

"Frankly, I do not get this pope, whatever he says is beyond any rational understanding. It’s evident to all that an indiscriminate welcoming is not possible: there is a critical point that cannot be reached. If the Pope does not make reference to this critical point, if he insists in a massive and total welcoming, I ask myself: why does he say it? What is the true end of his words? Why does he lack a minimum of realism, that very little that is requested of anyone? The answer I can give myself is only one: the Pope does it because he hates the West, he aspires to destroy it, and he does all he can to reach this end. As he aspires to destroy the Christian tradition, Christianity as it has realized itself historically.

…this is a Pope who, from the very day of his election, just does politics. He looks for easy applause playing the part, at times, of Secretary-General of the UN, at times of Head of Government, at times as a union leader when he intervenes in the contract arrangements of a corporation such as Mediaset. And his vision is the South American one of the Peronist Justicialismo, that has nothing to do with the Western tradition of political liberty with its Christian origin. The Pope’s Christianity is of a different nature. And it is a political Christianity, integrally.

…Bergoglio is little or not at all interested in Christianity as doctrine, in the theological aspect. And this is a novelty, without a doubt. This Pope has taken hold of Christianity and has turned it into politics. His affirmations are apparently based in Scripture, but in reality are strongly Secularist. Bergoglio is not concerned with the salvation of souls, but only with social welfare and security. And this is a preliminary fact. If we then move on to the merit of the things that he says, we cannot but see with concern that his affirmations risk unleashing a political crisis and a religious crisis in an uncontrollable way. From the first [political] point of view, he suggests our States commit suicide, he invites Europe to not be herself anymore. From the second [religious] point of view, I cannot but observe that a hidden schism is underway in the Catholic world, and that this is pursued by Bergoglio, with obstinacy and determination, and by his allies, even with wickedness.

Peter Lamb said...

…I would even say that the Vatican II Council has finally exploded in all its revolutionary and subversive radicalness. They are ideas that lead to the suicide of the Catholic Church, but they are ideas that were already supported and justified at that time and in that occasion. It is forgotten that the Council preceded in time the student revolution, the sexual [revolution], that of mores and of modes of living. It anticipated them and, in some way, it provoked them. The aggiornamento of Christianity secularized the Church strongly then, it triggered a change that was very deep, even if it, which risked leading to a schism, was controlled and kept at bay in the following years. …[S]ociety, and not salvation, the Augustinian earthly city, and not that divine one, seem to be the reference point of the ruling ecclesiastical hierarchy. The rights of man, all and without exclusions, have become the ideal and the compass for the Church, while there is almost no room left for the rights of God and of Tradition. At least apparently. Bergoglio feels himself to be and lives completely liberated regarding the latter."

(Marcello Pera in Il Mattino, July 9, 2017; translation from “The Ultimate Interview to Understand all About Pope Francis: Marcello Pera, Italian politician and close Ratzinger friend”, Rorate Caeli, July 14, 2017)

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Someone send it to Bergoglio! Put so plainly, perhaps even he will get it. I will take care of some of his minions (I mean theologians) via FB.
However, something tells me that they know exactly what they are doing. Still, we should let them know that we know.

Johnno said...


He better summarizes and succinctly explains the present state of affairs better than most!

Irenaeus said...

Pretty dang smart. I wish I could say the same for some other people ...

Perhaps we should write to him and thank Mr. E.