Saturday, 30 September 2017

Pope to focus on "fake news"

In the latest from the bizarre papacy of Jorge Bergoglio, the man thrust upon the Chair of Peter by a modernist clerical mafia, he has decided to focus on "fake news" for World Communications Day 2018. 

Using the scriptural verse of Our Lord, "the truth will set you free," (John 8:32), Bergoglio heaps insult upon Our Lord Jesus Christ -- it is actually the holy feast of His Ascension into heaven.  

As the article below notes, it was the Second Vatican Council that determined that the Church should mark such a day in "Inter Mirifica" of 1963. Another reason to take that rotten Council and declare it anathema.

Once again, we see how the Church has lost its way and how under this Bergoglio, it has only increased. It is to preach Our Lord Jesus Christ and Him crucified and risen and ascended and reigning. It is to preach that all must come to Him and His Church to be saved. It is to call us out from sins and instead, with the likes of this Bergoglio, Cupich, Kasper and the rest of their ilk, they leave people to wallow where they are.

These clericalists associated with the Pontifical Council on Social Communications are the real "fake news." These peronist/fascists will go so far as to try to put Catholics who blog under some form of ecclesial interdiction. Well, they won't stop this writer, try as they have.

Meanwhile, Monsignor Elevator Boy Ricca, Monsignor Cocaine Capozzi and Monsignor ChildPornMasturbator Capella and Don Mercedes are protected and enjoying the riches of Rome.

Go ahead. Excommunicate me.

Pope to focus on “fake news” in message for World Communications Day 2018‎

The social media are a fertile ground for fake news. - AP
The social media are a fertile ground for fake news. - AP
29/09/2017 12:12

(Vatican Radio)  Pope Francis will focus on the harmful effects of fake news against journalism for peace, in his message for peace for World Communications Day next year.  ““The truth will set you free” (Jn 8:32). Fake news and journalism for peace,” is the theme of the annual Catholic Church observance that the Pope announced with a post on Twitter(@Pontifex) on Friday.
World Communications Day, the only worldwide celebration called for by the Second Vatican ‎Council ‎‎(“Inter Mirifica”, 1963), is marked in most countries, on the recommendation of the bishops of ‎the ‎world, on the Sunday before Pentecost, which in 2018 will fall on May 13.  In some countries, the day is marked as the solemnity of Ascension.
The announcement of the ‎theme is traditionally made on Sept. 29, the feast of the Archangels Michael, ‎Raphael and Gabriel, with ‎Gabriel being designated the patron saint of telecommunications
The Holy ‎Father's message for World ‎Communications Day is traditionally published in conjunction with January ‎‎24, feast of St. Francis de ‎Sales, patron of journalists, to allow bishops' conferences, diocesan offices and ‎communications ‎organizations sufficient time to prepare audiovisual and other materials for national ‎and local ‎celebrations. ‎ ‎
The first World Communications Day was observed on May 7, 1967, under the pontificate of Blessed Pope Paul VI, who wanted to draw attention to the communications media and the enormous power they have for cultural transformation.  Next year’s observance will be the 52nd edition.
Church's contribution
Commenting on the theme of next year’s World Communications Day, the Vatican’s Secretariat for Communication said that false information contributes to creating and fueling strong polarization of opinions. This often consists in distortion of facts, with possible "repercussions on individual ‎and collective behaviours."  In a situation in which social media groups, institutions and the political world are reacting to this phenomenon, the Secretariat said, “the Church would like make its contribution by proposing a ‎reflection on the causes, logic and consequences of misinformation in the media and helping to promote ‎professional journalism, always seeking the truth, and thus a journalism of peace that promotes ‎understanding among people.‎”  


Anonymous said...

What a embarrassing idiot he is!

TLM said...

Absolutely! 'Go ahead and excommunicate ALL of us that follow the Lord Jesus in His TRUE CHURCH!!' SEE IF IT STOPS US!

Oh and btw......what is THIS news I see in the Catholic Herald? Fake? Real?

BillyHW said...

Amoris Laetitia is the biggest fake news of them all.

Justina said...

"Adulterers in 'Irregular Situations' May Now Receive Holy Communion Without Amendment of Life!" (fakest news headline throughout all of salvation history)

Anonymous said...

Every breath Bergoglio takes insults decency.


Peter Lamb said...

Vox, you my man!!! Jorge Bergoglio, the man thrust upon the Chair of Peter by a modernist clerical mafia! You getting the message my china! Dem can't excommunicate nobody! Dey has none authority whatsoever. I got a sixpack on yous. Make da break!:)

Kathleen1031 said...

They look for every opportunity to poke us in the eye. World Communications Day? Hm, how to poke em in the eye on about focus on fake news?. It's all so predictable. What kind of cornball Catholics are even vaguely interested.

Johnno said...

But I thought he only reads one newspaper?

The one his friend Scalfari works for.

Maybe if he sticks to only critiquing the fake news in that one it'd be alright, but we all know this isn't going to happen...

Brian said...


How about Jorge addressing Fake Catholicism? Fat chance.

Anonymous said...

Fake pope.

Irenaeus said...

Keep your eyes peeled come this January 24th, then. Hopefully another distraction won't come out around that time.