Saturday, 17 February 2018

Hey George, If you don't read the blogs that call you a heretic then how do you know?

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"For mental health, I do not read the websites of this so-called" resistance. "I know who I am, I know the groups, but I do not read them, simply for my mental health ... Some resistances come from people who believe they have the true doctrine and they accuse you of being a heretic: when in these people, for what they say or write, I find no spiritual goodness, I simply pray for them." 

16 comments:

Restore-DC-Catholicism said...

Ssshhhh! You're not supposed to ask these embarrassing questions because...well, mercy, you know!

Anonymous said...

Anyone who values their spiritual and mental health,should reading anything he says.

Kathleen1031 said...

In other words nah nah nah nah nah I CAN'T HEAR YOU...
Petty, juvenile, unbalanced, vindictive, vile person.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

I wonder how Bergoglio would define "spiritual goodness".
It would probably be something like New Age positive thinking, a refusal to discern truth on account of making others feel good about themselves - "just the way they are".
Bergoglio is probably praying - Thank you, oh unknown deity, that I have not evolved from nothing to become like these traditionalists, who call you a father, and who believe that you know better than I do. Make them as humble, wise and spirit-filled as I am, so that they can appreciate me properly.

Johnno said...

They should then put a picture of Francis next to the word 'heretic' in the dictionary.

Anonymous said...

How does he know that he has a true doctrine, if he is teaching against the TRUTH of the Bible?
Thinking like that means putting himself above others with pride!!!
Maybe "RESIST THIS POPE" movement would give him a food for thought, because church teaches that taking good and sincere criticism is a healthy sign of TRUE HUMILITY... And this so-called pope claims that he is a star of humility, so... ... ... ???

Anonymous said...

It seems he applies the *same mental health issue* he suffers with towards our most Holy Lord and those *rigid* 10 commandments which he doesn't seem to read either!
Jorge is so cunning, he labels faithful Catholics as evil, insults them and then becomes all so holy by stating that he prays for True Catholics.
The utter lies that comes out of this man’s mouth since the very day of his *false* election is unbelievable.

Anonymous said...

http://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope-francis/mass-casa-santa-marta/2018-02/pope-francis-homily-santa-marta-lent-fasting.html

Maudie N Mandeville said...

I simply pray for them." (when he's not falling asleep)

Catechist Kev said...

Well, let's dissect this, shall we? Put the shoe on the other foot.

How about...

For mental health, I do not read the Vatican sources of this so-called "paradigm shift of Catholic teaching" nor "accompanying" moral theology. I know who I am, I know the pope's groupies, but I do not read them (much), simply for my mental health ... Some of the pope's groupie theologians come from people (mentors) who believe *they* have the true doctrine and they accuse you of being "rigid or fundamentalist Pharisees": when *in* these people, for what they say or write, I find no spiritual goodness, I simply pray for them... and their conversion to the Catholic Faith.

Better, VC? ;^)

Anonymous said...

The man is incapable of honest, objective introspection for an examination of conscience. He is thoroughly unfit to occupy any position of consequence. That he was elected by others in positions of responsibility in the Catholic Church and that he is unchallenged by those in positions of responsibility in the Catholic Church makes it pretty evident that the vast majority of the hierarchy is, like their "leader", unfit for their positions.

Things are simply horrendous.


Karl

C. LaSalle said...

Funny that a number of Catholics feel the same way about him as he does about this so called resistence.

Peter Lamb said...

The topic of a pope becoming a heretic was addressed at the First Vatican Council by Archbishop Purcell, of Cincinnati, Ohio: “The question was also raised by a Cardinal, ‘What is to be done with the Pope if he becomes a heretic?’ It was answered that there has never been such a case; the Council of Bishops could depose him for heresy, for from the moment he becomes a heretic he is not the head or even a member of the Church. The Church would not be, for a moment, obliged to listen to him when he begins to teach a doctrine the Church knows to be a false doctrine, and he would cease to be Pope, being deposed by God Himself. (The New Princeton Review, Volume 42 p. 648, also The Life and Life-work of Pope Leo XIII. By James Joseph McGovern p. 241.)

Michael Dowd said...

This is how it looks to me: Bergoglio is the Obama of Popes with a Liberal One World secular agenda. Most Bishops and Cardinals are the Pelosies with the same agenda The agenda is what is important. Nothing will be done about our "Pope" unless the agenda is in jeopardy. God, Catholic doctrine, faith, grace, heaven, hell all the rest is only window dressing but are needed to keep the folks in the pews more or less satisfied in order to maintain the power base.

So if we want action we must loudly express dissatisfaction.

Anonymous said...

The only voice we have of temporal consequence is our money.

God will do what God will do, but as yet.....

The Catholic Church must be driven into bankruptcy, even if every treasure must be sold/auctioned, until these vermin are exterminated!

I would rather watch the Pieta be pulverized and the Vatican bulldozed and replaced with a mosque, than have this infidel Pope last another day in office.


Karl

lmpivon said...

I have NO doubt that Bergoglio prays very little, whereas Benedict is said to pray the Rosary two times a day, maybe more. Benedict does the Latin Mass for himself and his assistants. Bergoglio, who knows, he probably jokes while he does the Homily. I wonder if he even does Mass daily. It is such a shame we have such bad feelings about this pope. I wish it weren't true--all the awful things he's said and done. And, it seems there is no Bishop with the guts enough to start the formation of a council to judge this heretical pope and force a resignation.