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Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Prominent clergy, scholars accuse Jorge Mario Bergoglio, "Pope Francis" of heresy

I join them. 


Open letter to the bishops of the Catholic Church
Easter Week, 2019
Your Eminence, Your Beatitude, Your Excellency,
We are addressing this letter to you for two reasons: first, to accuse Pope Francis of the canonical delict of heresy, and second, to request that you take the steps necessary to deal with the grave situation of a heretical pope.
We take this measure as a last resort to respond to the accumulating harm caused by Pope Francis's words and actions over several years, which have given rise to one of the worst crises in the history of the Catholic Church.
We are accusing Pope Francis of the canonical delict of heresy. For the canonical delict of heresy to be committed, two things must occur: the person in question must doubt or deny, by public words and/or actions, some divinely revealed truth of the Catholic faith that must be believed with the assent of divine and Catholic faith; and this doubt or denial must be pertinacious, that is, it must be made with the knowledge that the truth being doubted or denied has been taught by the Catholic Church as a divinely revealed truth which must be believed with the assent of faith, and the doubt or denial must be persistent.
The entire Letter can be read here:

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/5983408-Open-Letter-to-the-Bishops-of-the-Catholic.html

13 comments:

Brian said...

Vox
The bishops are a "monkey-see-monkey-do" lot. When it looks safe they might voice some concern. In what direction is the wind blowing? This latest letter, little more than a barely audible voice crying in the wilderness, will just get ignored like the previous ones. Francis will continue on his destructive path. If bishops were really concerned they would include a copy of this letter in every Sunday bulletin of every parish in their dioceses. Think that is going to happen in our own Ontario dioceses? Not a chance.

Traditional Catholic said...

Amen. This needs to happen. Pray (and fast) for correction and a full restoration of the Faith.

God Bless.

Johnno said...

Another lay initiative. I welcome it.

But now to see if the bishops respond... this using the 'H' word may finally get us to see who picks which side.

The month of May is going to start, let's get to praying.

Anonymous said...

Dear Vox, i have to make a comment on something that puts a smile on my face, which is about the only smile i have left in these troubling times. The perfect, most suited PIC's of Bergoglio you post along side your write-ups. Thank you so much for all you do. God Bless!

Tom A. said...

Name one "bishop" or cardinal in the NO sect that is not a modernist heretic himself? You cant. They all are. This is a useless effort which can only fail because the problem is not Bergoglio, the problem is all of you who think Vatican 2 is an actual valid Catholic Council promulgated by an actual Catholic Pope. That is the problem and blaming bad bishops and wacky Popes like Frankie is foolish. The whole lot of them are heretical non-Catholics and none of them are going to fix the problem. Stop looking towards them as heros who will rescue the Church one day when finally enough pressure is brought to bear by the laity. It isnt going to happen, ever!!!

Anonymous said...

"Pray (and fast) for correction and a full restoration of the Faith."

"The month of May is going to start, let's get to praying."

Amen!


Karl

Anonymous said...

Bergoglio will respond as usual: omerta.


DisturbedMary

Anonymous said...

The Prelates have long since ditched Christ's exhortation on little children as evidenced by their response to pederasty and the sexual child abuse in their own Diocese'.
So why oh why should they pay attention to any lay group calling Francis out on heresy?

NWO Church = Heretics are Us

Kathleen1031 said...

Tom A., I am firmly in your camp now. Why would God turn the church He intended on it's ear after more than a millennia. Why would He suddenly decide up is down and right is wrong, etc. God is consistent, He does not change. This Francis-Church is evil, unnatural, a cancer, a disorder.
That being said, one wonders when the deterioration of the church really began, since it probably began even earlier than VII. Things, even destruction, usually happen by degrees. This is why the frog does not jump.

Dan said...

Kathleen1031. Yep... one wonders when the pride entered and the teachings/message became distorted. The Orthodox Church arguments are looking more and more valid.

Johnno said...

Because Kathleen,

God can by His Will, seem to interrupt for a time His promises to punish us.

He interrupted and delayed His promise of taking the Hebrews to the Promised Land, for good reason.

He interrupted and delayed His promise of allowing Israel and Jerusalem and the first Temple if Solomon to exist before the Messiah cometh, for good reason.

In all those examples the proud and arrogant imagined that they were secure in what they had because God never revokes His Promises. This is why the deviant sex parades and culture like to wave the rainbow in His Holy Face.

So too, for a time, God can shatter our security in the true Papacy, or even make it disappear for a time, in order to punish us and our unhealthy grandstanding over it, as He did to the Jews, and even Christians at times before us. And this shaking applies to the sede crowd as much as the novus ordoites, both of whom imagine they are secure in one or the other, but are both wrong.

As I've explained in detail before. This ball got rolling an even longer time before to where even the sedes are very very scared to go due to their lack of faith, and their heresy of putting the limited science of men above God and the authority of enforced Papal teachings all the way back to the 1600s. After which legitimate Popes began erring by the 1800s, setting the soil for Vatican II.

We are dealing with quite the complicated affair here. The sede crowd hasn't got it right either. Unfortunately, none of them have the balls to admit it, and thus are no different than the novus ordo bishops who are in the same camp as they are by believing the Popes of the 1600s and 1700s and the Fathers and Councils all erred when interpreting Scripture until Copernicus and Galileo and Kepler, Newton Darwin and Einstein had to correct the magisterium.

Anonymous said...

The Orthodox usually have small parishes. The priests do not usually get transferred every other year as do the ones in the large RC parishes. They get to know their priests and vice versa.
The Catholic Byzantine parishes are also smaller and the people do know their pastors also quite well.

In many Byzantine Catholic Rites parishioners have rebelled after discovering Fr Perv had extra curricular interests of the sodomite nature.
Frs Gera RCF exposed ( papa bear), Danilak ( sado masochist pedo who was found dad of AIDS on his kitchen floor when the police finally arrived to arrest him), Davidovich (who was discovered to be filming half naked parish boys wrestling with under aged parish boys) and was finally defrocked, Sopoliga ( longtime Star of EWTNs "Light from the East" whose parishioners refused to donate when they discovered he was living with his male lover for decades) and many more who never made the main stream stories.....

The argument by Catholic laity that the same happened in Orthodox parishes literally does not hold water with the exception of one Orthodox monastery that action was quickly moved upon.

RC Catholics simply do not have the same intimate closeness with their priests because of their large parishes and more frequent transfers..

Anonymous said...

Here's a new book exposing the Bergoglian agenda, just released yesterday in English (May 24, 2019):

Antonio Socci - The Secret of Benedict XVI: Is He Still The Pope?

https://www.amazon.com/Secret-Benedict-XVI-Still-Pope/dp/1621384586/ref=pd_ybh_a_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=KMG08961JJ6JMHRQH3EX

Highly recommend for all followers of Vox Cantoris; perhaps you could give us your own review? It's provocative and not what you expect when you begin it!

Giuseppe Pellegrino