Monday, 4 May 2020

More Bergoglian heresy: "Proselytism must be done: no. But He died for everyone, He justified everyone.""

The heretical nonsense continues unabated from the mouth of Bergoglio, the latest is this morning.

Matthew 28:16-20 Douay-Rheims  
And the eleven disciples went into Galilee, unto the mountain where Jesus had appointed them. And seeing him they adored: but some doubted. And Jesus coming, spoke to them, saying: All power is given to me in heaven and in earth. Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world.

He must have a warped idea of the Great Commission of Our Lord Jesus Christ because it is pretty clear. The words of Our Lord Jesus Christ as written by the St. Matthew the Apostle is also highly prophetic, "but some doubted."

We now know one of whom Christ referred. 

The man is a criminal, he is a clear and present danger.

He must be denounced.


Tom A. said...

One way to denounce him is to call him an anti-pope and refuse to put his name in the sacred text of Roman Rite. If you denounce him, you must also denounce all who are in union with him.

Brian said...

Bergoglio excels at doctrinal "distancing". There is no doctrine that does not have a shelf life. He knows there is no effective opposition among the bishops, a pusillanimous lot. This guy hates Catholicism.

Ana Milan said...

Justification by faith alone is what Protestants believe. Now AF is extending justification to infidels & satanists. There needs to be a complete clearance & exorcism of the Vatican & its Episcopates. They have been proven as not fit for purpose & are willingly leading souls to damnation. Now that they have closed the doors of the Church against us we must take action, maybe through the courts, as our civil & human rights have been quashed.

Osusanna said...

I also believe he hates Catholicism. What religion does he practice, or none?

Irenaeus said...

Nothing from this man surprises me anymore.

We truly deserve him.

Evangeline said...

He has largely been successful at de-Christianizing Christendom.
He has led and helped others destroy the Church. How many ways.
He has helped destroy the West, by aiding and abetting it's infiltration by enemy combatants with an anti-Christian ideology and culture.
He continues unimpeded, and it appears, will continue to do so.
The entire world suffers while this demon and his cohort lays waste to it.
It seems like the tide would start to turn if he was identified from within the church as what he is. But they refuse, they are afraid of losing their own status.

Dan said...

Christ Redeemed the world, but Justification, which makes us 'right' with God is only for those who in faith and repentance turn to Christ

SFA said...

This is in no way to justify what was said but these ideas have been infecting the Church for decades, maybe even longer. I remember hearing this stuff in the 90’s from academics and religious. In a way it’s a blessing, at least more people are recognizing this and can fight back.

BrotherBeowulf said...

@OS: Satanism. Antipope Francis works for and worships the devil. See his Stang, Mass for youth November 2018. See Pachamama worship, last Nov/December.

AF is open, notorious and in your face about whom he serves. And Who he does not. Ever see AF kneel or genuflect before the Most Blessed Sacrament, at Mass or Eucharistic Adoration. I thought not.

Anonymous said...

Currantly hes the leader of empty buildings.

BrotherBeowulf said...

Untrue my dear Irenaeus. We would only deserve Bergoglio were we too to abandon Christ and go over to the Dark Side.

Benedict is our Pope, the one and only Vicar of Christ on earth.

Of the two men in white in Rome, only on is Catholic. That fact should be obvious to all men of good.

Peter Lamb said...

It is not licit for the faithful by any manner to assist actively or to have a part in the sacred [rites] of non-Catholics.

(Canon 1258 §1)

Whoever in any manner willingly and knowingly helps in the promulgation of heresy, or who communicates in things divine [=assists at sacred rites] with heretics against the prescription of Canon 1258, is suspected of heresy.

(Canon 2316)

It is unlawful for Catholics in any way to assist actively at or take part in the worship of non-Catholics (Canon 1258). Such assistance is intrinsically and gravely evil; for (a) if the worship is non-Catholic in its form (e.g., Mohammedan ablutions, the Jewish paschal meal, revivalistic “hitting the trail,” the right hand of fellowship, etc.), it expresses a belief in the false creed symbolized; (b) if the worship is Catholic in form, but is under the auspices of a non-Catholic body (e.g., Baptism as administered by a Protestant minister, or Mass as celebrated by a schismatical priest), it expresses either faith in a false religious body or rebellion against the true Church.
(Rev. John A. McHugh, O.P. & Rev. Charles J. Callan, O.P., Moral Theology: A Complete Course Based on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Best Modern Authorities, vol. I [New York, NY: Joseph F. Wagner, 1958], n. 964)

The Catholic prohibition against worship with non-Catholics is clear, then, both from a legal-canonical as well as a moral perspective.

In 1948, this prohibition was underscored once more through a canonical warning issued by the Holy Office specifically in the context of a rising interest in ecumenical (ha!) religious gatherings, which for Catholics were (and still are) strictly forbidden:

Mixed gatherings of non-Catholics with Catholics have been reportedly held in various places, where things pertaining to the Faith have been discussed against the prescriptions of the Sacred Canons and without previous permission of the Holy See. Therefore all are reminded that according to the norm of Canon 1325 § 3 laypeople as well as clerics both secular and regular are forbidden to attend these gatherings without the aforesaid permission. It is however much less licit for Catholics to summon and institute such kind of gatherings. Let therefore Ordinaries urge all to serve these prescriptions accurately.

These are to be observed with even stronger force of law when it comes to gatherings called “ecumenical”, which laypeople and clerics may not attend at all without previous consent of the Holy See.

Moreover, since acts of mixed worship have also been posed not rarely both within and without the aforesaid gatherings, all are once more warned that any communication in sacred affairs is totally forbidden according to the norm of Canons 1258 and 731, § 2.
(Holy Office, Decree Cum Compertum

Peter Lamb said...

In the case of Francis’ practical endorsement of Anglican worship, there is more to it than a “mere” participation in false worship, however, because not only is the worship of Anglicans heretical, schismatic, and unauthorized, and therefore objectively odious in His sight (cf. Jn 4:24; Jude 11; Num 16), but any Anglican “Masses” are also invalid because all ordinations performed by the Church of England are “absolutely null and utterly void”, as declared by Pope Leo XIII in 1896:

Wherefore, strictly adhering, in this matter, to the decrees of the pontiffs, our predecessors, and confirming them most fully, and, as it were, renewing them by our authority, of our own initiative and certain knowledge, we pronounce and declare that ordinations carried out according to the Anglican rite have been, and are, absolutely null and utterly void.
(Pope Leo XIII, Bull Apostolicae Curae, n. 36)

Thus, Anglican “priests” are nothing but mere laymen dressed in fancy clerical robes. (The same theological principles which prove Anglican orders invalid, by the way, also prove Novus Ordo ordinations [after 1968] invalid.)
Pope Leo’s pronouncement, we might add, is considered infallible:
It belongs to a class of ex cathedral utterances for which infallibility is claimed on the ground, not indeed, of the terms of the Vatican definition, but of the constant practice of the Holy See, the consentient teaching of the theologians, as well as of the clearest deductions from the principles of faith.
(The Catholic Encyclopedia, s.v. “Anglican Orders”)

Peter Lamb said...

“Oh, but religious differences divide people!” you say. Yes, they do. That’s why our Blessed Lord is called the cornerstone, “the head of the corner”; that is why Simeon prophesied that “this child is set for the fall, and for the resurrection of many in Israel, and for a sign which shall be contradicted” (Lk 2:34); that’s why our Lord Himself declared: “Do not think that I came to send peace upon earth: I came not to send peace, but the sword” (Mt 10:34).

Such is the nature of the Gospel: it splits the world into two camps, the believers and the unbelievers. “He that believeth and is baptized, shall be saved: but he that believeth not shall be condemned” (Mk 16:16). The Gospel will forever be a sign of contradiction; it will forever separate the wheat from the chaff, the sheep from the goats (cf. Mt 13:30; 25:32-33). If Francis and his gang don’t like that, they should at least have the decency to cease calling themselves Catholic. “But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema” (Gal 1:8).

In 1864, Pope Pius IX issued the encyclical Quanta Cura, to which was attached his famous Syllabus of Errors, which contained 80 condemned propositions, among which we find the following under the heading of “indifferentism, latitudinarianism”:
15. Every man is free to embrace and profess that religion which, guided by the light of reason, he shall consider true…
16. Man may, in the observance of any religion whatever, find the way of eternal salvation, and arrive at eternal salvation…
17. Good hope at least is to be entertained of the eternal salvation of all those who are not at all in the true Church of Christ…
18. Protestantism is nothing more than another form of the same true Christian religion, in which form it is given to please God equally as in the Catholic Church….
(Pope Pius IX, Syllabus of Errors, nn. 15-18)

Michael Dowd said...

Jesus would disagree with Bergoglio: "Jesus answered: Amen, amen I say to thee, unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."

Sharon said...

He was washing muslims feet while ISIS
was cutting Christian heads off ,
burning Christian's in cages
and selling minorities and middle East Christian's
as islamic Sex Slaves .
What a terrible idea of a Father He has.
Your Children are being slaughtered And Murdered.
You as the 'Father" to Catholic Christian's
,are over there washing the muslim's feet?
Its Outrageous and Grotesque.
I pray for Our Brothers and Sisters and
We also Defend the weak and Fatherless
We dont wash their murderers feet .
We were to wash each others feet .
as in forgiving each other.
People who dont believe ,
We were told to Shake the dust off OUR feet
and Go on to the next town with the Gospel +

Sharon said...

The God of Israel Is Real.
Believe In His SON+

Tom A. said...

Br Beowulf, please explain to me how the man who changed the ecclesiology of the Church at Vatican II with one word, subsists, can be called Catholic. Ratzinger may not be as overt and over the top in his heresy as Bergoglio, but Ratzinger is still a manifest heretic. He is still an ecumenist as well. Another clear cut heresy. How are you so easily fooled by the external trappings the man exhibits?