Wednesday, December 30, 2015

The Gospel According to Francis' latest heresy!

Throughout history there have been many apocryphal gospels that have emerged about the life of Jesus Christ.  The Gnostic Gospel according to Mary Magdalene and then there is the Gnostic gospel of Judas but we had to wait until the 21st century to discover the “Gospel according to Bergolio.”  On this past Sunday-The Feast of the Holy Family, the Catholic world was perplexed and confused to hear this interpretation of the loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple coming straight from Francis mouth:


Our Lord Jesus Christ had to beg for forgiveness of his parents for being in his Father's house.


“At the end of that pilgrimage, Jesus returned to Nazareth and was obedient to his parents (cf. Lk 2:51). This image also contains a beautiful teaching about our families. A pilgrimage does not end when we arrive at our destination, but when we return home and resume our everyday lives, putting into practice the spiritual fruits of our experience. We know what Jesus did on that occasion. Instead of returning home with his family, he stayed in Jerusalem, in the Temple, causing great distress to Mary and Joseph who were unable to find him. For this little “escapade”, Jesus probably had to beg forgiveness of his parents. The Gospel doesn’t say this, but I believe that we can presume it. Mary’s question, moreover, contains a certain reproach, revealing the concern and anguish which she and Joseph felt. Returning home, Jesus surely remained close to them, as a sign of his complete affection and obedience. Moments like these become part of the pilgrimage of each family; the Lord transforms the moments into opportunities to grow, to ask for and to receive forgiveness, to show love and obedience.”



Listen the Blasphemy 
Min 37






“Per questa sua “scappatella”, probabilmente anche Gesù dovette chiedere scusa ai suoi genitori. Il Vangelo non lo dice, ma credo che possiamo supporlo.”
chiedere scusa {vb}= to beg pardon {vb} to apologise {v.i.}






The finding of Jesus in the temple is the only event that breaks the silence of the Gospels about the hidden years of Jesus.226 Here Jesus lets us catch a glimpse of the mystery of his total consecration to a mission that flows from his divine sonship: "Did you not know that I must be about my Father's work?"227 Mary and Joseph did not understand these words, but they accepted them in faith. Mary kept all these things in her heart” during the years Jesus remained hidden in the silence of an ordinary life.


St. Alphonsus Liguouri says in The Glories of Mary on page 624 that such a statement is that of heretics: 
“Therefore in this sorrow alone did Mary complain, lovingly expostulating with Jesus, after she had found him, "Son, why has thou done so to us? Thy father and I have sought Thee sorrowing." By these words she had no idea of reproving Jesus, as heretics blasphemously assert...”.


“By their Fruits you shall know them...”(Mt 7:16)




Our Lady of Good Success:
“Various heresies will be propagated in this land, then a free Republic. As these heresies spread and dominate, the precious light of Faith will be extinguished in souls by the almost total corruption of customs [morals]… The small number of souls who, hidden, will preserve the treasure of the Faith and the virtues will suffer an unspeakably cruel and slow martyrdom…”

Saint Hildegard of Bingen: Then to the end time, two powers will appear, like the two heads, one going up to salvation, even among anguish and distress, which is Enoch and Elijah and the other, which lead instead to perdition grinding his teeth and seeming miracles and glorious virtue, which is the Antichrist.”  So the majority of men will abandon the true Catholic faith and become the son of perdition. That in comparison with him the Son of God has only a small number of faithfulThen suddenly will emerge an agitation and confusion of heresies within the church “Heresies  will be such that heretics can openly and safely preach their erroneous beliefs. Doubt and uncertainty in the Catholic faith of Christians will increase so much that people will doubt what God directed.”  And he will be known as the son of the most cruel perdition, because he will be immoral and teach all men things contrary to God.


The Revelations of St Bridget:
“The bad example of many priests leads many people gradually into spiritual blindness and to become complacent in sin, and then to even boast about it, even if previously they had been ashamed of it (4. 132). Priests and religious are accused by Christ of being deficient and often totally negligent in their preaching and instructing the people in the faith. Christ complains to Bridget: "They do not speak of my wonderful deeds nor do they teach my doctrine, but instead they teach love of the world” (4.132)
 



Image Source: CNS photo/Paul Haring; modified with caption.

 Francis admitted his Teaching is “perhaps a Heresy, I don’t know” 



Francis in Message to Ecumenical Event 28 May 2015 : “I want to say something that may perhaps be a Heresy, I don’t know”


The Church always considered Christ’s sacrifice united to that of His Mother; but for Francis, She said interiorly: ‘I was deceived’!!!

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