Sunday, June 26, 2016

Let Bergoglio and his followers Be Anathema!

"[The Church] shouldn’t just apologize to a gay [sic] person whom it has offended,” he said.

“It should ask forgiveness also from the poor, from exploited women, from children exploited as laborers. It has to ask forgiveness for having blessed so many weapons … Christians should ask forgiveness for not having accompanied so many persons, many families.”

Bergoglio is murderer of souls.

John Vennari  from Catholic Family News comment: Francis has shown himself to be an enemy of the Catholic Faith, of natural law and of Christian civilization.  

Friday, June 24, 2016

And I will set up over them ONE shepherd says the Lord

St. Vincent Ferrer O.P.
«Sixth. It is true of faith that the pope has full authority over all. As Christ said to Peter: and whatsoever thou shalt bind upon earth, it shall be bound also in heaven: and whatsoever thou shalt loose upon earth, it shall be loosed also in heaven.(Mt. XVI, 19). If there were two popes at once one would have more power than the other, or not? If one did not have more power than the other, neither would be pope because the pope has authority over all, as stated above. If the lower had it he would not be pope. So the Lord promised speaking by Ezekiel: I will save my flock, and will never be prey to the nations; I will raise up for her only one pastor, who will shepherd them (Ez. XXXIV, 28 and 31). For all these reasons it is clear that it is wrong to believe that the two chosen in question are true popes. Therefore, erring very seriously who, in an effort to obtain graces and dispensations, or achieve any kind of privileges, go to each other, revering like real popes. For being true that both cannot be popes one of them is an apostate and anti-pope. It is clear that those in their pleas revere both as such; they can not escape to the penalties and curses prescribed at the canon of the Decree begins in the name of the Lord ...(J. Gratianus, Decretum (Concordantia discordantium canonum) 1, dist. 23, e. 1 : 44 In nomine Domini"). And no one can be excused in this ignorance, as will be seen in what follows.» Link

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Another Bergoglio's Blasphemy !

“And he opened his mouth unto blasphemies against God…”               

                                 (Apoc 13:6)

 Bergoglio in the Basilica San Giovanni Laterano

Blasphemy: Jesus in the episode with the adulteress “plays the fool a bit ” (a shocking phrase which the Vatican site changed to “pretended not to understand” , but we have the recording...«Gesù fa un po' lo scemo» ) 
Bergoglio also mocked holiness, the will of God that is our sanctification,
3 For this is the will of God, your sanctification: that you abstain from immorality (Cf. 1 Thessalonians 4:3-8)
14 Strive ...for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord. (Cf. Hebreos 12:14, 2 Corinthians 7:1)
Bergoglio believe that holiness cannot be achieve but that is only found in books means that Jesus ask us something impossible to achieve.

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Francis: Most Catholic marriages are null, some ‘cohabitations’ are ‘real marriage’

June 17, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – Pope Francis spoke yesterday at a pastoral congress on the family for the Diocese of Rome, and his remarks are causing consternation among faithful Catholics. In off-the-cuff remarks, the pope made the dual claim that the “great majority” of Catholic marriages are “null” – in other words, not actual marriages – and that some cohabitating couples are in a “real marriage,” receiving the grace of the Sacrament.
“I’ve seen a lot of fidelity in these cohabitations, and I am sure that this is a real marriage, they have the grace of a real marriage because of their fidelity,” he said.
In the same interview, the Pope called priests who would refuse baptism to children of single mothers “animals.”
The Vatican has provided video of the full remarks by the Pope as well as a full transcript of his remarks. In the transcript, however, the words of the Pope as heard clearly in the video (at 1:14:20) are changed from saying the “great majority” of Catholic marriages are null, to “a part” of them are null.
The Pope’s remarks on cohabitation came in response to a question on the crisis in marriage today. He began by speaking of living in a “culture of the provisional” recalling a story of a boy who wanted to be a priest, “but only for ten years.”
“It’s provisional, and because of this the great majority of our sacramental marriages are null,” he said. “Because they say ‘yes, for the rest of my life!’ but they don’t know what they are saying. Because they have a different culture. They say it, they have good will, but they don’t know.”
Later in his reply Pope Francis spoke of couples preferring to cohabitate, and told priests not to tell them to marry, but to accompany them instead. “They prefer to cohabitate, and this is a challenge, a task. Not to ask ‘why don’t you marry?’ No, to accompany, to wait, and to help them to mature, help fidelity to mature.”
He added, “In Argentina’s northeast countryside, couples have a child and live together. They have a civil wedding when the child goes to school, and when they become grandparents they ‘get married religiously.’”
“It’s a superstition, because marriage frightens the husband. It’s a superstition we have to overcome,” the Pope said. “I’ve seen a lot of fidelity in these cohabitations, and I am sure that this is a real marriage, they have the grace of a real marriage because of their fidelity.”
Regarding cohabitation, the Catechism of the Catholic Church says:
2391 Some today claim a "right to a trial marriage" where there is an intention of getting married later. However firm the purpose of those who engage in premature sexual relations may be, "the fact is that such liaisons can scarcely ensure mutual sincerity and fidelity in a relationship between a man and a woman, nor, especially, can they protect it from inconstancy of desires or whim." Carnal union is morally legitimate only when a definitive community of life between a man and woman has been established. Human love does not tolerate "trial marriages." It demands a total and definitive gift of persons to one another.
Pope St. John Paul II’s Familiaris Consortio spelled out the harm of cohabitation. The various factors leading to situations of cohabitation, he says,
…presents the Church with arduous pastoral problems, by reason of the serious consequences deriving from them, both religious and moral (the loss of the religious sense of marriage seen in the light of the Covenant of God with His people; deprivation of the grace of the sacrament; grave scandal), and also social consequences (the destruction of the concept of the family; the weakening of the sense of fidelity, also towards society; possible psychological damage to the children; the strengthening of selfishness).

Read More at LifeSiteNews

Bergoglio had fallen into formal heresy since Argentina and schism against the Magisterium of the Catholic Church
Chiesa news As archbishop of Buenos Aires, he authorized the “curas villeros,” the priests sent to the peripheries, to give communion to all, although four fifths of the couples were not even married.

He has been usurping the power of God since he was in Argentina.
Bishop Athanasius Schneider: "Admitting couples living in (sin) "irregular unions" to Holy Communion and allowing them to practice acts that are reserved for spouses in a valid marriage would be tantamount to the usurpation of a power that does not belong to any human authority, because to do so would be a pretension to correct the Word of God himself."

New Annulment Procedures. A Jurist Demolishes the Reform of Bergoglio:
Professor Danilo Castellano: Nullity is a declaration of the non-existence of a marriage. The failed marriage is not null in and of itself. October 3, 2015
Bergoglio Said: “This is also the great benefit of confession as a sacrament: evaluating case by case and discerning what is the best thing to do for a person who seeks God and grace. The confessional is not a torture chamber, but the place in which the Lord’s mercy motivates us to do better. I also consider the situation of a woman with a failed marriage in her past and who also had an abortion. Then this woman remarries, and she is now happy and has five children. That abortion in her past weighs heavily on her conscience and she sincerely regrets it. She would like to move forward in her Christian life. What is the confessor to do? (Sept 19 2013) 

Cardinal Bergolio permitted a homosexual sacrilege ceremony in a Basilica of Buenos Aires
A few days ( 03/09/12 ) after this transvestite 'baptizes' their 'children' Bergoglio was tough with priests who do not baptize extramarital children. He complained against priests of the Diocese of San Isidro because neither Socorro Parish nor Pilar allowed the baptism. He also said we learn that "in our ecclesiastical region there are Priests who will not baptize children…" "These are the hypocrites of today those who use the Clericalism of the Church. Those who deviate people from the God of salvation," said the archbishop Bergolio in a pastoral meeting in the Universidad Católica Argentina. "With pain I say, and if it seems a complaint or offense, forgive me, but in our region's ecclesiastical priests who do not baptize the children of single mothers because they were not conceived in the sanctity of marriage," the Archbishop commented. "Say no to hypocrisy. Say no to the hypocrisy of clericalism. Say no to spiritual Worldliness. Because this demonstrates that one is a businessman instead of being either a man or woman of the gospel ", claimed Bergoglio.…/cardinal-bergog…

Dissidents Theologians Propose to Re-Write Catechism & Canon Law in Light of Amoris Laetitia

An article published on 12 June by — the Catholic news agency partly funded by the Austrian bishops — has received a great deal of attention in Europe. Two Italian websites — La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana and Il Timone — have both reported on it. So has the Austrian Catholic website The reason for all the attention is that the article at includes several important statements from progressive Catholic theologians who have unmistakably read Amoris Laetitia in a very lax and sentimentally liberal way.
Read more at : OnePeterFive


Kasper and Bergoglio share the same heretical idea.

"If a thing is prohibited in the canon law, does not mean it should be banned forever. The canon law contains laws but the laws can be changed." Bergoglio.

3/12/2015 (Catholic Online)"In a private conversation with his longtime friend from Buenos Aires, Oscar Crespo, "Pope" Francis reportedly revealed his plans to change important "archaic" parts of the Catholic rules. Crespo claims the "Pope" intends to overturn the "centuries-old ban" on Catholic priests from getting married and to lift the banishment of divorcees from the Catholic church."
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - As it stands now, Catholic priests take a vow of celibacy and cannot be married. The Catholic church simply does not accept divorce, and anyone divorced, who then remarries or starts a sexual relationship with a new person, is committing adultery under Catholic law.
"He said, these were his priorities as "Pope". The first of all is to change the rules for divorced couples," claims Crespo on his conversation with Francis. "The second was to eliminate the law of celibacy. He said it was not part of the doctrine of the church. It was started more than 1,000 years ago by a "pope", and he considers it archaic, an antiquity which needs to be reconsidered."

...Claudia Garcia Larumbe, she was divorced at the age of 31 and no longer allowed to participate in her Catholic church activities, such as Communion and confession, because she was now considered to be living in adultery.

Larumbe heard Crespo was going to visit the Pope and asked him to send a message to Francis. "I said I wanted to be part of the church, I wanted to be able to confess, but I wasn't able to because I had divorced. I just wanted some advice, but I never expected to get an answer back," expressed Larumbe to Daily Mail. "But when Oscar got back he called me and said he had spoken personally with the Pope and that he had given me permission himself. I was speechless and so emotional, I couldn't believe I'd got a message directly from the Pope."

You have reason to believe that Bergoglio is more liberal?

Boff: Yes. For example, a few months ago he explicitly permitted a homosexual couple to adopt a child. He kept in touch with priests who were expelled from the official church because they had gotten married.