Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Bergoglio applies Amoris Laetitia for tattoos 'case by case' - Words of 'Pope Francis' Replace the Word of God

Bergoglio destroys the absolute truths and God's law which apply to all human beings without exception.





Matthew 5:37  Let your word be ‘Yes, Yes’ or ‘No, No’; anything more than this comes from the evil one.


Bergoglio used as example the tattoo on the forehead of the African culture Eritrea that he called 'a problem of exaggeration'


“Do not be scared of tattoos. The Eritreans, for years, made the cross here. Also today we see them. The cross was tattooed. Yes, they are exaggerations, today I see some
“I think those who have a strong measure of tattoos can not donate blood, things like that ... because there is danger of poisoning. When exaggerated there is a problem of exaggeration, but not of the tattoo




Hildegard of Bingen OSB about the Man of Sin WroteHe will open his mouth to preach contradiction.


Leviticus 19:28  You shall not make any gashes in your flesh for the dead or tattoo any marks upon you: I am the Lord

For Bergoglio what does clericalism mean ("one of the worst illnesses of the Church")? That the Priests firmly teach obedience to God's Commandments on the subjects of absolute moral truths.



Vatican News 19 March 2018, 15:46
How is a young person preparing for the priesthood to respond to the complexities of present-day culture – like tattoos, for instance?
Pope Francis used this question from a young Ukrainian seminarian to reflect on the priest as a “witness to Christ”. Clericalism, on the contrary, said the Pope, is “one of the worst illnesses of the Church”, because it confuses the “paternal role of the priest” with the “managerial role of the boss”. He also spoke about the relationship between the priest and the community and how this relationship is compromised, and can be destroyed, by “gossip”. Responding specifically to the question of tattoos, Pope Francis recalled how different cultures have used them to distinguish and identify themselves, so “don’t be afraid of tattoos”, he said – but don’t exaggerate either. If anything, use the tattoo as a talking-point to begin a dialogue about what it signifies.



Bergoglio:  Engaging in dialogue does not mean renouncing our own ideas and traditions, but the claim that they alone are valid or absolute.(48th World Day of Social Communication)

Bergoglio Evangelii gaudium, §129. We should not think, however, that the Gospel message must always be communicated by fixed formulations learned by heart or by specific words which express an absolutely invariable content. 



Bergoglio is saying that pagan culture is Higher than God’s Law. 

That indigenous peoples, whose identity and very existence are threatened, will be shown due respect” (Vatican Radio, July 6, 2016).





Deuteronomy 14:1 

Pagan Practices Forbidden


You are children of the Lord your God. You must not lacerate yourselves or shave your forelocks for the dead. 



Mark 5:5 Night and day among the tombs and on the mountains he was always howling and bruising himself with stones. 


Revelation 13:16  Also it causes all, both small and great, both rich and poor, both free and slave, to be marked on the right hand or the forehead.







Bergoglio Denies the infallibility of the Church:
Walter Kasper like Hans Küng does not believe either that the Church infallibly keeps the Divine Revelation.



Bergoglio: Church Is ‘Obsessed’ With Gays, Abortion and Birth Control
“It is not necessary to talk about these issues all the time. The dogmatic and moral teachings of the church are not all equivalent. The church’s pastoral ministry cannot be obsessed with the transmission of a disjointed multitude of doctrines to be imposed insistently

During the return flight from Rio de Janeiro I said that if a homosexual person is of good will and is in search of God, I am no one to judge. By saying this, I said what the catechism says. Religion has the right to express its opinion in the service of the people, but God in creation has set us free: it is not possible to interfere spiritually in the life of a person.

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