Revelation 13:6 It opened its mouth to utter blasphemies against God, blaspheming his name and his dwelling, that is, those who dwell in heaven.Blog Como vara de almendro
Dear brothers, sadly I share with you the grief I felt at knowing the frivolity with which Francis spoke of Blessed Imelda, whom I esteem so much, in the pre-synod to young people, to which he responded to the questions asked. You can read the news here.
Bergoglio: "When you find these priests a little like that, with their hands together, they always think they are in heaven ... I say: priests with the face of Blessed Imelda. No, it does not work ...
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Amongst laymen frivolous language is only frivolity: but it is blasphemy when it comes from the mouth of a priest. […] Thy lips have been consecrated to the Gospel of Christ. Therefore it is unlawful for thee now to use them for jesting, and a sacrilege to have them thus habitually employed. ‘The lips of the priest,’ says the Prophet, ‘shall keep knowledge, and they shall seek the law at his mouth’ (Mal 2:7). Observe that it is not jests or fables but the law of God that is to be sought from the mouth of a priest. With regard to scurrility, it is not enough to banish that from thy mouth: it must also be banished from thine ear. To allow thyself to laugh at such jokes would be a scandal; but it would be a greater scandal to repeat them for the amusement of others. (Saint Bernard. Treatise on Consideration to Pope Eugene III, Ch. XIII, 68-69)