Saturday, April 14, 2018

“Gaudate Et Exsultate” has a ghost writer or Bergoglio has a bipolar disorder



“Gaudate Et Exsultate”: The Document was it written only by Francis or are there other hands?


Written by Father Elías


The picture of Francis and Spadaro is so suggestive that I imagine telling Francis this: "I write it but say it was you".

The truth is that I decided to read this document without any prejudice to be able to make some reflections without falling into passion. Some say that it is not worth reading it to not lose peace, but I think you have to do it to be able to give reason when they ask us about a specific point. I have highlighted some sentences with a highlighter and I have also commented on them. I can not cover everything, but some contribution I will make.

The numerals 1 and 2 are like an introduction I see them well but when we go into the chapters, which until now I have read two, questions arise. There are some very beautiful sentences but in many others there are contradictions that lead me to think, either it was written not only by Francis; or if he did it alone but more seriously because we would be before a person with a bipolar disorder or worse-one who wants to create significant confusion writing doctrinally correct things and then contradicting them.
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He started well by quoting Benedict XVI and then in number 27 he quotes Xavier Zubiri, one of those who had a great influence on Liberation Theology and in number 29 he quotes Cardinal Martini from the Mafia Saint Gallen.




In “Gaudate Et Exsultate” Bergoglio also quoted Hans U. Von Balthasar who believed that: "Hell exists, but maybe it's empty" although Don Minuttela refutes this idea. 
«Von Balthasar was an early defender of Judas' treason... the Swiss theologian carefully constructed a whole new theology to save Judas from eternal condemnation... Von Balthasar actually goes further than mere sympathy for Judas. Animus Injuriandi I shows that he proposes a "Church of the Condemned." He calls it "the Church most preferred by Our Lord. Christ is united with both the bad thief and Judas – the damned and most abandoned ones, like Christ himself – and descends with them into Hell. Then, He redeemed all the damned in Hell and ascends with them into Heaven, leaving Hell empty (Ibid., pp. 161-162, 165-166).
But there is more. Von Balthasar believes that, through the betrayal and suicide of Judas Iscariot, he played a role of co-redemption. Instead of shedding his blood for man like Christ, he empties his entrails, he poetically waxes... (Cf. ibid, p. 173).
In the 1950s Fr. Hans Urs von Balthasar published the work Casta Meretrix [The Chaste Prostitute], in which he tried to prove that the blasphemous affront made by Luther, Zwingli and Huss - who called the Catholic Church a prostitute». TIA

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1 comment:

  1. In “Gaudate Et Exsultate” Bergoglio also quoted Hans U. Von Balthasar who believed that: "Hell exists, but maybe it's empty" although Don Minuttela refutes this idea. https://www.facebook.com/radiodominanostra/videos/2038782916366959/
    «Von Balthasar was an early defender of Judas' treason... the Swiss theologian carefully constructed a whole new theology to save Judas from eternal condemnation... Von Balthasar actually goes further than mere sympathy for Judas. Animus Injuriandi I shows that he proposes a "Church of the Condemned." He calls it "the Church most preferred by Our Lord. Christ is united with both the bad thief and Judas – the damned and most abandoned ones, like Christ himself – and descends with them into Hell. Then, He redeemed all the damned in Hell and ascends with them into Heaven, leaving Hell empty (Ibid., pp. 161-162, 165-166).
    But there is more. Von Balthasar believes that, through the betrayal and suicide of Judas Iscariot, he played a role of co-redemption. Instead of shedding his blood for man like Christ, he empties his entrails, he poetically waxes... (Cf. ibid, p. 173).
    In the 1950s Fr. Hans Urs von Balthasar published the work Casta Meretrix [The Chaste Prostitute], in which he tried to prove that the blasphemous affront made by Luther, Zwingli and Huss - who called the Catholic Church a prostitute». TIA

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