"It is a grave offense not to work for the extermination of heresy when this monstrous infection requires action"
(Council of Vienne)


Monday, January 7, 2019

Bergoglio uses the message of the Magi to promote his marxist agenda

St. Ambrose:
"Even heretics appear to possess Christ, for none of them denies the name of Christ. Still, anyone who does not confess everything that pertains to Christ does in fact deny Christ."

 Even When the heresiarch Bergoglio talks about Christ, his actions contradict him: “It is not enough to know that Jesus was born, like Herod, if we do not encounter him.

The heresiarch continues saying: 

“It is always very tempting to confuse God’s light with the lights of the world” and “many times we have pursued the seductive lights of power and celebrity, convinced that we are rendering good service to the Gospel!” But by doing so, he said, “have we turned the spotlight on the wrong place, because God was not there.

St. Anthony of Padua: "Actions speak louder than words; let your words teach and your actions speak."

While the wise men went to worship Christ and to recognize him as King Bergoglio in his political speech uses the figure of the wise men to reinterpret Catholicism to promote cultural Marxism and boost Soros's Liberal agenda. 

Like Judas Judas Iscariot, the traitor who wanted to sell the perfume offered to Christ to use the money for the poor. 

John 12: “Why was this perfume not sold for three hundred denarii[a] and the money given to the poor?” 

Marxist liberation theology uses Catholicism giving it a new political reinterpretation.

Liberation Theology by Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger: 

Dealing with the central question: what is liberation theology?
Initially we said that liberation theology intends to supply a new total interpretation of the Christian reality; it explains Christianity as a praxis of liberation and sees itself as the guide to this praxis. However, since in its view all reality is political, liberation is also a political concept and the guide to liberation must he a guide to political action:"Nothing lies outside ... political commitment. Everything has a political color." A theology that is not "practical"; i.e., not essentially political, is regarded as "idealistic" and thus as lacking in reality, or else it is condemned as a vehicle for the oppressors' maintenance of power.

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