Bergoglio´s Preacher Rants Against "Traditionalism"
Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa quoted in his March 26 Lenten Sermon to Francis and the Roman Curia the “great historian” Jaroslav Pelikan (+2006), an American Lutheran pastor who later in life became Orthodox.
Cantalamessa parroted approvingly Pelikan's claim that "tradition is the living faith of the dead - that is, the faith of the fathers that I continue to live. Traditionalism is the dead faith of the living."
"I repeat. Tradition is the living faith of the dead and traditionalism is the dead faith of the living."
In real life, those churches which Cantalamessa would brush off as "traditionalist," are full of life, future, children, families and vocations, while Cantalamessa’s "living tradition" is a synonym for departing from tradition. Video
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Note that Bergoglio and his accomplice Cantalamessa share the same heresy and apostasy.
"In 1980, this same Fr. Cantalamessa was appointed by Pope John Paul II as Preacher to the Papal Household."
|Luna Park stadium in Buenos Aires on June 19, 2006.|
|Cantalamessa on Marital Submission,” Zenit, August 25, 2006|