(Vatican Radio) Francis said confession is not a judgment but a meeting with God who forgives all our sins, without exception.
Council of Trent teaches us: "If anyone says that the confession of all sins, is not a judicial act ... let him be anathema. "(Denzinger, 919)
Francis’ Heretical Teaching On Sin
Francis, Conversations, pp. 120-121: “I often say that the only glory we have, as Saint Paul says, is that of being sinners.”
“That’s why, for me, sin is not a stain I need to clean.”
Hell Is For Real # 4 St John Bosco:
Each cavern of Hell has punishments for different sins
Taking my hand, he led me into the cavern. As I stepped in, I found myself suddenly transported into a magnificent crystal hall. In the hall, at regular distances were large veils that covered other rooms that accessed the cavern.
The guide pointed to one of those veils over which was written: The Sixth Commandment, and he exclaimed: “Transgressions against this commandment caused the eternal ruin of many boys.”
“Did they not go to confession?”
“They did, but they either made a bad confession or purposely omitted the sins against the beautiful virtue of purity. For example, one said that he had committed such sins two or three times when it was four or five. Other boys who had fallen into that sin in their childhood were ashamed and never confessed it, or made a bad confession, or did not tell everything.
“Others did not have the sorrow for their sin or lacked the purpose to avoid it in the future. There were even some who, rather than examine their consciences, spent their time trying to figure out ways to deceive their confessor. Anyone dying in this frame of mind shall be among the damned for all eternity. Only those who die truly repentant with the hope of eternal life shall be eternally happy.
St. Cyprian (200-258)
“To adhere to a false Bishop of Rome is to be out of communion with the Church.”
Saint Vincent Ferrer, O.P:
“It is very dangerous for the Christian Soul
join to a false pope; the
false pope is like "a foreign god
in this world, an idol, a statue, a
fictitious image of Christ”