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Friday, September 27, 2019

Anti-Pope insulted and belittled young traditional priests’ clothes: Cassock means ‘moral problems’

Bergoglio does not judge gay 'priests', but he dares to make reckless judgment against Catholic faithful priests.
"3...It cannot happen until the Great Revolt has taken place and there has appeared the wicked One, the lost One, 4. the Enemy, who raises himself above every so-called God or object of worship to enthrone himself in God's sanctuary and flaunts the claim that he is God." 

— 2 Thessalonians, 2 - Bíblia Católica Online

VATICAN CITY, September 27, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) ― During a visit with African Jesuits in Mozambique, Pope Francis once again accused young priests in traditional dress of harboring “moral problems” and “imbalances.”
While answering a question from Fr. Lucas Joaquim Biriate, S.J., the socius of (chief assistant to) the Jesuit provincial in Mozambique and Zimbabwe, the Argentinian pontiff condemned “clericalism” in no uncertain terms.
Biriate had asked how priests could “avoid falling into clericalism during formation for priestly ministry.”

“Clericalism is a real perversion in the Church,” Francis replied before offering an anecdote about a clerical “friend” he had in Argentina, who once refused to bless some pictures and a rosary proffered by a pious woman. However, the pope’s ire was saved for young priests who wear traditional dress.
“Clericalism has a direct consequence in rigidity,” he said, returning to one of the themes of his pontificate. “Have you never seen young priests all stiff in black cassocks and hats in the shape of the planet Saturn on their heads? Behind all the rigid clericalism there are serious problems.”

He continued, “I had to intervene recently in three dioceses with problems that expressed themselves in these forms of rigidity that concealed moral problems and imbalances.”
It is uncertain to which dioceses the sovereign pontiff was referring.
Francis’s remarks, made on September 5, were recently published in the Vatican-vetted magazine La Civiltà Cattolica and its news website Vatican News.
Pope Francis has often attacked young traditional priests in his homilies and speeches. In a homily he gave in December 2016 at his hotel home, the Domus Sanctae Marthae, the Argentinian pontiff insinuated that young priests who wear more optional clerical garb are both “rigid” and effeminate:

About rigidity and worldliness, it was some time ago that an elderly monsignor of the curia came to me, who works, a normal man, a good man, in love with Jesus — and he told me that he had gone to buy a couple of shirts at Euroclero [the clerical clothing store] and saw a young fellow — he thinks he had not more than 25 years, or a young priest or about to become a priest — before the mirror, with a cape, large, wide, velvet, with a silver chain. He then took the Saturno [wide-brimmed clerical headgear], he put it on and looked himself over. A rigid and worldly one. And that priest — he is wise, that monsignor, very wise — was able to overcome the pain, with a line of healthy humor and added: ‘And it is said that the Church does not allow women priests!’ Thus, does the work that the priest does when he becomes a functionary ends in the ridiculous, always.
On September 7, two days after his remarks to Fr. Biriate, Pope Francis warned African bishops against “young, rigid priests.”
“Today it is fashionable, I do not know about here, but in other parts of the world it is fashionable, to find rigid people,” the pontiff said.
“Young, rigid priests, who want to save with rigidity, perhaps, I don’t know, but they take this attitude of rigidity and sometimes excuse me from the museum,” he continued. 
“They are afraid of everything, they are rigid. Be careful, and know that under any rigidity there are serious problems.” 
In response to Francis’s September 7 remarks, Monsignor Charles Pope wrote an open letter to the pontiff over social media saying that, although not young, he knows that Francis does not like his kind of priesthood.
“I must honestly and painfully say that I am wearied from being scorned and demonized by you,” he concluded.

St. Francis of Assisi Prophecy fulfilled:

“A Man, not Canonically Elected, will be raised to the Pontificate who, by his cunning, will endeavour to draw many into error and death...Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor, but a destroyer.”

Anti Pope Francis:
“The Least Serious Sins are the Sins of the Flesh”

"In reality the Antichrist, possessed by the devil, when he opens his mouth for his perverse teaching will destroy all that God had established in the Old and New Law, and will affirm that incest, fornication, adultery and other such are not sin" The Antichrist according to the Mystic Benedictine abbess Hildegard of Bingen.

Bergoglio's Doctrine of demons: "One dimension of clericalism is the exclusive moral fixation on the sixth commandment. Once a Jesuit, a great Jesuit, told me to be careful in giving absolution, because the most serious sins are those that are more angelical: pride, arrogance, dominion… And the least serious are those that are less angelical, such as greed and lust. We focus on sex and then we do not give weight to social injustice, slander, gossip and lies. The Church today needs a profound conversion in this area".

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