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Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Regarding Judas Bergoglio again contradicts Jesus Christ

 Heresiarch Bergoglio: “Someone might think, ‘This Pope is a Heretic’…” for saying Judas Iscariot might be saved!

en.news Francis denied during his April 8 homily again that Judas burns in hell although he knows that Christ said it would be better for Judas “if he had never been born.”

“Does this mean that Judas is in hell?" Francis asks. His reply, "I don't know. I look at the Gospel, and I see Jesus calling him friend.”

Perhaps speaking about himself, Francis also mentioned “the little Judas we carry within ourselves,” but kept quiet about Christ saying that “Satan entered into Judas” (John 13:27) who is “the son of perdition” (John 17:12).

The Word of God, the catechism  of Trent and St. Thomas Aquinas' Catena Aurea demonstrate that Judas was condemned.The Magisterium of the Church and many saints have spoken about the condemnation of Judas.

Matthew 26:24 The Son of Man goes as it is written of him, but woe to that one by whom the Son of Man is betrayed! It would have been better for that one not to have been born.”

Poor Judas! Above seventeen hundred years have elapsed since he has been in Hell, and his Hell is still only beginning.”
St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori

In the Catena Aurea of Saint Thomas Aquinas we read that Judas was condemned.

Origen : And it may be serviceable to remark, that as he who eats our Lord’s bread and drinks His cup unworthily, eats and drinks to his own damnation; so the bread which Jesus gave him was eaten by the rest to their salvation, but by Judas to his damnation, inasmuch as after it the devil entered into him.

Pope Pius XI:
Judas, an Apostle of Christ, “one of the twelve,” as the Evangelists sadly observe, was led down to the abyss of iniquity precisely through the spirit of greed for earthly things. (Encyclical Ad Catholici Sacredotii, n. 49)

Pope St. Leo the Great: "The godless betrayer, shutting his mind to all these things [offerings of God's Mercy], turned upon himself, not with a mind to repent, but in the madness of self-destruction; so that this man who had sold the Author of Life to the executioners of His death, even in the act of dying sinned unto the increase of his own eternal punishment."

 St. Augustine: "For Judas, when he killed himself, killed a wicked man, and passed from this life chargeable not only with the death of Christ, but also with his own: for though he killed himself on account of his crime, his killing himself was another crime."

St. Thomas Aquinas: "In the case of Judas, the abuse of grace was the reason for his reprobation, since he was made reprobate because he died without grace."

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