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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Cardinal Burke: When Joe Biden Receives Communion He Commits a Sacrilege


en.news The Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is “not a Catholic in good standing and he should not approach to receive Holy Communion," Cardinal Raymond Burke told CatholicAction.org (video, published September 28).

Burke didn't recommend any candidate for office, but “a Catholic may not support abortion in any shape or form.” Biden has actively supported abortion for decades.

According to Burke, if Biden would receive Holy Communion this would be a sacrilege and would endanger the salvation and his soul. As a matter of fact, Biden keeps receiving Holy Communion. Only in October 2019 he was once denied Communion in a South Carolina parish.

New York Cardinal Timothy Dolan said in October 2019 and Cardinal Gerhard Müller confirmed that they would not deny Biden Holy Communion. Biden’s Bishop William Malooly of Wilmington, Delaware, doesn't deny Communion "to any politician."

Bergoglio's anti-doctrine contradicts the Catholic teachings of Saint Jerome


…judges Francis’ defense of the Jovinian heresy

  • The question between myself and Jovinian is that he puts marriage on a level with virginity, while I make it inferior

Certain persons find fault with me because in the books which I have written against Jovinian I have been excessive (so they say) in praise of virginity and in depreciation of marriage; and they affirm that to preach up chastity till no comparison is left between a wife and a virgin is equivalent to a condemnation of matrimony. If I remember aright the point of the dispute, the question at issue between myself and Jovinian is that he puts marriage on a level with virginity, while I make it inferior; he declares that there is little or no difference between the two states, I assert that there is a great deal. (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 2)

  • Jovinian was condemned because he dared to set matrimony on an equality with perpetual chastity

Finally, a result due under God to your agency, he [Jovinian] has been condemned because he has dared to set matrimony on an equality with perpetual chastity. Or, if a virgin and a wife are to be looked on as the same, how comes it that Rome has refused to listen to this impious doctrine? A virgin owes her being to a man, but a man does not owe his to a virgin. There can be no middle course. Either my view of the matter must be embraced, or else that of Jovinian. If I am blamed for putting wedlock below virginity, he must be praised for putting the two states on a level. If, on the other hand, he is condemned for supposing them equal, his condemnation must be taken as testimony in favor of my treatise. (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 2)

  • Gold is more precious than silver, virginity more than marriage

We are not ignorant that ‘marriage is honorable …and the bed undefiled.’ (Heb 13:4) We have read the first decree of God: ‘Be fruitful and multiply and replenish the earth.’ (Gen 1:28) But while we allow marriage, we prefer the virginity which springs from it. Gold is more precious than silver, but is silver on that account the less silver? Is it an insult to a tree to prefer its apples to its roots or its leaves? Is it an injury to corn to put the ear before the stalk and the blade? As apples come from the tree and grain from the straw, so virginity comes from wedlock. (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 2)

  • In a proportion of fruit, matrimony represents 30%, widowhood 70% and virginity 100%

Yields of one hundredfold, of sixtyfold, and of thirtyfold may all come from one soil and from one sowing, yet they will differ widely in quantity. The yield thirtyfold signifies wedlock […] . The yield sixtyfold refers to widows who are placed in a position of distress and tribulation. […]. Moreover, a hundred indicates the crown of virginity.” (Jerome, Adv. Jov. I, 3) (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 2)

  • I speak of marriage as silver and do not condemn it, but call virginity gold

Does a man who speaks thus, I would ask you, condemn marriage? If I have called virginity gold, I have spoken of marriage as silver. I have set forth that the yields an hundredfold, sixtyfold, and thirtyfold-all spring from one soil and from one sowing, although in amount they differ widely. Will any of my readers be so unfair as to judge me, not by my words, but by his own opinion? At any rate, I have dealt much more gently with marriage than most Latin and Greek writers; who, by referring the hundredfold yield to martyrs, the sixtyfold to virgins, and the thirtyfold to widows, show that in their opinion married persons are excluded from the good ground and from the seed of the great Father. (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 3)

  • Marriage and virginity is a gift of God, but there is a great difference between gift and gift

Can one who declares that it is a precept of the Lord that wives should not be put away, and that what God has joined together man must not, without consent, put asunder (Mt 19:6) -can such an one be said to condemn marriage? Again, in the verses which follow, the apostle says: “But every man hath his proper gift of God, one after this manner, and another after that.” (1 Cor 7:7) In explanation of this saying we made the following remarks: (Ag. Jov. I.8) “What I myself would wish, he says, is clear. But since there are diversities of gifts in the church, (1 Cor 12:4) I allow marriage as well, that I may not appear to condemn nature. Reflect, too, that the gift of virginity is one thing, that of marriage another. For had there been one reward for married women and for virgins he would never, after giving the counsel of continence, have gone on to say: `But every man hath his proper gift of God, one after this manner and another after that.’ Where each class has its proper gift, there must be some distinction between the classes. I allow that marriage, as well as virginity, is the gift of God, but there is a great difference between gift and gift. (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 4)

  • The difference between marriage and virginity is that between what is good and what is still better

At the end, also, of our comparison of virgins and married women we have summed up the discussion thus: (Ag. Jov. I.13) ‘When one thing is good and another thing is better; when that which is good has a different reward from that which is better; and when there are more rewards than one, then, obviously, there exists a diversity of gifts. The difference between marriage and virginity is as great as that between not doing evil and doing good-or, to speak more favorably still, as that between what is good and what is still better.’ (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 7)

  • Virgins are the first fruits unto God, then widows and wives who live in continence

Again, when I adduce evidence from the Apocalypse (Ag. Jov. I.40) is it not clear what view I take concerning virgins, widows, and wives? “These are they who sing a new song (Rev 14:3) which no man can sing except he be a virgin. These are `the first fruits unto God and unto the Lamb’ (Rev 14:4), and they are without spot. If virgins are the first fruits unto God, then widows and wives who live in continence must come after the first fruits-that is to say, in the second place and in the third” (Ag. Jov. I.40) We place widows, then, and wives in the second place and in the third, and for this we are charged by the frenzy of a heretic with condemning marriage altogether. (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 10)

  • I praise marriage, but it is because they give virgins to espouse the Lord

I praise wedlock, I praise marriage, but it is because they give me virgins. I gather the rose from the thorns, the gold from the earth, the pearl from the shell. ‘Doth the plowman plow all day to sow?’ (Is 28:24) Shall he not also enjoy the fruit of his labor? Wedlock is the more honored, the more what is born of it is loved. Why, mother, do you grudge your daughter her virginity? She has been reared on your milk, she has come from your womb, she has grown up in your bosom. Your watchful affection has kept her a virgin. Are you angry with her because she chooses to be a king’s wife and not a soldier’s? She has conferred on you a high privilege; you are now the mother-in-law of God. (Saint Jerome. Letter XXII to Eustochium, 20)

  • Whether you like it or not, the Church subordinates marriage to virginity

For the Church does not condemn marriage, but only subordinates it. It does not reject it altogether, but regulates it, knowing (as I have said above) that ‘in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honor and some to dishonor. If a man, therefore, purge himself …he shall be a vessel unto honor meet …and prepared unto every good work.’“ (2 Tim. 20:2, Tim. 2:21) I listen with gladness, I say here, to every word said by the apostle in praise of marriage. Do I listen with gladness to the praise of marriage, and do I yet condemn marriage? The Church, I say, does not condemn wedlock, but subordinates it. Whether you like it or not, marriage is subordinated to virginity and widowhood. Even when marriage continues to fulfil its function, the Church does not condemn it, but only subordinates it; it does not reject it, but only regulates it. It is in your power, if you will, to mount the second step of chastity. (I.e. continence in marriage) Why are you angry if, standing on the third and lowest step, you will not make haste to go up higher? (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 11)

  • Virginity is described by Saint Ambrose as a means of recommending continence, marriage as a remedy for incontinence

What I have said about virginity and marriage diffusely, Ambrose has stated tersely and pointedly, compressing much meaning into a few words. Virginity is described by him as a means of recommending continence, marriage as a remedy for incontinence. And when he descends from broad principles to particular details, he significantly holds out to virgins the prize of the high calling, yet comforts the married, that they may not faint by the way. While eulogizing the one class, he does not despise the other. Marriage he compares to the barley bread set before the multitude, virginity to the body of Christ given to the disciples. There is much less difference, it seems to me, between barley and fine corn than between barley and the body of Christ. Finally, he speaks of marriage as a hard burden, to be avoided if possible, and as a badge of the most unmistakable servitude. He makes, also, many other statements, which he has followed up at length in his three books “On Virgins.” (Saint Jerome. Letter XLVIII to Pammachius, 14)

  • Virginity must be freely embraced, lest it seem that wedlock is condemned

‘Concerning virgins,’ says the apostle, ‘I have no commandment of the Lord.’ (1 Cor 7: 25) Why was this? Because his own virginity was due, not to a command, but to his free choice. […] Why then has he no commandment from the Lord concerning virginity? Because what is freely offered is worth more than what is extorted by force, and to command virginity would have been to abrogate wedlock. It would have been a hard enactment to compel opposition to nature and to extort from men the angelic life; and not only so, it would have been to condemn what is a divine ordinance. (Saint Jerome. Letter XXII to Eustochium, 20)

  • Tertullian, Saint Cyprian, Pope Saint Damasus and Saint Ambrose wrote with eloquence regarding virginity

How great inconveniences are involved in wedlock and how many anxieties encompass it I have, I think, described shortly in my treatise-published against Helvidius – on the perpetual virginity of the blessed Mary. It would be tedious to go over the same ground now; and any one who pleases may draw from that fountain. […] If you want to know from how many vexations a virgin is free and by how many a wife is fettered you should read Tertullian “to a philosophic friend,” and his other treatises on virginity, the blessed Cyprian’s noble volume, the writings of Pope Damasus (cf. ML vol 13, col. 347-418) in prose and verse, and the treatises recently written for his sister by our own Ambrose. (ML vol 16, col. 187) In these he has poured forth his soul with such a flood of eloquence that he has sought out, set forth, and put in order all that bears on the praise of virgins. (Saint Jerome. Letter XXII to Eustochium, 22)

…judges Francis’ idea that the Orthodox are no longer schismatics

  • There is no schism that does not invent a heresy to justify its distancing from the Church

Between heresy and schism this must be observed: heresy perverts the dogma, while schism, through episcopal rebellion, separates from the Church. […] Nevertheless, there is no schism that does not invent a heresy along with it to justify its distancing from the church. (Saint Jerome. Commentaries on the Letter of Saint Paul to Titus, Book I, c. 3, no. 10 – PL 26:598)

…judges Francis’ idea on conversion of the papacy

  • When a head has been appointed, there may be no occasion for schism

One among the Twelve is chosen so that when a head has been appointed, there may be no occasion for schism. (Saint Jerome. Against Jovinianus, Book I, 26)

…judges Francis’ idea on John the Baptist doubting the Messiah

  • The name ‘John’ means the grace of the Lord: John the Baptist searched into the reason and nature of things and kept himself for the coming of Christ

‘Whose name was John.’ (Jn 1:6) In his name, one senses grace for the name ‘John’ means the grace of the Lord. IO means the Lord, ANNA means grace. Whose name was ‘Ioannes’. Truly, he merits the name he bears (pheronumos). Why pheronumos? Because he is true to his name; he has received a very great grace; hence, in the desert, he searches into the reason and nature of things and keeps himself for the coming of Christ. Because he was to announce Christ, from day to day, he is fed in the desert; there, from day to day, he grows. He has no desire to converse with men; in the wilderness, he communes with the angels. John had always known that Christ would come. Not only had he known Him from infancy, but when he was in the womb of his mother, he had recognized Christ and had already greeted Him. It is written if fact: ‘the babe in the womb leapt for joy.’ Just think, as he was being formed in his mother’s womb, he perceived the advent of the Lord! […] Right after his birth, he lives in the wilderness; he is reared in the wilderness; there, he waits for Christ. He was waiting for Christ, he knew that he would come, and hence his eyes did not deign to contemplate anything else. (Saint Jerome. Homilies of Saint Jerome, Homily 87 on the Gospel of John, 1:1–14, Volume 2, pg. 212)

  • John the Baptist had the reward of baptizing his own Lord, and an increase of merits. He is called an “angel” not by participating in their nature, but by the dignity of his office

John is greater than the other prophets in that the one whom they had predicted as coming, he pointed out with his finger as having come, when he said: “Behold the Lamb of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world.” (Jn 1:29) And because in addition to the privilege of being his prophet there also came to the Baptist the reward of baptizing his own Lord, he then adds an auxésis [increase] of merits, producing the testimony from Malachi in which even the angel is predicted. Now here we should not think that John is called an “angel” as one who participates in their nature, but by the dignity of his office, namely, that of messenger. For he brought the message that the Lord was coming. (Saint Jerome. Commentary on Matthew. Book Two, ch.11, [11:8] pg. 129130)

  • Jesus revealed to the crowd that John the Baptist had not doubted in him

“Blessed is he who is not scandalized in me”, had been brought forth against John, as many think, how is it that now John is preached with such great praises? Rather, it was because the crowd standing around was not aware of the mystery of [John’s] question. They thought that John was in doubt about the Christ, whom he himself had pointed out. Therefore, in order that they might understand that John had asked not for himself but for his disciples, he says: “Why did you go out into the desert?” Surely it was not to see a man who is borne about by every wind like a reed, and that wavers with a fickleness of mind concerning the one whom he had previously predicted? (Saint Jerome. Commentary on Matthew. Book Two, ch. 11, [11:7] pg. 129–130)

  • Jesus revealed to the crowd that John the Baptist had not doubted in him

“Blessed is he who is not scandalized in me”, had been brought forth against John, as many think, how is it that now John is preached with such great praises? Rather, it was because the crowd standing around was not aware of the mystery of [John’s] question. They thought that John was in doubt about the Christ, whom he himself had pointed out. Therefore, in order that they might understand that John had asked not for himself but for his disciples, he says: “Why did you go out into the desert?” Surely it was not to see a man who is borne about by every wind like a reed, and that wavers with a fickleness of mind concerning the one whom he had previously predicted? (Saint Jerome. Commentary on Matthew. Book Two, ch. 11, [11:7] pg. 129–130)

  • The disciples of John had caustic feelings toward the Lord that sprang from resentment and envy

An earlier question also demonstrated, however, that the disciples of John were puffed up against the Lord. They had caustic feelings toward him that sprang from resentment and envy. The evangelist reports: “Why do we and the Pharisees often fast, but your disciples do no fast?” (Saint Jerome. Commentary on Matthew. Book Two, ch. 11 [11:1–2] pg. 128)

  • John sent his disciples to Christ so that seeing the miracles they believe in Him. He did not ignore the answer to their question: he had heard the Father’s voice thundering: ‘This is my beloved Son’

But when John heard in prison of the works of Christ, he sent two of his disciples to say to him: “Are you he who is to come, or do we wait for another?” He asks, but not as one who is ignorant of the answer. For he had pointed him out to others who did not know about him when he said: “Behold the I am of God, behold him who takes away the sins of the world. (Jn 1:29) Also, he had heard the voice of the Father, thundering: “This is my beloved Son in whom I am well pleased.” (Mt 3:17) Rather, it is just as when the Savior asks where Lazarus has been laid. He did this so that those who pointed out the location of the tomb would at least be thus prepared for faith and see the dead man rising. (cf. Jn 11:34) Thus, when John was about to be killed by Herod, he sends his disciples to Christ, so that on this occasion, when they see the signs and miracles, they may believe in him and, with their teacher asking, learn for themselves. (Saint Jerome. Commentary on Matthew. Book Two, ch. 11 [11:1–2], pg. 128–129)

…judges Francis’ idea that Koran is a book of peace

  • Those of ‘good will’ are those who acknowledge the birth of Christ

Notice what the Gospel says. In Heaven, where there is no discord, glory rules; on earth, where every day is warfare, peace prevails. On earth peace. Peace among whom? Among men. Why are the Gentiles without peace; why, too, the Jews? That is exactly the reason for the qualification: Peace among those of good will, among those who acknowledge the birth of Christ. (Saint Jerome. Homily 88: on the Nativity of Our Lord)

…judges Francis’ idea on human suffering

  • The expelling of the merchants from the temple was one of the most wonderful miracles of the Lord

Among all the miracles wrought by our Lord, this seems to me the most wonderful, that one man, and He at that time mean to such a degree that He was afterwards crucified, and while the Scribes and Pharisees were exasperated against Him seeing their gains thus cut off, was able by the blows of one scourge to cast out so great a multitude. Surely a flame and starry ray darted from his eyes, and the majesty of the Godhead was radiant in his countenance. (Saint Jerome cited by Saint Thomas Aquinas. Catena Aurea, Mt 21:10-16)

…judges Francis’ idea on material charity

  • The wealth of doctrine: the more it is given away, the more it abounds

But it may be understood of the wealth of doctrine: wealth which never fails but the more of it is given away, the more it abounds. (Saint Jerome cited in the Catena Aurea on the Gospel of Saint Matthew, Mt 5:38-42)

Roberto de Mattei: “There cannot be pastoral care that is in dissonance with the Church’s truths and morality, in contrast with Her laws and not oriented to the ideal achievement of the Christian life!” revealed Cardinal Velasio De Paolis, in his opening address at the Umbrian Ecclesiastical Tribunal on March 27th 2014.

Cardinal Sarah has repeatedly denounced proposals to liberalize Church discipline on marriage, homosexuality and Holy Communion as “a form of heresy, a dangerous schizophrenic pathology” “that would consist in placing the Magisterium in a nice box by detaching it from pastoral practice – which could evolve according to the circumstances, fads, and passions.”

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Prayer to Saint Michael the Archangel – Original Version


O Glorious Prince of the heavenly host, St. Michael the Archangel, defend us in the battle and in the terrible warfare that we are waging against the principalities and powers, against the rulers of this world of darkness, against the evil spirits. Come to the aid of man, whom Almighty God created immortal, made in His own image and likeness, and redeemed at a great price from the tyranny of Satan.

Fight this day the battle of the Lord, together with the holy angels, as already thou hast fought the leader of the proud angels, Lucifer, and his apostate host, who were powerless to resist thee, nor was there place for them any longer in Heaven. That cruel, ancient serpent, who is called the devil or Satan who seduces the whole world, was cast into the abyss with his angels. Behold, this primeval enemy and slayer of men has taken courage. Transformed into an angel of light, he wanders about with all the multitude of wicked spirits, invading the earth in order to blot out the name of God and of His Christ, to seize upon, slay and cast into eternal perdition souls destined for the crown of eternal glory. This wicked dragon pours out, as a most impure flood, the venom of his malice on men of depraved mind and corrupt heart, the spirit of lying, of impiety, of blasphemy, and the pestilent breath of impurity, and of every vice and iniquity. 

These most crafty enemies have filled and inebriated with gall and bitterness the Church, the spouse of the immaculate Lamb, and have laid impious hands on her most sacred possessions. In the Holy Place itself, where the See of Holy Peter and the Chair of Truth has been set up as the light of the world, they have raised the throne of their abominable impiety, with the iniquitous design that when the Pastor has been struck, the sheep may be scattered. 

Arise then, O invincible Prince, bring help against the attacks of the lost spirits to the people of God, and give them the victory. They venerate thee as their protector and patron; in thee holy Church glories as her defense against the malicious power of hell; to thee has God entrusted the souls of men to be established in heavenly beatitude. Oh, pray to the God of peace that He may put Satan under our feet, so far conquered that he may no longer be able to hold men in captivity and harm the Church. Offer our prayers in the sight of the Most High, so that they may quickly find mercy in the sight of the Lord; and vanquishing the dragon, the ancient serpent, who is the devil and Satan, do thou again make him captive in the abyss, that he may no longer seduce the nations. Amen. 

V. Behold the Cross of the Lord; be scattered ye hostile powers.
R. The Lion of the tribe of Judah has conquered, the root of David. 
V. Let Thy mercies be upon us, O Lord. 
R. As we have hoped in Thee. 
V. O Lord, hear my prayer. 
R. And let my cry come unto Thee. 

Let us pray.

O God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, we call upon Thy holy Name, and as supplicants, we implore Thy clemency, that by the intercession of Mary, ever Virgin Immaculate and our Mother, and of the glorious St. Michael the Archangel, Thou wouldst deign to help us against Satan and all the other unclean spirits who wander about the world for the injury of the human race and the ruin of souls. Amen

(Roman Raccolta, July 23, 1898, supplement approved July 31, 1902) 

Raccolta 1933 (Partial Indulgence)

Consecration to Saint Michael


Saint Michael the Archangel, invincible Prince of the Angelic hosts and glorious protector of the universal Church, I greet thee and praise thee for that splendor with which God has adorned thee so richly. I thank God for the great graces He hast bestowed upon thee, especially to remain faithful when Lucifer and his followers rebelled, and to battle victoriously for the honor of God and the Divinity of the Son of Man.

Saint Michael, I consecrate to thee my soul and body. I choose thee as my patron and protector and entrust the salvation of my soul to thy care. Be the guardian of my obligation as a child of God and of the Catholic Church as again I renounce Satan, his works and pomps.

Assist me by thy powerful intercession in the fulfillment of these sacred promises, so that imitating thy courage and loyalty to God, and trusting in thy kind help and protection, I may be victorious over the enemies of my soul and be united with God in Heaven forever. Amen.

Monday, September 28, 2020

The Problem Is Not Becciu – the Problem Is Bergoglio



The Problem Is Not Becciu – the Problem Is Bergoglio

Francis was not betrayed by Cardinal Becciu, Vik van Brantegem writes on Korazym.org. It would be very beautiful and edifying if this were true and Becciu would be the guilty party, not Francis; but in reality, it is not so, Van Brantegem writes. For him, the problem is that Francis is incapable of governing or choosing his collaborators. He gives orders and counter-orders. He has created a climate of suspicion and practices a summary justice. The problem is not Becciu, but Bergoglio.

Francis Has Failed

Van Brantegem admits that Francis tried, in the beginning, to clean up the finances of the Vatican. He made Cardinal George Pell the Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy and told him: “Don't look into the face of anyone, go ahead.” However, immediately afterwards, Francis supported Pell’s opponents and slowly started undermining Pell. Francis had the opportunity to clean up the Vatican, but he failed, and Francis is alone responsible for this, van Brantegem writes.

Francis Knew

Francis used Becciu for all kinds of work, also for dirty work. Becciu was his “trusted man” on many occasions, van Brantegem writes. Nevertheless, Francis threw Becciu under the bus, and not without sadism as Marco Tosatti wrote. For Van Brantegem the first problem with Francis is of a psychological nature. It regards Francis’
sudden, very strong mood swings, his foul language, and his long list of decapitations.
Therefore, even Vatican cardinals use their mobile Internet access because they know the Vatican Internet and phone are intercepted. It’s clear that Francis knew about Becciu’s passion for business which perhaps was innocent and innocuous. Plus, with his passion, Becciu was not alone in the Vatican where people now say: “If every cardinal would be dismissed who give money to his family, then there would be few left."

Like in Totalitarian Regimes

The pro-Francis journalist Lucetta Scaraffia writes that Becciu’s public defenestration has nothing to do with "the great cleansing in the Vatican." It is for her only like the political purges in totalitarian regimes, not a serious recourse to justice. Such operations serve only to establish new balances of power, and to take out opponents. The use and support of the oligarch media is essential because they establish who is guilty and condemn a priori giving no chance to the accused one to defend himself. The Vatican almost never has recourse to a real trial, and when it happens, it is often unreliable because the Vatican’s juridical system is a farce. So, it is almost always the press that actually establishes who is guilty and who not.

Saturday, September 26, 2020

Francis Plays UN leftist Politician


en.news “A crisis changes us all,” Francis philosophized about the coronavirus hype during a September 25 video talk to the UN General Assembly.

He proclaimed the slogan that “it is our duty to rethink the future of our common home and our common project,” and lamented that the coronavirus has “led to the loss of so many lives” - although its death rate is comparable to a flue.

Francis complained that the "international community" has shown itself largely incapable of honoring the promises made at the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. However, according to Catholic teaching on subsidiarity, a pope does not need to worry about such matters.

Nevertheless, Francis went on complaining about an “alarming situation in the Amazon and its indigenous peoples.” Most of Francis’ six-page speech was a pot-pourri of empty slogans regarding his “fantasy of mercy,” immigrants, poverty, arms industry, nationalism, individualism, and elitism.

In a side note, which was formulated as incomprehensibly as possible, Francis called it “troubling to see how simple and convenient it has become for some to deny the existence of a human life as a solution to problems that can and must be solved for both the mother and her unborn child.”
Archbishop Fulton Sheen on the False Prophet: “The False Prophet will have a religion without a cross. A religion without a world to come. A religion to destroy religions. There will be a counterfeit church. Christ’s Church will be one. And the False Prophet will create the other. The false church will be worldly, ecumenical, and global. It will be a loose federation of churches. And religions forming some type of global association. A world parliament of churches. It will be emptied of all divine content and will be the mystical body of the Antichrist. The mystical body on earth today will have its Judas Iscariot and he will be the false prophet. Satan will recruit him from among our bishops.”
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen on the anti-Christ : The third temptation in which Satan asked Christ to adore him and all the Kingdoms of the world would be his, will become the temptation to have a new religion without a Cross, a liturgy without a world to come, a city of man without a city of God, a religion to invoke a religion, or a politics which is a religion – one that renders unto Caesar even the things that are God’s.

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Bergoglio's anti doctrine also contradicts Our Lady Ransom


The  order of Our Lady of Ransom or Order of Captives began in the 13th century in the Kingdom of Aragon (Spain) to ransom captive Christians (slaves) held in Muslim hands.
A religious Order redeems Christian slaves from the Turks 
The Mercedarian Order (from the Spanish merced meaning grace, and the Latin merces meaning ransom) whose mission was to redeem the Christians held captive by Muslims, originated with an apparition of Our Lady to Saint Peter Nolasco:

In the middle of the night of August 1, 1218, on the feast of Saint Peter in Chains, the Virgin Mary appeared to Peter Nolasco and said, "My son, I am the Mother of the Son of God who, for the salvation and freedom of mankind, shed all his blood in suffering the cruel death of the Cross. I have come here to look for good people who desire, like my son, to give their lives for the salvation and freedom of their brethren in chains. »
"Therefore I wish that a religious Order be founded in my honor, whose members will redeem Christian slaves from the hands and tyranny of the Turks, giving themselves as a pledge if necessary, for those they cannot buy otherwise ... Don’t be afraid, Peter, I will assist you in all this, and so that you can believe my words, you will soon see the accomplishment of what I announced to you. You will see my sons and daughters of the Order (Our Lady of Mercy) proud to wear the same type of white clothes that you see me wearing."

It is estimated that these holy Mercedarians redeemed 900,000 Christian slaves from the Mohammedans from 1224 till 1787. 

Our Lady of Ransom, pray for us.

Sunday, September 20, 2020

Ex-homosexual "Francis Sounds Like My Abuser"


Apostasy: Bergoglio supporting gay activist Mara Grassi, mother of a 40-year-old homosexual man.

en.news When Francis said “God made you gay" to a homosexual, "he sounded like my abuser”, Joseph Sciambra wrote on a social network.
Sciambra is a former homosexual who was involved in promiscuity, pornography and drug abuse after priests encouraged him to “accept” homosexuality.
Recently, Francis spread the lie that practicing homosexuals are loved by God and the Church “as they are.”
“I heard almost the exact same words coming from my abuser's mouth,” Sciambra witnesses.
For him, “a coordinated program" exists within the Church "to groom future sex abuse victims.” This program is accomplished by Gay ministries which welcome and affirm mortal sin.

Apostate Bergoglio Contradicts Catholic Moral Doctrine to Push His Gay Agenda

Saturday, September 19, 2020

Child Abuse: Francis’ Transvestite Sister Endorses “Trans Children”


en.news The Argentine Carmelite Sister Monica Astorga Cremona, a transvestite activist, believes that children may live as transvestites.

During a 2016 campaign, she held up a text which says: “Childhood trans without violence or discrimination - Join us!“ A photo of this was published in November 2017 by Hermán Rossi, a local politician, on FaceBook.com.


Francis praised Astorga in August for her connivence with transvestite male prostitutes.

Astorga started in 2006 in Neuquen Province, Argentina. Cardinal Bergoglio visited the place in 2009 and approved it.

She cooperates with the organisation “Vidas Escondidas” (Hidden Lives) whose president is the transvestite Lujan Acuna who says that transvestites in his care may prostitute themselves “as an option” and believes that “if they want to prostitute themselves, they should do it.” 

Apostate Bergoglio Contradicts Catholic Moral Doctrine to Push His Gay Agenda

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Apostate Bergoglio Contradicts Catholic Moral Doctrine to Push His Gay Agenda

Bergoglio with gay activist Mara Grassi mother of Giovanni, a 40-year-old homosexual

Pro-Gay Francis: “Church Loves Practicing Homosexuals"

en.news The Church does “not exclude” [practicing] homosexuals, Francis said at the end of his September 16 General Audience while meeting forty members of Tenda di Gionata, an organisation of pro-homosex parents of homosexual children.
Italian media reported that Francis lied at them by claiming that “the Church loves your children as they are because they are children of God."
The group gave Francis the book Fortunate Fathers about homosexuals who attack the Church, and a gay-propaganda T-Shirt with the slogan, “In love there is no fear” (1 John 4,18). Francis smiled when receiving the shirt.
However: In sin there is no love. Catholics living in mortal sin are not excluded (excommunicated) from the Church but they are dead members who lack any connection with God. 

Saint Hildegard revealed that the antichrist  will encourage sexual immorality.

Revelation 2:14
 But I have a few things against you: you have some there who hold to the teaching of Balaam, who taught Balak to put a stumbling block before the people of Israel, so that they would eat food sacrificed to idols and practice fornication.

Revelation 2:20
But I have this against you: you tolerate that woman Jezebel, who calls herself a prophet and is teaching and beguiling my servants to practice fornication and to eat food sacrificed to idols.

Balaam's doctrine consists of apostasy that promotes sexual immorality and sacrilege- The abandonment of the faith for idolatry.

The Bible tells us that it is God's will for us to turn away from sexual immorality and sanctify ourselves. So we cooperate with the work of the Holy Spirit.   
On the contrary, the immoral apostates cooperate with the work of the Antichrist.

The anti Pope Bergoglio defies the Word of God.

Sexual Immorality Must Be Judged

I wrote to you in my letter not to associate with sexually immoral persons— 10 not at all meaning the immoral of this world, or the greedy and robbers, or idolaters, since you would then need to go out of the world. 11 But now I am writing to you not to associate with anyone who bears the name of brother or sister[a] who is sexually immoral or greedy, or is an idolater, reviler, drunkard, or robber. Do not even eat with such a one.