— Council of Vienne ♰♰♰

Friday, March 12, 2021

Bergoglio again maliciously accuses the Church of anti-Semitism

Edith Bruck«Bergoglio read my book, he knew my life. On Saturday we also talked about the Catholic Church, he told me that historical anti-Semitism has its roots in Christianity.

«Bergoglio ha letto il mio libro, conosceva la mia vita. Sabato abbiamo parlato anche della Chiesa cattolica, mi ha detto che l’antisemitismo storico ha radici nel cristianesimo. Sono rimasta senza fiato ascoltandolo, aveva chiesto di vedermi dopo una mia intervista sull’Osservatore Romano, ma non ha voluto che andassi io da lui, è venuto per rendere omaggio alla vittima, alla scrittrice, alla testimone di memoria, alla donna, a una rappresentante del popolo ebraico». 


«Sono cresciuta tra i preti che mi rinfacciavano di aver ucciso Gesù e la mamma che diceva “ci hanno rubato Yeshua”. Ero circondata dall’antisemitismo ma avevo amiche cristiane, perché gli ebrei ultraortodossi non mandavano i figli a giocare con una bimba poco religiosa come me. La Stampa


The Devotion to the Virgin of the Miraculous Medal contradicts the heresy that Jews do not need to convert

Luke 13:35

 See, your house is left to you. And I tell you, you will not see me until the time comes when you say, ‘Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord.’” 

BEDE; you shall not see, that is, unless you have worked repentance, and confessed Me to be the Son of the Father Almighty, you shall not see My face at the second coming.

 Vatican says Catholics should not try to convert Jews, should fight anti-semitism

Already in Argentina Bergoglio rebelled against the Magisterium of the Catholic Church 

At the ceremony in which Bergoglio decorated his accomplice Abraham Skorka, Abraham also maliciously accused the Church of anti-Semitism. 

Teachings of the Magisterium:

Pope Benedict XIV

The observance of the annulled ceremonies of the Mosaic Law constitutes a sin

Council of Florence (XVII Ecumenical)

The legalities of the Law of Moses may not be observed without the loss of eternal salvation.


Council of Florence (XVII Ecumenical)

No one living outside the Catholic Church, not even the Jews, can participate in eternal life

Saint John Chrysostom

The Jews when be forgiven neither by circumcision nor by other deeds, but only by Baptism  

“For this is my covenant unto them, when I shall take away their sins” (Rom 11:27). Not when they are circumcised, not when they sacrifice, not when they do the other deeds of the Law, but when they attain to the forgiveness of sins. If then this hath been promised, but has never yet happened in their case, nor have they ever enjoyed the remission of sins by baptism, certainly it will come to pass. Hence he proceeds, “For the gifts and calling of God are without repentance” (Rom 11:29).  (Saint John Chrysostom, Homily XIX, Letter to the Romans, no. 6)

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