One Was Not Enough: Francis Hangs Up Second Judas in His Study
en.news A second representation of Judas appeared in Francis' private study, L’Osservatore Romano (April 1) reported in an article that in better times would have been considered an April Fools' Day hoax.
The anti-biblical painting shows a naked Christ bowing over the dead Judas in order to minister to him. It was given to Francis by its maker, a frenchman inspired by Francis' book "Qando pregate dite Padre Nostro" (When you pray, say Our Father) which was published in 2018 and is already forgotten.
In it, Francis misinterprets the capital of Vézelay Abbey Church, France, which shows a man - who according to the basilica's webpage is not Christ - carrying away Judas' corps. Francis mistakes the man for "Jesus, the Good Shepherd, carrying dead Judas on his shoulders as the last lost sheep."
According to L’Osservatore Romano, Francis had already a photo of the capital behind his desk, so the new representation is the second Judas picture in his office.
Since Francis is personally merciless and vindictive, this shows a revealing attraction not to the Good Shepherd but to another betrayer of Christ.
Bergoglio maliciously manipulates the language to twist the Scriptures since when Jesus Christ himself finishes the Parable of the "lost sheep" he says that the angels rejoice for a sinner who repents, that is, that lost sheep that represents the sinner, in order to be saved that person needs to repent, abandon sin, and be converted. But Bergoglio's anti-gospel instead of achieving conversion and calling the lost sheep to repentance has achieved the obstinacy of sinners in their rebellion against God
TIA: More than once
Pope Francis has mentioned (here and here) that he keeps a picture of Judas hanging from the fig tree on the wall behind his work desk.
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“But, there’s one thing that makes me think that Judas’ story doesn’t end there … Perhaps someone might think, ‘this pope is a heretic…’ But, no! They should go see a particular medieval capital of a column in the Basilica of St. Mary Magdalen in Vézelay, Burgundy [in France],” he said.
John 17:12While I was with them, I kept them in thy name, which thou hast given me; I have guarded them, and none of them is lost but the son of perdition, that the scripture might be fulfilled.
St AugustineThose that you gave Me I have kept, and none of them is lost but the Son of perdition: i.e. the betrayer of Christ, predestined to perdition; that the Scripture might be fulfilled, especially the prophecy, in Psalm 108 (Catena Aurea)
Galatians 1:8But even if we or an angel [or a messenger] from heaven should proclaim to you a gospel contrary to what we proclaimed to you, let that one be accursed!
|Judas. Capital from Autun Cathedral. Sculptor: Gislebertus|