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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

St. Robert Bellarmine destroys Bergoglio's heretical mockery against St. Peter


"Do you love me?  Feed my sheep"

Novus Ordo Watch:

But, did our Lord not call St. Peter “Satan” (see Mk 8:33; Mt 16:23), as the SSPX says above, and did Simon Peter not deny His Lord three times? Yes, indeed, this is true. However, both of these things took place before St. Peter became the Pope of the Catholic Church. St. Robert Bellarmine, the Doctor of the Papacy, pointed out:

When St. Peter denied Christ, he had not yet begun to be the Supreme Pontiff, for it is certain that Ecclesiastical rule was handed to him by Christ in the last chapter of John, since the Lord said to him after the resurrection: “Simon, son of John, feed my sheep.” Therefore, that denial of Peter cannot be numbered among errors of the Roman Pontiffs. Besides, I add that Peter denied Christ with words, but not truly in his heart: hence Peter did not throw off the confession of faith, nor faith itself, as we showed previously.

(St. Robert Bellarmine, On the Roman Pontiff, vol. 2, trans. by Ryan Grant [Mediatrix Press, 2016], Book IV, Ch. 8, p. 175; underlining added. A single-volume edition of the whole work is now also available.)

The apostate Jorge Mario Bergoglio has attacked St. Peter several times, spreading the same heretical and blasphemous mockery against St. Peter on different occasions. 

Bergoglio mocks the Priesthood and the Papacy instituted by Jesus Christ


Bergoglio maliciously identifies Saint Peter, not as a repentant man, but as a stubborn sinner. 

'St Peter committed one of the greatest sins, denying Christ, and yet they made him Pope. Think about that'- 

Bergoglio compared the unrepentant homosexual Battista Ricca to Saint Peter. 

This is what is important: a theology of sin.  So many times I think of St. Peter: he committed one of the worst sins denying Christ.  And with this sin they made him Pope.  We must think about fact often. (29 Jul. 13 -in the interview to justify the homosexual priest Battista Ricca) 

 “entrusts his flock to a sinner”, Peter. “A sinner but not a corrupt one”, he explained. Referring to us all he said: “sinners, yes, all of us! but corrupt, no”. It is worse to be corrupt than a sinner. 17 May 2013


Humanly speaking, there were reasons to criticize Peter, but no one criticized him. They did not complain about Peter; they prayed for him," Francis declaimed.


Bergoglio opposes Saint Peter and accuses him of being the most sinful of the Apostles.

Bergoglio attacks Saint Peter while advocating for Judas the Traitor.

Jesus entrusted his sheep to Peter, the most sinful of the remaining eleven apostles, and invited him to shepherd the People of God with humility and love, despite his mistakes and sins. 


☠ Jesus, chose the most sinful from among the apostles. The others escaped but Peter denied him: ‘I don’t know him.’ And Jesus asked him, ‘Do you love me more than these?’ Jesus chose the worst sinner.”


St Augustine
While our Lord was being condemned to death, he feared, and denied Him. But by His resurrection Christ implanted love in his heart, and drove away fear. Peter denied, because he feared to die: but when our Lord was risen from the dead, and by His death destroyed death, what should he fear? He says to Him, Yea, Lord; you know that 1 love You. On this confession of his love, our Lord commends His sheep to him: He says to him, Feed My lambs. as if there were no way of Peter’s showing his love for Him, but by being a faithful shepherd, under the chief Shepherd.  

Bergoglio the Man of Sin  

The Bible clearly teaches us that Jesus Christ came to destroy Sin, yet Bergoglio instead of promoting holiness maliciously highlights sin as a virtue

 The Son of God was revealed for this purpose, to destroy the works of the devil (Sin). 1 John 3:8 


1 John 3:5 You know that he was revealed to take away sins, and in him there is no sin.

Luke 22:32 But I have prayed for thee, that thy faith fail not: and thou, being once converted, confirm thy brethren.


Hebrews 9:26 For then he ought to have suffered often from the beginning of the world: but now once at the end of ages, he hath appeared for the destruction of sin, by the sacrifice of himself.



Bergoglio seeks to rehabilitate Judas by recycling an old heresy. He believes that he is “More Christian™ Than Jesus”


1 comment:

  1. Jerome: In another Gospel we read, that after Peter's denial and thee cock-crow, the Saviour "looked upon Peter," [Luke 22,61] and by His look called forth those bitter tears; for it might not be that he on whom the Light of the world had looked should continue in the darkness of denial, wherefore, "he went out, and wept bitterly." For he could not do penitence sitting in Caiaphas' hall, but went forth from the assembly of the wicked, that he might wash away in bitter tears the pollution of his timid denial.


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