The teachings of Saint Irenaeus show us that Bergoglio does not possess the Catholic faith.
Bergoglio's anti-Catholic doctrine contradicts all the Fathers of the Catholic Church, here is another example.
Today June 28 Memorial of Saint Ireneus of Lyon, it is worth reminding the promoters of "legalized unions" of gay couples the firm position of Saint Ireneus against Homosexuality (Gay pride-Gay Pride):
Saint Irenaeus reiterates his condemnation of homosexuality by the Holy Catholic Church:
Salvation will be the attainment only of those souls which had learned his doctrine; while the body, as having been taken from the earth, is incapable of sharing in salvation. In addition to his blasphemy against God Himself, he advanced this also, truly speaking as with the mouth of the devil, and saying all things in direct opposition to the truth — that Cain, and those like him, and the Sodomites, and the Egyptians, and others like them, and, in fine, all the nations who walked in all sorts of abomination, were saved by the Lord, on His descending into Hades, and on their running unto Him, and that they welcomed Him into their kingdom. But the serpent which was in Marcion declared that Abel, and Enoch, and Noah, and those other righteous men who sprang from the patriarch Abraham, with all the prophets, and those who were pleasing to God, did not partake in salvation. For since these men, he says, knew that their God was constantly tempting them, so now they suspected that He was tempting them, and did not run to Jesus, or believe His announcement: and for this reason he declared that their souls remained in Hades.
As Saint John Chrysostom would say pointing out the seriousness of the sin of homosexuality. There is nothing, absolutely nothing more harmful than this perversity: And what is there more detestable than a man who hath pandered himself, or what more execrable?
The Church that Jesus Christ founded is not synodal but hierarchical and apostolic.
Saint Irenaeus judges Francis’ heretical idea on ‘diversified unity’
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on if doctrine can be interpreted against the infallible Magisterium
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on Judas being a poor, penitent man
…judges Francis’ attitude towards public sinners, changing Vatican protocol
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on reforming the Church
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on the Church called to dialogue
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on God judging us by loving us
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on Faith
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on proclaiming the Gospel only with gentleness
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on proclaiming the Gospel
…judges Francis’ heretical idea that Jesus is only mercy
…judges Francis’ heretical idea that Jesus came into the world to learn how to be a man
…judges Francis’ idea on adulterine unions
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on sects forming part of the Church
…judges Francis’ vision on the divorced who re-marry
…judges Francis’ heretical ideas on finding God
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on God’s omnipotence
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on the role of non-christian religions
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on the multiplication of the loaves
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on our sins drawing us close to Jesus
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on knowing God’s will from the people
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on Christ at the Final Judgment
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on boasting of our sins
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on eternal condemnation
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on the impossibility of finding God with entire certainty
…judges Francis’ heretical idea on fraternal correction and love
…judges Francis’ heretical idea of the Roman Curia
Since, however, it would be very tedious, in such a volume as this, to reckon up the successions of all the Churches, we do put to confusion all those who, in whatever manner, whether by an evil self-pleasing, by vainglory, or by blindness and perverse opinion, assemble in unauthorized meetings; [we do this, I say,] by indicating that tradition derived from the apostles, of the very great, the very ancient, and universally known Church founded and organized at Rome by the two most glorious apostles, Peter and Paul; as also [by pointing out] the faith preached to men, which comes down to our time by means of the successions of the bishops. For it is a matter of necessity that every Church should agree with this Church, on account of its preeminent authority, that is, the faithful everywhere, inasmuch as the tradition has been preserved continuously by those [faithful men] who exist everywhere. (Saint Irenaeus of Lyon, Against Heresies, Book III, Chapter 3, no. 2)