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The Oder of Sulfur, not Sanctity: the Smoke of Satan in the Sanctuary:

 


 

 

Pope Francis and the smoke of satan in the sanctuary
 

The Odor of Sulfur ... not Sanctity

 

Who has not Smelled it?

Obedience to the pope presumes the pope’s obedience to Christ, and to the nearly 2000 year old Sacred Deposit of Faith that Christ entrusted to His Bride the Church. In Holy Scripture, in Sacred Tradition, and in the Deposit of Faith we find the fullness of truth and the unerring certainty of the will of God in all things. Who defects from any of the three defects from all and who teaches otherwise teaches heresy. He is separated from the Church. 1

No one is exempt because no one is immune to grievous sin — sin so grave that excommunication is incurred latæ sententiæ (automatically: as soon as the sin is committed).  Canon Law 1463 states: Certain particularly grave sins incur excommunication, the most severe ecclesiastical penalty, which impedes the reception of the sacraments and the exercise of certain ecclesiastical acts, and for which absolution consequently cannot be granted, according to canon law, except by the Pope, the bishop of the place or priests authorized by them.

But what if the pope himself is the excommunicate (latae sententia)?

Who is not confused? In the face of the near daily assaults — by the present papacy itself and an episcopacy in apparent complicity with him — on 2000 years of the consistent teaching of the Church, on the very Deposit of Faith, and on the validity of Sacred Scripture itself, what Catholic has not asked — in the fearfully deep and most secret recesses of his soul — the question “Whence?” From whom and from what comes this relentless scourging of faith — even at the vertex of the Church itself — this overwhelming defection from all that is holy to all that is vile?

“There is smoke in the sanctuary” and instinctively we perceive it, recoil from it. It is proffered as incense but is pungent to our senses  — as the fume of smoldering sulfur.

We are confused between the Word of God become Man and the word of man become god.

What a fearful divide rends the Body of Christ anew!  See how the sheep are scattered! Need we tell you who is the father of confusion and lies ...?

 

No Longer Inconceivable ...

Imagine ... the pope himself as the principle cause of confusion — and defection — in the Catholic Church. It is nothing less than ... diabolically clever.

Pray for Pope Francis whom satan has sought to sift like wheat. 2  And sadly, it would appear, with much success and to great measure ...

But take heart, despite these present evils: “When Jesus saw the crowds, He had compassion on them because they were confused and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd.” (Saint Matthew 9.36)

However, Christ Himself is the Good Shepherd. The sheep follow Him, because they know His voice. But a stranger they follow not, but fly from him, because they know not the voice of strangers.(Saint John 10:4-5)

Hold fast to the Faith of our Fathers! Cleave to Christ and to what He has taught us — and fear nothing, and no one — no matter his power or how ruthlessly it demands submission. For there is no other name under Heaven given to men, whereby we must be saved. (Acts 4.12)

Did not Christ Himself promise:  I will not forsake you.(Saint John 14.18)?

Nor must we ever forsake Him through any inducement to sin — by whomsoever.

 

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Excommunication_(Catholic_Church )

2   Saint Luke 22.31

 

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