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Thursday October 9, 2019

 

“It takes a village to raise a child” — who said that?

You have only two guesses — and both will be correct!

Hillary (we have to change our religious values!) Clinton? YES!

Francis,  YES!
 

This is the bankrupt evangel of Socialism when Catholicism leaves a vacuum of meaning in the lives of the least fortunate — the least fortunate are those who have never heard the Evangel of Christ  from a pope, or the College of Cardinals or the world-wide Body of apostate Bishops. They have only heard the tiresome but incessant post-modern ruminations of a doctrine that goes back to Red October 1917 in Leninist Russia — and most recently in rancorous leftist social and political — and, yes, ecclesiastical ... circles in America and Europe.
 

A global educational pact is needed to educate us in universal solidarity and a new humanism.” —  who said that?
 

... Francis, of course — among the other Poster Children of the post-Catholic Vatican II church — which now openly turns its back on Christ, the Gospels, and genuine Catholic Doctrine in favor of a not-so-new-Humanism ... which strictly humanizes Christ and rigorously de-humanizes men.

 

                            They have turned their backs on Christ — will you, too?

 

This is not a good idea. Christ promised that “He that shall deny Me before men, I will also deny him before My Father who is in Heaven.” (Saint Matthew 10.33). There is another place altogether where they will be warmly welcomed.
 

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Thursday October 2, 2019

Francis attains to an epiphany

FRANCIS:

Reaching the peripheries – the human, cultural, and religious settings still foreign to the Gospel: this is what we call the “missio ad gentes”.

In other words, keeping with Francis's momentum toward religious syncretism he intends to integrate the “wise” and “ancient” elements of paganism into Catholicism. It is Francis's unique vision of missionary activity as the Catholic religion assimilating, and incorporating into itself (however subreptively), the “wisdom” — and inevitably the practices — of pagan spiritualities (far older than God and creation, and therefore more credible than Catholicism which has much to learn from its elder sibling) which are “closer to the soil” and, what is more, readily accessible through inhalation.

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September 28, 2019

https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2019-09/pope-francis-inflight-press-conference-full-text.html 


FRANCIS:

“I would like to repeat what the Doctrine of the Church says about this: When we acknowledge international organisations and we recognise their capacity to give judgment, on a global scale – for example the international tribunal in The Hague, or the United Nations. If we consider ourselves humanity, when they make statements, our duty is to obey. … we must obey international institutions. That is why the United Nations were created. That’s why international courts were created.

“I believe that international organizations need to propose a process of accompaniment. (Sound familiar? Laudato Si)

These international institutions help us a lot, always, and we need to go forward strengthening the international institutions: the United Nations.

“Ideological colonization [read: Missionaries and Conversion to Christ and Catholicism] seeks to cancel the identity of others to make them equal and they come at you with ideological proposals that are contrary to the nature of that people, the history of that people, against the values of that people [human sacrifice? Animal sacrifice? Voodooism?]. And we must respect the identity of peoples, this is a premise to defend always.


Differences between the religions are not to be cancelled out. [otherwise known as Religious Indifferentism: every way is the way to salvation. There is no one true religion.]

“It is important to avoid proselytism. When you see religious proposals that follow the path of proselytism, they are not Christian. They are looking for converts, not worshippers of God in truth. I want to take this opportunity to emphasize your interreligious experience which is extremely beautiful.” [Saint Matthew 28? A rumor only ...]

“Peace, brotherhood, interreligious co-existence, no proselytism, these are things that we must learn to foster peace.

“Walls leave only those who built them. Yes, they leave out many people, but those who remain inside the walls will be left alone, and in the end, they will be defeated by great invasions. Xenophobia is a disease. [how, we ask, are “invasions to be understood apart from the concept of a national sovereignty that is invaded? See the next line]

“You must educate, in order to bring together different tribes, to create a nation [but nations are only distinguishable through the sovereign borders that define them, borders which Francis elsewhere equates with “walls — much like the  60 ft. walls around the Vatican that Francis has yet to raze — or those carefully guarded around St. Marta's where he lives].

“Respect for other religions is important. This is why I tell missionaries not to proselytize.

“The prayer intention for this month is specifically for the protection of the oceans.

“The pastors must lead their flock between grace and sin, because this is evangelical morality. Instead, a morality based on such a pelagian (sic) ideology leads you to rigidity, and today we have many schools of rigidity within the Church, which are not schisms, but pseudo-schismatic Christian developments that will end badly. When you see rigid Christians, bishops, priests, there are problems behind that,
 

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Sunday, 1 September 2019

No, no ... do not prepare for the long-awaited hour — for the Second Coming of Christ. We have more pressing concerns!

Pope Francis: the Sky is falling!

FRANCIS:

“Dear brothers and sisters, today, 1 September, is the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, an ecumenical prayer that raises our awareness and commitment to caring for our common home, starting with a more sustainable personal and family lifestyle ... it is a favourable time to praise God for all his creatures and to assume responsibility before the cry of the Earth.

http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/angelus/2019/documents/papa-francesco_angelus_20190901.html

Earlier:

The Earth now cries out to us because of the harm we have inflicted on her. ...The earth herself, burdened and laid waste, is among the most abandoned and maltreated of our poor. The Earth needs both physical and spiritual attention and awareness, our acts and prayers, our hands and hearts. Life is a self-sustaining organic whole of which we are a part.
 
https://www.huffpost.com/entry/pope-francis-encyclical-hearing-the-cry-of-the-earth_b_7619794

Hmmmmm ... apart from the melodramatic and emotionally-saturated nonsense of speaking of “the Earth as if the planet were a sentient, tormented, and underprivileged waif, mournfully staring at us from a carefully choreographed plea from Save the Children — “maltreated, “poor and in desperate need of “spiritual attention (which Francis rarely accords the Faithful) — let us see how Francis's compassion for the Earth (a compassion, by the way, that he insolently withholds from his mere human critics) accords with Holy Scripture. God's first mandate to manthe very first, immediately after creating him — was the following:

“And God blessed them [Adam and Eve], saying: Increase and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it, and rule over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and all living creatures that move upon the earth. (Genesis 1.28)

But God, of course, did not have the insight Francis has, and failed to see the “maltreatment and “harm that we would inflict on it her" [the planet], and bring, in fact  the planet to copious tears ...

And we thought that Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee, Sufi-superstar-on-steroids and darling of the now-dawned-Age-of-Aquarius was the environmental detritus of that posthumous generation! See https://www.huffpost.com/author/llewellyn-vaughanlee

 

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