Pope Francis: Man Must Obey the U.N.
“We should obey God rather than
men” (Acts 5.29)
of Catholicism for 60 Years
alarm leading up to — and with greater alarm
still after the Pan-Amazod Synod — Catholics around the world have been
shaken. The seemingly impossible became actual. A Catholic pontiff —
together with a retinue of bishops — witnessed, approved, defended,
and blessed pagan idol worship in the Vatican Gardens. It was such an
open affront to Catholicism — and Catholics the world over — that the
realization of the enormity that had occurred (so blatant was the blasphemy)
took days to percolate through the strata of various and increasingly
ridiculous “interpretations” of what had happened, only to come to the
conclusion that what “looked like” idol-worship was — really
For those who have closely followed the
pontificate of Francis, this devolution to barbarism, to atavistic idolatry,
surprisingly came as no surprise. Given the magnitude of what
had occurred, its sheer enormity, the pagan ceremony had, in the end,
more gravitas than a typical Novus Ordo Mass. Indeed, by comparison,
the patent absurdity of what was occurring almost acquired a pathos
of “solemnity” seldom found in our N.O. “Worship Spaces”, so immersed
were the aboriginal (and painfully elderly gringo) actors in their several
roles. From the carefully choreographed dancing circle, to the female
priestess/presider’s unmistakabley ceremonial gestures of worship before
and around the wooden idols of Pachamama — while shaking a rattle and
bowing down in either deference or supplication to the statues — an
overwhelming, almost surreal sense of the absurd characterized
the spectacle. It verged on self-caricature.
But we are Post-Conciliar Catholics,
and so are presumably inured to the unending novelty, madness and utter
nonsense encountered in today’s post-Catholic Church. Less than
a fifty years ago such unthinkable burlesque would have been encountered
with horror and stupefaction. We are beyond that.
and VIII to go
Francis, we will remember, had already
revised the Sixth Commandment to permit adultery — and
has now abolished the First Commandment against false
gods as well.
Perhaps I am not stating this clearly — or forcefully
enough ... WHO
... on earth
or under the earth or above the earth — who in the
sanctified halls of Heaven — or the dark and loathesome chambers
of Hell — would dare presume to
“correct” Almighty God? Only
Francis. Who possibly would dare to add to or detract from the 10
Commandments of God Himself?
Despite Saint Paul’s stern warning,
who hath known the mind of the Lord? Or who hath been His counselor?”
Francis remains resolutely, insolently oburate,
How can this be?
For Francis, we must come to understand, the idols of the Amazon are
simply to be indexed and catalogued along with all the other false
gods and idols of the world (among whom he appears to count the
God of Christians). This, too, is logical conclusion of Ecumenism.
After all, did not Francis tell us that God
Himself willed all
religions? All are equally credible, (however
contradictory) for all are simply so many iterations, so many interpretations,
of the same Ecumenical “God of Surprises” — the One Who apparently emerges
after the Divine Light strikes the prism of Ecumenism and is refracted
into all religions — none of which, consequently, contain the fullness
of the Light
Another question ineluctably follows that is quite nearly as frightening
and scandalous as the spectacle itself: where is the outcry from
the bishops and cardinals? Why did those in attendance not leave?
Why did they smile benignly — and inanely — at the travesty unfolding
before them as befits men in possession of their wits? With a
mere handful of exceptions — among over 5000 active bishops — this grotesque
affrontery to God and Church — to Christ Himself — goes unchallenged
… and uncorrected!
The “Pope” — the Vicar of Jesus Christ on Earth — leads the faithful
into (of all things) idolatry —
the ultimate infidelity
to Almighty God!
U.N.-Catholic and mere Grace
And as though
to “double-down” on his apostasy, Francis recasts his insolence into
the political arena as well, calling on both the feckless and
faithful to obey … the U.N. !!! — the largest
single agency complicit in the death of millions of babies through
abortion in the world, and the tireless promoter of sexual
perversion, gender discordance, transgenderism, and homosexuality
— all of which are an abomination to God!
In doing so —
in stating this new obligation to Catholics — Francis has ceded all
the moral authority of his sacred office ... to a political
agency. In other words, Francis has effectively thrown off
the yoke of the papacy as a divinely ordained recourse to infallible
instruction when confusion and uncertainty afflict the Church and the
minds of men. Such weighty matters as distinguishing right from wrong,
sin from sanctity, good from evil surely belongs under the purview
and direction of a more competent authority than Christ’s Vicar on Earth.
Such a task, albeit borne with great suffering by all past pontiffs,
now stands in need of more than merely grace from God — it needs
a mandate from, and the puissance of, the United Nations itself!
In that single
statement, Francis vested the United Nations with a moral authority
greater than the Seat of St. Peter, a factitious moral
authority that is subservient to no greater authority — notably,
God — than that legislated by man.
For 60 years —
since the ill-fated and utterly pernicious convocation euphemistically
called the Second Vatican Council — what had been the
Holy Roman Catholic Church has been flying a false flag. Where, however,
the True Barque of Peter has wintered, we no longer know.
it would appear, is finally futile. In the pantheon of false
gods that man has assiduously gathered to himself, no idol is more grotesque
than man himself.
Paul VI surrendered the papal tiara of Catholicism to
the U.N. in 1964. Francis succumbed to idolatry before the pagan
Amazonian goddess Pachamama — worshipped in the Vatican Gardens in
places the tatters of Holy Mother Church at their feet as well: “Serviam!”
... miserere nobis! May God have mercy on us!
Geoffrey K. Mondello
Boston Catholic Journal
November 11, 2019
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