Tuesday, July 2, 2019

'Humble' Francis the destroyer of Christendom, ‘It is not just about migrants. It’s about not excluding anyone.’

Blabby Francis...

...should shut up...

...and read the Holy Bible

“For the poor you have always with you: but me you have not always.” 
Matthew 26, 11

For my flesh is meat indeed: and my blood is drink indeed. He that eateth my flesh, and drinketh my blood, abideth in me, and I in him. As the living Father hath sent me, and I live by the Father; so he that eateth me, the same also shall live by me [...] After this many of his disciples went back; and walked no more with him.” 
John 6, 56-58 & 67

Monday, July 1, 2019

James Martin, “be the LGBT Catholic whom you are called to be by Jesus Christ himself.”

• excerpts •

“Be tough. The last few years have seen many positive steps for LGBT Catholics. And there are two big trends. The first can be summarized by two words: “Pope Francis.” His five most famous words are still, “Who am I to judge?,” which was first a response to the question of gay priests and then expanded to LGBT people. Francis is the first pope ever to use the word “gay.” He has LGBT friends. And he’s appointed many LGBT-supportive cardinals, archbishops and bishops. Another trend is that as more and more Catholics are coming out and being open about their gender identity, they and their families are bringing their hopes and desires into their parishes, and slowly the culture of the church is being changed.”


“Jesus is free from the need to be loved, liked or approved of. He is free from the need to be loved by the Samaritans. He is free of the need to be liked by the disciples, as when he rebukes James and John. And he is free of the need to be approved of by his family, who early on think he’s crazy. He is supremely free. And what is he free to do? To follow the Father’s will.

Many people in the LGBT community feel unwelcome, like Jesus felt, as well as excluded, rejected and sometimes, as Jesus was, persecuted. It can be painful and enraging. And it’s okay to feel those things. It’s human and it’s natural, and sometimes those feelings should stir you to action on behalf of people and groups who are being persecuted! But, ultimately, Jesus asks us to be free of the need to be loved, liked or approved of. And to be confident in who you are. 
Notice that Jesus is also free of the need to punish. James and John wanted to “call down fire from heaven” to destroy the Samaritans who rejected Jesus. But Jesus “rebukes” his disciples for this. That’s not his way. He is free of the need for revenge. So be like Jesus. Be free.

Finally, be hopeful. The life of Christian discipleship is not simply a hard row to plow, it’s not simply tough, it’s not simply a chore. As St. Paul says in today’s reading, “For freedom Christ set us free.” Isn’t that beautiful? The Christian life is not some terribly burden or “yoke” as St. Paul says, echoing the plow imagery of Jesus. No, it’s an invitation to live in freedom. Just as Elijah covered Elisha with his cloak, so all of us, LGBT or straight, who accept Jesus’s invitation are wrapped under what the theologian Barbara Reid calls the “protective cloak of his spirit.” We live in freedom. And in joy!

And in hope too!”


“These readings, so ancient, so different, so seemingly far away, are actually tailor made for us today, during Pride Weekend for all of us who are called to encounter God. In these readings we hear God say to us: Be tough, be free, be hopeful. Be proud to be Catholic. And for my LGBT brothers and sister and siblings, be the LGBT Catholic whom you are called to be by Jesus Christ himself.”

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Thursday, June 27, 2019

Benedict XVI clarifies whom is the pope.

“The Pope is one, Francis.”

— Benedict XVI, 22 June 2019

Benedict XVI said these words in interview that took place on 22 June 2019 with Massimo Franco and will be published in Corriere della Sera 7, 28.06.2019. This statement was reported in Incontro con Ratzinger Un filo di voce ma parole lucide per rassicurare, Corriere della Sera, 27.06.2019 as well as in Benedetto XVI: il Papa è uno, Francesco. L'unità è più forte delle divisioni, Vatican News, 27 June 2019.

Monday, June 17, 2019

Fr. Mario returns to address Viganò’s allegations against Francis

Learn how Christ is cleansing his church by purification of the modernists, so we get pure modernism!

Fr. Mario can’t wait until priestly celibacy is done away with so that women can have a voice in his modernist church!

The uncomfortable truth...

It’s obvious that Fr. Mario doesn’t understand that modernism is the problem and logically leads to homosexuality and pederasty in the Novus Ordo.

The blind leading the blind.

More ‘wisdom’ from Fr. Mario: