Saturday, April 19, 2014

Easter 2013, Francis style


Dear reader, please bear with us as this post is going to seem like it is going around Robin Hood's barn before it arrives at it's shocking apostasy.  Let us set the stage by recalling the Easter Sunday of 2013.  Francis celebrated the Novus Ordo Missae Easter Mass in the Square of St. Peter's Basilica followed by the Urbi et Orbi message and blessing.  An estimated crowd of 300,000 attended with with many millions more watching on television.  Below are a few pages from the Papal Liturgy.  The full booklet can be read at the Vatican's website by clicking here.
(page 2 of Domenica di Pasqua 2013)
At the very beginning of the Easter Mass we read, "You are Peter and upon this rock I will build my Church..."  This is going to come into play a little later.  The other thing we point out is Francis' translators must share his aversion to the Crucifixion because they have translated 'legno' as 'tree' which is incorrect as 'legno' is the Italian word for 'wood'.
(page 16 of Domenica di Pasqua 2013)
Again, in another mistranslation this time one reads, "they killed him by hanging him on a tree" when it should read, "they killed him by hanging him on a Cross."  This time 'croce' is translated as 'tree' when it actually means 'Cross'.
(page 62 of Domenica di Pasqua 2013)
We read here, "The stone which the builders have rejected has become the corner stone" and further on, "Jesus' Name the Savior of mankind."   We bring these passages on these three pages to your attention because Francis is going to allow something which is diametrically opposed to it.




(Francis celebrating the Easter Sunday Novus Ordo Missae
and the Urbi et Orbi message from the balcony.)


After Easter Mass, Francis appeared on the Papal Balcony where he gave his Urbi et Orbi address.  To read the full Urbi et Orbi, click here.  Please continue to have patience with us and read some of the excerpts of Francis' message in which he said,

..."Christ is risen! I would like it to go out to every house and every family, especially where the suffering is greatest, in hospitals, in prisons …"

..."We too, like the women who were Jesus’ disciples, who went to the tomb and found it empty, may wonder what this event means.  What does it mean that Jesus is risen? "

..."This is what Easter is: it is the exodus, the passage of human beings from slavery to sin and evil to the freedom of love and goodness.  Because God is life, life alone, and we are his glory: the living man!"

..."Dear brothers and sisters, Christ died and rose once for all, and for everyone, but the power of the Resurrection, this passover from slavery to evil to the freedom of goodness, must be accomplished in every age, in our concrete existence, in our everyday lives."

..."And so we ask the risen Jesus, who turns death into life, to change hatred into love, vengeance into forgiveness, war into peace.  Yes, Christ is our peace, and through him we implore peace for all the world.

Peace for the Middle East, and particularly between Israelis and Palestinians, who struggle to find the road of agreement, that they may willingly and courageously resume negotiations to end a conflict that has lasted all too long..."

..."Peace to the whole world, torn apart by violence linked to drug trafficking and by the iniquitous exploitation of natural resources! Peace to this our Earth!  May the risen Jesus bring comfort to the victims of natural disasters and make us responsible guardians of creation.

Dear brothers and sisters, to all of you who are listening to me, from Rome and from all over of the world, I address the invitation of the Psalm: “Give thanks to the Lord for he is good; for his steadfast love endures for ever. Let Israel say: ‘His steadfast love endures for ever’.”


Here comes the apostasy!  Easter Sunday is the highest feast day in the Church... Francis was out in front of St. Peter's Basilica in St. Peter's Square celebrating the Novus Ordo Missae, and inside was Rabbi Sergio Bergman in the heart of St. Peter's Basilica reciting his Talmudic Passover prayers.  He was at the tomb of the first Pontiff, St. Peter!  A refresher for those reading Call Me Jorge... for the first time. The modern day Jewish festival of Passover has nothing to do with the Old Testament and was created after the destruction of the temple in 70 AD.   According to Rabbi Glieckman it is anti-christian in spirit. (see The Last Lunch) One can see how this flies in the face of everything Francis was saying and doing above. 

Photo taken on 31 March 2013 of Rabbi Sergio Bergman 
in the Holy Sepulcher of St. Peter at St. Peter's Basilica 
after praying with 'catholic' bishops.

The comment next to the photo on facebook by Sergio Bergman translated into English reads:
On this Easter Sunday, so significant for Christianity, and we celebrate the seventh day of Passover, I share this memory of communion with my brother priests and Argentinian bishops.  With emotion we prayed together before the Sepulchre of Peter, on our visit to the Vatican.  Happy Easter and Passover Chag Sameach! (Chag Sameach = joyous festival)

Why was a Pharisee saying prayers at the tomb of St. Peter?  Yes, a Pharisee, the same group of people who condemned Our Lord to death.  From Wikipedia's entry, Pharisees:
"The sages of the Talmud see a direct link between themselves and the Pharisees, and historians generally consider Pharisaic Judaism to be the progenitor of Rabbinic Judaism, that is normative, mainstream Judaism after the destruction of the Second Temple. All mainstream forms of Judaism today consider themselves heirs of Rabbinic Judaism and, ultimately, the Pharisees." 
And from The Pharisees: The Sociological Background of Their Faith by Rabbi Dr. Louis Finkelstein:
"The spread of a modified Pharisaism to the ends of the earth has fortunately not prevented the endurance throughout the centuries of the unchanged faith, in Rabbinic Judaism. Pharisaism became Talmudism, Talmudism became Medieval Rabbinism, and Medieval Rabbinism became Modern Rabbinism. But throughout these changes of name, inevitable adaptation of custom, and adjustment of Law, the spirit of the ancient Pharisee survives unaltered."
We have a modern day spiritual descendant of the Pharisees praying in the Sepulcher of St. Peter but what prayers were said?   Why, the Talmudic Jewish Passover prayers.   The seventh day of passover commemorates when Haman was wiped out by God in the Red Sea.  Haman was descended from Amalek (there's that name again).  The seventh day of passover also celebrates the Jews freedom from bondage or slavery.   The Talmudic Jews however don't say the full set of Talmudic Passover prayers because even though it is a festival it is not a joyous occasion as they are still awaiting the messiah.  How can it be a joyous occasion when they are still waiting for redemption?  Did you catch that dear reader?  The modern day Talmudic Passover or Seder is centered around the yet to come messiah!

One of the prayers said by the Talmudic Jews on this day which doesn't sound very Catholic is,
Where is the forgiveness?  There is nothing like some Talmudic vengeance!  Reminds us of the attitude Francis has towards those in the Novus Ordo church who cling to anything with a semblance of tradition. 

What does Rabbi Bergman have to say about Easter & the Passover/Seder Meal?  On his blog he has republished an article he wrote for Clarín, Estas Pascuas, tan judías como cristianas and an excerpt from his book, Argentina Ciudadana, con textos bíblicos which Jorge Bergoglio wrote the prologue to.

In the article mentioned above, Bergman's title These Passovers, as Jewish as Christian already equates the two.  Bergman writes the Passover of the Old Testament is the same as the modern day Seder Passover ritual.  To call this a stretch of the truth is incorrect, it is a blatant lie.  The Seder is at its root anti-Christian and makes a mockery of Christianity with the empty chair & wine glass for Elijah.  See dear reader, Elijah is to show up at the Seder Meal one of these days to announce the coming of the Messiah.  As Christians we know Christ is the Messiah and "For where there are two or three gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them."  Bergman then continues on saying everyone, Jews and Christians, is redeemed by work.  Christ redeemed the world, we didn't.  Sounds like Bergman is pushing "Tikkun Olam".  One of these religions celebrates the true Messiah, the other a 'straw' messiah which is as counterfeit as the modern day country of Israel and its Khazar 'jewish' people.  Finally, at the conclusion he tries to pawn off Christianity and Talmudic Judaism as a common unit even though the Messiah came for one and for the other the messiah is yet to come.  Does Bergman think we are stupid?  Why is there division in the first place?  The Messiah, Jesus the Christ!

In the excerpt from his book, Bergman writes the tradition of the elders (the tradition of men) is valid.  The Talmudic Passover is a family covenant with God which is passed on from generation to generation which must relive this experience in its memory.  Most importantly, the family is celebrating a redemption that isn't complete but could be possible.  Bergman continues by then explaining the symbolism in Christianity concluding the Cross is a Christian symbol of the covenant between the Son of Man and the Son of God.  Interestingly he omits the sign on the Cross which was written in three languages (Hebrew, Greek, and Latin) "Iēsus Nazarēnus, Rēx Iūdaeōrum"  Like the Pharisees of the day he rejects what Pilate commanded be placed on the Crucifix.  "What I have written I have written."  He then has God returning to humanity through the process of redeeming the world with work.  This is in stark contrast to what Christians profess.  Heard this somewhere before?  Thankfully, we are almost done with the excerpt.   Bergman then states that even though Christianity and Talmudic Judaism are different, they are united by what they have in common and by their diversity.  You can't make this stuff up - it is so outrageous!  Lastly, he writes Islam affirms the Judeo-Christian traditions and the eastern traditions complement it.  In other words, he shares the same views as the proponents of inter-religious dialogue, let's destroy Christianity and get ready for the one world religion with the Talmudic Jews in charge.

Like the true modernist he is, Francis let this knowingly happen.  Wait, wait, we can hear the Francis defenders objections already,  "Francis didn't know this was being done by Rabbi Bergman!"  Yeah right, it is not like there is any security in the Vatican.  "But it wasn't Francis, it was the priests and bishops with the rabbi!"  "Francis misunderstands Rabbi Bergman's views."  Ad nauseam...  So you are asking us to believe that Francis, the man who,

  • wrote the forward to Argentina Ciudadana by Rabbi Sergio Bergman,
  • attended Talmudic Kristallnacht services in the Basilica of St. Nicholas in 2005 with Rabbi Bergman,
  • went on a book tour with Rabbi Bergman,
  • lit a menorah in 2012 at the NCI-Emanu El synagogue with Rabbi Bergman,
  • and has had Rabbi Bergman as a guest several times at the Vatican,

didn't give permission for Rabbi Sergio Bergman to do this?

There is stupid and then there is denial.  We don't think Francis' apologists are stupid.  So, they must be in total denial.  Then there are others who say you can't say anything negative about Francis!  How is the truth ever negative?  One could imagine the outcry if Rabbi Bergman was instead Iman Bergman!  Why isn't the conservative catholic press covering this topic?  Or for that matter his blasphemous jokes about Our Lord's Crucifixion?  Do they have an agenda or don't they do any research?

Francis/Bergoglio & Rabbi Bergman have a long reationship!
(Cover of Argentina Ciudadana by Rabbi Bergman with Prologue by Jorge Bergoglio.)
(Back cover of Argentina Ciudadana.)
(left to right, Jorge Bergoglio, Sergio Bergman, and Rabbi Philip Yaffe.)

To see more photos of the Talmudic Kristallnacht services 
in Basilica of St. Nicholas in 2005 (click here)

(Book tour of Sergio Bergman & Jorge Bergoglio with English subtitles and Bergoglio
gushing over how important Bergman and his work Argentina Ciudadana are!)




(Video of Jorge Bergoglio & Sergio Bergman lighting the Menorah in 2012.)

(Rabbi Bergman, Rabbi Alejandro Avruj, and Jorge Mario Bergoglio lighting the Menorah.)
(Rabbi Bergman congratulating Francis on his election in 2013.)
(Francis & Rabbi Bergman at the Vatican, February 2014.)
To sum it all up, Francis says 'Peter is the rock upon which the Church was built' while outside St. Peter's Basilica.  However, Francis sees it fit for a perfidious (unbelieving) Talmudic rabbi to pray inside at St. Peter's tomb on the highest feast day of the Church.  This same Talmudic rabbi is a spiritual descendant of the Pharisees who rejected the 'stone [Christ] which became the corner stone'.  All the while, in his Urbi et Orbi message, Francis repeatedly states he desires to tell the whole world about Jesus Christ's resurrection!  Well gee, Francis you missed your opportunity to set your buddy Rabbi Sergio Bergman straight!  This group according to Christ (see Mark 7:13 & Matthew 15:6-9) made the commandments of God void for their own man made traditions.  Christ further said,

"If God were your Father, you would indeed love me. For from God I proceeded, and came; for I came not of myself, but he sent me:  Why do you not know my speech? Because you cannot hear my word.  You are of your father the devil, and the desires of your father you will do. He was a murderer from the beginning, and he stood not in the truth; because truth is not in him. When he speaketh a lie, he speaketh 
 of his own: for he is a liar, and the father thereof.  
But if I say the truth, you believe me not."

The modernist Francis is attempting to practice "Tikkun Olam" on the Novus Ordo church.  We ask you dear reader three final questions:


Notes:
(The title page of The Pharisees by Rabbi Dr. Louis Finkelstein.)

(page XX of The Pharisees)

(page XXI of The Pharisees)

In case any doubters think we at Call Me Jorge... made this up, below are screenshots and links to the photos on the internet.

Photo taken on 31 March 2013 of Rabbi Sergio Bergman in the 
Holy Sepulcher of St. Peter at St. Peter's Basilica after 
praying with 'catholic' bishops. (facebook link)







Related:

The Last Lunch

Jorge jokes about Our Lord's Crucifixion

Noche de los cristales rotos 2005

Maimonides Award for Inter-religious Dialogue

Rabbi Ehrenkranz predicts Francis

Huckster Abe Foxman on Francis



1 comment:


  1. Indeed! Roman Catholics are doing just what the Israelites did in those days - making a pact with the pagans - building masonic temples; committing incessant abominations in these temples and leaving desolation, as a result. No wonder the church is so divided, confused and in chaos. Thank you Pope Francis I - isn't it time you popes led us out of this process of liberal modernist self-demolition begun in earnest in 1965? Isn't it time you focused on the main issue of conversion to Jesus Christ? You post-Council popes spend far too much time proselytising ecumenism and interconfessionalism. This is not the divine mandate to preach The Gospel but a total deviation from it.
    Our Blessed Lord is not just a significance or just a meaning. Neither is He a hermeneutic nor a political ideology to be confounded with Judaeism. He is Lord and Master who has brought the possibility of salvation to all who manifest their love for Him by following His commandments (yes all not just the ones we prefer to talk about which are currently politically correct).

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