Monday, September 1, 2014

The strange papacy of Pope Francis by Miles Christi


A reader of Call Me Jorge... sent us a paper they wrote on Francis.  It is a must-read!   We can say we learned a thing or two about Francis' un-Catholic behavior which we had not come across before reading of it in this paper.  The author masterfully contrasts the differences between traditional teachings of the Catholic Church & Popes against the words, actions, and spirit of Francis.   The paper, The strange papacy of Pope Francis by Miles Christi, is broken down into six sections covering twenty-six pages; Islam, (Talmudic) Judaism, Secularism, Freemasonry, and the miscellaneous actions of Francis.  It is extensively footnoted and has thirteen pages of links to resources which correspond to the individual parts of the paper.  The author has incredibly provided this paper to us in five languages (Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese & English) and two formats (Microsoft Word & Adobe PDF).  Please click on one of the links below, download this paper, and take the time to read it.  Please also share it with your friends.  Our thanks and prayers to Miles Christi for his dedication and work!

Microsoft Word

El extraño pontificado del papa Francisco

L’étrange pontificat du pape François

Lo strano pontificato di Papa Francesco

O estranho pontificado do papa Francisco

The strange papacy of Pope Francis

 


Adobe PDF

El extraño pontificado del papa Francisco

L’étrange pontificat du pape François

Lo strano pontificato di Papa Francesco

O estranho pontificado do papa Francisco

The strange papacy of Pope Francis

14 comments:

  1. The writer captures very well the assaulting apostasy of Bergoglio and the discomforting awakening that has ensued for many.

    I predict this paper is going to be circulated widely and become known to historians (or be praised by Our Lord should the world end soon). While reading it, I kept thinking that I had finally found that perfect, introductory rationale to share with family and friends of why I have left the conciliar church! (Although, to my knowledge, neither the author nor the blogger(s) of CMJ have declared the same sedevacantist conclusion.)

    Thank you, Mr. Christi. Thank you for sharing, CMJ.





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    1. Yes thank you to Mr . Christi and CMJ for posting. The world seems very imminently on so many disasters. Here in the US they are predicting ISIS is planning an attack on the US via Mexico; meanwhile others like Rand Paul are claiming the Fed is insolvent and the US is about to enter into a 25 year Great Depression (remember all the Alex Jones stories about how Social Security and other federal agencies are arming themselves to the teeth with hollow point bullets?). And the liberalism of the people continue - in fact my fellow Catholic friend just sent me a quote from the former premier of the Czech Republic Vaclav Klaus? who said that the US has more to fear from a populace that would elect someone like Barack Obama rather than from Obama himself and I have to heartily agree after seeing the total moral collapse of the society in this country and how it seems to worsen with every passing day. Meanwhile the feds have just decided to put narcotic painkillers needed for those in chronic pain like vets and arthritis and sciatica sufferers, etc into a Class 2 (where heroin and other drugs reside) where they will have to go to an MD and do regular urinalyses etc just to have their pain meds to function. Heard this on talk radio from a guy who was bringing up Orwell and something about those who control a nation's pain control the populace. Orwell and HG Wells' predictions all seem to becoming fulfilled under Obama, anyway.

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  2. Hello. For those who read french, here it is an interesting article about what could happen during the Synod of Bishops next month. God bless.

    http://www.dominicainsavrille.fr/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Fran%C3%A7ois-les-martiens.pdf

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  3. Look, even though a Catholic has good and sound reasons to hold that the Pope was or is a heretic, then he is obliged to respect the rights and privileges of the College of Cardinals and petition them to depose the man. It is simply not catholic to separate oneself from the entire ecclesiastical order, in the name of anything, let alone purity to the Catholic Faith! See Michele di Corona, Tractatus Postumus about this...

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    1. Pope Paul IV's papal bull takes care of this. Cum Ex Apostolatus Officio - even if a man is unanimously elected he cannot be pope if he has previously held some heresy. Enough said. The college of cardinals has no power over the ruling of a true pope in the past. The Holy Ghost certainly gave the faithful that remain things like this papal bull, and Pius II's Exsecrabilis, to defend themselves against fallacious arguments like this one - 'respect for the College of Cardinals"?! Since when do any of the laity have to "respect" people who are apostates themselves and who vote for one of their own as "pope"? This is insanity. Thanks to the other anonymous for quoting St. Paul. Enough said.

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  4. anon 5:15 - St Paul has a different view: "I wonder that you are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ, unto another gospel. Which is not another, only there are some that trouble you, and would pervert the gospel of Christ. But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach a gospel to you besides that which we have preached to you, let him be anathema. As we said before, so now I say again: If any one preach to you a gospel, besides that which you have received, let him be anathema. For do I now persuade men, or God? Or do I seek to please men? If I yet pleased men, I should not be the servant of Christ.' Galatians 1:6-10

    But of course Frances would tell you that St. Paul (and Jesus Christ also I suppose as well as all apostles and disciples) were NOT Catholics since they proselytized--which of course is 'solemn nonsense'. You can respect 'the rights and privileges of the College of Cardinals' but they are the ones who elected Bergoglio! You may as well appeal to Obama to remove Eric Holder. You might also want to read Acts 4. We will be judged on what we do. You can choose to obey the corrupt high priests or you can behave like a Catholic (like the apostles) and stop following corrupt filth to hell.

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  5. "To adhere to a false Bishop of Rome
    is to be out of communion with the Church." St. Cyprian (200-258)

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  6. The Prophecies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden

    http://youtu.be/yji3zUpsn1A



    The first man signifies the leader of the Church and his priests; the second, the evil laity; the third, the Jews; the fourth, the heathens; and the fifth, my friends. But from you, Jew, I exclude all the Jews who are Christians in secret and who serve me secretly in a pure love, a right faith, and a perfect deed. And from you, heathen, I exclude all those who would gladly walk in the way of my commandments, if they only knew and were taught how they should walk and live, and who with their deeds do as much as they know and are able. These shall by no means be judged with you. I now complain over you, o head of my Church, who sit on my seat which I gave to Peter and his successors to sit on with a threefold dignity and power: First, so that they would have the power of binding and loosing souls from their sins. Second, so that they would open Heaven for the penitent. Third, so that that they would close Heaven to the damned and to those who despise my Law. But you, who should be healing souls and presenting them to me, you are in truth a murderer of souls. I appointed Peter as shepherd and guardian of my sheep. But you, however, scatter and wound them. You are worse than Lucifer. For he was envious of me and desired to kill none but me so that he could rule in my place. But you are so much worse, for you do not only kill me by driving me off from yourself by your bad deeds, but you also kill souls by your bad example. I redeemed the souls with my blood and entrusted them to you as to a faithful friend, but you deliver them back again to the enemy from whom I redeemed them. You are more unrighteous than Pilate. He judged no one else but me to death, but you not only judge me as if I were a powerless lord and worthy of no good thing, no, you also judge and condemn the souls of the innocent and let the guilty go free without any rebuke. You are more cruel than Judas who only sold me, but you not only sell me, but also the souls of my chosen men for your own shameful profit and vain name’s sake. You are more despicable than the Jews, for they only crucified my body, but you crucify and torture the souls of my chosen men for whom your malice and your sins are more bitter than from any wound from a sword. And so, since you are like Lucifer and more unrighteous than Pilate and more cruel than Judas and more despicable than the Jews, I complain over you with justice.

    To the second man, that is, to the laity, our Lord said: “I created all things for your benefit. You gave your consent to me and I to you. You gave me your faith and promised by oath that you would serve me. But now, you have deserted me like a man who does not know his God. You hold my words for a lie and my deeds as vanity, and you say that my will and my commandments are too heavy. You have violated the faith you promised me. You have broken your oath and abandoned my name. You have separated yourself from the number of my saints and have come to belong to the number of the devils and you have become their friend. You think that no one is worthy of praise and honor but yourself. Everything that belongs to me and that you are bound to do for me appears heavy and bitter for you, but the things that please yourself are very easy for you. Therefore, I complain over you with right, for you have broken the faith you gave me in baptism and later; and for the love I have shown you in word and deed, you mock me and call me a liar, and for my suffering you call me a fool.”

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    1. Thanks for the St. Bridget prophecies/revelations quotes. It is a VERY good idea to do the 15 prayers on the Passion Our Lord gave to her during this time of apostasy. The promises were repressed by the Holy Office shortly before Vatican II AFTER being approved under Pius IX, from my understanding. You have to do them daily for at least one year to, according to the promises, have Our Lord's promise to be saved. All the same, meditating on and praying these prayers are a very good way, along with your daily rosary, if time permits, to meditate upon the FAITH as they are very clear in their sensus catholicus in eloquence and expression.

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  7. No doubt Francis is no accidental in the attempt to globalise the pantheistic post-conciliar faith. While the church disintegrates, he accelerates the process with his revolutionary liberal modernism - the poisonous fount of heresy and de facto schism. The post-conciliar papacies have led the vanguard in destroying liturgy, pastoral processes, clear authoritative Biblical exegesis and sound unambiguous doctrine.

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  8. Where is the English version?

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    1. Select 'The strange papacy of Pope Francis' under either of the headings Microsoft Word or PDF

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  9. Thank you..couldn't see it for looking!

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  10. Can anyone give some background on Miles Christi. So far, I can only find a Religious Order under that name. He is obviously an individual judging by the excellent document he authored.

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