Thursday, October 9, 2014

more modernistic bile spews forth from Francis' mouth

Francis' heresies aren't the only thing expanding!

Another day and Francis reveals more of the modernism he so loves.  Touching on a subject once again which translates into English as "God spray", Francis gives us this gem of modernistic trash:

"He accompanies us and teaches us to pray. And our prayer should be Trinitarian. So often [people ask]: 'But do you believe?': 'Yes! Yes! '; 'What do you believe in?'; 'In God!'; 'But what is God for you?'; 'God, God'. But God does not exist: Do not be shocked! So God does not exist! There is the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, they are persons, they are not some vague idea in the clouds ... This God spray does not exist! The three persons exist! Jesus is our companion on the journey who gives us what we ask; the Father who cares for us and loves us; and the Holy Spirit is the gift, the extra gift from the Father, that our consciousness does not dare to hope for".

Previously on 18 April 2013, Francis introduced the attendees of his Novus Ordo Missae at Casa Sancta Marta to the concept of "God spray" during the homily.  As reported by the Official Vatican Network:

"But who is this God you believe in?" 
"An ‘all over the place - god, a 'god-spray' so to speak, who is a little bit everywhere but who no-one really knows anything about. We believe in God who is Father, who is Son, who is Holy Spirit. We believe in Persons, and when we talk to God we talk to Persons: or I speak with the Father, or I speak with the Son, or I speak with the Holy Spirit. And this is the faith. "

Dear reader, are you confused?  We are confused, what is the world is he trying to say?  Thankfully he clarified his thoughts this morning in telling us, "God does not exist."  This brings to mind his interview published on 1 October 2013 with atheist, Eugenio Scalfari in which Francis said,

"And I believe in God, not in a Catholic God, there is no Catholic God, there is God and I believe in Jesus Christ, his incarnation. Jesus is my teacher and my pastor, but God, the Father, Abba, is the light and the Creator. This is my Being. Do you think we are very far apart?"

Dear reader, we ask you a question,

"Who is Francis praying to?"

Once again, we can thank Francis for answering the above question.  He prays to the same gods as the Talmudic Jews and Muslims do, G-d and Allah!  See our entry, An apostate says what, for more on this.  Is this who you pray to?

One would think the mainstream religious press would point out the above statements of Francis, especially what he said this morning but they don't.  Our guess is they will not either.  For the Catholic press is a partner and complicit in Francis' revolution.  Instead they titillate their readers with Ron and Mavis Priola's testimony at the Synod on the Family, or show the clip of Francis taking two young boys for a ride around St. Peter's Square in the Popemobile.

Do you want to go for a ride?

It is all fun & games
at Francis' Novus Ordo Circus!


see the 2 minute 4 second mark


  1. Hello CMJ. Bergoglio has a totally anti-Catholic perception of God. What Catholic -- in his right mind -- would say that "God does not exist"???

    No amount of clarification after the fact is going to compensate for this horribly sinful statement. And this man is the pope -- so all the more he should NEVER utter such a blasphemous statement.

    If any one of the Catholic saints of the past had even had such a blasphemous thought they would have undergone "the discipline" to beat the demon out of themselves.

    And the most charitable interpretation of the "clarification" bergoglio provides would be that he has absolutely no understanding of the Truth of The Most Holy Trinity. He seems to believe that there are three separate "gods" and not One God -- The Father, The Son and The Holy Spirit.

    Maybe he learned these things in Hebrew School with his BFF Rabbi Skorka...

  2. The rabbis call Christ (among other things) "that man" so they would be pleased to see Francis, their brother in the rabbinic faith in a pope suit, cast doubt on the Divinity of Christ and the Trinity while proclaiming that it's "crazy" to "deny The Holocaust."

    There's much rabbinic scribbling on the question of what kind of 'Christianity' would be acceptable as a 'Noahide' religion. Undoubtedly, Francis' persecuted-only-because-he-was-a-'Jew'-"Jesus" Holocaustianity hits the mark precisely.

    Given a good understanding of Judaism, Francis is easy to understand.