Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Austen Ivereigh on Francis

The Great Reformer: Francis and the Making of a Radical Pope

Well worth taking 5 minutes and 20 seconds to listen to a liberal explain what Francis is doing.


  1. He's right about one thing: it's not a question of 'liberal' or 'conservative'; it's a question of obeying God's commandments and faithfully passing them on or of inventing your own law that allows anyone to get by w/anything (and go to hell for all eternity):

    I don't believe he came up w/doing this book on his own -- probably our 'charity' dollars hard at work promoting the Fairysee party:

    "He has been credited with boosting Cormac Murphy-O'Connor's public image, which had been damaged by controversies over his dealings with paedophile priests"
    [Look at his Wikipedia entry (see if you find word 'abortion')]

  2. If anyone has any doubt what Francis is up to, just check out at your local library either the book or audio CD copy of novus ordoite Wayne Dyer's latest, Divine Love. While it has it's 'good points,' most of it is pantheism and ecumenism all mishmashed together, and Dyer openly admits how he proudly 'married' Ellen DeGeneres and her galpal.
    I feel for Dyer from his foster family beginnings, and considering the trauma he and his brother must have endured, he has handled all of that tremendously; and I don't question his seemingly sincere desire to help people who are struggling, but it's so sad to see yet another person raised in the Catholic Faith who has fallen into the entire V2 false masonic ecumenical program hook, line and sinker, with total enthusiasm - perhaps one of it's most fervent lay apostles, though he probably would not necessarily call himself that. It's the operation of error on a grand scale, apparently, coated with sweetness and light and self esteem frosting.