Sunday, November 16, 2014

Francis' Thought for the Day #2




Catholic = universal

Therefore, if we are to rewrite the statement it reads,

"I believe in god, not in a universal god, there is no universal god"

So one can conclude,

Francis must believe in many gods!

11 comments:

  1. Not quite. He teaches that there are many ways to his god. This is relativism. This is why he teaches dialogue. He is creating a global scene deceiving lukewarm Catholics that they can genuinely learn wisdom by happily listening to non Catholics sources. This was the point he wanted to make by his "unity" at the Wall in Jerusalem stunt with his Jewish & Muslim friends. This is why he setup the Synod the way it run, with extensive listening... This is why the "Humanum" conference has invited many pagan presenters to preach their heresy on their understanding of marriage so soon after the Synod 14. Francis is teaching by "example" to accept the man made wisdom of these false religions and use what he can to trick many that a "universal" language can be found to lead all of their followers to the same god. Its cunning, clever and evil. Many religions that lead to the same god, and Francis is seeking a middle road that he can sell to the world to create a one world religion.

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  2. Peace of The Risen Christ be with all of You.

    My impression sometimes is- and may God forgive me if I am wrong- that the only God Francis adores is he himself.

    His behaviour from day one of his Papacy is egocentric, self-centred and narcissistic.

    The moment he stepped on the balcony -on the day of his election- he wanted to be different to draw attention on his person and not on the office of papacy and finally on Christ who instituted this office.

    His narcissistic behaviour manifested itself in his refusal to wear the papal mozetta, the papal stole and the papal shoes.

    He titled himself only as Bishop of Rome (and not as a Pope) and he refused to live in papal apartments like he should have done and stayed in the hotel.

    He did all that to show the world how different and great he ist and to be in the spotlights.

    And now he tries to change Gods Laws practically allowing adultery and allowing adulterers to receive communion and declaring that practicing homosexuality is not a sin and not to be morally judged.

    So my impression is -and i repeat myself that God may forgive me if I am wrong- that the only God in Bergoglios World is Bergoglio himself.

    PAX Vobiscum

    Ursus

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  3. it can also be concluded that Francis believes in a god.....according to one's idea of what a god should be to them. Hence, allah buddha satan too for that matter.

    Why aren't the true bishops of Christ's church getting rid of Francis? Surely he has overstepped the mark where church caons can have him removed?

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  4. If there's no Catholic God ,it follows there's no Catholic Church ,therefore no Catholic Pope ,so when is he going to be made redundant and vacate the vatican.It must be the first time in history a Pope made a statement publicly that he does not believe in a catholic God ,does that statement not render him unfit to be the head of a religion whose God he claims not to believe in ,it would be funny if it wasn't tragic .

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    1. Mazara - again you are right - you have to have a sense of gallows humor living through the Great Vatican II apostasy otherwise you would lose it yourself, for sure.

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  5. A good rewrite of Francis' theological "thought" entirely embracing the novus ordo antipope endorsement of false masonic ecumenism and syncretism, while they simultaneously deny that is what they are engaging in. Rather like the emperor standing naked admiring his beautiful 'clothes,' their theology is as far away from the true Faith as someone can get, it seems. A true demonstration of their sitting in opposition to the true papacy, the true popes and the true Faith - as predicted and prophesied Antichrist would do.

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  6. Not quite. He teaches that there are many ways to his god. This is relativism. This is why he teaches dialogue. He is creating a global scene deceiving lukewarm Catholics that they can genuinely learn wisdom by happily listening to non Catholics sources. This was the point he wanted to make by his "unity" at the Wall in Jerusalem stunt with his Jewish & Muslim friends. This is why he setup the Synod the way it run, with extensive listening... This is why the "Humanum" conference has invited many pagan presenters to preach their heresy on their understanding of marriage so soon after the Synod 14. Francis is teaching by "example" to accept the man made wisdom of these false religions and use what he can to trick many that a "universal" language can be found to lead all of their followers to the same god. Its cunning, clever and evil. Many religions that lead to the same god, and Francis is seeking a middle road that he can sell to the world to create a one world religion

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  7. His words and actions since certainly belie the signification which his apologists insist we read into his most infamous of statements, this one in particular...

    A Catholic

    http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/petition2CardinalsReFrancis

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  8. The mad dog is denying The Most Holy Trinity.

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  9. This is the inevitable result of the negation of the doctrine of EENS which Dom Lefebvre also denied.

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    1. Yes, and what apparently Fr. Feeney, who has been excoriated even by many traditionalists, for trying to insist on water baptism, did correctly point out that once these guys gave up EENS the rest would go - and by saying that he certainly seems to have been nearly engaging in prophesy. They negate their reason to exist in the first place and then wonder why (those of them who are going along thinking that the 'hierarchy' is still valid "Catholic" clergy, that is) why the "new evangelization" has been such a miserable failure - but they keep thinking it's such a great success! But...the world at large, having imbibed masonic and antichrist thought for so many years, loves this Bergoglio. All the world shall be enamoured of the beast? Elton John may call for his immediate "canonization' but I don't see Sir Elton signing up for his local novus ordo catechism class any time soon - not unless they 'bless' his marriage to his fellow, I suppose. That is probably next on Bergoglio's agenda.

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