Friday, October 16, 2015

Francis the 'humble' loses his temper

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“If this is the case, they can leave. The Church does not need them. I'll throw them all out!”


The Italian tabloid-styled website, Dagospia is reporting that on Monday the 12th of October, 2015 at 7:00PM in the Vatican, Francis lost it when he found out Sandro Magister had published a letter in which 13 cardinals had written to Francis raising their objections to the Synod.  In fact, the report states Francis went on a "rampage" and caught up in this sudden violent outburst of anger, thundered against them saying,


Immediately afterwards Francis fell ill and (we assume) was seen by doctors as it was declared he was suffering from tachyarrhythmia (a resting heart rate which exceeds 100 beats per minute).   Call Me Jorge... wonders what Francis reaction was when he heard there was an Anti-Francis Dossier circulating the Vatican? The real Francis and not the Greg Burke PR crafted 'humble' Francis strikes again!

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  1. Once again we see heretic against heretic against pervert—the collegiality heretics against the divorce heretics and sodomy perverts.

    This is a graphic demonstration of how the Novus Ordo apes the Pharisees and Protestants in their defection.

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    1. In only two terse sentences, the signs surely of the operation of error.

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  2. Here's Burke on Catechism 2000 (could be frankie): "Above all, the Church’s view of the world in carrying out the apostolate of catechesis aims to foster a just order which is the foundation of peace in the world and the preparation of the “new heavens and new earth” (cf. Rev. 21:1). The work of catechesis naturally inspires the catechist and the catechized to respond to the grace of the resurrection by working for justice, especially on behalf of those in most need. Our Holy Father refers to this fundamental Christian inspiration as the “preferential option or love for the poor.”

    "The Church’s concern to foster a just order in our personal lives and in our society and world leads her to give primacy of place to the promotion of the respect for the dignity of the human person and the protection of human rights (the right to life, work, education, the foundation of a family, participation in public life and religious liberty), which enable man and woman to carry out their responsibilities in the world as sons and daughters of God, brothers and sisters of the only Son of God. The Church’s concern for the human person and human rights is truly Catholic in
    the sense that it takes into account all of the essential dimensions of human life, including the cultural and religious dimensions. “What interests the Church is above all the integral development of the human person and of all peoples” (General Directory for Catechesis, No. 18)." [see if the word "Trent" occurs at all]

    https://www.athenaeum.edu/pdf/Commentary%20on%20the%20General%20Directory%20for%20Catechesis.pdf

    And if you read honestly he's still saying the same thing: "Rorate Caeli: Is there anything else that we haven't touched upon that Your Eminence would like to add?

    Card. Burke: Just to encourage everyone to be devoted to the Sacred Liturgy, which is the highest expression of our Catholic faith, the highest expression of our life in God, and to be very devoted to the study of the Catechism of the Catholic Church, and to the teaching of the faith in our homes and in our local communities. The Church has suffered terribly from decades of poor catechesis, such that the faithful, children and young people, even adults, don't know their faith, and we need to address that because the two things go together. When we know our faith well, then we have a strong desire to worship in accordance with our faith, and at the same time our worship makes us desire more to know our faith. And then, obviously, all of that gets expressed in action by the charity of our lives, especially on behalf of those who are in most need.

    Rorate Caeli: That leads to one last question. Your Eminence has mentioned the family in the home many times. Was John Paul II prophetic when he spoke about the Domestic Church?
    Card. Burke: Oh, yes. He said that the Church comes to us by way of the family, and that's true. Christ Himself comes by way of the family. He was prophetic in the sense that he pronounced again what the Church has understood from the very beginning. That term, Domestic Church, is very ancient, and it was repeated at the Second Vatican Council. It's a very ancient terminology for the family. In that he was prophetic, in the sense that he set forth what God Himself teaches us about the family. [Domestic Church at VCII means Kiki & Sean O'Malley's cuckoo rape children Church or Michael Matt & Rorate's church -Or maybe Benedict and Gaswein's lock the butler in the closet until he talks domestic menage or maybe the Casa Santa Marta Ricca managed freak show]
    http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2015/03/exclusive-cardinal-burke-interview-with.html

    Cardinal Burke: Catechism Pius X also safer today and indispensable reference point [& then couples w/Newman referencing Trent Catechism]
    http://www.katholisches.info/2013/06/20/kardinal-burke-katechismus-pius-x-auch-heute-sicherer-und-unumganglicher-bezugspunkt/

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  3. Has anyone ever heard this teaching before? Burke: "The Church came to birth through the outpouring of the Holy Spirit at the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus." (page 8)
    https://www.athenaeum.edu/pdf/Commentary%20on%20the%20General%20Directory%20for%20Catechesis.pdf

    This is what I was taught and references the CCC so I'm just wondering where he got that: "The Church is born primarily of Christ’s total self-giving for our salvation, anticipated in the institution of the Eucharist and fulfilled on the cross. “The origin and growth of the Church are symbolized by the blood and water which flowed from the open side of the crucified Jesus.” “For it was from the side of Christ as he slept the sleep of death upon the cross that there came forth the ‘wondrous sacrament of the whole Church.’” As Eve was formed from the sleeping Adam’s side, so the Church was born from the pierced heart of Christ hanging dead on the cross. (CCC, no. 766, citing LG, no. 3, and SC, no. 5)
    http://rediscover.archspm.org/belonging/why-did-god-establish-the-church-and-how-did-it-come-to-be/

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  4. Francis is a heretic. Throw him out.
    Or Let him resign!

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  5. Bishops should walkout of this heretical synod and publish their own letter condemning this faithless Pope.

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    1. See Mark Smith's post.

      Heretics and apostates aren't going to condemn their brother heretics and apostates. All of them attending this synod are one or the other.

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    2. Exactly. Francis is a symptom of a much larger and deeper problem. If we were rid of Francis, the problem would still be there. These are the "fruits of Vatican II" now fully ripened.

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    3. Anyone who embraces and follows Vatican II and it's "New pentecost/new advent" blah blah blah overturning of two thousand years of Catholic dogma and doctrine to embrace a one world government and religion and "popes" who call the UN the last hope of mankind rather than Jesus Christ Our Lord deserve the version of "catholicism" these so called "Catholic" clerics espouse. Heretics is too soft - they are apostates all, if they ever had the Apostolic Faith to begin with, which is dubious for most of them. Like the old priest told Bill Strojie at the beginning of Vatican II that they were 2000 good for nothings that did not believe in the Holy Trinity or the Immaculate Conception, that opinion was most likely an understatement, and that was over fifty years ago now.

      The best any Catholic lay person can do is to pray the rosary, wear the scapular, and review basic bonehead Catechism stuff written BEFORE 1958 and the Vatican II book burning/purging of orthodoxy from what had been Christ's Church. Remember all these so called "clergy" went ahead and wahooed Mason Roncalli and Syncretist loving Wojtyla's phoney "canonizations" which are the prophetic fulfillment of Antichrist being raised up to Heaven.

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