Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Francis weekly installment of heresy

a young Jorge Mario sitting
It's not hard to imagine as a young boy, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, daydreaming in his catechism class.  When the priest was teaching what the Catholic Church has always held to be true and little Jorge didn't like it he must have looked out the window and resolved to himself, ‘If I ever get in charge...’  Well, that day has come and Francis seems to relish uttering one heresy after another every week in his homilies, speeches, general audiences, and to his papal guests.  It's like he is showing that anonymous priest, who is right.  Sigh, we’ve heard this heresy from the lips of Francis more than once.  It is one of Francis’ favorites, the “ecumenism of blood”.  This time however the Catholic Church is united with the heretical monophysites of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church.

From 2004 on, the Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches have worked together to deepen their communion through the theological dialogue advanced by the Joint International Commission.  We are happy to note the increasing participation of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church in this dialogue.  Over the years, the Commission has examined the fundamental concept of the Church as communion, understood as participation in the communion between the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit.  In this way, we have come to see that we have almost everything in common: one faith, one Baptism, one Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.  We are united by virtue of our Baptism, which has made us members of the one Body of Christ.  We are also united by the various common elements of our rich monastic traditions and liturgical practices.  We are brothers and sisters in Christ.  As has often been observed, what unites us is greater than what divides us. 
We truly feel that the words of the Apostle Paul apply to us: “If one member suffers, all suffer together; if one member is honoured, all rejoice together” (1 Cor 12:26).  Shared sufferings have enabled Christians, otherwise divided in so many ways, to grow closer to one another.  Just as in the early Church the shedding of the blood of martyrs became the seed of new Christians, so today the blood of the many martyrs of all the Churches has become the seed of Christian unity.  The martyrs and saints of all the ecclesial traditions are already one in Christ.  Their names are inscribed in the one martyrologium of the Church of God.  The ecumenism of the martyrs is a summons to us, here and now, to advance on the path to ever greater unity.
Let us pray for one another, invoking the protection of the martyrs and saints upon all the faithful entrusted to our pastoral care.  May the Holy Spirit continue to enlighten us and guide our steps towards harmony and peace.  May he nourish in us the hope that one day, with God’s help, we will be united around the altar of Christ’s sacrifice in the fullness of Eucharistic communion.

Francis’ heretical modernist ecclesiology


  1. I have an Ethiopian Orthodox friend, and he is much closer to having the Catholic Faith than Pope Francis is. I suggested to him that his patriarch would do well to keep away from Pope Francis.

    1. They need to leave the orthodox.The remnant catholic church still keeps the true catholic faith alive.

  2. I hate to assume this, but is seems as though a demon had it's hand on Bergolio , even when he was just a wee lad.