Friday, October 14, 2016

Yesterday, Francis managed to spit into the faces: of Our Lord, of the Blessed Ever Virgin Mary, of past popes, and of the entire Church.

Would you expect otherwise? 

Yesterday, the13th of October, was the 99th anniversary of the sixth apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Fatima, Portugal.  This was the last day the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to the children at Fatima and is famous for its “Miracle of the Sun”.  Do you think Francis mentioned this?  Nope!

Coincidentally also yesterday, the Pakistani-Christian mother of five sitting on death row for believing in Christ (she was found guilty of blasphemy against Islam), Asia Bibi was to have her appeal heard.   Did Francis ask for prayers?  Of course not!

Instead he had a private audience with Diego Maradona.

Compare the time Francis spent yet again with Diego Maradona in another private audience above with Francis meeting Asia Bibi’s family at a general audience (15 April 2015) below.

What about the poor, the destitute, and the last?

The ‘peripheries’ don’t include Asia!

Guess who else Francis had time to meet with during his busy day?

If the first person who popped into your mind was Bp. Bernard Fellay, then you would be correct!

Bp. Fellay & Francis in lieu of a photo from the short meeting.

This is no joke!  Bp. Fellay, accompanied by Fr. Alain-Marc Nély and Fr. Niklaus Pfluger, briefly met with Francis in Casa Santa Marta.  The trio were at the Vatican to ‘dialogue’ with Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Archbishop Luis Ladaria Ferrer, and Archbishop Guido Pozzo about returning to ‘modernist’ Rome.

Francis was just getting warmed up for the big event of his day.

Care to take a guess as to what it was?

That’s right, he honored Martin Luther and his 95 theses!

Since the heresiarch Martin Luther now has a statue — is sainthood far away?

The cover of the program for this monstrosity.

Yes, on the 13th of October, Francis had a private audience in the Paul VI Hall with around 1,000 Lutherans who were on an ecumenical pilgrimage to the Vatican.  This took place roughly two weeks before Francis will visit Sweden (October 31st to November 1st) where he will participate in an ecumenical service with the Lutheran World Federation celebrating the 500th anniversary of the beginning of Martin Luther’s revolt.  The following excerpts in the tan boxes below are taken from Iacopo Scaramuzzi’s article, Pope: Those who defend Christ but turn away refugees are hypocrites, published by La Stampa’s Vatican Insider.  Care to make a stab guessing at what he told them?  Hint: it wasn’t Catholic and *heresy alert*.

“What unites us is much more than what divides us! The witness that the world expects from us is mainly that of making visible the mercy that God has toward us through service to the poor, the sick, those who have left their homeland to seek a better future for themselves and for loved ones. In being of service to the most needy we experience already that we are united: it is the mercy of God that unites us,” Francis said, attracting fresh applause.

The yellow scarf is a symbol of the papacy.

The blue scarf is a symbol of Lutheranism.

The two scarves tied together symbolize the union between the Novus Ordo & the Lutherans.

Proselytism, said Jorge Mario Bergoglio, is “the most powerful poison” against ecumenism. “The saints” are the greatest reformers.  And the Church must always be reformed.

Francis waves to the adoring Lutherans.

The Lutheran pilgrims eat it up!

Surprise, Francis was feeling smug!

“You said there are many things you like about the Catholic Church, others not so much. What do I like about the Lutheran Church and what do I not like?” the Pope said in his off-the-cuff responses to questions put to him by five young Germans. “I really like good Lutherans, Lutherans who really practice their faith in Jesus Christ. What I don’t like are lukewarm Catholics and lukewarm Lutherans”. It’s a “contradiction” when Christians “are keen to defend Christianity in the West on the one hand but on the other are averse to refugees and other religions. And one doesn’t read about this in books; newspapers and news programmes talk about this every day. The sickness, one may also say the sin that Jesus condemns the most is hypocrisy. A Christian cannot be a Christian unless they live like a Christian. A Christian cannot be a Christian without practising The Beatitudes. A Christian cannot be a Christian if they do not do as Jesus asks of them in Matthew chapter 25. Jesus urges his disciples to avoid this sin, this act of hypocrisy: “Beware of the leaven of hypocrisy.” It is hypocritical for a Christian to call him or herself such only to then turn away a refugee, someone who is hungry, someone who needs help. If I call myself a Christian but act this way, then I am a hypocrite.

Look a gift for Francis from the Lutheran pilgrims.

Why it’s Martin Luther’s 95 theses!

Francis loves books especially when they are written by rabbis or heresiarchs!

“Medieval theologians used to say in Latin, that the Church is always in need of reform,” Ecclesia semper reformanda, the Pope said, receiving waves of applause that rippled through the Paul VI Hall where around a thousand Lutheran pilgrims were gathered: “This is what progress and maturing is about and the Church progresses, matures and so many small and not so small Church reforms moved, wanted to move along this path, some reforms were not successful, they were too much. Human things never are but reformation is an ecclesial process, that is what I mean. The question was: ‘who do you see as the Church’s the Churches’ and history’s greatest reformers?,” Francis said repeating the question. “I would say,” he continued, “that the Church’s greatest reformers are the saints, in other words the men and women who follow the Word of the Lord and practice it. This is the path we need to take, this is what reforms the church and they are great reformers, they may not be theologians, they may not have studied, they may be humble but these people’s soul is steeped in the Gospel, it’s full of it and they are the ones who successfully reform the Church. Both in the Lutheran and Catholic Churches there are saints, men and women with a holy heart who follow the Gospel: they are the Church’s reformers.”

Francis honoring the arch-heretic Luther instead of Our Lady.

Francis never shies away from a photo-op nor a symbolic gesture.

Francis spreading his revolutionary message to 1,000 Lutherans.

The Pope picked up on a question put to him by a girl from Saxony-Anhalt, about the fact that 80% of locals do not belong to any Christian denomination: “Should I convince these friends - who are good and happy people - of my faith?” Francis said, repeating the question. “What should I tell them to convince them? Listen,” he said, “the last thing you should do is ‘tell’. You should live as a Christian who is chosen, forgiven and forging a path. It is not right to convince them of your faith, proselytism is the most powerful poison against the path of ecumenism.”

Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah...

Francis is counting with excitement the days until he goes to Sweden.

Grace, Francis continued, referring to a theme the Protestant Reformation is big on, “is a gift and the Holy Spirit is God’s gift, the source of grace, it is the gift Jesus sent us with his death and resurrection. It will be the Holy Spirit that will move the heart through your testimony and that is where you can subtly explain the reason. But without seeking to convince.

Now that we have read the some of Francis’ speech to the Lutheran pilgrims and a few of the exchanges he had with them, let’s examine some of Martin Luther’s words.  The following quotes (blasphemies and heresies) are taken from Tradition In Action’s The Blasphemies of Luther.

Besides both having big appetites, Luther and Francis are loquacious.

“Christ committed adultery first of all with the women at the well of Jacob about whom St. John wrote. ‘Was not everyone around Him murmuring: What has He been doing with her?’ After that, with Mary Magdalene, and then with the woman taken in adultery whom He dismissed so lightly. Thus, even Christ, who was so righteous, had to be guilty of fornication before He died.”

Francis like Luther is obsessed with himself.

“Don’t you think that the drunk Christ, having imbibed too much at the Last Supper, bewildered His disciples with his empty prattling?”

Luther is correct since the creation of the Talmudic-Protestant mess known
as the Novus Ordo the papacy has been turned on its head.

“When the Mass will be turned on its head, we will have turned the papacy on its head! Because it is upon the Mass, like a rock, that the papacy is completely supported, with its monasteries, bishoprics, colleges, altars, ministries and doctrine… All this will tumble down when this sacrilegious and abominable Mass tumbles.” 

Does Luther like Francis think the Tridentine Latin Mass is a passing fashion?

On the Canon of the Tridentine Latin Mass: “This abominable Canon is a collection of muddled lacunas; … it makes the Mass a sacrifice; offertories are added. The mass is not a sacrifice or the action of one who sacrifices. We see it as a sacrament or a testament. Let us call it a blessing, the eucharist, the table of the Lord or the memorial of the Lord.” 

The statue of Martin Luther gazes at Francis in the Paul VI Hall.

On his own behavior: “From morning to evening I do nothing and am drunk. You ask me why I drink so much, why I speak so loquaciously and why I eat so often. It is to fool the Devil who comes to torment me. … It is by eating, drinking, and laughing in this way, and then some more, and even by committing some sin, that I challenge and despise Satan, trying to replace the thoughts the Devil suggests with others, as for example, thinking with avarice of a beautiful girl or in a drunken stupor. Otherwise, I would be too furious.”

 Who wants to bet Francis eagerly reads through the 95 theses?

 “If we condemn thieves to be hanged, burglars to the scaffold, and heretics to the fire, why should we not use all our weapons against these doctors of perdition, these cardinals, these popes, the whole sequel of the Roman Sodom, so that they will not corrupt the Church of God? Why should we not wash our hands in their blood?”

Francis like Luther, the rabbis, and all modernists thinks he knows better than God.

“Certainly God is great and almighty, good and merciful and all that one can imagine in this sense, but He is stupid.” 

Why on the 13th of October did Francis neglect to say anything publicly about the Blessed Virgin Mary?  About the “Miracle of the Sun” in Fatima, Portugal?  After all he even found time to say hello to Bp. Fellay!  Instead Francis condemned proselytizing the Catholic faith, said that reformers are saints and alluded to Luther being a reformer, said that Lutherans have more in common with him than not, used the Protestant definition of grace, and finally condemned those who are not welcoming of the Moslem invaders (what Francis calls ‘refugees’) in Europe.  Martin Luther once said, “O pope, while living I was your plague, and dying I will be your death.”  And yet Francis honored this man today by placing a statue of him on a table in Paul VI Hall.  Why?  What makes Francis do these things?  For those who pine for the reign of Benedict XVI, recall it was actually Benedict XVI’s idea to commemorate the 500th anniversary of Luther’s Revolution.

 Luther and Francis Two peas in a pod?

It’s all in a day’s work for the ‘humble’ revolutionary!


  1. There is no love for Our Lady. Remember on Dec. 8th when it was that animal light show on the façade of St. Peter's? And there is attack against those who do love the Mother of God. But, in the end, She will win out!

  2. St Martin Luther Patron Saint of Heretics and Blasphemers is on the cards . Martin Luther on the Dignity and Majesty of God

    “I look upon God no better than a scoundrel” (ref. Weimar, Vol. 1, Pg. 487. Cf. Table Talk, No. 963).
    “Christ committed adultery first of all with the women at the well about whom St. John tell’s us. Was not everybody about Him saying: ‘Whatever has He been doing with her?’ Secondly, with Mary Magdalen, and thirdly with the women taken in adultery whom He dismissed so lightly. Thus even, Christ who was so righteous, must have been guilty of fornication before He died.” (ref. Trishreden, Weimer Edition, Vol. 2, Pg. 107. – What a great blasphemy from a man who is regarded as “great reformer”!).
    “I have greater confidence in my wife and my pupils than I have in Christ” (ref. Table Talk, 2397b).
    “It does not matter how Christ behaved – what He taught is all that matters” (ref. Erlangen Vol. 29, Pg. 126).

  3. The picture of the hideous statue at the end of this excellent article bears an uncanny resemblence to some pictures of Aleister Crowley. (((Coincidence)))?

  4. Almost the same with John Paul II and Benedict XVI:

    Profound Religiosity? The news site “Il sismografo” which is controlled by the Vatican, has republished John Paul II’s message written in October, 1983 for the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s birth. In this message John Paul II praises a – quote – “profound religiosity of Luther” and warns of considering Luther the only or main culprit for the schisms caused during the Reformation.

    Radically Christocentric? Il sismografo also published Benedict XVI’s talk in front of Protestant leaders from September, 2011 in Erfurt, Germany. Benedict presents himself as the, “Bishop of Rome” and claims that the question about God was Luther’s deep passion and the impulse of his whole life. According to Benedict, Luther’s thinking and his entire spirituality were radically Christocentric.