Monday, May 22, 2017

Francis, ‘Don’t make Church doctrine the ideology which governs your life...else you are a fanatic!’


A person who wants clarity is a heretic!


The Pope pointed to the “liberty of the Spirit” that leads to agreement: so, he said, the gentiles were allowed to enter the Church without having to undergo circumcision. It was at the heart of the “first Council” of the Church: the Holy Spirit and they, the Pope with the Bishops, all together,” gathered together in order “to clarify the doctrine;” and later, through the centuries – as at Ephesus or at Vatican II – because “it is a duty of the Church to clarify the doctrine,” so that “what Jesus said in the Gospels, what is the Spirit of the Gospels, would be understood well”:
“But there were always people who without any commission go out to disturb the Christian community with speeches that upset souls: ‘Eh, no, someone who says that is a heretic, you can’t say this, or that; this is the doctrine of the Church.’ And they are fanatics of things that are not clear, like those fanatics who go there sowing weeds in order to divide the Christian community. And this is the problem: when the doctrine of the Church, that which comes from the Gospel, that which the Holy Spirit inspires – because Jesus said, “He will teach us and remind you of all that I have taught’ – [when] that doctrine becomes an ideology. And this is the great error of those people.”

These individuals, the Pope explained, “were not believers, they were ideologized,” they had an ideology that closed the heart to the work of the Holy Spirit.


source: Vatican Radio, Pope Francis: doctrine unites, ideology divides
original Italian: Vatican, Dottrina e ideologia, 19 May 2017



Catholic doctrine unites but Catholic ideology divides!



Solve et Coagula

7 comments:

  1. Bergoglio is creating more and more opposition every time he utters heresy / folly / worldly stuff. And that is almost every time he opens his mouth. Away with this man!

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  2. If regulating my lifestyle to the Words of Christ and His Holy Church makes me a fanatic, then I am a proud fanatic who desires to obey The King of Kings.

    Gloria al Cristo Rey.....

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    1. Amen Ivan well stated!

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  3. This man renounces centuries of Catholic tradition by renouncing Church doctrine.
    3 generations of novus ordo pewsitters with no memory of learning the Catholic catechism will drink his heretical swine.

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  4. Holy Father's voice seems scary in slow motion.

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  5. Ya, you Rigids, how dare you go out and 'disturb the Christian community' with, with, well... christianity? Well!?

    Is this guy completely out of his gourd??

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