Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Francis’ Angelus messages — the church is in constant need of reform & Moslems are his brothers

“Also with us, today, Jesus wants to continue to build His Church, this house with solid foundations but where cracks are not missing, and it continually needs to be repaired. Always. The Church always needs to be reformed, repaired.”

“Sad news has reached us regarding the persecution of the religious minority of our Rohingya brothers. I would like to express all my closeness to them, and let us all ask the Lord to save them and to inspire men and women of goodwill to help them, so that they may have their full rights. Let us also pray for our Rohingya brothers.”

And there you have it, Francis saying that his church is in need of constant repair and reform.  This only several days after he announced, “we can affirm with certainty and with magisterial authority that the liturgical reform is irreversible.”  And in the next breathe Francis hails a group of Moslems (Rohingya) as brothers!   It shouldn’t be surprising that Moslems call him Francis ‘the first Moslem’ and ‘pope sheik’.  With Francis unceasing advocation for the illegal Moslem hordes invading Europe where he recently went so far as to state that a country’s national security should take a backseat to these illegal invaders — who should have the welfare systems of these bankrupt countries roll out the red carpet for their conquerors.  What makes Francis act this way?  Why does he hate the Catholic Faith?  Why is he hell-bent on destroying what’s left of Christian Europe?


  1. So, according to Jorge then, the Church is always changing along with Jesus, and therefore God, which makes God the God of surprises. As an extension then, the Commandments were important at the time of delivery, but not so much now since God understands our imperfect concrete situations and is actually happy with our sinfulness, which is no longer sinful because God changes.

    As long as we touch the downtrodden and kiss the homeless then all is good!

  2. But some European countries know what they have to do.