Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Where does Francis come up with this jibberish?



“Our God is the God that creates novelties, because He is the God of surprises.  It’s not Christian to walk looking down — as pigs do: they always go like this — without raising our eyes to the horizon, as if all our journey ended here, in the span of a few meters of travel; as if there were no aim in our life and no landing, and we were constrained to an eternal wandering, without any reason for our many toils. This isn’t Christian.”

Francis’ words at general audience, 23 August 2017—



Francis isn’t a Christian according to his words, he walks looking down as this photo demonstrates, has aimless destructive policies, and well the part about being a pig, let’s leave that unsaid.

5 comments:

  1. The swinish photo says it all!

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  2. Very important: Francis ratifies his letter (web vatican.va) to the bishops of Buenos Aires that allowed the communion to the divorced and remarried ("in some cases")

    Only in spanish:

    https://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/es/letters/2016/documents/papa-francesco_20160905_regione-pastorale-buenos-aires.html

    CARTA DEL SANTO PADRE FRANCISCO
    A LOS OBISPOS DE LA REGIÓN PASTORAL DE BUENOS AIRES
    EN RESPUESTA AL DOCUMENTO
    "CRITERIOS BÁSICOS PARA LA APLICACIÓN DEL CAPÍTULO VIII DE LA AMORIS LAETITIA"


    And:
    http://infocatolica.com/?t=noticia&cod=30246

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  3. "Our God is the God that creates novelties, because He is the God of surprises." Francis blames his own novelties and surprises, i.e., errors, on God. This strikes me as a type of sin against the Holy Spirit.

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  4. DISCORSO DEL SANTO PADRE FRANCESCO
    AI PARTECIPANTI ALLA 68.ma SETTIMANA LITURGICA NAZIONALE

    Aula Paolo VI
    Giovedì, 24 agosto 2017

    "Dopo questo magistero, dopo questo lungo cammino possiamo affermare con sicurezza e con autorità magisteriale che la riforma liturgica è irreversibile."

    http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/it/speeches/2017/august/documents/papa-francesco_20170824_settimana-liturgica-nazionale.html

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  5. "Is the Pope Catholic?"

    Once was a snappy comeback to a stupid question, these days it's an honest inquiry.

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