Wednesday, January 4, 2017

Bp. Fellay, ‘Francis creates the chaos in the church’

‘Have no fear!  Chaos is here!’

“in this moment where more and more confusion is established in the Church, and beginning with the Sovereign Pontiff, it is he who really - I do not know why, but — the ideas he has - it is he who actually establishes this chaos”
Bp. Fellay’s words in a conference on ‘the situation of the church’ and ‘the crisis of faith’ in Lima, Peru on 26 December 2016 (from 40 seconds to 1 minute & 12 seconds)

— transcription of the quote said in Spanish —
“en este momento donde más y más confusión se establece en la Iglesia, y por empezar con el Soberano Pontífice, que él realmente - no sé por qué, pero — qué ideas tiene - es él que realmente establece este caos”


  1. How can a valid Catholic sovereign pope cause chaos??
    Bishop Fellay is dishonest,Jorge is an anti-pope.

    1. There have been several popes who have caused chaos.

      Popes Stephen VI and Sergius III caused chaos when, during their respective pontificates, they declared Pope Formosus an antipope and annulled all his acts, including his ordinations and episcopal consecrations.

      Priests and bishops were ordered to be reordained or face laicization. Some acquiesced, while others refused.

      The Pope Formosus confusion lasted for a decade and a half, through several pontificates.

    2. I know that and it has nothing to do with our current situation.


    "Given the fact that the history of the Reformation was marked by painful division, this is a very remarkable achievement. The Lutheran-Roman Catholic Commission on Unity has worked hard to produce a shared understanding of the commemoration. Its important report, From Conflict to Communion, recognizes that both traditions approach this anniversary in an ecumenical age, with the achievements of fifty years of dialogue behind them, and with new understandings of their own history and theology. Separating that which is polemical from the theological insights of the Reformation, Catholics are now able to hear Luther’s challenge for the Church of today, recognising him as a “witness to the gospel” (From Conflict to Communion 29). And so after centuries of mutual condemnations and vilification, in 2017 Lutheran and Catholic Christians will for the first time commemorate together the beginning of the Reformation."

    1. Thanks, this really shows the level of rot in the Vatican.