Two revolutionaries meet — Francis & Dorylas Moreau.
Dorylas Moreau is the bishop of the Quebec Diocese of Rouyn-Noranda. If that name sounds familiar it is because he was the bishop who petitioned the Vatican recently for the twisted Sr. Pierrette ‘the pastor’ Thiffault to be allowed to witness a wedding and perform the ceremony. In a recent interview with ICI Radio-Canada and an in an article he wrote in the 6 June 2017 diocesan newsletter, L’Église de Rouyn-Noranda, Moreau shared what Francis told him and the bishops of Canada when they met in May 2017 for their ad Limina Apostolorum visit. (Underlines are ours for emphasis.)
“The Pope said to me, ‘Listen, you are forgetting two things: the future of the Church is more about the word of God than (it is) about the Eucharist,’ paraphrases the bishop. Because the word of God does not necessarily need priests to be expressed and implemented in our environments. And he insisted very much on the works of mercy. This is new, it is doing good, caring for the poor, being open to justice, and so on. This is what will give the testimony of the Church. ”
“When you are in front of him, you get the impression that everything is there. He does not pay attention to anything else. We have access to him very easily, we give him the hand. ”
“He is an extremely simple man, a man who speaks much more by his gestures than by his words. He is not so much an orator as might have been John Paul II or the great theologian as is Pope Benedict XVI, he is really a man on the ground. [He is] a man of gesture, a prophet in my opinion, close to the Gospel, and then [he is] not embarrassing at all. For example, at coffee-time, during breaks, it was the pope himself who served the coffee.”
Bishop Moreau with two female altar boys, notice one is dressed in pants like a man.
“Faith is concrete, he said, the works of mercy will mark the future of the Church. These are, in short, interpellations and give global testimony of a Christian life inspired by the gospel. The practice of the works of mercy is also the health of the Church! Finally, there was a lot of discussion of the importance of docility to the Holy Spirit and of the [absolute] essentialness that support be given to the poor. ‘To touch the poor is to touch the flesh of the Christ!’ I want a poor church for the poor, seemed to recall Francis.”
Yup, that’s Bishop Moreau dressed in blue!
And there you have it dear readers, straight out of the mouth of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the future of the Novus Ordo church is one with Mercy granted to all (even the unrepentant) as well as one without priests or the Eucharist!