Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Fr. Thomas ‘three Martinis a day’ Rosica writes that Francis is a dictator with no regard for Holy Scripture or for Catholic Tradition which are both “disordered attachments”.



“Pope Francis breaks Catholic traditions whenever he wants because he is “free from disordered attachments.” Our Church has indeed entered a new phase: with the advent of this first Jesuit pope, it is openly ruled by an individual rather than by the authority of Scripture alone or even its own dictates of tradition plus Scripture.”  
— Fr. Thomas Rosica, (English language media attaché of the Holy See Press Office & CEO of Salt and Light)





Two peas in a pod. To get an idea of how pro-rabbinic, pro-homosexual, modernist, and anti-Catholic Rosica is (click here).




“The whole concept of setting up committees, consulting widely, convening smart people around you is how Jesuit superiors usually function. Then they make the decision. This sort of discernment – listening to all and contemplating everything before acting – is a cardinal virtue of the Ignatian spirituality that is at the core of Francis' being and his commitment to a "conversion" of the papacy as well as the entire church. It’s hard to predict what will come next. Francis is shrewd, and he has repeatedly praised the Jesuit trait of "holy cunning" – that Christians should be "wise as serpents but innocent as doves," as Jesus put it. The pope's openness, however, also a signature of his Jesuit training and development, means that not even he is sure where the spirit will lead. He has said: "I don't have all the answers. I don't even have all the questions. I always think of new questions, and there are always new questions coming forward."”
— Fr. Thomas Rosica, (English language media attaché of the Holy See Press Office & CEO of Salt and Light)




5 comments:

  1. Father's comment reduces the pope to a cult leader who is law unto himself. The Pope is the Servant and steward of Truth, not the author. Fr Rosica does this pope a great dis service. With friends like him, who needs enemies

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    1. Fr.Rossica simply alerts Catholics, albeit unwittingly because the man lacks intelligence, to the facts of the Bergoglian anti papacy.
      He is to be thanked for that.
      You need to understand that anti popes are not a new phenomena in the Catholic Church.
      To understand what is happening you need to examine the Ratzinger/ Bergoglio dynamic and accept the inevitable conclusions.
      They are three.
      [1] Ratzinger still pope.therefore Bergoglio never pope
      [2] Ratzinger not pope therefore Bergoglio pope
      [3] Bergoglio no longer pope due to formal heresy publicly manifested.

      No [3] is the most logical in my view.

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  2. two ecclesiastical freemasons...the second beast of the apocalypse.

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  3. Why would anybody trust any Vatican prelate including either of the two “ popes” residing there?
    I can not see the Vatican City state lasting for much longer and maybe that’s a good thing.
    The inherited pomp of the Roman Empire may have suited a certain catholic ethos but is it now fit for purpose?
    Fr Rossiccas essay , reeking of Stalinist personality cultism, should be a warning to all current prelates that the Ratzinger/Bergoglian circus is about to fall into the Tiber.
    The money to fund it will simply evaporate as a profoundly disillusioned laity will stop contributing.

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  4. Papolatry level: over 9000! Give this man a little purple hat.

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