The Honeymoon is Over: The Remnant Turns on Francis — What Ferrara fails to realize is that the “house built upon the rock of Peter” does not exist in the Vatican II Church, and he will “resist” and wait in vain for it to emerge from the Modernist Antichurch. By the way, notice how Ferrara uses the adjective “astonishing” when describing Francis’ Modernist claptrap — as though the fact that they astonish people were what’s really wrong with them. Ferrara has used “astonishing” before and the reason is obvious: He doesn’t want to say “erroneous” or “heretical” or “Modernist” because he doesn’t want his feet to be held to the fire down the road.
Opening the Doors to Ridicule – Not everyone who believes Francis is Pope is thrilled with his degradation of the papal office, nor with the neo-conservative, semi-traditionalist Zuhlsdorf-Voris-Gruner spin machine.
Same Old Meaningless ’60s Junk: Francis says True Progress is “Trusting the Spirit” – As usual, of course, he stays conveniently vague – gives absolutely no direction as to what this means and how it could be discerned; and in the meantime, he implicitly bashes the Catholic Church until 1958 as being “immature”, fearful, and not trusting in the Holy Ghost.