“Lift up thy hands against their pride unto the end;
see what things the enemy hath done wickedly in the sanctuary.”
You can’t make this stuff up; you just can’t. The above video shows two people performing the Tango, an impure dance condemned by Pope St. Pius X, during a “Mass” offered by the then-“Archbishop” of Buenos Aires, “Cardinal” Jorge Bergoglio, the man who now claims to be the Pope of the Catholic Church (“Francis”).
Bergoglio is no stranger to liturgical aberrations and clearly has no care for the sacred nor for sound doctrine (just watch him distribute what he supposedly believes is Holy Communion in this video).
An Open Letter to “Pope” Francis on Homosexuality & Pederasty: Randy Engel Rakes Francis Over the Coals
In a lengthy but incredibly well-written “Open Letter to Pope Francis”, researcher and author Randy Engel, an expert on homosexuality in the Novus Ordo Church, tells Francis to get his act together and root out homosexuality, pederasty, and other related perversions from his church. Engel shows that it isn’t all that difficult to have a correct understanding of the nature and effects of homosexual vice, that one must absolutely not smooth over it with ridiculous references to “sins of youth” or “who am I to judge?” comments, and that it is high time for an effective commission to be established that will put an end to the destructive onslaught of the “Gaystapo” in the Vatican II Church once and for all.
@Sensus_Fidelium @rusema @dailycatholic Infallibility doesn’t even have anything to do with it per se. You think it’s the same religion? Oh yeah? Alrighty then. Go to your local Novus Ordo church and ask if you can teach the doctrine of Mortalium Animos, Humani Generis, and Quas Primas, and see how far you get.
@Sensus_Fidelium @rusema @dailycatholic On Twitter we have character limits. I wasn’t trying to prove anything, simply trying to explain to people, in a nutshell, that Sedevacantists are those who refused to change their religion after Pius XII died.
Today I once again look into the case of Argentine bishop Gustavo Zanchetta, who had porn in his phone, was removed from his diocese and, while under investigation, went on retreat with the pope last week.
https://t.co/5icl4wJX5v via @Crux
@verbia @TaylorRMarshall @CMBCOOL01 @colechrist99 @RoyWils28241710 @InstaurareInXto In 1991 they had a conference on that in Cincinnati in which all that is explained and people’s questions are answered: https://t.co/o74FZLiLzo