CAUTION! Francis Speaks!
Francis says Faith without Works “Is Not [True] Faith”
When a man who does not possess true Faith presumes to lecture the world on what constitutes true Faith, it is not exactly surprising that he should get it wrong. In his “stream of consciousness” homily of Feb. 21, 2014, at the daily Novus Ordo worship service at the Vatican guest house, “Pope” Francis uttered a verbatim denial of Catholic dogma as defined by the Council of Trent in the 16th century.
The Argentinian antipope said: “A faith that does not bear fruit in works is not faith” (source).