In 2010, authors Sergio Rubin and Francesca Ambrogetti published the book El Jesuita: Conversaciones con el Cardenal Jorge Bergoglio, SJ [“The Jesuit: Conversations with Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, SJ”], in which the then-“Archbishop” of Buenos Aires speaks about his life, his work, and his spirituality, and answers questions presented by the authors.
After Bergoglio’s election as “Pope” of the “Catholic Church,” that is, as head of the Modernist Vatican II Sect, an English translation of the book appeared under the title Pope Francis: His Life in His Own Words.
Francis Reveals He Stole His Late Confessor’s Cross, still has it in his possession
“Thou shalt not steal” (Ex 20:15). It appears that this rather clear commandment — not suggestion — from Almighty God isn’t that big of a deal for Jorge Bergoglio.
According to a report from the Associated Press, on March 6 Francis revealed in a meeting with Novus Ordo priests from the diocese of Rome that many years ago, when he went to pray at the open casket of his confessor in Buenos Aires, he forcibly removed the little cross from the Rosary with which the priest was to be buried, and walked away with it.
@MarkAnonneman @AugustMichael8 Well, there is one thing you’re leaving out of account: They were all submitting to someone who was not the Pope. It is their union with the Pope that makes them unable, as a body, to fall away. But since Paul VI wasn’t the Pope….
@Catman_1958 @MarkAnonneman @AugustMichael8 Precisely. We’re sedevacantists aren’t saying we have all the answers, we’re just saying that since the divine promises are clearly contradicted in the Vatican II Sect, that can’t be the Catholic Church. That much is certain.
@MarkAnonneman @AugustMichael8 No, it’s incompatible with the recognize-and-resist position. There are some things in our day we must leave to mystery — rather than adopting a position that contradicts the stated doctrine.