You can’t make this stuff up…
Francis denounces “Pseudo-Pastors” who “Talk Too Much”!
This is sure to blow up your hypocrisy detector. From the man who has drowned the world in an unending stream of sermons, speeches, interviews, documents, and off-the-cuff remarks since he stepped onto the world stage as “Pope Francis” on March 13, 2013, now comes a denunciation of false shepherds who “talk too much.” Vatican Radio reports on Bergoglio’s morning rambling of June 25:
[Francis:] “When Jesus warns people to beware of ‘false prophets’, he says: ‘By their fruits ye shall know them’. And here, by their attitude: so many words, they speak, they do wonders, do great things but they do not have an open heart to hear the Word of God; they are afraid of the silence of the word of God and these are the ‘pseudo Christians’, the ‘pseudo pastors ‘. It’s true, they do good things, it is true, but they lack the rock.”
These are the “pseudo pastors,” the “worldly pastors…or Christians also, who talk too much,” the Pope added. “They are afraid of silence; maybe they do too much.” And, the Pope insisted, they are not capable of embracing what they’ve heard – [they like the sound of their own voices] – and this does not come from God.”
(“Pope: Worldly pastors talk too much, listen little”, Vatican Radio, June 25, 2015)
If hypocrisy could prolong your life, Francis would be immortal. If there is one man on earth who fits this description perfectly, it’s him. He is a false prophet, a false shepherd, who is constantly doing things and who loves to hear himself talk and never shuts up. “By their fruits you shall know them” — indeed! For a quick reality check on the fruits of Francis, see the laundry list here.
We are not saying that Francis is the False Prophet prophesied in Holy Scripture (Apoc 19:20) — but if he isn’t, the real False Prophet may want to consider suing him for impersonation.
Do not be misled. As Fr. Frederick Faber warned in 1861, one of the things that will make the Antichrist so deceptive is that many good people will be following him and doing his work — unwittingly. Don’t be one of them. Have no part in the “operation of error” (2 Thess 2:10).
It is time to preach it from the housetops: The Vatican II Church is not the Catholic Church. Francis is not the Vicar of Christ!