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Brandmuller: “It’s all or nothing”…

Francis has allegedly said: “I may go down in history as the one who split the Catholic Church”!

Just a few hours ago, the online edition of the secularist German periodical Der Spiegel published an interesting article on Francis’ explosive Christmas greetings to his curia yesterday and the general atmosphere in the Vatican. The article, penned by Walter Mayr, is entitled, “Der Papst kocht”, which translates as, “The Pope is fuming”, a reference to Edward Pentin’s recent revelation that Francis was “boiling with rage” at the public release of the dubia submitted by “Cardinals” Burke, Brandmüller, Caffarra, and Meisner in November. It can be accessed here:

Although somewhat brief, Mayr’s article includes some interesting new revelations: The author quotes “Cardinal” Walter Brandmüller as saying that now “it’s all or nothing, to put it casually, for this concerns the very core of the whole matter, the doctrine of the Faith”. Brandmuller added that “he who thinks that continuous adultery is reconcilable with the [worthy] reception of Holy Communion, is a heretic and presses on towards schism”, words that can only stoke the flames already burning in the chaotic Vatican under Jorge Bergoglio.

But the most explosive quote in Der Spiegel‘s article comes, as usual, from Francis himself, at least according to unnamed sources. Mayr relates: “In his innermost circle, Francis is said to have once self-critically articulated himself thus: ‘It’s not impossible that I will go down in history as the one who split the Catholic Church.'”

There is no doubt that he will go down in history, and not in a good way. He may even end up being known as the Roman antipope who split the Vatican II Sect into two camps, both of them Modernist, but one in favor of adultery and the other against it.

In other news: Five days after St. Januarius’ blood failed to liquefy in Naples cathedral — which is historically a sign heralding impending calamity — it was reported that the Campi Flegrei volcano, which is located right in the Naples area, is reawakening. An eruption could impact as many as 500,000 people:

Perhaps Almighty God will solve this entire Francis / Novus Ordo Sect problem in His own way shortly.

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