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Another Jorge in more ways than one…

Look at whom Francis just appointed “Bishop”!

“Fr.” Jorge Cuerva embraces a transsexual and his homosexual partner at the baptism of “their” children

One of the most powerful and lasting ways in which a Pope can influence the Church is by appointing bishops. If the men he appoints are virtuous, learned, pious, zealous, courageous, prudent, and good at governing, teaching, and directing souls, the Church will be blessed for generations to come. If they are weak, lukewarm, timid, immoral, stupid, lazy, of questionable orthodoxy, etc., then the Church will be seriously harmed.

The same is true, of course, for false popes and false bishops (reminder: the Novus Ordo rite of bishops’ ordination is invalid). Take Francis, for example: His lasting “gift” to the world is not some encyclical text that nobody reads — it is the men he appoints as “bishops”. They are men according to his own heart who will govern Novus Ordo dioceses throughout the globe accordingly, collectively shaping the church for decades to come.

One latest such example is “Fr.” Jorge Ignacio García Cuerva, whom Francis just appointed auxiliary “bishop” of Lomas de Zamora, Argentina. According to the Vatican Bulletin of Nov. 20, 2017:

The Holy Father has appointed as auxiliary bishop of Lomas de Zamora, Argentina, the Rev. Jorge Ignacio García Cuerva, of the clergy of the diocese o San Isidro, pastor of the parish of Nuestra Señora de la Cava in Beccar, assigning him the titular see of Lacubaza.

Rev. Jorge Ignacio García Cuerva

The Rev. Jorge Ignacio García Cuerva was born in the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina, on 12 April 1968. He carried out his studies in philosophy and theology in the seminary of the diocese of San Isidro and received priestly ordination on 24 October 1997.

He holds a licentiate in theology, with specialization in Church history and canon law, from the Catholic University of Argentina. He also holds the qualification for legal practice, from the Catholic University of Salta.

He has served as vicar of the parish of Nuestra Señora de la Cava (1997-2005) and pastor of the parish of Santa Clara de Asís (2005-2014). He is currently pastor of the parish of Nuestra Señora de la Cava in Beccar, vice president of diocesan Caritas, regional assessor of pastoral care in prisons, secretary of the Commission of Pastoral Care in Prisons of the Episcopal Conference of Argentina, and chaplain of various prisons in the province of Buenos Aires.

(“Resignations and Appointments”, Vatican.va, Nov. 20, 2017)

“Fr.” Garcia Cuerva’s claim to fame is having baptized, in a solemn public ceremony, the two adoptive children of a homo-pervert couple in Buenos Aires. Here are the sordid details:

The elegant Basilica of the Most Holy Sacrament, where perpetual adoration takes place, is one of the preferred churches in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for marriages and ceremonies of high society. On August 25, 2012, the church was the stage for a sequence of scandals.

Homosexual Roberto Carlos Trinidad submitted himself to surgeries to change his sex and became “Florencia” Trinidad… He/she has lived with another man, Pablo Goycochea, for more than a decade. “Florencia” is a TV star in several series on Telefe – Channel 11 on Buenos Aires television. Some time ago, the homosexual couple adopted (purchased) two children born on the same day from a clinic that does artificial insemination in San Diego, California.

On the first birthday of the “twins,” “Florencia” and her partner decided to have the children baptized. The Catholic religious authorities found nothing better to do than give permission for the ceremony to be performed at the Basilica of the Most Holy Sacrament. This is not to say that those children should not be baptized; the point at hand is that these baptisms should never have been publicly celebrated as an exaltation of homosexuality, as indeed it was. [N.O. Watch comment: Actually, these children should not have been baptized, since they will obviously not be raised in the Catholic faith by their perverted pseudo-parents.]

Thus, after reportedly giving Communion to the homosexual couple, Fr. Jorge Garcia Cuerva … officiated with all pomp and circumstance at the ceremony of Baptism. How can one not see in this broadly publicized event a blatant support of the Catholic Church for homosexual “marriage” and change-of-sexes surgeries?

(“Homosexual Ceremony in a Basilica of Buenos Aires”, Tradition in Action, Sep. 16, 2012)

Not surprisingly, the event was a huge hit for supermarket tabloids (click image to enlarge):

The cover of Gente magazine (we added the green circle and yellow text)

“She” is a he: Roberto Trinidad with the two children he purchased

But wait, the “best” part is yet to come: All this took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina — which means it happened right under the nose of a certain “Cardinal” Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who now goes by the fancy stage name “Pope Francis”!

And now this same Bergoglio has rewarded this same “Fr.” Cuerva by making him a “bishop”.

Any questions?

31 Responses to “Look at whom Francis just appointed “Bishop”!”

  1. BurningEagle

    I am all for this. The more outrageous the better. Keep ’em coming, Jorge! Sadly, for the MAJORITY of Novus Ordites, they will not even raise an eyebrow.

  2. Lee

    Since the Novus Ordo religion keeps installing bishops who are okay with sex changes why don’t they change their own name from Catholic to something like the LGBT Evangelization Church.

  3. BurningEagle

    They took control so easily because they were around during Leo XIII’s reign for sure, and were on the move. St. Pius X made them go into stealth mode. They hid themselves for a while. His Sodalitium Pianum was to ferret them out and punish them and/or excommunicate them. Alas, St. Pius X’s program was abandoned with the election of Benedict XV, and never taken back up.
    They kept going, getting stronger and stronger, gaining more and more positions of power, until finally they got one of their own into the Chair of Peter. That’s when all hell broke loose.

  4. Peter San Paolo

    Behold, the reiterated message of the post conciliar “church”: the Faith has no doctrinal content. It is a blind, inchoate urge towards some inner shadow called “God.” The objective form this urge takes is changeable and should change. To presume and propose a moral absolute is itself the great evil.

    • BurningEagle

      Wow. My memory is slipping. I would like to read more about that. If you can find that reference, I would be grateful. I like to refer to him as The Rat. He does not merit a name change, and he was one of the MOST LIBERAL periti at the council. Now he is looked upon as a “traditionalist.” He really is a rat.

      • Conspirador

        He supported his absurd statement by adding something like because “the incision or removal was not that big”. I was so surprised that his statement did not produce any major criticism among conservative Catholic websites because this is indeed very troubling. I believe he offered this interview in reference to a Vatican secret document that was leaked in regard transgenderism and I offer you one citation of that alleged document: “Finally, even if the document is real, it supposedly says among other things “… that the [gender reassignment surgery or GRS] procedure could be morally acceptable in certain extreme cases if a medical probability exists that it will ‘cure’ the patient’s internal turmoil.” This seems to open up SRS as an option to pretty much the same people permitted by the medical community to undergo the procedure.” And here is a link that comments on that leaked Vatican document, and in a meantime I’ll continue my search for that interview and will let you know.

        https://catholictrans.wordpress.com/2013/12/07/what-does-the-catholic-church-actually-say-about-transgenderism/

        • Conspirador

          I remember now that said that it was not a sin because “the mutilation in itself was not that big”, and I think that is very sick. I never trusted him because he was one of the advisors during the deliberations of Vat. II

          • Conspirador

            Come on, it was not my intention to offend you or cause a distress, and just found it on my internet search. Good bye and never reply to me…I am not sick as you try to imply.

          • BurningEagle

            I am not referring to you, but to the site. The SITE was run by perverts. My response had nothing to do with you. YOU did not offend me. I did not imply you were sick; rather, you inferred that I thought you were sick.

            The site and the article were so sick that I could not read it.

  5. Paul Bays

    Catholics are born for combat but I never ever heard that a Pope said „Pope St. Pius X said that modernists should be beaten with fists !“ Are you being serious?

    • BurningEagle

      Yes it is true. Pius X said that. He was merciless with regard to those who embraced modernism, the synthesis of all heresies.

    • Lee

      The quote

      “Kindness is for fools! They want them to be treated with oil, soap, and caresses but they ought to be beaten with fists! In a duel you don’t count or measure the blows, you strike as you can! War is not made with charity, it is a struggle a duel. If Our Lord were not terrible he would not have given an example in this too. See how he treated the Philistines, the sowers of error, the wolves in sheep’s clothing, the traitors in the temple. He scourged them with whips!”

      That’s what I’m talkin’ about. He lived in the days when boys were boys and men were men. Now women are the bosses of men everywhere you turn around, are told its normal to be gay, don’t know how to defend themselves in word or action because they’re too glued to their “smart”phone or Playstation 4 which has actually dumbed them down to the point of being like a brainless dope head. Now we as Catholic orphans have no pope and fewer Catholics because of our sins.

        • 2c3n1 .

          Quoted in C. Falconi, Popes in the Twentieth Century (London, 1967), p. 54. You might check out the book and find the source Falconi gives.

        • Lee

          It’s true in a certain sense that we aren’t orphans because Our Heavenly is always here watching us, but what I meant was that we are like orphans in the sense that we don’t a have a pope (a papa) and for this reason because of our sins we have fewer true Catholics in the world today. Thanks 2c3n1 for finding the source for him. You beat me to it

  6. BurningEagle

    Please! There is no such thing as the sin of scandal. And please, if Jorge cannot judge (Who am I to judge?) then how can you presume to judge?

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