“For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh” (Lk 6:45)…

He did it again! Francis once more alludes to Depraved Sexual Practice to describe Sensationalist Journalism

Shameless: The Argentinian apostate Jorge Bergoglio, S.J.
(image: AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)

Ladies and gentlemen, we take no pleasure in having to report this utter garbage, but the “Vicar of Christ” has once more opened his filthy mouth, and the matter is so serious that report it we must. Caution! This post will make you physically nauseous.

As he had done before in public — back in 2016 as “Pope” and in 2012 as “Archbishop” of Buenos Aires — Jorge Bergoglio, typically known by his stage name “Pope Francis”, has once again gratuitously and nonchalantly enriched his conversation with a figure of speech that describes a practice that is so depraved that it is only found in the underworld of sodomites and other sexual perverts.

On Monday, Feb. 1, 2021, Francis received in private audience a delegation of journalists affiliated with the U.S.-based Catholic News Service on the occasion of their 100th anniversary. A brief greeting of the fake pope was published by the Vatican. The Novus Ordo news org Rome Reports released some video footage taken at the meeting, but before we share their clip, we must once again issue a warning.

What follows is not for children or minors. While there are no objectionable images, there are printed words whose sickening meaning is explained. If you are faint of heart, please do not continue reading this post. We are headed into very depraved territory.

Here is the video report:

At the 0:42 timestamp, Francis exhorts the journalists not to fall into four sins that are common to the press: “disinformation, calumny, defamation and” — here it comes — “coprophilia”.

Here is a screenshot taken from the video, annotated:

If you’re like most people, you will have no idea what “coprophilia” means, and that is a good thing. Unfortunately, we must now tell you, lest you remain in the dark about what graceful imagery has proceeded from the august lips of the anti-Catholic pseudo-pope:

“Coprophilia” denotes sexual excitement at the sight of feces. There is another, similar term Francis has used in the past: “coprophagia”. It refers to the eating of such. That term at least he refrained from using this time around.

Breathe in. Breathe out. If you need a barf bag, you can order some here.

In case you’re wondering what need there would be to invoke such a figure of speech in a conversation with journalists, the answer is none, of course. Francis does it because he can. At the same time, he certainly has an excuse handy.

CNS reported the scandal rather matter-of-factly:

Pope Francis said that when he met with a newspaper association in Buenos Aires, Argentina, years ago, he told them to beware of four sins and that those sins are still a threat to news media today: “disinformation” or giving only part of the story, because the nuances of the whole story are essential for discovering truth; “calumny, which is a grave sin, ruining the reputation of another” with a lie; “defamation,” which is similar, but often involves publishing something from someone’s past, “even though changed their lives”; and “coprophilia,” which he described as “a love of dirt,” because “scandal sells.”

(Cindy Wooden, “Pope talks about Iraq trip, Catholic journalism, church in U.S.”, Catholic News Service, Feb. 1, 2021)

There is a proper, non-offensive way of making Francis’ point about journalists’ weakness for reporting “dirty” stories. For instance, he could have simply called it “sensationalism” or “yellow journalism”. “Muckraking” is another common expression that would be appropriate here.

But no, Francis of course had to dig deep into the sodomite underworld and pull out one of the most shocking, most disgusting possible images, one that is exclusively associated with perverted sexual practices and is thus a metaphor that no one — no one — could ever want to think about. In the Bergoglian mind, on the other hand, such an image is apparently right at home.

Regarding the proper speech and comportment for a Christian, St. Paul the Apostle exhorted his flock in Ephesus as follows:

But fornication, and all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not so much as be named among you, as becometh saints: or obscenity, or foolish talking, or scurrility, which is to no purpose; but rather giving of thanks. For know you this and understand, that no fornicator, or unclean, or covetous person (which is a serving of idols), hath inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God.

(Ephesians 5:2-5)

Our Blessed Lord gave us a key to understanding why people speak the way they do: “A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good: and an evil man out of the evil treasure bringeth forth that which is evil. For out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh” (Lk 6:45).

As we have said, this is not new for Francis. Back in 2o13, the valiant anti-perversion crusader Randy Engel penned a scathing rebuke of Bergoglio regarding homosexuality and related issues:

At this point, it is no longer safe for children to read about “papal” activities. Of course with the false popes of Vatican II there has always been a theological danger, for both young and old, but now even children’s purity is being attacked for so much as watching or reading a news report about the Vatican.

Imagine the conversation at some Novus Ordo dinner table: “Hey Mom, what’s coprophilia? Dad, what’s coprophagia? Never mind, I’ll look it up online!” How many souls have been and will be scandalized by this perverted and infernal anti-pope, defies imagination.

“And whosoever shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me; it were better for him that a millstone were hanged around his neck, and he were cast into the sea” (Mk 9:41).

Image sources: Associated Press (Andrew Medichini) / youtube.com (screenshot, annotated)
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