Antipopes say the darndest things…

Francis: “I am Not Afraid of Schism”
— and other Bergoglian Nuggets from latest Q&A

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Alright, everyone, you know how the game works. After a Francis trip finishes, the aircraft prepares for departure: Everyone gets in and sits down, the door closes, and the Bergoglian mouth opens. By that time, you’d better have your seatbelts on, because anything is possible. We’ve seen it a few more times than we care to remember.

Today was another such day.

On the return flight from his latest Africa trip (visiting Mozambique, Madagascar, and Mauritius), during which he proclaimed that it was “necessary” for hordes of unbelievers to reject Jesus Christ and His Holy Gospel, the Jesuit apostate the world mistakenly believes to be the Pope of the Catholic Church provided the usual in-flight entertainment by holding a press conference during which he candidly answered questions from the journalists traveling with him.

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Vatican P.R. disaster continues…

Vatican Fake News Fiasco: Now a Third Omitted Paragraph from Benedict XVI’s Letter appears!

[UPDATE: 21-MAR-2018: The Vatican’s fake news director, Dario Viganò, has resigned]

No doubt you’ve heard about “Lettergate” by now, the Vatican’s clumsy attempt to market a confidential letter from Benedict XVI as an endorsement of the theology of “Pope” Francis. We briefly touched upon it in our post on the state of the Vatican II Sect after five years of “Pope Francis”.

In a nutshell: At a Vatican press conference on Mar. 12, 2018, the Prefect of the Secretariat for Communications, “Mgr.” Dario Viganò, presented excerpts from a letter Benedict XVI had written to him apparently endorsing and praising the recently-published 11-volume work written by various authors about the (so-called) theology of “Pope” Francis.

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Shocker, eh?

New Vatican News Internet Platform designed and run by Contractor known for its LGBT Activism

On Dec. 17, 2017, the Vatican officially launched its new internet communications platform, VaticanNews.va, which consolidates and replaces its previous diverse media channels. The launching of the new web site is reportedly the last part of the Unholy See’s ongoing effort to streamline and modernize its communications and media apparatus.

So far, so good. But now it has come to light that the company the Vatican hired to do all this work — both the original design and setup and the ongoing development — is one of the most openly supportive of sexual perversion out there.

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