Pacha Papa: Francis announces he may update Catechism to include ‘Ecological Sins’
Will the cover of the next edition of the Novus Ordo Catechism look like this?
After leaving the so-called Catechism of the Catholic Church untouched for over a whole year, it looks like it’s time for another major update. At least that’s an idea Francis is entertaining these days, and he’s not afraid to say so out loud.
As more and more real sins are becoming obsolete under the false Francis magisterium, new “sins” have to be made up to fill the void. The last update to the Novus Ordo Catechism made the state’s use of the death penalty into a mortal sin; the next addition could introduce the concept of “ecocide” — the killing of the environment.… READ MORE
You can’t make this stuff up…
Memorial Service for a Glacier:
Swiss Novus Ordos Mourn Melting Ice
In Switzerland, Novus Ordo believers (incorrectly named “Catholics”) are getting ready to attend a memorial for a good friend: their beloved Pizol glacier in the canton of St. Gallen.
A report at the official news and media web site of the Swiss branch of the Vatican II religion explains:
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There will be a memorial service on September 22 for the Pizol glacier. Participants are asked to come dressed in mourning. The event is organized by the Fastenopfer Catholic relief agency, among others.
The memorial will consist of three parts: …Eric Petrini, parochial counselor in Mels, will accompany the ceremony “from a spiritual angle”.
The Recyclical is here…
Encyclical Letter Laudato Si’
on Care for our Common Home
May 24, 2015
After what seems like an eternity of anticipation by the adherents of the global warming / climate change religion, Mr. Jorge Bergoglio of the Modernist Pseudo-Catholic Vatican II Sect (aka “Pope Francis”) has finally released his second encyclical letter, entitled Laudato Sii (Italian for “Be Praised”), bearing the subtitle “On Care for our Common Home”. Due to its length and comprehensiveness, we have dubbed it his Summa Ecologica.
The text is available in eight languages:
The Vatican press office’s 2-hour presentation of the encyclical is available to watch here:
Quick Stats on the Text (based on English version):
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