A phone call from below…

“Maybe we’ll see each other in Hell?”
Francis jokes with Autistic Boy and his Mother

We all know Jorge Bergoglio is a funny chap. Not only does he like to dress up as Pope, he also loves to tell hilarious jokes.

For example, he’s “humorously” called the Holy Ghost a “disaster”, he’s blasphemously mocked the Unity of the Holy Trinity, and he’s not been ashamed to misuse the Holy Crucifixion of Christ as the punchline of a joke. Not surprisingly, he also likes to encourage altar boys to treat Holy Mass as a joke, and the pious he likes to embarrass in front of a camera.… READ MORE

In new interview, Bergoglio denies Eternal Punishment…

Francis: “There is no Hell, there is the Disappearance of Sinful Souls”

[POST UPDATED 29-MAR-2018 20:53 UTC – SEE BELOW]

Breaking news from the Vatican, just in time to interfere with the holiest time of the year, the Easter Triduum: As first reported by the blog Secretum Meum Mihi, the Italian paper La Repubblica — the only one Francis says he reads — has published a new interview by Eugenio Scalfari, Francis’ favorite conversation partner.

The Rorate Caeli blog has just provided an English translation:

[Scalfari:] Your Holiness, in our previous meeting you told me that our species will disappear in a certain moment and that God, still out of his creative force, will create new species.

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The Facts About “Pope Francis” — Jorge Mario Bergoglio

What You Need To Know About
the Man who Claims to be the Pope

Mr. Jorge Mario Bergoglio
“Pope Francis”

Podcasts Refuting Francis’ Errors and Heresies

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Bergoglio Unplugged…

Francis is asked about Hell — and answers

This was bound to be special. On Sunday, March 8, 2015, “Pope” Francis visited Santa Maria Madre del Redentore parish in a Roman suburb. While there, he answered sundry questions from children and youngsters; among them was a query about the Catholic dogma of hell.

Here is an excerpt of a news report by the Vatican Information Service:

Later, in the church, he met with a group of children and young people, and answered their questions. The first was: if God forgives everything, why does Hell exist? The Pope replied that Hell is the desire to distance oneself from God and to reject God’s love.

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