Another week, another heresy…

HERESY: Francis claims the Baptized cannot lose their Status as Children of God

Barely a day goes by on which Francis doesn’t have something to say, but some days are worse than others.

This past Wednesday, May 9, the apostate pretend-Pope during his general audience gave what was supposed to be a catechesis on the sacrament of baptism. Placing heavy emphasis on the sacramental character — which is indelible and hence baptism can never be repeated once it has been validly administered — Francis proceeded to claim that it is this indelible character which makes us, irrevocably, children of God.

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Change of position in favor of Sedeprivationism…

Theological Earthquake at Virginia Trad Chapel: Fr. Ronald Ringrose abandons Recognize-and-Resist Position

St. Athanasius Church in Vienna, Virginia, established in 1968

Let’s cut right to the chase: Fr. Ronald Ringrose, the pastor of St. Athanasius Church in Vienna, Virginia, has publicly repudiated his long-time theological position of recognizing the papal claimants since Vatican II as valid but resisting them in their magisterium and their government of the church (commonly known as the “recognize-and-resist” position).

Realizing that the position is plainly contrary to the traditional teaching of the Catholic Church, Fr. Ringrose began to disavow it publicly in three of his parish bulletins in January 2018.

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“If Christ be not risen again, your faith is vain” (1 Cor 15:17)

Did Christ truly Rise from the Dead? How “Pope” Francis cleverly denies the Historicity of the Resurrection

The reason why Modernists have been so successful in their destruction of the Faith in souls is that their errors are typically camouflaged. The outrageous ideas they proclaim they often contradict or relativize in other places; or they use sufficient ambiguity in their words so that although most people will take heresy from their less-than-clear words (especially if the words are accompanied by heretical actions), Francis apologists will detect enough “plausible deniability” in them should the need arise to defend their master from the accusation of poisoning souls.

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Dismantling yet another Modernist…

Heaven, Hell, and Atheism: A Reply to Jack Bentz, S.J.

We all know that the state of “Catholic theology” in the Novus Ordo Sect is nothing short of appalling, and we hardly need any more evidence for it. However, it is always useful to see an illustration of just how bad it really is. An example of that was unwittingly given on Apr. 19 by a Jesuit Novus Ordo priest named Jack Bentz, who published an article entitled “Was Pope Francis right to tell a child his atheist dad may be in heaven?” in the apostate Modernist rag America.

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The latest “papal” heresy…

Talk about Pelagianism: Francis tells Boy his Atheist Father is in Heaven because he was “good”

No one who has not experienced it himself can possibly understand the incredible grief a little child who has lost his father has to endure. Such grief must be infinitely worse when the father in question was an atheist, since anyone who dies an atheist will certainly be damned:

He that believeth and is baptized, shall be saved: but he that believeth not shall be condemned. (Mk 16:16)

But without faith it is impossible to please God. For he that cometh to God, must believe that he is, and is a rewarder to them that seek him.

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Shea repeats blasphemous thesis of “Pope” Francis…

Did St. John the Baptist doubt that Jesus Christ was the Messiah? A Refutation of Mark Shea

One of Francis’ most industrious disciples is the infamous Novus Ordo apologist Mark P. Shea. A long-time contributor to EWTN and the National Catholic Register, Shea was fired in 2016 after numerous controversies about “his writings and engagement on other forums” (source). He quickly found a new home, however, at The Catholic Weekly, a Novus Ordo newspaper based in Sydney, Australia, and this is where he now does his spiritual damage.

One of the recurring themes in Francis’ pseudo-pontificate is the idea that while he was in prison for having told King Herod that it was not lawful for him to have his brother’s wife (see Mk 6:17-18), St.

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It’s always about temporal concerns…

A Naturalist Easter: Francis inverts Christ

After giving the world a Naturalist Lent, now that Lent is over, “Pope” Francis wasted no time in ushering in an equally Naturalist Easter: For his address at the traditional Urbi et Orbi blessing on Easter Sunday, Apr. 1, the Jesuit Antipope used the occasion of the celebration of the Resurrection of Christ to focus everyone’s thoughts immediately on the temporal concerns of the world once again. In other words, it’s business as usual for Francis; it’s just that this time he is using Christ’s Resurrection to promote his Naturalism.

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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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Insufferable drivel under the guise of Catholicism

A Naturalist Lent:
Dissecting Francis’ Ash Wednesday Sermon

Granted, we’re a bit late in covering this, but so much is happening with the Francis Show these days that it’s hard to give everything a thorough treatment in a timely fashion. At least we’re getting around to this before Lent is entirely over.

On Ash Wednesday, Feb. 14, “Pope” Francis inaugurated the Lenten season with another one of those extraordinary sermons only he can give. The Novus Ordo news service Zenit has provided an English translation:

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A response to doubters…

Yes, John Paul II really did kiss the Koran: The Evidence

April 2005, Vatican City: “Saint” John Paul II lying in state, corrupting visibly

On May 14, 1999, “Pope” and now “Saint” John Paul II received a delegation at the Vatican that consisted of the Shiite imam of the Khadum mosque, the Sunni president of the council of administration of the Iraqi Islamic Bank, and a representative of the Iraqi ministry of religion. The delegation was led by Raphaël I Bidawid, who was the Novus Ordo Archbishop of Baghdad at the time and also the Patriarch of Babylon.

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Bummer!

Francis: ‘I Don’t Read Websites that Accuse Me of Being a Heretic’

Last month “Pope” Francis traveled to Chile and Peru (see our coverage here). On such trips Jorge Bergoglio likes to privately visit with his fellow-Jesuits for off-the-cuff questions and answers, and this he did on Jan. 16 in Santiago, Chile and on Jan. 19 in Lima, Peru. Transcripts of the conversations are always made, but to translate and release them is a privilege that belongs to “Fr.” Antonio Spadaro, editor-in-chief of La Civiltà Cattolica, which was once a prestigious Jesuit review but now is simply another Modernist rag cheering on the destruction of Catholicism.

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Consult your conscience and see if adultery is right for you!

Conscience, Sin, and a “New Paradigm”:
Blase Cupich unloads Bergoglian Bilge at Cambridge

The Novus Ordo Sect’s Archlayman of Chicago, “Cardinal” Blase Cupich, delivered a landmark speech on Francis’ exhortation Amoris Laetitia this past February 9 at the so-called Von Hügel Institute for Critical Catholic Inquiry of St. Edmund’s College at the University of Cambridge, England. Entitled “Pope Francis’ Revolution of Mercy: Amoris Laetitia as a New Paradigm of Catholicity”, Cupich’s lecture was riddled with errors and even contained heresy and blasphemy.

How to summarize the most salient point in Cupich’s talk?

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The supernatural is overrated…

A Perfect Example of Naturalism: Francis reflects on Death without mentioning Judgment, Heaven, or Hell

The world was given a rather generous glimpse into the Naturalist mind of Jorge Bergoglio today as the man otherwise known as “Pope Francis” reflected on death during his daily homily.

As we have pointed out numerous times on this web site, Francis preaches what we call the “gospel of man”, a false gospel that focuses almost exclusively on the temporal, the mundane, the natural. His concern is always with this world: Whether it be helping the needy, eradicating poverty, improving education, combatting economic injustice, advocating for a “culture of encounter” or of “tenderness”, or improving working conditions for coal miners in Indonesia, the “Pope” is always there with his oh-so tender-hearted solicitude and unsolicited advice.

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“God shall judge the secrets of men by Jesus Christ, according to [the] gospel” (Rom 2:16)

Francis and the Idolatry of Conscience

We have long gotten used to the fact that “Pope” Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) never denounces the grave sin of idolatry in its proper literal sense, such as is committed by Hindus and Voodooists, for example. On the contrary, he is very much enamored with Paganism and its “traditions.” He does, however, love to rail against metaphorical “idolatries”, such as what he calls the idolatry of money, of immanence, of ideas, of oneself, of space being greater than time, of false philanthropy, etc.

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Doctrinal development in the Vatican II Sect…

The Amoris Laetitia Effect: Novus Ordo Theologian argues Couples may be Required to use Contraception

More like an immoral theologian: “Fr.” Maurizio Chiodi

It is amazing how quickly doctrine develops in the Novus Ordo Sect. Consider Francis’ blasphemous exhortation Amoris Laetitia, for example: Released on Apr. 8, 2016, the document is not even two years old yet, and already an Italian (im)moral theologian is using its teaching to justify more sins against the Sixth Commandment — that’s the one with “irregular situations” and such.

According to a report by Life Site:

Responsible parenthood can obligate a married couple to use artificial birth control, a recently appointed member of the Pontifical Academy for Life has argued, basing his theory on Pope Francis’ apostolic exhortation on the family, Amoris Laetitia.

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