In Laudato Sii, “Pope” Omits Passage from St. Francis’ Canticle of the Sun that warns of Mortal Sin
Francis Phillips is a writer for the UK-based Novus Ordo publication Catholic Herald. In a July 2 post on “Pope” Francis’ new eco-encyclical Laudato Si, Phillips points out a curiosity that everyone else seems to have missed so far. Although the encyclical claims St. Francis of Assisi’s famous and beautiful Canticle of the Sun for itself — from which the title “Laudato Si” (“Praise Be”) is taken — when it comes to actually quoting the entire text of the Canticle, Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”) must have decided to improvise a little.… READ MORE
006 TRADCAST (1 JUL 2015)
- Segment 1: Recent Vatican News (June 2015) — From the Jorge’s Mouth — Blogosphere & Twitterverse: A look at a recent post by Louie Verrecchio and an argument against Sedevacantism from Twitter
- Segment 2: The Supreme Court decision Obergefell v. Hodges that legalized “gay marriage” in the United States — “Pope” Francis’ eco-encyclical Laudato Si and the Neo-Traditionalist reaction critiqued
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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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This is what it’s come to…
Brazilian Climate Group promotes Francis’ Environmental Encyclical in Mock Movie Trailer
Nothing needs to be said here. It is a blasphemous and sacrilegious clip. Francis is running a pseudo-theological freak show, and the secular world is noticing — and loving it. This video trailer was produced by the Brazilian group Observatório do Clima. The encyclical on the environment, to be named Laudato Si, is scheduled to be relased on Thursday, June 18.
In May, Francis had signed a petition addressed to “world leaders” to contain global warming:
Welcome to Absurdistan.… READ MORE
The Theology of the Bawdy…
Ghostwriter of Francis’ Ecology Encyclical wrote Book on “the Art of Kissing”
The ongoing freak show that is the Vatican II Church is getting more absurd by the day. It has now come to light that “the Pope’s theologian”, the man who wrote Francis’ forthcoming encyclical on ecology and the environment (reportedly to be called Laudato Sii), published a book twenty years ago entitled, “Heal me with your Mouth: The Art of Kissing.”
We’re not making this up. We couldn’t if we tried!
The author’s name is Victor Manuel Fernández, and Francis is very familiar with him as he is one of his closest advisers, going back to his days in Argentina.… READ MORE
But he didn’t have time for Asia Bibi…
Too Much Hot Air:
Francis Signs “Catholic” Climate Petition
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Credit: Fotografia Felici
Weeks before the expected release of his encyclical letter on the environment, which we have nicknamed Summa Ecologica, “Pope” Francis has endorsed a petition of the so-called “Global Catholic Climate Movement” (GCCM) that attempts to keep the earth’s temperature from rising by more than 1.5ºC.
The short petition is addressed to “World Leaders” and reads:
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Climate change affects everyone, but especially the poor and most vulnerable people. Impelled by our Catholic faith, we call on you to drastically cut carbon emissions to keep the global temperature rise below the dangerous threshold of 1.5°C, and to aid the world’s poorest in coping with climate change impacts.