Dr. Peter Kwasniewski on how to be a Catholic in the Vatican II Church
As we all know, Jorge Bergoglio is making life difficult for those who believe he is the Pope yet also try to practice Catholicism. For this reason, more and more pundits are popping up that try to keep such people from either concluding that Catholicism is false (a noble endeavor, obviously) or from concluding that Francis just isn’t a valid Pope (a not-so-noble endeavor that comes with tragic consequences).
As you may have heard, Antipope Francis is currently doing mischief in Georgia — no, not the U.S. state of Georgia but the country of Georgia in Eastern Europe, which has a Novus Ordo population of approximately 2%. He traveled there on Friday and will stay until Sunday morning, when he flies to neighboring Azerbaijan before returning to Rome on Sunday night.
This being his 16th (!) “Apostolic Journey” in 3.5 years, the otherwise carbon-emission-conscious pretend-pope has been burning a lot of jet fuel for… well, for what exactly?
@LSNCatholic @NovusOrdoWatch The Novus Ordo red-pill is the hardest to swallow. Took me years to get it down. Once it kicked in, everything suddenly made sense. What did it for me is the realization that almost no prelates fear God. They simply don't believe. No Resurrection. No Miracles. Nothing.