The tragedy of schizophrenic theology…
Another Theological Train Wreck from The Remnant
Dr. Jason Morgan is a university professor in Japan and author of numerous articles that have appeared in various journals and papers over the years.
Since 2018, he has been writing for the recognize-and-resist flagship publication The Remnant. One of his first posts was about Sedevacantism, to which we responded here:
One of his most recent contributions is a scathing denouncement of the Vatican II Sect, to which he, quite appropriately, gives the Orwellian term “Newchurch”:
This write-up is actually quite tragic itself, especially considering that the author believes himself to be a faithful traditional Roman Catholic and his position to be expressive of orthodox Catholicism.… READ MORE
Theological poppycock under the guise of piety and humility…
Is Everyone Unworthy to Receive Holy Communion?
A Refutation of “Cardinal” Blase Cupich
“For such false apostles are deceitful workmen,
transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ.” (2 Cor 11:13)
One of the biggest theological shysters in the American Vatican II Church is “Cardinal” Blase J. Cupich, the supposed Catholic Archbishop of Chicago.
The most recent example is his pious-sounding article “We Are All Unworthy”, published by the Chicago Catholic a few days ago. In it, this Modernist false shepherd puts on his somber face and argues that since everyone is unworthy of God’s gifts, and yet God loves us anyway, we shouldn’t “judge” others and exclude them from receiving Holy Communion.… READ MORE
Jesuits say the darndest things!
Francis tells U.S. Novus Ordo Bishops he supports public Benefits for Sodomite Couples
Kudos to the semi-trad Whispers of Restoration blog for catching this:
This past Monday, Jan. 27, 2020, a total of 33 Novus Ordo bishops from California, Nevada, and Hawaii visited “Pope” Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) in the Vatican for their obligatory quinquennial ad limina visit, during which they have to report to their boss on the state of their dioceses. During the meeting, which reportedly lasted well over two hours, they also got a chance to ask Bergoglio whatever questions they liked.
The so-called Catholic News Service reported the following about the visit:
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The pastoral care of LGBT Catholics was another topic Pope Francis spoke about, Archbishop [Salvatore] Cordileone [of San Francisco] said.