Vatican P.R. disaster continues…

Vatican Fake News Fiasco: Now a Third Omitted Paragraph from Benedict XVI’s Letter appears!

[UPDATE: 21-MAR-2018: The Vatican’s fake news director, Dario Viganò, has resigned]

No doubt you’ve heard about “Lettergate” by now, the Vatican’s clumsy attempt to market a confidential letter from Benedict XVI as an endorsement of the theology of “Pope” Francis. We briefly touched upon it in our post on the state of the Vatican II Sect after five years of “Pope Francis”.

In a nutshell: At a Vatican press conference on Mar. 12, 2018, the Prefect of the Secretariat for Communications, “Mgr.” Dario Viganò, presented excerpts from a letter Benedict XVI had written to him apparently endorsing and praising the recently-published 11-volume work written by various authors about the (so-called) theology of “Pope” Francis.

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Relax, it’s no biggie…

The Last Judgment According to Francis

Getting Michelangelo’s Last Judgment in line with Francis’ False Gospel…

If you’ve been greatly disturbed by the perpetual heresy spout called “Pope Francis” lately but for some reason or another were still holding out hope that he really is a Catholic and this is all just a big misunderstanding, the following story will provide a sobering reality check for you.

Today, the famous Vaticanist Sandro Magister released a blog post entitled “World’s End Update. The ‘Last Things’ According to Francis”, in which he quoted Francis’ favorite interviewer, the atheist Eugenio Scalfari, thus:

Pope Francis has abolished the places where souls were supposed to go after death: hell, purgatory, heaven.

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“We do not … consider the Chair of Peter to be vacant“!

The Dubia Saga continues:

Sandro Magister publishes “Cardinal” Caffarra’s Letter to Francis requesting Audience

[UPDATE 20-JUN-17 00:22 UTC: Edward Pentin reports that this letter was delivered to Francis on May 6 of this year.]

[UPDATE 20-JUN-17 12:54 UTC: Sandro Magister publishes commentary.]

Today the veteran Vatican journalist Sandro Magister published a bombshell on his blog, Settimo Cielo.

It had been mentioned before in the press that the four “dubia cardinals” — Carlo Caffarra, Raymond Burke, Walter Brandmuller, and Joachim Meisner — had requested an audience with “Pope” Francis to discuss with him the concerns they had voiced in their dubia” (doubts or questions) concerning the “papal” exhortation Amoris Laetitia.

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