That Jesus Christ our Saviour is perfectly sinless is the bedrock of our faith. It is unthinkable that this ever be questioned by a Catholic, much less the person who occupies the See of Peter. And yet….
Most of you have seen Father Harrison’s article in the Remnant online, Fr. Harrison reports that the Pontiff, in a homily for the 27th December, on the Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple, stated that Jesus, by remaining in the Temple instead of returning with His parents, “provoked great suffering” in Mary and Joseph and that “Jesus probably had to ask for forgiveness”.
In the first Epistle of St. John, Chapter 3, verse 5: “And you know that He appeared to take away our sins, and in Him there is no sin.” Also in Hebrews, 4, 15 and in 2 Cor., 5, 21, similarly. That Jesus Christ is God and thus is sinless, is a fundamental doctrine of the Catholic faith. Yet, in sly words, and always slathered over with talk of “mercy”, the Humble Pope® imputes sin to Our Saviour. We do have an apostate Pope who utters blasphemy against our Lord Jesus Christ. No matter how many times disgruntled readers complain to me about my scurrilous attacks on our “Holy Father Francis”, there is simply no way to defend Francis without offending the true head of the Church, Jesus Christ.
What was the true message of John the Baptist?
“And in those days cometh John the Baptist preaching in the desert of Judea. And saying: Do penance: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matt. 3, 1)
What was the message of Jesus Christ?
“From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say: Do penance, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matt. 4, 17)
In contrast, the message of this Bishop of Rome is to attack either Our Lord or His faithful with nearly every utterance. And he especially unloads his ire on faithful Catholics who share their faith.
“Proselytism is solemn nonsense, it makes no sense … I believe in God, not in a Catholic God, there is no Catholic God, there is God and I believe in Jesus Christ, his incarnation.” (Scalfari)
“… what should I do with a friend, neighbor, an Orthodox person? Be open, be a friend. ‘But should I make efforts to convert him or her?’ There is a very grave sin against ecumenism: proselytism. We should never proselytize the Orthodox! They are our brothers and sisters, disciples of Jesus Christ.” (Vatican.va)
They are our brothers and so, we should not attempt to show them the only means of salvation, the Church founded by Christ?
What do you think the message is in these times? Pope Bergoglio refuses to live in the Papal apartments, but instead chooses to live in the guest house run by his “dear friend” Ricca, whose notorious sexcapades have given scandal to the Church. Pope Francis esteems this man so greatly he has made him prelate to the Vatican Bank.
Even Communist dictators who murder, torture and imprison faithful Catholics are generously rewarded with the mercy of this humble pope. In September, 2015, the Pope met with Cuban mass murderer Fidel Castro and the Vatican described them exchanging gifts and laughs. The meeting lasted about 30 minutes and included Castro’s wife and some of his extended family.
News reports from the Vatican upon the death of Fidel Castro indicated that the Pope was grieving and praying for him.
Even blasphemous images of our Lord Jesus Christ crucified on the symbols of anti-christ marxism are fine with this pope and received with his respect. What shall we conclude then?
Father Malachi Martin on this time:
“Yes, we could have an apostate as Pope. In that case, we would be into something terrible. We would be into something which is nightmarish. It would test the faith of the greatest saint. … Your faith would be battered to pieces.”
As Sister Lucia said October 13, 1917: “Penance, penance, penance!”
posted by evensong 3 January, 2016 and updated 26 December, 2016.
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