Pope Jesuit The First

Another stunning example of the shamelessness of the current Bishop of Rome is now everywhere on the Internet: Bishop Francis has made an appeal to his Brazilian bishops to do exactly what he refuses to do whenever it becomes in the least uncomfortable: protect (among others) the unborn.

Wait a moment: “Brazilian”? Isn't this the country where abortion legislation has been passed merely days ago? The country visited by him, and where the World Francis Day took place? The country he visited just in the days preceding a still possible presidential veto on the measure? The country where he met millions of people, including the above mentioned President, and never mentioned abortion?

How can anyone be in possession of such an amount of hypocrisy as to shout his silence during his visit and issue, after the fact, the pathetic fig leave of this message to the bishops?

If we only had a cowardly Bishop of Rome, it would be bad enough. But we have here one who wants to be a coward, and look good whilst he does so.

The true Jesuit.

Mundabor

Posted on August 13, 2013, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Hey Mundabor, I know that Francis says so much nonsense that it is hard to keep up with everything, but I haven’t seen you comment on this latest pearl of the Bishop of Rome, which I think is worth mentioning:

    “Do you need to convince the other to become Catholic? No, no, no! Go out and meet him, he is your brother. This is enough. Go out and help him and Jesus will do the rest.”
    http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/1303392.htm

    Wow, I wonder why didn’t Paul figured out this new method of evangelization! Just help people, no need to talk about Jesus or the truth…

  2. Other than the error of attributing to Jesus – rather than The Holy Ghost – the conversion of heretics and schismatics, this is the praxis of Indifferentism which is a result of dialogue and Ecumenism; and Ecumenism is the universal solvent dissolving Tradition

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