Daily Archives: September 3, 2013
“Go ye therefore, and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost: teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I commanded you: and lo, I AM with you always, even unto the end of the world.” Matthew 28: 19-20
Let us make a small test here, and let me ask which of these Francis, the Bishop of Rome, is following:
1) Is he “making disciples of all the nations”?
2) Does he consider vital – as mandated by Christ – that they are baptised? How does he see their probable destiny if they aren’t?
3) Does he teach his people to observe his commandments? Or does he rather think there’s no need for that, because hey, they know already? (and by the by, do they?). Does he promote evangelisation, or “dialogue”?
If I were a religion teacher, I would give my fourth-grade pupils the following homework:
– explain what happens at death to a unbaptised atheist who refuses to follow what Jesus commanded, but “does good”: a) according to Christ, and b) according to Francis, and motivate your statements.
The homework would, if I were the teacher of that class, make for interesting reading.
The Waffle Reblog…
From the favourite outlet of liberal cretins, and those who would love to become it:
This week we saw reports about Pope Francis cryptically acknowledging the existence of a “gay lobby” in the Vatican, about which he supposedly believes something has to be done. But if I were on a crusade against gay marriage, like Maggie Gallagher or Brian Brown of the National Organization for Marriage (both devout Catholics), I don’t think I’d be very happy with this pope so far. In fact, I’d say he stinks.
[several Countries introduced measure to favour perversion] And Pope Francis had nothing publicly to say about any of it. Zero. Zilch. Nada. He was busy washing the feet of the poor and tweeting about how selflessness is a virtue. Go figure.
Back when Spain passed marriage equality in 2005, Pope Benedict whirled himself into a frenzy, railing against it regularly. He
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