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Priebke: Press Release Of SSPX Italian District

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Here is the translation in English of the press release of the Italian district of the SSPX concerning Priebke's funeral.

Some Catholics should read it and cry of shame; but those who should cry more are those priests, bishops and actually one Pope who chose to be the perfect cowards.

From the statement:

A Christian who was baptized and received the sacraments of Confession and Holy Eucharist, whatever his faults and his sins may have been, has the right to the celebration of Holy Mass and to a funeral if he dies reconciled with God and with the Church.


This simple truth is inaccessible, because inconvenient, to the very man who is on record with saying

“Everyone has his own idea of Good and Evil and he has to choose to follow the Good and to fight Evil as he understands it. This would be enough to improve the world.”

So Pope Francis is wrong twice: he is wrong when he states such heresies, and he is hypocritical when he conveniently forgets even his own heresies, let alone basic Catholicism, in order not to damage the PR machine now unceasingly licking the plates of atheist and liberals the world over.

We are degenerating to a Catholicism made of nothing more than commonplaces, fake humility, and black shoes.

Pray for Priebke. But pray for Francis, too.

Mundabor







The Pope And The Ideology

He also has an ideology and he also does not pray. But Francis is very fine with it.


I read around around even the most ardent supporters of the Bishop of Rome have a problem in understanding what he is meaning.

I think I can help.

I report below part of the latest attempt of Francis at looking cool and smart.

“When a Christian becomes a disciple of ideology,” urged the Pope, “he has lost the faith: he is no longer a disciple of Jesus, he is a disciple of this attitude of thought,” and “the knowledge of Jesus is transformed into an ideological and also moralistic knowledge.

Ideology frightens, ideology chases away the people,” he stressed, stating that it is because of this that many are distanced from the Church.

“It is a serious illness, this Christian ideology. It is an illness, but it is not new,” he said, recalling how the Apostle John alludes to this mentality in his first letter.

Pope Francis then emphasized that the attitude of those who lose their faith in preference of personal ideologies is “rigid, moralistic, ethical, but without kindness.

“But why is it that a Christian can become like this? Just one thing: this Christian does not pray. And if there is no prayer, you always close the door.”

Now: as always, there is a very easy way to understand what Francis wants to say. In order to do so we need to do the following:

1. Read Francis through Francis.

2. Understand the words for what they mean.

3. Understand Francispeak.

It is clear that for Pope Francis to have a rigid morality is very bad. He does not say so explicitly, but he insists on the point so often one must be blind not to see: Francis dislikes and mistrusts spiritual people (he says to the nuns they must not be “too spiritual”, as if anyone could be “too spiritual” to any but a very worldly person). He seems to think without “kindness” nothing can be good: not even being ethical! This is exactly the Church of Nice Michael Voris so eloquently attacks.

Truly, lack of ethics (but with kindness) seems to be the way the Pope prefers. Why? Because the whores and trannies in the favela have a lot of this lack. Therefore, a decent Christian pointing out that such behaviour is gravely sinful and perfectly apt to lead one to hell is exactly the kind of person Francis is aiming at: your ethic is without kindness, but my embracing of unethical behaviour is good.

The words reported above speak a clear language, and whom Francis aims at is clear enough: the rosary-counting, commandment-observing, four-last-things, frequent-confession, fire-and-brimstone, ethical Catholics. He really doesn't like them. They are far too spiritual for him, and therefore he does not understand them. And they talk openly about hell and therefore lack, in his eyes, kindness.

Obviously, our man will mix in the cards some Francispeak. Those rigid Catholics are those who have made of Christianity an ideology. This is the minor subject of this particular example of Francispeak. The rigid Catholic is the Catholic who reduces Christianity to an ideology, so those who insist in not wanting to know whom Francis is talking about will say “clearly, such a bad Christian is a bad Christian, but this is certainly not anyone of the people I like”.

Still, from the clear portrait Francis makes of this “ideologue” it is very clear the recipients of the message are the people mentioned above.

As always, Francis sends a major subject to make the headlines: the qualities traditionally linked to orthodox Catholics. But he also puts in a minor subject (the “ideology”) so that everyone who so wishes can delude himself orthodox Catholics are not the real aim of the sermon, only these caricatured and actually non-existent “ideologues”.

Obviously, Francis can't leave his own (cough…) ideology, or his Jesuitical speech, aside. He certainly has people able to write for him one perfectly decent homily a day. But this would be too little a stage for such a humble man as he. So we have the off-the-cuff nonsense week in and week out, as he dreams of a Bergoglioland where no one is encumbered with the unkind burden of Catholicism.

Pray for this Pope.

Mundabor

 

Francispeak.

I have often written Francis, the Bishop of Rome, and the likes of him are a danger because they mix orthodoxy with heresy in a way that allows the heretical message to go through undisturbed, whilst giving a way to the Pollyannas to delude themselves he is being orthodox. Let us go a bit nearer and see in detail how they work.

Jesuits are a cunning bunch of sly foxes. They manipulate the simpletons with contrasting meanings not only in separate sentences, but even in the same sentence. The Bishop of Rome, the Jesuit in Chief, is a prime example.

Francis very often has a way of expressing himself that, no doubt with premeditation and malice, achieves his objective in a refined way. He does so by using a double subject that I will call, for the purposes of this post, the major and the minor one. The major subject is the one meant to make the worldwide headlines, the minor one is there to feed the pigeons. I have noticed this trick several times already. If you have paid attention to Francis' utterances you will immediately recognise the style.

Imagine a phrase like this:

Gays, those who love God and do good, are the crown of Christ.

The major subject is “Gays”, the word Francis and other Modernists uses for “Homosexuals” and/or “Sodomites”. This is what makes the worldwide headlines.

The minor subject, “those who love God and do good”, is the pigeon food. The Pollyannas will immediately clutch on this straw to interpret “gays” as “those homosexuals who accept in its entirety the teaching of the Church, live a chaste life and pray unceasingly that God's may give them the necessary graces so that they may get rid of their horrible perversion”.

After the phrase has been printed into the atheist and anti-clerical newspaper of your choice, Bergoglio's Jesuitical Spiel begins: liberal newspapers the world over will run headlines on the lines of “Gays Are The Crown Of Christ, Says Pope”. Meanwhile, the “reading Hitler through Snow White” party will publish countless blog post, all more or less titled “did Francis really say that Gays are the crown of Christ?”, trying to explain to us the baddies of the press of the entire planet – yes, pretty much all of them – really do not get the humble, saintly man. You see, they will explain, he did say “Gays” (which is unfortunate, they will admit obtorto collo under the pressure of their smarter commenters) but hold on, he meant a certain particular very rare type of “gay”, who never even calls himself “gay”, and not your usual sodomite.

Some others – the “Extreme Pollyann-ing crowd” – will say “look, you just didn't get it! Gay simply means “happy, debonair”. Therefore, the Pope is saying that happy Christians are the crown of Christ! Phew! I am so relieved! What an orthodox Pope we have!”

Being an army of Pollyannas, the “reading Hitler through Snow White” fraction will conveniently neglect to notice two things:

1. 99.99% of the planet will agree with the substance of what the liberal newspapers have written and understand the words of the Bishop of Rome as they, well, very well should, because it is what they mean. This will go through the entire spectrum: from liberal to middle of the road to conservative outlets. Basically, all those who can read with their brains switched on will understand what Francis wants to say all right.

2. The Pope will not correct the meaning of the words as stated by 99.99% of the world press. He will not give any authentic interpretation of them. He will do absolutely nothing as the liberals all over the planet crown him their own “honorary gay pope”. If “new evangelisation” means to allow 99% of the planet to get the totally wrong message, this “new evangelisation” is working all right, but I prefer to call it the old way: willful heresy, and the work of the devil.

Even after this, the Pollyannas will systematically refuse to acknowledge some very simple things: the headlines are exactly what was wanted from the start; the major subject was there exactly to generate them; and the minor subject was there merely to feed the pigeons, and keep them quiet.

The Spiel can be repeated ad libitum, and Francis uses it very often. He knows perfectly well why. The only ones who will never get it are the Pollyannas.

Mundabor

 

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