“Saint Peter And His Successor”: A Louie Verrecchio Video.

The video above comes from the excellent blog of Louie Verrecchio. Once again, Mr Verrecchio says it better than I ever could, so I thought I would not deprive my readers of this pearl. If the video does not work on your screen, the link will lead you directly to it.

The video is short, and I really suggest to watch it to the end.

I allow myself to only add a little detail: shortly after the 1:00 mark, Francis addresses a greeting to “the Muslims of the entire world, our brothers”. Then, he stops and openly encourages an applause or cheer, which is denied to him in the most evident manner. If dozen of thousand of Italians had cheered, the noise would have been deafening. As it is, he gets the faintest of courtesy claps, possibly from the clergy present.  

It’s good to see not everyone is blind, and willing to follow this obviously blind man.

Enjoy the video.

Mundabor

Posted on January 30, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Someone ought to send it to the pope and have him watch it

  2. ‘Francis addresses a greeting to “the Muslims of the entire world, our brothers”. Then, he stops and openly encourages an applause or cheer, which is denied to him in the most evident manner.’

    I noticed this also, and a few observations are to be noted:

    1) Why would the crowd cheer at the Pope addressing a greeting to Muslims? After all, it is a greeting.

    2) Why encourage a cheer when the crowd did not wish to cheer?

  3. Mr. Verrecchio draws a very interesting comparison. We can only pray that Francis will eventually repent as Peter did. Of course, I doubt this very much.

  4. We have such a craven man as pope.

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