Wrong In Every Thought

 

 

 

“The Holy Spirit is the living presence of God in the Church. He keeps the Church going, keeps the Church moving forward. More and more, beyond the limits, onwards. The Holy Spirit with His gifts guides the Church. You cannot understand the Church of Jesus without this Paraclete, whom the Lord sends us for this very reason. And He makes unthinkable choices, but unimaginable! To use a word of St. John XXIII: it is the Holy Spirit that updates the Church. Really, he really updates it and keeps it going.”

“And we Christians must ask the Lord for the grace of docility to the Holy Spirit. Docility in this Spirit, who speaks to us in our heart, who speaks to us in all of life’s circumstances, who speaks to us in the Church’s life, in Christian communities, who is always speaking to us.”

Pope Francis, “off-the-cuff” homily, 12 May 2014. 

A wannabe “c”atholic publication has republished this. The armies are clearly positioning themselves before next month’s battle.

Pope Francis obviously leads the heretical, blasphemous,  sacrilegious side. He can’t open his mouth without giving clues as to how he thinks, and how he thinks it’s straight from the Heresy Manual.  

The idea that the Church “moves forward” is clearly to be understood in a theological sense and reeks of Modernism from very, very far. The following words clearly expand on the concept: “more and more” gives an idea of continuous revolution; “beyond the limits” clearly states the revolution ignores any limit; the final “onwords” reinforces the concept. Pure Modernism, and in an aggressive form to boot.  

This Pope is a damn theological Castroite. 

Then he gets even more explicit: the Holy Spirit “guides” the Church towards the just mentioned regions “beyond the limits”. If you don’t get this, you cannot understand the Church. He will make unthinkable choices, unimaginable to those who have not listened to his push to go “beyond the limit”.   

We must ask the lord for the kind of “docility” that allows us to throw away the Truth (of yesterday) for the “unthinkable” (of today). But how do we know what the Holy Spirit wants from us? By listening to “our hearts” (boy, this is gay!) and by listening to what the contracepting, fornicating, concubinating, and an awful lot of other “-ing” “Christian communities” have to say. 

Spoken like a true liberal Protestant.

May the Lord, in His Goodness, strike this dangerous clown down; or cause him to resign; or in any way keep this scourge away from us, and from that Holy Mother Church he so evidently hates and despises.  

Mundabor

 

 

 

Posted on September 8, 2014, in Bad Shepherds, Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Your clarity is such a contrast to Frank ! , dear Mundabor.
    Add to all you mentioned– Frank’s recent comments on the necessity of a village being qualified to edify & educate children, and we have a bonafide Catholic-basher in the current Occupant. In some weird way, His Humildad’s nonsense makes me stronger for October.

  2. Scary stuff.

  3. And with the cult of personality he has going for him many of the unchurched will be in lockstep synchrony with him in October. It’s positively Bolshevesque.

  4. I just thought these last days and this idea made me feel better : Jesus has cleansed up the Temple, He will cleanse up the Church !

    Rhizotomos
    Christus vincit, Christus regnat, Christus imperat !

  5. “Really, he really updates it…”! Good Lord, who’s he trying to convince? That line being from John XXIII isn’t too surprising.

    It’s dangerous as modernist popes enter that haze of the past in which people no longer know who they were, and quoting them becomes on even ground with any other pope’s quote from ‘antiquity.’ Oh, that pope had lots of roman numerals after his name! He must’ve been something!

  6. Eamon Duffy”s THE STRIPPING OF THE ALTARS ,should be required reading for all traditional catholics- especially when the hierarchy are the persecutors.

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