Francis’ “God Of Surprises” Is A God Of Blasphemy And Heresy

Francis' god.

Francis’ god.

 

The way in which this heretical nonsense of the “god of surprises” has been swallowed by the obedient Pollyannas is a very good indication of the decay of Christian thinking among people who tell themselves Catholics, and of the inability to even understand that this disgraceful Pope is indicating to them the perfect path to hell.

As so very much that Francis keeps saying, these words contain some emotional appeal meant to please the stupid; as if God’s Law were a vegetable, for which “freshness” is a quality attribute.

The contrary is the case.

Our God is a God of no surprises. Being perfect, he is unchangeable. Being unchangeable, He can never have anything new in Him.

This principle, of the unchangeable God, is what provides the basis for the unchangeable Truth of which God’s immutability is at the same time the reason and the guarantee. As God can never change, so can Truth never change. He, and it, will remain always the same, world without end.

Were it not so, God would not be God. Were it not so, there would be no God.

Truth is forever. God Himself assures us that this is so, and that there will no surprises. Produce has a selling window before it becomes stale. The Truth, the Way and the Life haven’t. And if an angel – much less a clown – should come down from heaven and tell us: “God has decided to surprise you!” we.would.not.believe.him.

Francis obfuscates and mystifies. His supermarket-jargon hides one and only one intent: the subversion of God’s law into something “surprising” and, by the very definition of the word, both unexpected and different.

This is another definition of heresy.

Let those who feel so inclined blindly follow the Pope in the pit of heresy and blasphemy he wants to lead them. A faithless Pope will only be followed by faithless people, or by people so stupid – and culpably so – that they are ready to ditch an unchangeable Truth for the produce section of Francis’ satanic supermarket.

We live in times that are so stupid that these cheap appeals to – nay: cheap papal ads of – novelty and freshness are applied to what is Immutable and Unchangeable by the very definition of the word.

And please, *please* do not even *try* to justify the Pope’s words with some fluffy commentary along the lines that Francis refers to an “ever new joy”, and such like nonsense. If you still have not understood what kind of “surprise” Francis has in store for you, the smell of reprobation is strong in you, and you should be very worried by now.

Francis’ “god of surprises” is a god of heresy and blasphemy. It can’t be the God of the Christians. It is some strange New Age fantasy creature.

Our God is a God of no surprises. Do not blaspheme Him by making of Him the same as Francis’ strange, fantasy creature.

Mundabor

 

 

Posted on October 25, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. The proper term is “fluffly-wuffly”, as I’ve used in past writings – not specifically about the Pope but inclusive of him anyway as head of this earthly Church – on Catholics & divorce that defy logic and understanding by any sane and reasonable Catholic.

    Picture small fluffly-wuffly kittens in the divorce basket…with those beautiful eyes…those serene eyes….looking luvingly at you…calling you…”Buy me. For I am good.”

  2. “Dear brothers and sisters, now we still have one year to mature, with true spiritual discernment, the proposed ideas and to find concrete solutions to so many difficulties and innumerable challenges that families must confront; to give answers to the many discouragements that surround and suffocate families.”

    Once the Christian peoples have “matured,” we’ll be ready for the next “surprise.” Because, of course, at this point there’s really nothing in Catholic Truth (after 6,500 or so years of the One True Faith) that can help those poor, discouraged people. Perhaps the “surprise” will come from our beautiful, constructive post-VII engagement with the world, eh? No?

  3. Yes, people ought not try to change what the Pope says into something that might not clearly conflict with the truths of the Faith and of reason. The “surprises” are the changes to the unchangeable Faith and morals that Pope Francis is continually trying to get the Church to accept. St Michael and St John the Baptist pray for us.

  4. Well said. I sense the whole Catholic world rolling its eyes when he says obnoxious things like this.

    Also his new gem: ‘sin is not the worst thing in the world, corruption is.” I think what he means to say (not sure), is what Fulton J Sheen once said, “sin is not the worst thing the world, the denial of sin is the worst thing in the world.”

    • No.
      What he is saying is “I am a freaking socialist for whom supposed “inequalities” are the only sin”.
      And as corrupted is always someone else, adulterers and concubines have an out of jail card and a new found purity…
      M

  5. It seems to me that in this time of unremitting assault on our faith, we could all profit greatly by studying and keeping two great documents close at hand to refer to each time we’re hit with another “surprise.”
    The first is the encyclical of Pope St. Pius X titled Pascendi Dominici Gregis (Feeding the Lord’s Flock) – on the Doctrine of Modernists. (Pope Pius X is truly a saint, canonized before JPII neutered the canonization process.
    The second document is The Syllabus of Errors Condemned by Pope Pius IX.
    Pertinent to our discussion is Section X. Errors Having Reference to Modern Liberalism.
    Error No 80 – The Roman Pontiff can, and ought to, reconcile himself, and come to terms with progress, liberalism and modern civilization.
    I wonder if either of these great Popes could have, in their wildest dreams, imagined the Cardinals of the Catholic Church electing to the Chair of Peter a man dedicated to the degradation and destruction of the faith they both fought so hard and so long to protect and pass on.

    • In fact, Francis has now pissed out of the WC so often, and with such energy, and on so many issues that it is difficult to read anything traditionally Catholic without finding in them a contradiction of what he says.

      M

  6. These days I am apt to stop in my tracks during the mundane tasks such as we all must carry out and a wave of incredulousness washes over me and I can scarcely believe we are living through these times. I wonder how this will all end. I clutch the prayer card, “A Prayer for the Pope” given to me by the FSSP. I’ll share with you:

    Almighty and everlasting God, have mercy upon Thy servant, Francis, our Supreme Pontiff, and direct him, according to Thy Loving kindness in the ways of eternal salvation; that, of Thy gift, he may ever desire that which is pleasing unto Thee and may accomplish it with all his might. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

  7. My view is that Pope Francis’ goal is the destruction of The Holy Trinity. Yes, I know, he can’t destroy it. But he thinks he can and the truth is he can destroy people’s belief in it. How else to interpret PF’s insistence on “not judging” and “mercy is everything” and “there are worse things than sin” – all of these views attack the teachings of Jesus Christ, God the Son, consubstantial with the Father. You see the Son; you get the Father as well. But that’s intolerable for Francis because the commands of the Father, reaffirmed by the Son, oppose the agenda of Francis, whose goal is to have the Church conform to his own disgraceful beliefs. The Bishop of Rome cleverly remakes the Holy Spirit into a kind of uni-god who has discarded the Father and Son and is marching us into a Teilhardian universe of gradualism where we’re always “becoming” – a God of Surprises and – another surprise! – the H.S. whispers his surprises into PF’s ears. Pope Francis thus becomes the new Elijah, the new Moses, the new Christ.

    • Yes, he simply does not believe in the God of the Christians. I do not think he believes in any God at all.
      The one with “God does not exist!” comes to mind.
      There are things he simply wants to say, but he can’t. So he says blasphemies like God does not exist, only the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. If it sound shocking, it’s because it is.
      M

    • P.s. to the Muslims he says that only God exists, and completely denies Christ and the Holy Ghost.
      Again, he just does not believe in God.
      M

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