A nice article in the “American Catholic” manages to point out, in a short space, one trait of this pontificate that more and more people are noticing: the resentment and divisiveness of a Pope who is using the Papacy to settle some bills; bills, I add, certainly accumulated as he spent a life aware of how people despised him for being, not to put too fine a point on it, a fraud.

The article goes on with another half-funny reflection on the legacy of this papacy, and reaches the conclusion that the longer this papacy will be, the bigger the damage it will cause: possible schism if very long, chaos if of mid duration, and hopefully soon forgotten if the man kicks the bucket – or otherwise frees the Chair of Peter from his heretical, rapidly enlarging backside – pretty soon.

It is, to me, a source of ever renewed satisfaction to see that what only a handful of us was saying some twelve or fifteen months ago is now rapidly becoming mainstream knowledge: a Pope who hates Catholics and likes all those who have no intention of becoming such; nay, positively hate the Church. A petty man, of no intellectual or spiritual value, but in possession of an astonishing dose of hypocrisy, allowing him to sink in populism and easy slogans in a way that would have had even Paul VI blush and lower hid head in shame.

The way this works is that as more and more Catholic publications pick up the story and decide to talk about the elephant in the room, the mainstream media find it more and more difficult to ignore – as they would certainly like to – the reality around them, and must face the brutal fact of a Pope who hates Catholics, and certainly isn't liked by those among them with solid Catholic credentials. Actually, it can now be safely said that how you like Francis is the best indicator of how sound a Catholic you are.

Result? This papacy is drowning in divisiveness and criticism, and an old man with a lot of bile but without much of a brain seems unwilling or unable to restrain himself; so bitter is his resentment against everything that is Catholic, and against all those who have seen, a long time ago, what a joke of a religious he was.

May your Papacy be short, Your Hypocrisy.

You will not be missed.



Posted on December 3, 2014, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. indignusfamulus

    Dear Mundabor,
    Do you think it’s likely this Pope was formed (programmed) by the same people Bella Dodd testified about to the House Un-American Activities Committee in the 1950s?
    when she said:

    “In the 1930s we put 1,100 men into the priesthood in order to destroy the Church from within.” The idea was for these men to be ordained and progress to positions of
    influence and authority as Monsignors and Bishops. “Right now they are in the highest places in the Church” — where they were working to bring about change in order to weaken the Church’s effectiveness against Communism. (She also said that these changes would be so drastic that “you will not recognise the Catholic Church.”)
    “The whole idea was to destroy, not the institution of the Church, but rather the Faith of the people, and even use the institution of the Church, if possible, to destroy the Faith through the promotion of a pseudo-religion: something that resembled Catholicism but was not the real thing.
    Once the Faith was destroyed, she explained, there would be a guilt complex introduced into the Church…. to label the ‘Church of the past’ as being oppressive, authoritarian, full of prejudices, arrogant in claiming to be the sole possessor of truth, and responsible for the divisions of religious bodies throughout the centuries. This would be necessary in order to shame Church leaders into an ‘openness to the world,’ and to a more flexible attitude toward all religions and philosophies. The Communists would then exploit
    this openness in order to undermine the Church.”

  2. Yes, this Pope is running out of capital: the Catholics he is selling out in order to be the wildly popular mascot of the New World Order. Now he must fear that if he does anything remotely traditional respecting the Synod, the joyride will over. Soon stories with such headlines as “What Happened to the Francis Revolution?” would begin to appear. But then, having already practically dissolved the Catholic religion in the acid of his vulgar rhetoric, what can he do for an encore?

    • Encore?

      Frankie lusts over his fantasy of a Cardinal Dolan-like archetype as his successor. Some one with the insatiable appetite for roasting what will remain of orthodoxy and eating empty pews as an appetizer.

      A Pope Dolan will be the Bergoglio encore that stokes his fantasy of a continued multi-generational downward spiral of the Church; which ensures his legacy and gifts Bergie with nightly wet dreams.

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