The Blessed Virgin And The Dirty Pope

For countless generations, Catholics have expressed in words their devotion to the Blessed Virgin; calling her, among other things, Virgin of Virgins, most pure, most chaste, inviolate, undefiled, and most faithful.

On the day following the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, I struggle to remember one occasion in which the Unholy Father has encouraged girls and young women to take inspiration and strength from the Blessed Virgin to lead a life of chastity and purity. She who is, and has always been considered, the highest of her sex must, on reflection, stand for everything that the Pope hates.

On countless occasions Francis has shown what he thinks of those who lead an obvious Christian life. He has famously spoken against “excessive doctrinal security”. He has expressed his suspicion that those who are married in church and lead a good Chridtian life are “dead inside”.

One can reach, from all this, only one conclusion: that had Francis lived in the time of the Blessed Virgin he would have considered her a hypocrite, an insufferable bigot and, most probably, an outright fraud.

This without considering the “excessive doctrinal security”, which the Blessed Virgin possessed in the highest measure. How Francis would have hated, if he had lived in the same village, this most angelic woman, this very embodiment of purity and unshakeable Faith! He would have called her “dead inside”, for sure, and he would have thrown at her many of the vast collection of insults this man has directed at good Catholics; only with much more energy, because this particular “good Catholic” was so astonishingly good.

Dirty minds do not get purity. Sanctity is, to them, hypocrisy. The Unholy Father, who evidently has not recited the Litany of Loreto for very long and has long forgotten everything he might have learned about the Blessed Virgin, went so far as to even opine that the Blessed Virgin might have felt betrayed and deceived at the foot of the Cross.

“Virgin most faithful”? Not to Francis, for sure.

This Pope has a dirty mind. He lives in the middle of dirt, under the very roof of a notorious, scandalous homosexual. All his thoughts – and all his praise – go in that direction. The slum is his natural habitat; not, mind, because he wants to elevate the soul out of it; but because he enjoys the way the slum works and thinks. This is why he allows (or instructs) his priests to give communion to unmarried, adulterous slum dwellers, as if it was just bread. This is why he despises so much the orderly, prayerful, quietly Christian life of so many good Catholics.

This is why, make no mistake about that, one like him can only despise the Blessed Virgin, or consider her a hypocrite and a fraud; and also the reason why he tries to knock her down of her heavenly throne by making of her just an angry mother with a rebellious mind. The devil, when confronted with holy water, will instinctively and viscerally hate it, and he will tell you that it contains germs.

Dirty minds don't get sanctity and purity; when confronted with them, their reaction is indifference, slander, or contempt. Francis does not even begin to understand the Blessed Virgin. His dirty mind is of that kind that does not aspire to purity, but rather wants to dirty it.

I wonder if he ever recited once the Litany of Loreto, believing in what he was saying.




Posted on December 9, 2014, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. For those of us who often unsuccessfully but genuinely strive for purity, it is especially disgusting to see a pope and other clerics who have the kind of “dirty mind” which you describe. While there are always roguish adults in one’s vicinity, we hoped that we would leave behind the reign of anti-purity coolness or hipness that was so dominant in our school days. This pope is just one more of today’s influential figures who still want desperately to be “cool,” and who insist the rest of us ought to be also.

  2. Dear Mundabor

    I have read it that those priests who seem to have a disdain for Our Lady and her Rosary can sometimes have problems with their vocation.

    There does seem to be a great attack on purity and chastity in Catholicism at the moment. I think you’ve made a connection in your comment. Some Princes of the Church do seem to be suffering from a malaise.

    Keep up the good work with your blog, but wouldn’t you wish to be just a teeny bit more politer about Bergoglio?

    Goodness knows though, I have to admit that I’ve had some dreadfully uncharitable thoughts about him.

  3. So true Mundabor. I’ve yet to hear the man once give a homily on sexual purity, for men or women, so unlike John Paul II and Benedict. I have John Paul’s plea once, in that inimitable voice of his, burned into my mind: “True love eees purity; purity eees true love!”

  4. With all due respect, do you think this particular post is pleasing to Our Blessed Mother?

  5. “This is why, make no mistake about that, one like him can only despise the Blessed Virgin, or consider her a hypocrite and a fraud; and also the reason why he tries to knock her down of her heavenly throne by making of her just an angry mother with a rebellious mind.”


    “If I remember well it was 1985. One evening I went to recite the Holy Rosary that was being led by the Holy Father [John Paul II]. He was in front of everybody, on his knees. The group was numerous; I saw the Holy Father from the back and, little by little, I got lost in prayer. I was not alone: I was praying in the middle of the people of God to which I and all those there belonged, led by our Pastor.

    That testimony did not get forgotten in an instant. From that time on I recite the fifteen mysteries of the Rosary every day.”

    Cardinal Bergolio

  6. “Poppycock.
    His acts and interviews speak louder than his lies.”

    I love how you don’t back down. 😉

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