Day 2: The “Father Rosica Show” Begins
Like last year, Father Rosica is specialising in reporting what the bishops have said in that oily, heretical, more than vaguely faggoty ways of his. His desire to lick Francis’ boot is very apparent, and I am sorry to say it cannot be excused.
Rosica appears to be the one who explains to the English-speaking press what the bishops have said. At three minutes per intervention I am sure it would not overcome anyone to get the texts; but no, it must be Rosica explaining things to us.
The most notable pearls:
Aiming to summarize the some 70 interventions given mostly in Italian, English and French as well as in Spanish, German and Portuguese, Fr. Rosica said the issues of migration, poverty, employment, war, and the major refugee problem and how to best react these challenges were greatly considered. Other issues brought up, he noted, included domestic violence, violence in the Church, and sexual abuse.
O, shut up.
We all know the 70 interventions have clearly had the defence of marriage as their main focus, exactly as last year, with the issues currently in the news certainly mentioned but merely as, well, issues in the news. Like last year, Father Rosica wants to give us a synod that does not exist. It’s getting old.
The importance of changing language used to address certain difficult situations, Fr. Rosica said, was highlighted. “The language must be renewed,” he said, noting how this is especially appropriate and linked to the Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy which Pope Francis has declared, Dec. 8, 2015 – Nov. 20, 2015.
This is another pearl. “It was highlighted”. By whom, exactly? Were there many bishops who were so obsessed with pleasing perverts? I am sure apart from the odd German and his lover there weren’t many. but again, Father Rosica has a homo agenda to promote, so he makes sure the Synod is caricatured as The Great FrancisMercy Exercise.
“The Jubilee of Mercy requires a language of mercy,” he stated. Father Rosica underscored how language ought to always be inclusive, rather than exclusive, particularly for homosexuals.
Oh, I agree! Language like: “unless you repent, you will most certainly go to hell!”. Now that would be merciful! Something says to me that Father Rosica does not agree. I think what he means to say is that the Church of Christ was always unmerciful to perverts, and it should change her language now. It all smells so much of lavender, one wonders whether this man really likes tits.
I think defrocking is in order.
“In particular, when speaking about homosexuals or gay persons,” he said, “we recognize them for who they are: They are our sons, our daughters, and brothers, sisters, neighbors and colleagues.”
Very faggoty words, these, too. I wonder if the man will come out one day, in the style inaugurated by Polish Monsignors. The phrase can be read in two ways: 1) they are not homosexuals, so we don’t “recognise” them as such. They are sons, etc. 2) we must recognise them as sons etc who happen to be homosexual, because we meet people “where they are”. Obviously, 2) is what the press will make it sound like, and it is obviously what Father Rosica meant to have reported. You notice here that these seem to be personal reflections of the man rather than express quotation of some Synod stepfather.
Certain other issues, he shared, may also make sense to consider locally, such as polygamy.
I get the general sense here: polygamy is an issue only in certain parts of the world, so it might be better to allow the local bishops (means: the African ones) to deal with it. However, I miss from the man the even occasional Catholic word, as in: “certain other grave issues”, or the like. I am pretty sure if such adjectives had been used, the press would have picked them. But the man is less Catholic than my cat, so this is par for the course.
The message that I get is this: Rosica will, day in and day out, manipulate the sense and spirit of the bishops interventions, exactly as he did last year, in order to please his heretical and homosexual masters.
Please find a rubbish bin for the man, and make sure he never gets out.