There Can Be No Devolution Of Truth. It’s Time To Walk Out.




In the absurd days we are living, with Circus Bergoglio now dishing us a number after the other, there has also been talk of allowing the individual bishops’ conference to do with Doctrine as they please. As in these cases you always need a fashionable word to cover old heresy, the idea has been called “devolution”.

The absurdity of this is apparent.

The Church has never been run by bishops’ conferences. The church is run by bishops, led by a Pope, who may or may not choose to be helped by Cardinals. The bishops’ conference as a hierarchical level in the Church simply does not exist; nor could it ever, because Christ never appointed any. The idea that a bishops’ conference may have any right to impinge on Doctrine in any way whatsoever is just bonkers.

Nor can it be said that, if bishops’ conferences have no hierarchical authority, a bishop has; and therefore any bishop could implement those “merciful” changes he thinks fit. Even my cat knows that no bishop has, ever had or could ever have such authority. The Truth is one. Therefore, the Church can only be one. There can be no multiplicity of doctrines more than there could be multiplicity of churches. Multiple doctrines would mean just that: multiple truths and multiple churches. Bishops cannot do anything of the sort, and everyone knows it. Which is, by the way, exactly the reason why bishops’ conferences are mentioned in connection with this latest madness.

Least of all it can be said that the Pope could make such changes. Whilst the Pope can be, in limited circumstances, infallible, his infallibility is always – and cannot but be – linked to what the Church has always believed. To put it in a blunt way: if the Pope wakes up one morning and “infallibly” proclaims the “dogma” of some heretical novelty he can never be infallible, he can only be heretical.

Truth can never be manipulated. The very concept of truth demands this as a logical consequence. As there can be no manipulation, there can be no devolution. As there must be unity, there can be no multiplicity.

Now, should we be scared that the Evil Clown will do something of the sort? To be blunt, with such an ass as Francis you never really know, but I don’t see it happening. I don’t see it happening because if Francis had had the gut of such a heretical feat, it is reasonable to think that he would have put it in place already, with a sudden papal ukase, counting on the shock effect and his authority as a Pope. Nor is this a new thinking of his, and he has already put his heretical reflection on record, as Rorate Caeli rightly observes. Therefore, the heresy has been in the mind of the Evil Clown for a while. Not even the most deluded mind can think this chaotic synod, causing concern and protests everywhere, brought him one inch nearer to it.

So: if Francis did not trust in the surprise effect then, why would he proclaim open heresy now? It would be far more difficult to achieve his objective now that it would have been then. He has been warned already. The opposition is worldwide spread and known everywhere. There is no realistic possibility that he can get away with it now, no matter how many sacrilegious little bastards – real or invented – are involved.

Realistically, no pope with a functioning brain, however heretical, would dare rising such a nuclear conflict.

I am sure Francis is heretical. What I am not sure of, is whether he has a functioning brain.

Ideally, he should not be given the ability to act in the first place. A decisive blow of historical import would destroy his ability to damage the Church forever. The Synod he wanted to use as an instrument of heresy would become the instrument of his undoing.

Time to walk out.

Time to walk out.

Time to walk out.



Posted on October 16, 2015, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Another story that makes Catholics vomit:

    Gentle Bishop Blase: “Sin all you want — I’ll still give you Communion”

  2. Scrap Bishops’ Conferences. Most of the Bishops/Cardinals in Europe are very questionable as regards their faith in Christ (to say the least) and should never be given the authority to decide what always has been decided by the Hierarchy in toto. The two Synods on the Family are enough to display their inability to determine God’s Law from the Scriptures – each taking their own personal viewpoint rather than adhering to the Magisterium of the past 2,000 years. It would appear that the Deposit of Faith & Tradition have no meaning for them.

  3. I always appreciate your analyses, sir, and lately have admired how swiftly you post after a particlarly egregious “Synod update” even into the middle of the night.

    Unfortunately, there are others who whip into action immediately after another day is closed on this wretched exercise, so we see Archbishop Cupich of Chicago now holding a press conference to explain how he would manage this “devolution”. The key to communion for divorced, remarried, “gay” couples, etc. according to Cupich? An individual’s good conscience, which he calls “inviolable”.

    So I guess this, then, is a devolution of the devolution? And how many among Cupich’ “marginalized groups” is going to understand this as anything other than a free for all?

    I am angry about this, my prayers now reduced simply to “make this Synod stop”. Amen.

  4. Petition update

    Canon 212 Society just posted an update on the petition you signed, The Synod Fathers: Synod Walkout.

    German Translation Now Available

    Oct 16, 2015 — We have added a German translation of the letter for concerned German Catholics. Read more

    Read more

  5. Only 2000 signers of the petition. Ugh. Are there only 2000 faithful Catholics remaining in the English-speaking world? What do your site stats suggest?

    • No. Many faithful Catholics think it is better for the bishops to remain.
      I disagree of course, but do not doubt their Catholic credentials.
      Yesterday I got 2,697 visitors (not pageviews).

  6. I signed the petition because I do not think anything good will come of this Synod and that the discussions are about settled doctrinal issues that have been poorly and /or inadequately dealt with by clerical preaching and ‘pastoral’ intervention for several decades, often the fault of some Bishops and some Cardinals. It seems that the direction now being taken by the Pope and his conferees would make matters worse, and potentially make those worsened matters ‘official’ and I think the technical term for this ‘official’ action would be Formal Heresy.
    I am not sure that “walking out” of the Synod is the best decision , and even if it is, at what point it should be done, but I would like the Faithful Council Fathers to know that whatever their decision regarding ‘flight or fight’ ,they have the support of Faithful Catholics among whom I continue to strive to remain.

  7. When Jesus said that the Gates of Hell shall not prevail against the Church, the corollary is that they will try like crazy to prevail. Circus Bergoglio is the latest example of that.

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