LetterGate: Francis, Like Honorius, Publicly Proclaims Heresy And Must Now Be Deposed
Louie Verrecchio explains the unfolding of the events so well, that I suggest you read it on his site directly.
I will, here, make some comment about the significance of the announcement made some days ago: that the letter is, in fact, from the Pope.
I do not care a straw whether this is material, or formal, or Argentinian, or (as it certainly is) satanical heresy. Every Catholic who is interested in avoiding hell must now see the the Pope goes around proclaiming, encouraging, and very soon enforcing heresy.
All those prelates who had thought they could avoid having to take a stance because in their (blinded, or worse) eyes the document was orthodox are now in front of the confirmation, from the very source, that this is not the case. The document is heretical, and the Pope himself states urbi et orbi that there is no other possible interpretation.
From Bishop Schneider (the only one among the Bishops who had the nerve to criticise the document and ask for amendments and clarifications) to Cardinal Burke, every bishop and Cardinal has now the duty to denounce the heretical Pope, and may the Lord save them from hell if they don’t. Cardinal Burke’s position is now particularly embarrassing, as he had dared to even attack those who gave the heretical interpretation (which was and is, papa docet, “the only possible one”) instead of attacking heresy.
Heresy is now officially there, Cardinal Burke! What new excuse, what new fig leaf are you going to find now?
The comparison with Honorius is striking: a letter confirming a heretical position, issued by the Pope himself. It was enough to declare Honorius a heretic. It is more than enough (when added to the other antics of the Evil Clown) to depose Francis.
Some might say that in the same way as Honorius was declared a heretic after his death, so it would be “prudent” to do the same with Francis. This is very wrong.
Firstly, it is evident that in Honorius’ time the bishops were weak, not prudent: Marcellinus was immediately called to answer for his act, amidst the most terrible persecution the Chuch had ever experienced and with the obvious financial, logistic and organisational nightmares; and no “prudence” then. Therefore, it is clear this kind of prudence is the product of weakness. Secondly, the modern age of instant communication allows Francis to spread his heresy far more rapidly than Honorius ever could. The time to act is now.
What happens if the bunch of effeminate cowards we call Bishops and Cardinals do, as widely expected, nothing? We, the faithful, keep denouncing not only the heretical Pope, but them too as his accomplices and enablers. We, the faithful, keep crying out to heaven for an end of this chastisement. We, the faithful, keep doing everything like our forefathers did, refusing to give consent, or follow, or even be silent in front of every new attack to Christ and His Sacrament perpetrated by this abominable man.
Whether Francis is factually deposed or not has no bearing on the fact that we now have an officially, publicly heretical Pope. Those who agree with him – no matter how many – belong to Satan. Those who are silent are Satan’s cowardly accomplices. Those who denounce him as heretic are the people of God.
As the next abyss opens under our feet, we look to heaven, and pray that the Lord may rid us of this Attila soon.