Francis Tries (But Does He?) To Be Orthodox, Fails Miserably

“We are all saved! All of us!”


This unbelievable creature can’t avoid causing scandal even when he is too lazy to… cause scandal. The rot inside him is too strong for the smell to be contained inside even for a short while.

Vatican Radio publishes a short report on Francis’ prayer with the pilgrims from his window.  His initial remarks are clearly Catholic. One understand someone else has written them and Francis is just being too lazy to go expounding on them, so he repeats them verbatim.

However, the rot will out.

The very last words of the quote give us another example of this strange religion Francis keeps peddling to more and more scandalised Catholics (emphasis mine).

Let us make sure that the Cross marks the stages of our Lenten journey, that we might understand more and more [perfectly] the gravity of sin and the value of the sacrifice with which the Redeemer has saved us – all of us.”

Redemption is confused with salvation, and the advent of the Redeemer is now smuggled for universal salvation. Universal salvation directly contradicts the words of Our Lord and makes Catholicism, Christianity, the Sacraments, the very Pope surplus to requirements. No surprise that the man goes on insulting all of them, including past Popes. This is more of that “no one can be condemned, because this is not in the logic of the Gospel” rubbish.   

I have made a huge effort of charity and tried to think whether perhaps Francis has simply tried to be orthodox for once. But what I think has happened is far more simple: he is too lazy to write every little public declaration himself, too heretic to limit himself to reading them out, and too arrogant to renounce to let you know it. 

Pray for the end of this Pontificate, and the return of at least a recognisable Catholic Pope. 



Posted on March 13, 2017, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. Somebody should ask him that since everyone is saved, and because taking religion seriously makes folks rigid and Pelagian, why doesn’t he just sell all the Catholic Church properties, give the money to the poor, and resign. It is hypocritical for him to be in charge of a religion he doesn’t believe in.

  2. I though that his apparent orthodoxy was a crafted damage control exercise. You know on the grounds of, tone it down a bit Bergy, Give them a bit of meat to chew on. That will keep them happy for a while. Cynical?

    • Might well be. However, then he should refrain from serving the poison at the end of the meal.
      I think he just can’t control himself.

  3. This crap has been proclaimed everywhere thanks to VII; if i bought this false theology, i could have stayed Protestant. Jesus clearly taught few make it. (Mt 7:13-14) So many believe they’re going to Heaven because they are good and haven’t murdered anyone. We never hear about sin or confession, only a handful go to confession, yet all receive Eucharist.

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