Laudato Si vs Anni Sacri

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Pope Francis’ just released disgraceful encyclical has, among its extremely numerous vices (see an excerpt of them in my Francis Papers page above, just scroll to the bottom), the one of being strongly influenced by atheist thinking.  

Worse (even) than this, Francis has already given more than a hint (actually, he has screamed from the rooftops, only not in encyclicals yet) that an atheist can be saved by following his conscience (see here and here). 

The Bishop of Rome, unhappily reigning, wants you to believe and profess that atheism can be perfectly fine not only for salvation, but as a general way of thinking. Francis has no qualms whatsoever with people claiming to be “good without God”; he even asks them to send him “good thoughts”, or the like (alas, this time no link…). 

This is today, in the Age of Sodomy.

But how was it before?


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Posted on April 10, 2018, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Wasn’t it around paragraph 102 where the Pope goes into the whole immigration debate with:
    “When a stranger resides with you in your land, you shall not oppress him. The stranger who resides with you shall be to you as the citizen among you; and you shall love him as yourself; for you were strangers in the land of Egypt” (Lev 19:33- 34). This is not a notion invented by some Pope, or a momentary fad. In today’s world too, we are called to follow the path of spiritual wisdom proposed by the prophet Isaiah to show what is pleasing to God. “Is it not to share your bread with the hungry and bring the homeless poor into your house; when you see the naked, to cover him, and not to hide yourself from your own kin? Then your light shall break forth like the dawn” (58:7-8)”

    As an American Catholic I’ve had it with this Pope who wants to remove any notion of border and country and law so that everyone from the tip of Chile through the jungles of Uruguay and Peru to Panama and rolling through Mexico can just walk on in & the USA is on the hook for schooling & extra english as second language classes, section 8 housing, medicaid healthcare, police presence, as basic “rights” not to mention they get cars without insurance so premiums go up for those with insurance, health insurance rates go up on private plans to cover medicaid rates, property taxes go up to cover bonds for new schools needed for extra bodies, already long waiting section 8 housing lists with people who are citizens gets bumped for illegals (yes bumped) leading to the mentally ill living on streets. But the Pope thinks the USA is like Egypt and its citizens should open our doors to anyone willy-nilly inviting total strangers in. Its not enough I give to support the Bishops projects which is supposed to go to their pet projects & since Francis is picking Bishops these days that’s illegals.

  2. sixlittlerabbits

    Could not agree more with you on the stupid and despicable Laudato Si’. Here is a funny summary of the “recyclical”:

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