Make Francis Happy And Pray The Rosary In October

Pope Very Dumb has invited the faithful to pray the Rosary in October, in order to… defend his arrogant ass from the accusations of decent Catholics.

Funny, isn’t it? This the Pope who mocked those who count their rosaries!

But no, do not think for a moment that this guy has any faith in the effects of praying the Rosary. If he did, he would know that the Blessed Virgin was never known as the Helper of Heretics. What the man is trying to do is to put a varnish of wannabe Catholicism on his overweight persona, in the hope of impressing the gullible; of which, one must say, there are less and less around as this Pontificate is disgraced by the increasingly more outlandish behaviour of the guy currently in charge.

Well, the invitation in itself is not wrong, only the motives are.

Make Francis happy.

Pray the Rosary every day for the end of this disgraceful Pontificate.

M

Posted on October 1, 2018, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. T.S. Eliot in “Murder in the Cathedral” summed it up: “The last act is the greatest treason. To do the right deed for the wrong reason.”

  2. Kathleen O'Regan

    He’s always done this, absolutely as long as he has been pope he had done this. I’ve long observed it. He sprinkles Catholicism in with his heresies. If on Monday he comes out with heresy, by Saturday you will hear something Catholic. He’s all things to all people! That is another part of his MO, his being all things to all people. Those who know him say he can say one thing to one person and the exact opposite to another. He’s a man of many words, and he uses them to confound and placate. It works. Look how nothing sticks to him. Never has there been such an obviously divisive and diabolically influenced pope. But he still sits on the Chair of Peter, does he not. None but God can move him.

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