“I Gotta Take This”. The Papacy In The Francis Era.

“Shall I get the iPhone 13?”

Francis did it again. In an almost perfect replay of his stunt months ago, he let people wait as he went away to take a phone call from his mobile.

It really boggles the mind. A Pope going around with a mobile phone in his pocket and telling his people “I got to take this” is one who has not understood anything of his role as a Pope.

Even in a business setting, and at least in Europe, a person who interrupts a conversation with clients to take a phone call would be seen as rude; it would be seen as, the way the German put it, Wichtigtuerei, “making oneself important”.

A President of the United States might have an urgent phone call informing him that aeroplanes have crashed on skyscrapers; but a Pope has no such security concerns.

Even in the improbable case that Francis was expecting a call from his doctor with life-or-death news about his alleged cancer, this is something that certainly could have waited ten minutes.

The general picture is the one we already know: a boorish man with a complete lack of manners or a proper understanding of his role. A man going his way fully uncaring of the way it makes him look, perhaps even enjoying the way it makes him look.

Francis will make himself important, because he can. Nobody will reproach him, much less fire him. They will all have to endure him for as long as he is around.

I can picture this man getting a stroke and dying repeatedly screaming the “F” word, like a mediocre character out of a badly written Hollywood movie. Nothing would be more in tune with now almost 9 years of papacy.

There is nothing papal in him. He just does not do any kind of “popery”. He behaves like the butcher around the corner, or the fish guy at the market. He gives the impression that he has been parachuted in the Vatican without knowing why, buy hey, once there he decided he enjoyed the place.

2022 is the year when we know whether this cancer story and the alleged death sentence is true.

God knows I hope it is, and that his cancer, such as it is real, works like a champ to free us from this disgrace as soon as possible.

Posted on December 22, 2021, in Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Mary Ann Kreitzer

    A pope who insults a large portion of his flock by calling them names would hardly balk at a little rudeness toward everyone else. God help us!

  2. It’s intentional. He has made it his mission to bring low the papacy. Since day one he has made it clear this is part of his mission. He is properly understood as the Destroyer. He’s just running out of ideas, so he has to replay some of them, like the phone bit. Although, he does enjoy putting his papal slipper on the people and shoving their faces into the dirt, and making people wait during a papal audience is surely enjoyable. I can’t comprehend what kind of Catholic would cross the street to even see him. Weird.
    He’s a pathetic old Commie wretch. His schtick is tiresome. Nobody is even taking his recent Mass-destroying efforts seriously. He’s become a joke.

  3. The Amazin’ Man presents us with a mighty challenge: finding enough adjectives to describe his complete lack of dignity and common courtesy. Sadly, I don’t know twenty different languages.
    Wishing you a holy and happy Christmastide, and serenity in the coming year.

  4. Mundabor, Praying for someone to die,is evil, Repent an maybe ask Fr. Z to hear your confession.I would be remiss in my duty not to bring this to your attention, Even if you pray for Pope Francis conversion, God has permitted this.You do not have the right to ask for someone to DIE.
    your friend Joseph.

    • You are not my friend, and you are either ignorant (in which case you need to learn) or in bad faith (in which case you need to repent).
      Maybe you should ask Father Z to hear your confession.
      I would be remiss in my duty not to bring this to your attention.

  5. This “pope” is the beast which works with the antichrist? A heretic just like Tutu? Working FOR the devil? A “wolf in sheep’s clothing”?

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