Miles Christi - 10/01/2017
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Three years with Francis: The Bergoglian deceit The
The fact that a simple layman, wholly unknown and without any special theological expertise, decides to publish a collection of articles which challenge the person occupying the See of Peter could easily be considered a scandalous act by some, and as purely and simply mad by others. And with reason.
Except that that would be well and truly the case in the normal conditions of the life of the Church, but that is far from being the situation today. It would be thus, I agree without hesistation, a scandalous act, insane and worthy of the condemnation of all. Because I would be attacking a true pastor who was guiding Christ's flock to Heaven, faithful to Divine Revelation and acting in accordance with the teaching of the Church. This would, therefore, be unforgiveable if it had as its target a shepherd protecting the sheep from false teachers, if it challenged a Man of God shielding them from predatory wolves wanting to seduce them by their false teachings and to pervert them with their bad examples.
But, in the present situation, that is not the case. Neither close up nor from afar. Not noticing it is akin to not seeing the sun at high noon. Also, in current circumstances, this act of denunciation is not only justified but more particularly necessary. The reason for this is very simple; we are faced with someone who, instead of confirming his brethren in the Faith, spends most of his time shocking them, scandalising them and undermining their faith with a diabiolical frenzy and an astounding boldness. The facts in question, known to all, are so numerous and so flagrant that one could fill entire libraries if one put them all in the annals of the present « pontificate » or if a heroic, penitent scribe got down to drawing up a meticulous chronicle of his pseudo « media magisterium ».
That there is no Catholic God, that it matters little in which religion children are raised, that one can encounter God in any of the vast « spectrum of religions » which exist, that God is not a « magician », but makes use of evolution in order to create, that Jesus did not multiply the loaves and fishes but, rather, taught his disciples the sense of « sharing », that Mary revolted against God at the foot of the Cross and treated Him as a liar, that what the world needs today is an « ecological conversion », that faith and certainty are not compatibile, that happiness consists in « living and letting live », and an unending litany of declarations of the same ilk, absolutely inconceivable from the mouth not only of a pope but quite simply of any Chrisitan at all.
Frightening blasphemies, which attest to a Satanic malice, words of a horrifying impiety uttered by he who passes in the eyes of the world for the « Vicar of Christ » on earth and the « Sovereign Pontiff » of the Catholic Church. Nothing but that. One rubs one's eyes.
In these times of general confusion and of diabolical disorientation, one has to avoid falling into a subtle trap, a false dilemna and a trick of the devil, of feeling torn between, on the one hand, a false obedience, false because turned away from its very raison d'être, and, on the other, the unconditional defence of the insulted Faith. To defy and to discredit legitimate authority is a great fault, highly deserving of condemnation. But to remain silent when faced with a brazen show of the Mystery of Iniquity in the person of a false prophet would be no less so.
When on 13th March 2013, Francis addressed the crowd for the first time, without pontifical vestments, he gave several advance indications of what would happen next. There was first of all his astonishing « buona sera », a profane greeting, never before heard from the mouth of a Sovereign Pontiff, and which gave a sign of his intention to desacralise the Petrine ministry. This impression was confirmed when he bowed down to the crowd, asking it to pray for him before he blessed it, thus implicitly endorsing the revolutionary principle of the sovereignty of the people. Three days later, he renewed the profession of his humanist faith by giving a « silent blessing » to the representatives of the media present in the Salle Paul VI at the Vatican, on the pretext that they were not all Catholics or believers, and that he had to « respect the conscience of everyone ». The scene was already largely set. Subsequent events have only confirmed the symbolic meaning of these early actions, performed by way of an ideological manifesto and a programme of action. This modest collection of articles does not claim to be complete, given the inexhaustible nature of his « media magisterium » which he uses systematically to sow confusion wherever he goes, armed with the prestige which the pontifical investiture confers upon him. Because it is true that the occupant of the Casa Santa Marta has « two horns, like a lamb ». But his language, we must admit, is none other than that of the dragon…
The author, an Argentinian and a former seminarian from the 1980's, holds a degree in Language Sciences and a Master in Philosophy, devoted to the work of St. Thomas Aquinas. Now resident in France for several years, he is a secondary school teacher of Latin and Spanish.