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                 July 28, 2013

 

Francis The Apostate: From Revolution To Anarchy

by Thomas A. Droleskey

Tears welled up in my eyes when I read the following passage from Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis The Talking Apostate's "homily" delivered during a staging of the Protestant and Masonic Novus Ordo liturgical service yesterday, Saturday, July 27, 2013, in the Cathedral of Saint Sebastian in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in the presence of the "bishops," priests/presbyters and seminarians that had assembled for the doctrinal, spiritual, liturgical, moral and aesthetic atrocity that is World Youth Day 2013:

3. Called to promote the culture of encounter – Unfortunately, in many places, generally in this economic humanism that prevails in the world, the culture of exclusion, of rejection, is spreading. There is no place for the elderly or for the unwanted child; there is no time for that poor person on the edge of the street. At times, it seems that for some people, human relations are regulated by two modern “dogmas”: efficiency and pragmatism. Dear Bishops, priests, religious and you, seminarians who are preparing for ministry: have the courage to go against the tide. Let us not reject this gift of God which is the one family of his children. Encountering and welcoming everyone, solidarity... this is a word that in this culture is being hidden away, as if it was a swear word... solidarity and fraternity: these are what make our society truly human.

Be servants of communion and of the culture of encounter! Permit me to say that we must be almost obsessive in this matter. We do not want to be presumptuous, imposing “our truths”. What must guide us is the humble yet joyful certainty of those who have been found, touched and transformed by the Truth who is Christ, ever to be proclaimed (cf. Lk 24:13-35). (Petrine Minister to clergy, religious, seminarians: respond to Godís call in 3 ways.)

 

Yes, indeed. Jorge Mario Bergoglio is an insidious little pest, placing concern for the unwanted child (the man has yet to use the word abortion) and the "poor on the street" in the context of the very ethos of the French and Bolshevik Revolutions: solidarity and fraternity.

Although longtime readers of this site are probably sick and tired of seeing the following quotes yet again, they are necessary to include to show how far this insidious little pest and serial offender against the greater honor and glory and majesty of the Most Blessed Trinity is far the mind of the Divine Redeemer as He has discharged It exclusively to the Catholic Church in His Sacred Deposit of Faith:

Everyone should avoid familiarity or friendship with anyone suspected of belonging to masonry or to affiliated groups. Know them by their fruits and avoid them. Every familiarity should be avoided, not only with those impious libertines who openly promote the character of the sect, but also with those who hide under the mask of universal tolerance, respect for all religions, and the craving to reconcile the maxims of the Gospel with those of the revolution. These men seek to reconcile Christ and Belial, the Church of God and the state without God. (Pope Leo XIII, Custodi di Quella Fede, December 8, 1892.)

And now, overwhelmed with the deepest sadness, We ask Ourselves, Venerable Brethren, what has become of the Catholicism of the Sillon? Alas! this organization which formerly afforded such promising expectations, this limpid and impetuous stream, has been harnessed in its course by the modern enemies of the Church, and is now no more than a miserable affluent of the great movement of apostasy being organized in every country for the establishment of a One-World Church which shall have neither dogmas, nor hierarchy, neither discipline for the mind, nor curb for the passions, and which, under the pretext of freedom and human dignity, would bring back to the world (if such a Church could overcome) the reign of legalized cunning and force, and the oppression of the weak, and of all those who toil and suffer.

We know only too well the dark workshops in which are elaborated these mischievous doctrines which ought not to seduce clear-thinking minds. The leaders of the Sillon have not been able to guard against these doctrines. The exaltation of their sentiments, the undiscriminating good-will of their hearts, their philosophical mysticism, mixed with a measure of illuminism, have carried them away towards another Gospel which they thought was the true Gospel of Our Savior. To such an extent that they speak of Our Lord Jesus Christ with a familiarity supremely disrespectful, and that - their ideal being akin to that of the Revolution - they fear not to draw between the Gospel and the Revolution blasphemous comparisons for which the excuse cannot be made that they are due to some confused and over-hasty composition.

We wish to draw your attention, Venerable Brethren, to this distortion of the Gospel and to the sacred character of Our Lord Jesus Christ, God and man, prevailing within the Sillon and elsewhere. As soon as the social question is being approached, it is the fashion in some quarters to first put aside the divinity of Jesus Christ, and then to mention only His unlimited clemency, His compassion for all human miseries, and His pressing exhortations to the love of our neighbor and to the brotherhood of men. True, Jesus has loved us with an immense, infinite love, and He came on earth to suffer and die so that, gathered around Him in justice and love, motivated by the same sentiments of mutual charity, all men might live in peace and happiness. But for the realization of this temporal and eternal happiness, He has laid down with supreme authority the condition that we must belong to His Flock, that we must accept His doctrine, that we must practice virtue, and that we must accept the teaching and guidance of Peter and his successors. Further, whilst Jesus was kind to sinners and to those who went astray, He did not respect their false ideas, however sincere they might have appeared. He loved them all, but He instructed them in order to convert them and save them. Whilst He called to Himself in order to comfort them, those who toiled and suffered, it was not to preach to them the jealousy of a chimerical equality. Whilst He lifted up the lowly, it was not to instill in them the sentiment of a dignity independent from, and rebellious against, the duty of obedience. Whilst His heart overflowed with gentleness for the souls of good-will, He could also arm Himself with holy indignation against the profaners of the House of God, against the wretched men who scandalized the little ones, against the authorities who crush the people with the weight of heavy burdens without putting out a hand to lift them. He was as strong as he was gentle. He reproved, threatened, chastised, knowing, and teaching us that fear is the beginning of wisdom, and that it is sometimes proper for a man to cut off an offending limb to save his body. Finally, He did not announce for future society the reign of an ideal happiness from which suffering would be banished; but, by His lessons and by His example, He traced the path of the happiness which is possible on earth and of the perfect happiness in heaven: the royal way of the Cross. These are teachings that it would be wrong to apply only to one's personal life in order to win eternal salvation; these are eminently social teachings, and they show in Our Lord Jesus Christ something quite different from an inconsistent and impotent humanitarianism.

As for you, Venerable Brethren, carry on diligently with the work of the Saviour of men by emulating His gentleness and His strength. Minister to every misery; let no sorrow escape your pastoral solicitude; let no lament find you indifferent. But, on the other hand, preach fearlessly their duties to the powerful and to the lowly; it is your function to form the conscience of the people and of the public authorities. The social question will be much nearer a solution when all those concerned, less demanding as regards their respective rights, shall fulfill their duties more exactingly.

Moreover, since in the clash of interests, and especially in the struggle against dishonest forces, the virtue of man, and even his holiness are not always sufficient to guarantee him his daily bread, and since social structures, through their natural interplay, ought to be devised to thwart the efforts of the unscrupulous and enable all men of good will to attain their legitimate share of temporal happiness, We earnestly desire that you should take an active part in the organization of society with this objective in mind. And, to this end, whilst your priests will zealously devote efforts to the sanctification of souls, to the defense of the Church, and also to works of charity in the strict sense, you shall select a few of them, level-headed and of active disposition, holders of Doctors’ degrees in philosophy and theology, thoroughly acquainted with the history of ancient and modern civilizations, and you shall set them to the not-so-lofty but more practical study of the social science so that you may place them at the opportune time at the helm of your works of Catholic action. However, let not these priests be misled, in the maze of current opinions, by the miracles of a false Democracy. Let them not borrow from the Rhetoric of the worst enemies of the Church and of the people, the high-flown phrases, full of promises; which are as high-sounding as unattainable. Let them be convinced that the social question and social science did not arise only yesterday; that the Church and the State, at all times and in happy concert, have raised up fruitful organizations to this end; that the Church, which has never betrayed the happiness of the people by consenting to dubious alliances, does not have to free herself from the past; that all that is needed is to take up again, with the help of the true workers for a social restoration, the organisms which the Revolution shattered, and to adapt them, in the same Christian spirit that inspired them, to the new environment arising from the material development of yesterday’s society. Indeed, the true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries, nor innovators: they are traditionalists. (Pope Saint Pius X, Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910.)

 

These two quotations are direct rebukes to everything that Jorge Mario Bergoglio believes, preaches and practices.

Permit me to make two rather lengthy principal points based on the quotations just cited.

First, Pope Leo XIII, simply reiterating the constant teaching of the Catholic Church dating back to the Apostles themselves, explained that the Catholic Church does not render marks of respect to false religions. While she will treat adherents of such false religions with kindness as long they do not offend the good order of society or seek to propagate their false beliefs publicly, she does so not to reaffirm them in their false beliefs or to pay any kind of homage or veneration, whether private of public, to their places of false worship and to the idols they adore so sacrilegiously. She sees in every human being the Divine impress as she seeks with great urgency the unconditional conversion of all non-Catholics to the true Faith.

Yet it is that Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis is a man who shows great marks of respect to adherents of false religions and believes that they do indeed have a "right from God" to propagate their blasphemous falsehoods publicly in the name of the heresy of "religious liberty" that has been condemned by one true pope after another prior to the dawning of the age of conciliarism with the "election" of Angelo Roncalli/John XXIII on October 28, 1958. Bergoglio/Francis did so just yesterday, Friday, July 26, 2013, the Feast of Saint Anne, during his "meditation" on the carefully choreographed piece of revolutionary propaganda that billed itself most blasphemously, of course, as a representation of the Way of the Cross, insinuating that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ is in "solidarity" with those who suffer for whatever religion they adhere to without distinction:

On the Cross, Jesus is united with every person who suffers from hunger in a world where tons of food are thrown out each day; on the Cross, Jesus is united with those who are persecuted for their religion, for their beliefs or simply for the color of their skin; on the Cross, Jesus is united with so many young people who have lost faith in political institutions, because they see in them only selfishness and corruption; he unites himself with those young people who have lost faith in the Church, or even in God because of the counter-witness of Christians and ministers of the Gospel. The Cross of Christ bears the suffering and the sin of mankind, including our own. (Way of the Cross with the young people on the waterfront of Copacabana.)

 

This is what Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Himself taught about being persecuted for His sake, not for the sake of ourselves or an adherence to some "belief," whether that of a false religion or philosophical/ideological system:

[11] Blessed are ye when they shall revile you, and persecute you, and speak all that is evil against you, untruly, for my sake: [12] Be glad and rejoice, for your reward is very great in heaven. For so they persecuted the prophets that were before you. (Matthew 5: 11-12.)

 

Would Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis consider the following examples of canonized saints mocking the idols of false religions as a "persecution" of others for their "religion" or "beliefs"?

The castle called Cassino is situated upon the side of a high mountain which riseth in the air about three miles so that it seemed to touch the very heavens. On Monte Cassino stood an old temple where Apollo was worshiped by the foolish country people, according to the custom of the ancient heathen. Round about it, likewise grew groves, in which even until that time, the mad multitude of infidels offered their idolatrous sacrifices. The man of God, coming to that place, broke down the idol, overthrew the altar, burnt the groves and of the temple made a chapel of St. Martin; and where the profane altar had stood, he built a chapel of St. John and, by continual preaching converted many of the people thereabout.

But the old enemy, not bearing this silently, did present himself in the sight of the Father and with great cries complained of the violence he suffered, in so much that the brethren heard him, though they could see nothing. For, as the venerable Father told his disciples, the wicked fiend represented himself to his sight all on fire and, with flaming mouth and flashing eyes, seemed to rage against him. And they they all heard what he said, for first he called him by name, and when the make of God would make no answer, he fell to reviling him. And whereas before he cried, "Benedict, Benedict," and saw he could get no answer, then he cried, "Maledict, not Benedict, what hast thou to do with me, and why dost thou persecute me?" (Pope Saint Gregory the Great, The Life of Saint Benedict, republished by TAN Books and Publishers in 1995, pp. 24-25.)

Then it was that this holy man saw that the time, ordained by God's providence, had come for him to found a family of religious men and to mold them to the perfection of the Gospels. He began under most favorable auspices. "For in those parts he had gathered together a great many in the service of God, so that by the assistance of Our Lord Jesus Christ he built there 12 monasteries, in each of which he put 12 monks with their Superiors, and retained a few with himself whom he thought to instruct further".

But while things started very favorably, as We said, and yielded rich and salutary results, promising still greater in the future, Our saint with the greatest grief of soul, saw a storm breaking over the growing harvest, which an envious spirit had provoked and desires of earthly gain had stirred up. Since Benedict was prompted by divine and not human counsel, and feared lest the envy which had been aroused mainly against himself should wrongfully recoil on his followers, "he let envy take its course, and after he had disposed of the oratories and other buildings -- leaving in them a competent number of brethren with superiors -- he took with him a few monks and went to another place". Trusting in God and relying on His ever present help, he went south and arrived at a fort "called Cassino situated on the side of a high mountain . . .; on this stood an old temple where Apollo was worshipped by the foolish country people, according to the custom of the ancient heathens. Around it likewise grew groves, in which even till that time the mad multitude of infidels used to offer their idolatrous sacrifices. The man of God coming to that place broke the idol, overthrew the altar, burned the groves, and of the temple of Apollo made a chapel of St. Martin. Where the profane altar had stood he built a chapel of St. John; and by continual preaching he converted many of the people thereabout".

Cassino, as all know, was the chief dwelling place and the main theater of the Holy Patriarch's virtue and sanctity. From the summit of this mountain, while practically on all sides ignorance and the darkness of vice kept trying to overshadow and envelop everything, a new light shone, kindled by the teaching and civilization of old and further enriched by the precepts of Christianity; it illumined the wandering peoples and nations, recalled them to truth and directed them along the right path. Thus indeed it may be rightly asserted that the holy monastery built there was a haven and shelter of highest learning and of all the virtues, and in those very troubled times was, "as it were, a pillar of the Church and a bulwark of the faith". (Pope Pius XII, Fulgens Radiatur, March 21, 1947.)

 

Saint Benedict did not show "respect" for false religions. He smashed the altars of false religions which He knew were being used to worship the devil and thus to mock the Most Blessed Trinity. He did not engage in "dialogue" whatsoever. No, he was zealous in behalf of eliminating that which was odious in the sight of God and harmful to souls.

So was Saint Boniface, the Protomartyr of Germany:

When by the grace and favor of God this very important task was done, Boniface did not allow himself his well-earned rest. In spite of the fact that he was already burdened by so many cares, and was feeling now his advanced age and realizing that his health was almost broken by so many labors, he prepared himself eagerly for a new and no less difficult enterprise. He turned his attention again to Friesland, that Friesland which had been the first goal of his apostolic travels, where he had later on labored so much. Especially in the northern regions this land was still enveloped in the darkness of pagan error. Zeal that was still youthful led him there to bring forth new sons to Jesus Christ and to bring Christian civilization to new peoples. For he earnestly desired "that in leaving this world he might receive his reward there where he had first begun his preaching and entered upon his meritorious career." Feeling that his mortal life was drawing to a close, he confided his presentiment to his dear disciple, Bishop Lullus, and asserted that he did not want to await death in idleness. "I yearn to finish the road before me; I cannot call myself back from the path I have chosen. Now the day and hour of my death is at hand. For now I leave the prison of the body and go to my eternal reward. My dear son, . . . insist in turning the people from the paths of error, finish the construction of the basilica already begun at Fulda and there bring my body which has aged with the passage of many years.

When he and his little band had taken departure from the others, "he traveled through all Friesland, ceaselessly preaching the word of God, banishing pagan rites and extirpating immoral heathen customs. With tremendous energy he built churches and overthrew the idols of the temples. He baptized thousands of men, women and children." After he had arrived in the northern regions of Friesland and was about to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation to a large number of newly baptized converts, a furious mob of pagans suddenly attacked and threatened to kill them with deadly spears and swords. Then the holy prelate serenely advanced and "forbade his followers to resist, saying, 'Cease fighting, my children, for we are truly taught by Scripture not to return evil for evil, but rather good. The day we have long desired is now at hand; the hour of our death has come of its own accord. Take strength in the Lord, . . . be courageous and do not be afraid of those who kill the body, for they cannot slay an immortal soul. Rejoice in the Lord, fix the anchor of hope in God, Who will immediately give you an eternal reward and a place in the heavenly court with the angelic choirs'." All were encouraged by these words to embrace martyrdom. They prayed and turned their eyes and hearts to heaven where they hoped to receive soon an eternal reward, and then fell beneath the onslaught of their enemies, who stained with blood the bodies of those who fell in the happy combat of the saints." At the moment of this martyrdom, Boniface, who was to be beheaded by the sword, "placed the sacred book of the Gospels upon his head as the sword threatened, that he might receive the deadly stroke under it and claim its protection in death, whose reading he loved in life. (Pope Pius XII, Ecclesiae Fastos, June 5, 1954.)

 

Saint Francis Xavier had a slightly different understanding of "encounter" than does Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis. Yes, you, see Saint Francis Xavier encountered temples of false religions and encouraged his converts to destroy them. Just a little different, wouldn't you say?

As to the numbers who become Christians, you may understand them from this, that it often happens to me to be hardly able to use my hands from the fatigue of baptizing: often in a single day I have baptized whole villages. Sometimes I have lost my voice and strength altogether with repeating again and again the Credo and the other forms. The fruit that is reaped by the baptism of infants, as well as by the instruction of children and others, is quite incredible. These children, I trust heartily, by the grace of God, will be much better than their fathers. They show an ardent love for the Divine law, and an extraordinary zeal for learning our holy religion and imparting it to others. Their hatred for idolatry is marvellous. They get into feuds with the heathen about it, and whenever their own parents practise it, they reproach them and come off to tell me at once. Whenever I hear of any act of idolatrous worship, I go to the place with a large band of these children, who very soon load the devil with a greater amount of insult and abuse than he has lately received of honor and worship from their parents, relations, and acquaintances. The children run at the idols, upset them, dash them down, break them to pieces, spit on them, trample on them, kick them about, and in short heap on them every possible outrage. (St. Francis Xavier: Letter from India, to the Society of Jesus at Rome, 1543.)

We have in these parts a class of men among the pagans who are called Brahmins. They keep up the worship of the gods, the superstitious rites of religion, frequenting the temples and taking care of the idols. They are as perverse and wicked a set as can anywhere be found, and I always apply to them the words of holy David, "from an unholy race and a wicked and crafty man deliver me, O Lord." They are liars and cheats to the very backbone. Their whole study is, how to deceive most cunningly the simplicity and ignorance of the people. They give out publicly that the gods command certain offerings to be made to their temples, which offerings are simply the things that the Brahmins themselves wish for, for their own maintenance and that of their wives, children, and servants. Thus they make the poor folk believe that the images of their gods eat and drink, dine and sup like men, and some devout persons are found who really offer to the idol twice a day, before dinner and supper, a certain sum of money. The Brahmins eat sumptuous meals to the sound of drums, and make the ignorant believe that the gods are banqueting. When they are in need of any supplies, and even before, they give out to the people that the gods are angry because the things they have asked for have not been sent, and that if the people do not take care, the gods will punish them by slaughter, disease, and the assaults of the devils. And the poor ignorant creatures, with the fear of the gods before them, obey them implicitly. These Brahmins have barely a tincture of literature, but they make up for their poverty in learning by cunning and malice. Those who belong to these parts are very indignant with me for exposing their tricks. Whenever they talk to me with no one by to hear them they acknowledge that they have no other patrimony but the idols, by their lies about which they procure their support from the people. They say that I, poor creature as I am, know more than all of them put together.

They often send me a civil message and presents, and make a great complaint when I send them all back again. Their object is to bribe me to connive at their evil deeds. So they declare that they are convinced that there is only one God, and that they will pray to Him for me. And I, to return the favor, answer whatever occurs to me, and then lay bare, as far as I can, to the ignorant people whose blind superstitions have made them their slaves, their imposture and tricks, and this has induced many to leave the worship of the false gods, and eagerly become Christians. If it were not for the opposition of the Brahmins, we should have them all embracing the religion of Jesus Christ. (St. Francis Xavier: Letter from India, to the Society of Jesus at Rome, 1543.)

My own and only Father in the Heart of Christ, I think that the many letters from this place which have lately been sent to Rome will inform you how prosperously the affairs of religion go on in these parts, through your prayers and the good bounty of God. But there seem to be certain things which I ought myself to speak about to you; so I will just touch on a few points relating to these parts of the world which are so distant from Rome. In the first place, the whole race of the Indians, as far as I have been able to see, is very barbarous; and it does not like to listen to anything that is not agreeable to its own manners and customs, which, as I say, are barbarous. It troubles itself very little to learn anything about divine things and things which concern salvation. Most of the Indians are of vicious disposition, and are adverse to virtue. Their instability, levity, and inconstancy of mind are incredible; they have hardly any honesty, so inveterate are their habits of sin and cheating. We have hard work here, both in keeping the Christians up to the mark and in converting the heathen. And, as we are your children, it is fair that on this account you should take great care of us and help us continually by your prayers to God. You know very well what a hard business it is to teach people who neither have any knowledge of God nor follow reason, but think it a strange and intolerable thing to be told to give up their habits of sin, which have now gained all the force of nature by long possession. Saint Francis Xavier, Letter on the Missions,  to St. Ignatius de Loyola, 1549.)

 

Saint Francis worked as a Catholic, not as a conciliar revolutionary who believes that the Catholic Church and false religions that worship the devil must "peacefully coexist." He did not believe in "dialogue, dialogue, dialogue" as Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis always does, doing so in a most emphatic way yesterday, Saturday, July 27, 2013, the Feast of the Humility of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Commemoration of Saint Pantaleon, when he addressed the civil, "religious" and social leaders of Brazil:

To fill out this reflection, in addition to an integral humanism which respects cultural distinctiveness and fraternal responsibility, I consider essential for facing the present moment: constructive dialogue. Between selfish indifference and violent protest there is always another possible option: that of dialogue. Dialogue between generations, dialogue with the people, because we are all people, the capacity to give and receive, while remaining open to the truth. A country grows when constructive dialogue occurs between its many rich cultural components: popular culture, university culture, youth culture, art, technology, economic culture, family culture and media culture, when they are in dialogue with each other. It is impossible to imagine a future for society without a significant contribution of moral energies within a democratic order which will always be tempted to remain caught up in the interplay of vested interests. A basic contribution in this regard is made by the great religious traditions, which play a fruitful role as a leaven of society and a life-giving force for democracy. Peaceful coexistence between different religions is favoured by the laicity of the state, which, without appropriating any one confessional stance, respects and esteems the presence of the religious dimension in society, while fostering its more concrete expressions.

When leaders in various fields ask me for advice, my response is always the same: dialogue, dialogue, dialogue. It is the only way for individuals, families and societies to grow, the only way for the life of peoples to progress, along with the culture of encounter, a culture in which all have something good to give and all can receive something good in return. Others always have something to give me, if we know how to approach them in a spirit of openness and without prejudice. I call this attitude of openness and availability without prejudice, social humility, and it is this that favours dialogue. Only in this way can understanding grow between cultures and religions, mutual esteem without needless preconceptions, respectful of the rights of everyone. today, either we stand together with the culture of dialogue and encounter, or we all loose, we all loose; from here we can take the right road that makes the journey fruitful and secure. (My advice is always “dialogue, dialogue, dialogue.)

 

Perhaps it is useful to quote again from Pope Leo XIII's Custodi di Quella Fede, December 8, 1892, to see how this is all completely condemned:

Everyone should avoid familiarity or friendship with anyone suspected of belonging to masonry or to affiliated groups. Know them by their fruits and avoid them. Every familiarity should be avoided, not only with those impious libertines who openly promote the character of the sect, but also with those who hide under the mask of universal tolerance, respect for all religions, and the craving to reconcile the maxims of the Gospel with those of the revolution. These men seek to reconcile Christ and Belial, the Church of God and the state without God. (Pope Leo XIII, Custodi di Quella Fede, December 8, 1892.)

 

Even Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II, who did show great respect for false religions and believed in "dialogue" and "encounter" (see Another Day In The Life Of An Antichrist and Two For The Price Of One, part two) would speak, albeit in the language of conciliarism, about the surgical execution of the innocent preborn when addressing civil leaders. Not so Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis. Not so Francis the Talking Apostate.

All right.

Enough on the first point of this article. This should be enough to demonstrate that the very mind of the current "Petrine Minister" of the counterfeit church of conciliarism is alien to that of the Divine Redeemer, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, Whose very Social Kingship has been rejected by the conciliar "popes" in favor of "dialogue, dialogue, dialogue."

Second, Pope Saint Pius X taught us in Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910, that the Catholic Church "has never betrayed the happiness of the people by consenting to dubious alliances, does not have to free herself from the past." Yet that is precisely what Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis claims is necessary. It is a desire that he has expressed with great urgency repeatedly during his daily sessions of his Ding Dong School Of Apostasy at the Casa Santa Marta and it is what he encourages every time he says that he does want a "church that is closed in on itself," a church that must "go out of itself" and that its "structures" must be "reformed" in order to "go out onto the streets."

This was what Francis the Egregious Heretic and Revolutionary wants of his "bishops," priests/presbyters and seminarians and it is what he wants of the young Catholics who are gathered for World Youth Day, something that he made clear yesterday, Friday, July 26, 2013, the Feast of Saint Anne, during an unscheduled addressed to the youth of Argentina, which he delivered in his native Spanish language:

Let me tell you what I hope will be the outcome of World Youth Day: I hope there will be noise.  Here there will be noise, I’m quite sure.  Here in Rio there will be plenty of noise, no doubt about that.  But I want you to make yourselves heard in your dioceses, I want the noise to go out, I want the Church to go out onto the streets, I want us to resist everything worldly, everything static, everything comfortable, everything to do with clericalism, everything that might make us closed in on ourselvesThe parishes, the schools, the institutions are made for going out ... if they don’t, they become an NGO, and the Church cannot be an NGO.  May the bishops and priests forgive me if some of you create a bit of confusion afterwards.  That’s my advice.  Thanks for whatever you can do.

Look, at this moment, I think our world civilization has gone beyond its limits, it has gone beyond its limits because it has made money into such a god that we are now faced with a philosophy and a practice which exclude the two ends of life that are most full of promise for peoples.  They exclude the elderly, obviously.  You could easily think there is a kind of hidden euthanasia, that is, we don’t take care of the elderly; but there is also a cultural euthanasia, because we don’t allow them to speak, we don’t allow them to act.  And there is the exclusion of the young.  The percentage of our young people without work, without employment, is very high and we have  a generation with no experience of the dignity gained through work.  This civilization, in other words, has led us to exclude the two peaks that make up our future.  As for the young, they must emerge, they must assert themselves, the young must go out to fight for values, to fight for these values; and the elderly must open their mouths, the elderly must open their mouths and teach us!  Pass on to us the wisdom of the peoples! (Meeting with the youth from Argentina gathered in the Cathedral of San Sebastian.)

 

Fight for values?

What values?

Values?

What about the Catholic Faith?

What about Christ the King?

No, Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis wants the young to make some "noise" in a supposed effort to serve the elderly and the poor as they reject everything "static, everything comfortable, everything thing to do with clericalism, everything that might make us closed in on ourselves." In other words, Bergoglio/Francis believes wants to introduce disorder and chaos, anarchy, if you will, in order to further advance his revolution against the Catholic Faith in the name of "saving" the poor and the elderly and the unwanted. As was noted a few days ago, with Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis, his "faith" is Social Work First, Social Work Last, Social Work Only.

We can see what Bergoglio/Francis's rejection of everything "static" has produced in the past fifty-five years. It, and nothing else, has caused the emptying of the pews in formerly Catholic churches that this heretical blasphemer blamed on the "rigidity" of existing church "structures" when addressing the Brazilian "bishops" yesterday, Saturday, July 26, 2013, even managing to take an not-so-subtle swipe at the "intellectualism" of his predecessor, His Apostateness, Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI:

Dear brothers, the results of our pastoral work do not depend on a wealth of resources, but on the creativity of love. To be sure, perseverance, effort, hard work, planning and organization all have their place, but first and foremost we need to realize that the Church’s power does not reside in herself; it is hidden in the deep waters of God, into which she is called to cast her nets.


Another lesson which the Church must constantly recall is that she cannot leave simplicity behind; otherwise she forgets how to speak the language of Mystery. Not only does she herself remain outside the door of the mystery, but she proves incapable of approaching those who look to the Church for something which they themselves cannot provide, namely, God himself. At times we lose people because they don’t understand what we are saying, because we have forgotten the language of simplicity and import an intellectualism foreign to our people. Without the grammar of simplicity, the Church loses the very conditions which make it possible “to fish” for God in the deep waters of his Mystery. (Are we still a Church capable of warming hearts?)

 

Before commenting on this, permit me to provide you with a link to prove that the conciliar "bishops" of Brazil (as well as those from elsewhere in the world gathered in Rio de Janeiro at this time) are far from being static. No, these guys have learned to do the "wave:" Apostates dance to a new tune. They are not static at all. Neither is the false religion they share with their neighbor from Argentina.

We can see from Jorge Mario Bergoglio/Francis's whole being radiates anti-intellectualism. He hates the Scholasticism of Saint Thomas Aquinas, preferring to wrap himself up in the sanctimonious mantle of a concern for the "poor" that he wants to transmit to the Catholic youth who believe him to be a true and legitimate Successor of Saint Peter by rejecting the "static" and urging them to make "trouble" for the local "bishops" as the means to destroy the last remaining vestiges of Catholicism in the conciliar church. As a true revolutionary, Bergoglio/Francis wants anarchy, disorder, chaos, confusion and dialogue to replace the last bastions hierarchy, order, structure and obedience.

By urging the young Catholics to cause problems and to make some "noise," Bergoglio/Francis is thus demonstrating that he rejects the very simple fact that Holy Mother Church is of her very divine nature a reflection of her Divine Founder and Invisible Head. Hierarchy, permanence, stability and order are just part of the Divine Constitution of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. Bergoglio/Francis believes in antichurch, a counterchurch as he is but figure of Antichrist, replete with a fawning popularity from those who are responding to his "message" of a "church" without doctrines, a church that needs to break out from its "past," a church that just needs to "encounter" others and to "dialogue" with them in fraternal solidarity. He is far, far more dangerous than any of his predecessors in the counterfeit church of conciliarism, including Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II.

Contrary to what Bergoglio the Anti-Thomist contends, orderliness in the world is of the essence of God and thus one of the proofs from reason that He exists:

 

The fifth proof arises from the ordering of things for we see that some things which lack reason, such as natural bodies, are operated in accordance with a plan. It appears from this that they are operated always or the more frequently in this same way the closer they follow what is the Highest; whence it is clear that they do not arrive at the result by chance but because of a purpose. The things, moreover, that do not have intelligence do not tend toward a result unless directed by some one knowing and intelligent; just as an arrow is sent by an archer. Therefore there is something intelligent by which all natural things are arranged in accordance with a plan---and this we call God.

In response to the first objection, then, I reply what Augustine says; that since God is entirely good, He would permit evil to exist in His works only if He were so good and omnipotent that He might bring forth good even from the evil. It therefore pertains to the infinite goodness of God that he permits evil to exist and from this brings forth good.

My reply to the second objection is that since nature is ordered in accordance with some defined purpose by the direction of some superior agent, those things that spring from nature must be dependent upon God, just as upon a first cause. Likewise, what springs from a proposition must be traceable to some higher cause which is not the human reason or will, because this is changeable and defective and everything changeable and liable to non-existence is dependent upon some unchangeable first principle that is necessarily self-existent as has been shown. (Saint Thomas Aquinas: Reasons in Proof of the Existence of God.)

The very counterfeit church of conciliarism which Bergoglio/Francis heads specializes that which is disorderly, ugly, ignoble and chaotic, characteristics that have displayed in World Youth Day 2013, which has been and continues to be one of the most shocking displays of profanity, immodesty, indecency and anti-liturgical presentations ever staged by its producers. These are the direct opposite of the beauty Who is God:

The fourth proof arises from the degrees that are found in things. For there is found a greater and a less degree of goodness, truth, nobility, and the like. But more or less are terms spoken of various things as they approach in diverse ways toward something that is the greatest, just as in the case of hotter (more hot) which approaches nearer the greatest heat. There exists therefore something that is the truest, and best, and most noble, and in consequence, the greatest being. For what are the greatest truths are the greatest beings, as is said in the Metaphysics Bk. II. 2. What moreover is the greatest in its way, in another way is the cause of all things of its own kind (or genus); thus fire, which is the greatest heat, is the cause of all heat, as is said in the same book (cf. Plato and Aristotle). Therefore there exists something that is the cause of the existence of all things and of the goodness and of every perfection whatsoever---and this we call God. (Saint Thomas Aquinas: Reasons in Proof of the Existence of God.)

 

Anyone still possessed with the sensus Catholicus looking at the hideous displays of the past few days, including what was called the "Way of the Cross" and the "Eucharistic Vigil," would know that World Youth Day 2013 nothing of goodness, truth, nobility and the like could be seen in Rio de Janeiro.

This gets us back in the last place to Bergoglio/Francis's exhortation to the "bishops," priests/presbyters and seminarians at the Cathedral of San Sebastian earlier yesterday, Saturday, July 27, 2013, to avoid being "presumptuous, imposing 'our truths.'"

First of all, truth is not "imposed."

Natural truth exists in the nature of things created by God, Who is truth. The law of gravity is not "imposed" upon us. It exists. Truth of any kind is not "imposed." It exists. It does not depend upon human acceptance for its binding force or validity.

Supernatural truths exist as they part of the very nature of God Himself, Who has revealed Himself to us. We believe what He has revealed without question because, as we pray every day in the Act Faith, He can neither deceive nor be deceived.

Our Lord proclaimed Himself to be the Son of God made Man. For this, of course, He was hated by the Jews, whose Talmudic descendants still hate Him yesterday as reject and make war upon His Sacred Divinity.

The Apostles proclaimed Our Lord to an unbelieving world.

So did our martyrs and great missionaries.

Catholics do not "impose" anything upon anyone else. They merely proclaim the truths of the Divine Redeemer as they give no quarter to falsehoods of any kind.

Saint Dominic de Guzman, who was given the Holy Rosary by Our Lady herself to fight the Albigensians heresy, instilled in his spiritual sons a deep hatred of all error, something that Sister Mary Jean Dorcy, O.P., relates in Saint Dominic:

 

On the day that he sent his most talented delegation to Paris at the dispersal, Dominic laid the first foundation-stone of the Scholastic edifice that was to produce St. Albert the Great, St. Thomas Aquinas, and the long line of lesser luminaries which have brightened the world since their day. A scholar and man of heavenly learning, he was himself to spend his sort life in apostolic preaching, far from the shelter of schools, but he laid the foundations for the professional skill in the queen of sciences which flowered so soon after his death in the work of St. Thomas. Dominic chose the university towns by preference, and worked among the teachers and students, knowing them to be a formative element in the thought of the time. In his lifetime battle against error, he saw both sides of the coin; to counteract lies, one must know the truth. So strongly was this zeal for training in theology to remain among his sons that even during the troubled seventeenth century, when England, Ireland, and all the missions of the Orient were daily giving martyrs to the Church, the Dominicans never slacked in their training for the men who went to these dangerous missions. A Dominican might be picked up at the dock in London or pulled or a junk in the harbor of Kagoshima and martyred before he could strike one blow on the missions; yet his training was just as thorough as he would spend his life teaching at the University of Salamanaca This dogged devotion to truth which cost so many lives was a direct inheritance from a father to whom truth was the most beautiful thing on earth. The centuries have proved that Dominic was right and that the truth shall prevail. One of Cromwell's minions wrote plaintively to his chief that "ye Dominicans are extremely hard to call." In spite of murderous efforts to on the part of tyrants from Ezzelino to Stalin, the Dominicans keep springing up again, like dandelions in the lawn. What a powerful incentive force must have been the personality of that man of long ago, who passed on this divine stubbornness to his children! (Sister Mary Jean Dorcy, O.P., Saint Dominic. Published originally by B. Herder Book Company, St. Louis, Missouri, in 1959 and republished by TAN Books and Publishers in 1982, pp. 157-158.)

Yes, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, you revolutionary who desires to foment theological, liturgical and pastoral anarchy, the Catholic truth is the sole repository of each of the supernatural truths of the Holy Catholic Faith that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour has deposited exclusively in the Catholic Church.

Yes, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, the very "stubbornness" and "rigidity" you keep lambasting as vices are virtues when used in defense of the truth to uproot errors such as those in which you believe and those you  have propagated throughout the course of your pretended life as a "priest," "bishop" and "Petrine Minister."

We must be stubborn, ladies and gentlemen, in defense of the truths of the Catholic Faith that are under such egregious attack now in Rio de Janeiro. We must also be stubborn in our defense of the truth that The Chair is Still Empty.

As Pope Saint Pius X reminded us in Notre Charge Apostolique:

Indeed, the true friends of the people are neither revolutionaries, nor innovators: they are traditionalists. (Pope Saint Pius X, Notre Charge Apostolique, August 15, 1910.)

 

Let us make reparation for our own sins as the consecrated slaves of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary as we seek also to make reparation for the sins of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his band of conciliar revolutionaries who are intent are fomenting anarchy and noise, which are to be found in Hell and not the glories of Heaven.

May our Rosaries of reparation help in some small way to console the good God in this time of apostasy and betrayal as we pray for and wait the Triumph of Our Lady's Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.

Vivat Christus Rex! Viva Cristo Rey!

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.

Saints Nazarius, Celsus, Innocent and Victor, pray for us.

See also: A Litany of Saints

 





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