Thursday, October 9, 2014

Black Pope: "There can be more Christian Love in An Irregular Pair, Than in One, Which Has Been Married in the Church"

The White Pope Embraces the Black One, Both
Come From the Jesuit Order
(Rome) Giacomo Galeazzi of Vatican Insider conducted an interview with Father Adolfo Nicolas, Superior General of the approximately 18,000 Jesuits worldwide. The General of the Jesuits provost is also called "Black Pope" because of the contrast to the white robe of the Pope, while the Jesuits have no habit, but wear the cassock of secular priests. At least that's the theory. But above all, for a fourth vow, the Jesuits owe allegiance to the Pope. "There can be a more Christian love in an irregular pair, than in one that was married in the Church,"  Nicolas said at the beginning of the interview. documented the full interview with the Superior General of the Jesuit order, which one of the three synod is participating as a representative of the Catholic Order of the Synod.
Will there be an "aggiornamento" of  family morality?
The free and open discussion is towards change, towards pastoral adaptation to the changing reality of our time.  This is of an epoch-making character, because there are forces  in these years that have attempted to return the Church to before the great season of the Council.
And Communion for the divorced and remarried?
You can not stop them from discussing this in the Synod, as some would like to stop them. The bishops were not summoned to reinforce abstract ideas with the blows of the doctrine, but to seek solutions to specific questions. Significantly, the Pope has participated and many Synod Fathers in their  addresses regarding texts of the Council. Here the Church of hearing is heeding the  expression of the Spirit, which was  hoped  for by Cardinal Martini until the end of his life.
The Conservatives say that the doctrine is in danger ...
It is wrong to make absolutes. Take the case of illegitimate partnerships. It's not like that with a lack of everything is bad. On the contrary, there is something good, where you can not hurt your neighbor. Francis has stressed: "We are all sinners." Life is to be supplied on all fields. Our task is to bring the people of grace, not dismiss them with provisions.  For us Jesuits, it is daily practice.  The Inquisition one  knew exactly this.
In what way?
Our founder, St. Ignatius underwent an examination by the Inquisition a total of eight times, after he had spoken of listening to the Spirit. Then, as now,  the Spirit comes to us again, because He comes from God, but not the rules and norms which, however, are the work of man. The morality of the family and sexuality need kindness and brotherhood. It is not to split it, but to harmonize. You can not evangelize the people, by beating them with the Gospel. Only the decision to focus on Christ,  will keep us from fruitless disputes, to abstract ideological disputes. Defects and imperfections do not invalidate the whole of the evolution of the family in society in recent decades. If there is something negative, it does not mean that everything is negative.
Introduction / Translation: Giuseppe Nardi
image: Vatican Insider
Tans: Tancred


  1. Biblical False Prophet might be a better title......Our Lady of Fatima , Ora Pro Nobis

    1. Fatima is proving increasingly accurate.

  2. Heretical garbage.

  3. "It is wrong to make absolutes." I take it this is an absolutist postion?
    If there can be more "Christian" love in an irregular union than in a sacramental marriage, then is this not a call to improve the practical reality of Catholic marriage rather than simply accepting it on a par with irregular arrangements, or somthing like that?
    My God, I thought the top Jesuit would be a little more, you know, "intellectually formed."

  4. Christian LOVE is to God first! True love flows from this Charity toward God. Without that there is no love at all. None. Therefore without a sacramental Catholic marriage there is no love, no marriage, no nothing that is pleasing to God, only what is pleasing to the people themselves.

    Major FAIL, Black Popey.

  5. @Bridget, ... or a little more Catholic, perhaps? Kyrie eleison!

  6. As Christ said to the woman at the well, "Go and sin no more".

  7. Johannes de SilentioOctober 9, 2014 at 5:41 PM

    Ironic that the same people who tell us that Familiaris Consortio is outdated after thirty-three years seem unable to invoke any other point of reference than a Council that is, comparatively, ancient history. Such selectiveness, of course, is nothing other than bad faith, in all the senses of that phrase.

  8. Down with Pope Francis!!! Out with Pope Francis!!

  9. Saint Mary's Seminary must answer for much.

  10. What -- keeping the Catholic Faith and Priesthood alive -- while the 'Jesuits' descend into perversity? Latest interview of Francis is w/another Argentine degenerate. It is astonishing to me that men (like Dr. Peters & Mirus et al) act just like those in the Roman Republic did when confronted w/degenerates like Nero and Caligula (the problem doesn't exist!). ALL of our leaders are betraying us.

  11. Regardless of his doctorate in Theology from the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome and his many years of priestly formation, the Superior General of the Jesuits is totally confused about this issue. St. Thomas Aquinas defined true love as "to will the good of another". How can it possibly be the "good" of another to profoundly offend Almighty God, with the mortal sin of adultery? This is precisely what Catholics (who have a valid sacramental marriage) do when they divorce/remarry and then engage in sexual activity with their "new" spouse. No matter what human emotions and feelings are involved, this is mortal sin that deeply offends God, who we should love above all creatures.


  13. Yes, indeed. I think the justice of God is beginning to play out.

  14. "There can be a more Christian love in an irregular pair..." This is such a contradictory statement. He doesn't know what he's saying. (Confounded.)

    This is all getting terribly low-level.

    I do wish that St Ignatius of Loyola would come down and appear to the Black Pope and kick some serious butt.

  15. The Jesuit Order needed to be suppressed 40 years ago. It was the Church's vanguard for hundreds of years. Now it is the tool of Satan. The entire order needs to be destroyed.