Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Vatican Speaker: "Pope Speaks for Himself" and Needs no "Speakers" and "Interpreters"

The Pope Speaks for Himself When it Comes to Argentina

(Rome) Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi SJ clarified that in connection with  relations of the Pope to Argentina that Francis "speaks for himself" and needs "no speakers and interpreters." The reason is that there are different voices and interpretations surrounding the political relationship of the Pope to his homeland who  have led to controversy in recent months. Several people tried to act and interpret themselves as the "authentic" disposition on behalf of the Pope.

The clarification of the Vatican spokesman was carried out in an interview with the Argentine radio station FM Milenium. The daily La Nacion reported about it on June 11. The clarification can be read to the effect that Pope Francis quite is disposed in other areas through interpreters and the press secretary says, but this is only true for relations with Argentina. Father Lombardi himself interpreted papal statements in the same interview papal on other topics.

Pope Francis said on the flight back from Lesbos, himself, to a journalist on the question whether the Post-Synodal Letter Amoris Laetitia will change the content of Church practice and doctrine: "I could say now: Yes, and period."  Instead,  the head of the Church directed, as regards the authentic interpretation of Amoris laetitia, that he had commissioned the Archbishop of Vienna, Cardinal Christoph Schönborn with the official presentation of the letter in Rome.

Apart from the official Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi SJ, who himself  makes known, however, that he has only limited access to the Pope and to have information, there is mainly Father Antonio Spadaro SJ, Editor of the Roman Jesuit journal La Civilta Cattolica, indirectly, the journalist Andrea Tornielli and especially the atheist doyen of leftist journalism and Masonic tradition, Eugenio Scalfari, as semi-official Pope spokesman. Previously, there have been no comparable denials that Pope Francis "speaks for himself" and needs no "speaker" and "interpreter." 

Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: La Nacion (Screenshot)
Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Every time Pope Francis opens his mouth all we get is a confusing mess.

Anonymous said...

........A spokesman speaking on behalf of the Holy Father acting as a spokesperson says that the Holy Father doesn't need a spokesman to speak for him and speaks on behalf of himself............... is it just me or is someone having a laugh.

Steve said...

Faithful Catholics are expert interpreters.

Anonymous said...

Right on.

Anonymous said...

I seriously wonder if ole' Lombardi himself has had just about all he can take of the Pope's virtually daily spewing of Lutheranism from the Vatican and from his favored Pontifical Seat of Dogmatic Instruction; the jetplane eisle.

I would actually begin to have some respect fo his personal integrity if the Pope had the guts to just call it quits and stay put in Lund after the coming Celebration of the Great Divorce of the Church. They'd love to have him there and he wouldn't have all those pesky Catholics constantly questioning him about how anyone can remain in grace while pursuing lives expressing the Joy of Love of sodomy, lesbianism and polyandry. Heck, I bet Leonardo di Caprio and some of his buds and galpals would love to come and hang with the "Cool" ex-Pope. You know, check out the Aurora Borealis, guzzle some akvavit and critique the new vestment styles for lesbo-Lutheran Bishopettes. They could all enjoy discussions on the threat to World Peace posed by Traditionalist Catholics and especially those Rosary-praying gals who love to spend Friday evenings kneeling before the Blessed Sacrament.

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Alfredo said...

Exactly the same as all the other now deleted posts:

Pope Francis is a faithful Catholic, therefore, Pope Francis is an expert interpreter. Great syllogism and true because he, like it or not, is Pope and you, Stevie Wonder, are not.


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