Saturday, November 11, 2023

It’s OK When Bergoglio and His Leftist Friends Insult the Pope

Edit: remember when Benedict XVI and Johnn Paul VI “fired” bishops who disagreed with them?  

Bergoglio can’t even fire German bishops of the Sondwerweg, who challenge his authority, but when an Texan from the provinces challenges him, we’ll that’s another matter.

It certainly didn’t happen in the case of the evil German episcopate, or the evil Canadian bishops who sputtered their own allegiance to Satan in the Winnipeg Statement, effectively spitting in Paul IV’s face.

I guess it was just collegiality when Bergoglio insulted Benedict XVI for justifiably calling out bloodthirsty Mohammedans in the Regensburg Speech. Oh how he would be vindicated in the wake of Bataclan Massacre and the Manchester Bombing almost a decade later but he didn’t get a lot of credit for naming them accurately, did he? 

Bergoglio is an insufferable hypocrite.

[Torygraph] I’m 2005, then Pope Benedict quoted from an obscure medieval text which declared that the Prophet Mohammed, founder of the Islamic faith, was "evil and inhuman", enraging the Muslim population and causing attacks on churches throughout the world before an apology was issued. 

 Reacting within days to the statements, speaking through a spokesman to Newsweek Argentina, then Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio declared his "unhappiness" with the statements, made at the University of Regensburg in Germany, and encouraged many of his subordinates with the Church to do the same.

 "Pope Benedict's statement don't reflect my own opinions", the then Archbishop of Buenos Aires declared. "These statements will serve to destroy in 20 seconds the careful construction of a relationship with Islam that Pope John Paul II built over the last twenty years".


Anonymous said...

God bless and protect pope Francis

Tancred said...

May God reward Benedict XVI for having to put up with the tyrannous Bergoglio and his haughty clique of wolves.

Ben Watson said...

Benedict was the worst pope for ushering in Franny & and his merry band of queers.

Conrad Metz said...

JP II and Benedict XVI were absolute monarchs who were terrified of having to face the challenges of leading the Church effectively in an age not their own. Both were frozen in another world. Both lost their nerve when the bishops of Vatican II began to apply its reforms and when the world underwent revolutionary social transformation in the 60s.

When they took control of the Church in the late 70s, they took it back over a hundred years. The Church in the US was already going backwards and is now about 140 years behind genuine renewal.

Pope Francis has begun the arduous task of leading the entire Church back on the track of deep systemic reform charted by the Vatican II bishops.

It's no wonder that reactionaries like Mueller, Genghis Schneider, Strickland and their lay disciples have been working to undermine Pope Francis. They are people after the heart of Alfredo Ottaviani whose episcopal motto was 'Semper Idem' ('Same as ever'; 'Nothing changes').

What they fear losing is the culture of entitlement, kowtowing, privilege and bling that goes with it.

Anonymous said...

Hi Conrad, you can marry your boyfriend in a civil ceremony, why do you also want to homosexualise the church?

Anonymous said...

Your "Pope Francis" does not act or talk like he is even Catholic.

Anonymous said...

Elderly and out to lunch boomer, We Are Church people, like Scamrad Putz here, pretend like they care about the destiny of the church, but an exact description of the advanced church they want is in existence, it’s the Anglican Communion. It’s worldwide, it’s powerful, it has smells and bells some boomers like, posh architecture and the appearance of cozy traditions. They can even go to Hell in the Anglican Communion, whether they believe in Hell or not, for no one in that “church” will warn them about it.