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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Bergoglian Boomer Bishop Raps: "If There is a God or Not, Boh!"

(Rome) In the Diocese of Cassano all'Jonio in Calabria peculiar bishops seem to have a certain "tradition."  In 2014, Pope Francis appointed Msgr. Nunczio Galantino as the Secretary General of the Italian Bishops' Conference.
Galantino served as "man of the Pope" until 2018 in his office and provided for the "right" course in the Episcopal Conference. In May 2017, Pope Francis was also able to re-appoint the President. This is when Galantino's star began to fade, because two "bosses" frustrate each other. Last summer, Francis promoted him to the Roman Curia and appointed him Prefect of the Apostolic Patrimony Administration (APSA). An office that could soon even be a cardinal's office.
Galantino's tenure as the head of the Bishops' Conference was enough to voice disparaging remarks about devout Catholics praying in front of abortion clinics to rescue unborn children and end abortion. And enough time to bargain behind closed doors with the then Italian left-wing government for a "compromise" on "gay marriage," while the bishops' conference and the Vatican failed millions of Italians opposed to "gay marriage" and the introduction the gender ideology at the schools went to the streets. Also enough time to hold dubious catecheses for adolescents, such as the falsification of the Bible, according to which God "saved" the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah at the request of Abraham.
In spring 2015, Pope Francis appointed a successor to Galantino's orphaned diocese Cassano all'Jonio. In May of that year, Msgr. Francesco Savino was ordained as the new diocesan bishop and took over the leadership of the southern Italian diocese.
Bishop Savino has so far received no attention outside his diocese: this has changed now with his message to the young people of his diocese. In it he quoted various modern musicians, including the Italian hip-hop singer Jovanotti alias Lorenzo Cherubini.
Messa in Latino wrote: "This is neither prohibited nor did the bishop cite any heresies. He simply quoted 'only' banalities like these:
"Whether there is a god, maybe yes, maybe no, boh. But I hear the stories, ready to believe a little bit. That we are children of somebody. The rest is all to do first. I have no roots, but feet to go'."
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Picture: MiL
Trans: Tancred

Monday, June 1, 2015

The Ecclesiastical "Illuminati" -- List of Catholic Conspirators

(Rome) The fog lifts and the list of participants in the secret meeting, which took place on Whit Monday at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, completes itself. The list is a who's who of the spearhead of Kasperians (Kasperistas) in the Catholic Church. whose declared aim is a new marriage and morality. The secret meetings of the "Enlightened Ones" was used to define the strategies with which the overthrow of the Synod of Bishops next October can be achieved.
One striking aspect was a list published by  Rorate Caeli  is that it is strongly overweighted with Germans. It makes it clear who is the driving force behind the coup attempt in internal Church matters on divorce and homosexuality. Strikingly, the strong presence of the Jesuits in the circle of "Illuminati" is obviously because they are  considered  as more "enlightened", as opposed to the rest of the Church.
Unlike initially suspected,    La Repubblica J ournalist Marco Ansaldo was y no means the only media representative present.   Ansaldo was only the first who was allowed to write about the meeting. Ansaldo is a journalist, in the Italian daily newspaper founded by Eugenio Scalfari  La Repubblica . He comes from a  family  with a long tradition of masonic atheists.  Scalfari was the preferredd interlocutor of  Pope Francis  and author of controversial Pope interviews bringing him  international fame. Ansaldo was the only Italian journalist who took part in the secret meetings.
Crushing, however, was the presence of media representatives from the German-speaking world. In addition to the Jesuits' Hagenkord, head of the German section of Vatican Radio, only secular media were represented, but only of large "caliber". The same applies for Switzerland. From France, however, only media representatives  financed by the Catholic Bishops' Conference  were invited to Rome.
The presence of media representatives indicate that far-reaching operations are planned to be supported media to influence public opinion. The scheme is reminiscent of the Second Vatican Council and the strategically planned approach the Rheinisch alliance that has come together again with a largely new cast.
How is Pope Francis to respond to the secret meeting? Was he informed about the secret meeting? Questions that will probably  find a response in the coming weeks and months.
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Archbishop of Munich-Freising, President of the German Bishops' Conference
Archbishop Georges Pontier, Archbishop of Marseille, President of the French Bishops' Conference
Bishop Markus Büchel, Bishop of St. Gallen, President of the Swiss Bishops' Conference
Bishop Franz-Josef Bode of Osnabruck, Germany
Bishop Heiner Koch of Dresden-Meissen, Germany
Bishop Felix Gmür from Basel, Switzerland
Bishop Jean-Marie Lovey Sion, Switzerland
Bishop Bruno Ann-Marie Feillet of Reims, France
Bishop Jean-Luc Brunin of Le Havre, France
Father Hans Langendörfer SJ, Secretary General of the German Bishops' Conference (Germany)
Father Hans Zollner SJ, professor of Psychology, Vice-rector of the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome (Germany)
Father Achim Buckmaier, priestly community of KIG, Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Academy for the Theology of God's People of the Pontifical Lateran University in Rome, Consultor of the Pontifical Council for the New Evangelization (Germany)
Father Andreas R. Batlogg SJ, professor of Philosophy and Theology, chief editor of "Voices of Time" (Austria)
Father Alain Thomasset SJ, Professor of Moral Theology, Centre Sèvres (France)
Fr. Humberto Miguel Yañez SJ, Professor of Moral Theology, Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome (Argentina)
Eberhard Schockenhoff, Professor of Moral Theology, Albert-Ludwigs-University of Freiburg im Breisgau (Germany)
Philippe Bordeyne, Professor of Theology, Catholic University of Paris, (France)
François Xavier Amherdt, priest of the Diocese of Sion, theologian, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
Prof. Thomas Söding, professor of New Testament exegesis, Ruhr-Universität Bochum (Germany)
Prof. Werner G. Jeanrond, theologian, Master of St Benet's Hall, Oxford in England (Germany)
Prof. Erwin Dirscherl, dogmatists, University of Regensburg (Germany)
Prof. Monique Baujard, director of the National Service Famille et Société of the French Bishops' Conference (France)
Prof. Eva Maria Faber, Dogmatikerin, fundamental theologian, rector of the Theological College of Chur in Switzerland (Germany)
Prof. Thierry Collaud, theologian, University of Fribourg (Switzerland)
Prof. Francine Charoy, moral theologian, Catholic University of Paris (France)
Prof. Anne-Marie Pelletier, Old Testament exegesis, Institut Européen des Sciences of Religions IESR, Paris (France), Ratzinger Prize winner 2014
Msgr. Markus Graulich SDB, prelate auditor of the Sacra Rota Romana, undersecretary of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts (Germany)
Marco Impagliazzo, president of the Community of Sant'Egidio (Italy)
Father Bernd Hagenkord SJ, director of the German section of Vatican Radio (Germany)
Simon Hehli, Neue Zürcher Zeitung (Switzerland)
Tilmann Kleinjung, ARD (Germany)
Michael Bewerunge, ZDF (Germany)
Joerg Bremer, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)
Frédéric Mounier, La Croix (France)
Antoine-Marie Izoard, I-Media (France)
Marco Ansaldo, La Repubblica (Italy)
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
image: Il Timone
Trans: Tancred