Sunday, September 25, 2016

"We shouldn't grow fixated on some religious or moral obligation" - Thanks for the tip, Chauncy!

No, I don't think Bergoglio is the antichrist (for various reasons). But he does seem to sound like him in his homilies.

Today's homily was a beaut.

Note the mix of truths, half-truths, meaningless mush and satanic lies.

He's Michael York, about to build the Third Temple. He's Jude Law slouching in the papal apartments. He's Martin Sheen holding up a baby to block a bullet.

Too bad, for the sake of drama, that he looks like Chance the gardener.
It is by loving that the God-who-is-Love is proclaimed to the world: not by the power of convincing, never by imposing the truth, no less by growing fixated on some religious or moral obligation...
He's a moral-relativist.

You know, like that guy at Starbucks.

It's not that big a deal.

Oh, right. He's the Pope. I forgot.

From Catholic News Agency:
Vatican City, Sep 25, 2016 / 07:33 am (CNA/EWTN News) by Hannah Brockhaus.- God is shared with the world through love and authentic relationships, not by forcing the truth on people, Pope Francis said Sunday. 
“God is proclaimed through the encounter between persons, with care for their history and their journey. Because the Lord is not an idea, but a living person,” the Pope said in his homily at the Mass for the Jubilee of Catechists Sept. 25. 
“His message is passed on through simple and authentic testimony, by listening and welcoming, with joy which radiates outward.” 
Referencing St. Paul's first letter to Timothy, Pope Francis called the Resurrection the “beating heart which gives life to everything.” 
“The Lord Jesus is risen, the Lord Jesus loves you, and he has given his life for you; risen and alive, he is close to you and waits for you every day. We must never forget this.” 
Nothing is more important than the fact that the Lord is risen, the centerpiece of our faith, he explained. But we cannot keep it to ourselves. 
“We are called always to live out and proclaim the newness of the Lord’s love: 'Jesus truly loves you, just as you are. Give him space: in spite of the disappointments and wounds in your life, give him the chance to love you. He will not disappoint you,'” Francis said. 
“It is by loving that the God-who-is-Love is proclaimed to the world: not by the power of convincing, never by imposing the truth, no less by growing fixated on some religious or moral obligation,” he continued. 
In the day's Gospel, a rich man doesn't notice the poor Lazarus outside the door to his house, his spiritual blindness and worldliness are like a black hole that “swallows up what is good, which extinguishes love, because it consumes everything in its very self.” 
“Today’s callousness causes chasms to be dug that can never be crossed,” Francis said. “And we have fallen, at this time, into the sickness of indifference, selfishness and worldliness.” 
The Lord asks us, today, to meet and help all of the Lazaruses we encounter. We cannot delegate to others, “saying: 'I will help you tomorrow; I have no time today, I’ll help you tomorrow.' This is a sin,” he said.
Read the rest here.


  1. Pope Francis is telling us be have a moral obligation to help the poor but that we shouldn't be fixated on moral obligations. What is it Pope?

    1. He's creating an anthropocentric religion, speaking about Jesus once in a while just to deviate the attention; he sistematically defies the Gospel and the magisterium in every heretic statement he says.

  2. "He's not the antichrist."

    Yet. Btw, coud already be The False Prophet.

    "He's merely a nasty moral-relativist freak."

    Antichrist or FP could start a bit like that before getting going for real.

    "Oh, right. He's the Pope. I forgot."

    Wrong. Pseudocanonisation of Roncalli proves opposite.

    Numerology. Here is ASCII Code.

    Uppercase A = binary series 01000001 = 64+1 = 65.
    Uppercase Z = binary series 01011010 = 64+16+8+2 = 90.

    Names are spelled with uppercase only in passports, including Bergoglio's Argentinian.

    Now check BERGOGLIO.

  3. He is definatly the false prophet. You should read the "Book of Truth" series, written by Maria Divine Mercy. She is being slandered and abused by DeBroglio's cohorts because she tells it like it is. Her book is a translation of the Book of Revelations, given to her by Jesus Christ, and His Mother Mary, along with God the Father. Something to think about.

  4. Did not Our Lord come to proclaim the Truth?

  5. Prophets of Gloom, unite!

  6. But I do recycle so that should absolve me from having pleasant encounters.

  7. Besides Chauncey Gardiner, I always thought he looked like Alastair Sim's Scrooge in the 1951 version of the Christmas Carol. ALOT like him in looks and at times mannerisms.

  8. Theology-free religion is the goal. We don't need all that moldy old Thomistic hocus-pocus. Theology gets in the way of encounter. God is a person. Lutherans are persons. Any questions?

  9. In a very real way I would like to suggest we stop and honor this homily as the highlight of what has already proven to be a rip-roaring, totally great pontificate!