Bergoglio’s chosen name and the prophecies:
It is interesting that PF/FP chose the name ‘Francis’. St. Francis himself was asked by Our Lord to “rebuild His Church.” It seems that his choice of name was very cunning, deliberate and deceptive.
St Francis prophesied:
“ At the time of this tribulation a man, not (authentically) canonically elected, will be raised to the Pontificate, who, by his cunning, will endeavor to draw many into error… There will be such diversity of opinions and schisms among the people… for in those days Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor, but a destroyer”.
PF/FP is the destroyer mentioned by St Francis of Assisi. He is destroying Doctrine, and the governing structure of the Church. He is also building a new false church, and drawing many into error.
Our Lady to Fr. Gobbi:
“…This Masonic infiltration, in the interior of the Church, was already foretold to you by me at Fatima, when I announced to you that Satan would enter in even to the summit of the Church. The task of ecclesiastical Masonry is that of destroying Christ and His Church, building a new idol, namely a false christ and a false church.”
There is much evidence that he is a Mason or at least has masonic ties. It is evident that Francis is building a false Christ and a false church.
Evidence of the destruction of Christ’s Church and the restructure for the new church can be readily recognized in the evidence that follows.
Our Lady of La Salette prophesied about the latter times:
“Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the antichrist… all the universe will be struck with terror, and many will let themselves be misled. …
The Church will be eclipsed… Melanie (the visionary) stated that Our Lady said the Church will be “eclipsed” in this two-fold sense: 1) “that one will not know which is the true Pope”
Our Lady of Akita:
“The Church will be full of those who accept compromises”
From the very beginning PF/FP was intent on change.
It was reported on July 8, that during a sermon Francis gave during morning Mass at the Casa Santa Marta on Saturday, in which he said: “In the Christian life, even in the life of the Church, there are old structures, passing structures: it is necessary to renew them!” Vatican Radio quoted Francis as saying in the Mass.
He also said: “”Don’t be afraid of that! Don’t be afraid of the newness of the Gospel! Don’t be afraid of the newness that the Holy Spirit works in us! Don’t be afraid of the renewal of structures!”
On the first day after his election, he said at 4.37pm: “After these days of grace, I hope we will have the courage to walk in the presence of the Lord, with the cross of the Lord, and rebuild his church, the pope says, ending his homily.”
…Archbishop Timothy Dolan (speaking about Francis’ election): ‘He toasted us and he simply said, ‘May God forgive you,’ which brought the house down. In other words, ‘I hope you don’t regret this later’.’
The style of Francis
- In an article on Lifesite news on 12th June, 2019, Martin Mosebach stated that under Pope Francis, the Catholic Church “has assumed the character of the western Liberalism of North American Democrats and of the German Green Party,” thus presenting herself as being “anti-sacramental, anti-hierarchical, committed to the ultra-liberal claims of societal diversity.”
- He described Pope Francis’s style of government as “paradoxical” and said that Francis “is a ruler who demands submission and blind obedience in order to destroy, especially by this means, the spiritual foundation of all obedience.” In the German author’s eyes, Francis uses “the papal authority in order to undermine the papal Magisterium. It becomes more and more clear that he understands himself as an agent of a revolution from the top down.”
- In Easter Week of 2019, 19 Catholic scholars wrote an open letter to the bishops of the church, accusing Pope Francis of “the Canonical Delict of Heresy” (https://onepeterfive.com/catholic-scholars-accuse-pope-francis-of-the-canonical-delict-of-heresy/ ).
Their evidence was organized in 3 sections:
“Pope Francis’s public statements contradicting truths of the faith.”
“Pope Francis’s public actions that indicate a rejection of truths of the faith.” …A large number of Pope Francis’s public actions have manifested his belief in the heresies listed ..’. Examples of appointments or defenses of problematic clerics, promotion of anti-Catholic public figures, the failure to answer the dubia, and other actions taken that signify, …a departure from authentic Catholic life and thought.
“Pope Francis’s pertinacity in adhering to heretical propositions,” despite evidence of his theological credentials and his work drawing citations from the very documents he is otherwise alleged to contradict. The authors assert, that he is “well informed enough on Catholic doctrine to know that the heresies he is professing are contrary to Catholic doctrine.
His use of language
(The information below are excerpts from an article on httpp://thesensiblebond.blogspot.co.uk/ but the link no longer seems to be there. The article was entitled The Sensible Bond Friday, 27 September 2013 and was referring to an interview of Pope Francis.)
“…language is also war. It’s the stuff of propaganda. It’s the stuff of rousing pre-battle speeches and of post-battle excuses. It’s the handiwork of spies and the tool of diplomats. Yes, language is war in every possible way.
“St Francis of Assisi has always been popular even with people who instinctively loathe Catholicism, so placing his papacy under that sign was, from a PR perspective, shrewder than shrewd – or, to use an old favourite, ‘more cunning than a fox who has just been appointed Professor of Cunning at Oxford University.’
Language of mercy – for that is how it has been justified – has led to colossal misunderstandings. But really, if you’re the Vicar of Christ, would you rather be hated because you told the truth (albeit kindly), or loved because someone thought you were changing the truth?
Language of latitude – His language aims of course at toning down dogmatism; It creates false images through half lies and distortions.
Language of Omissions – his omissions are crucial to a true understanding of the topic and are deeply connotative.
The fig leaf of orthodoxy – Thinking with the non-hierarchical Church (as Pope Francis describes it) is no more than a matter of counsel, since I need not share the theology of any one school; thinking with the hierarchical Church, on the other hand, is a matter of precept. Reading Francis, you would think these two are of equal importance. But counsel is not precept and precept is not counsel. The confusion of the two is hugely dangerous.
The language of dynamic – In a particular interview (being discussed in the article, the word “dynamic” is mentioned at least four times: Vatican II was a new “dynamic” of reading the Gospel; reform requires “new historical dynamics”; God enters the “dynamic” of human relationships; the Synod of Bishops is not “dynamic”. (Dynamic means: “continuously changing or developing”)
He consistently criticizes faithful Catholics :
- He has called young people who attend the traditional Mass ‘rigid’.
- He has used expressions such as ‘breeding like rabbits’, ‘rosary counters’
- He has accused Christians of ’cowardliness’ who zealously follow the Ten Commandments
- He has consistently used coarse and degrading language to criticize and vilify those with whom he disagrees.
PF mixes Politics with Religion:
The best example is his encyclical Laudato Si – on the environment and global warming. This encyclical has nothing to do with doctrine or Church teaching. “sins against the environment” are mentioned. Is this paganism? We sin against God, not the environment!
He also promoted this political concept at a speech before the U.N.
In fact, it has just been announced that September this year will be celebrating the “Season of Creation” to limit global warming.
It is very misleading to call it ‘Season of creation’. Season has connotations of Church Seasons – which are Advent, Christmas, Epiphany,Lent,Easter, Pentecost. The reason for the awareness of ‘global warming” is political. Because it has been announced by the Vatican, people will think that this is somehow mandatory. It is enforcing the viewpoint that the pope has authority over political issues as well as religious ones – a viewpoint that he has been widening.
This political/religious mix can be seen in the ‘Instrumentum Laboris’ which has just been announced for the pan Amazonian synod in October.
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