Our last series of articles focussed on the taking down, brick by brick, the structure of the Catholic church.
The world in general, knew nothing about Bergoglio, although his election was not a surprise to the puppeteers. After all, they had been meeting in St Gallen for years trying to get rid of Pope Benedict. Bergoglio was chosen and his fan club worked to get the results they wanted.
When he was elected, the Masonic newspaper in Rome’s headline was: “at last we have our man”. Well what does that tell you? We know what Jesus told us in the Book of Truth so it was no surprise to us – but the Catholic world in general did not know what was coming.!!!
One lone journalist did! But very few took any notice. Looking back now, it all seems to be spot on!
His article was printed by Marcelo Gonzalez in Rorate Caeli on 13th March, 2013, then used by Christopher Pearson in “The Weekend Australian” on 16th March, 2013.
(The following information was sent to me by a fellow member of the Remnant.)
Posted by New Catholic at 3/13/2013 08:37:00 PM
A Buenos Aires journalist describes Bergoglio
We have many friends around the world, including in the dear Argentine Republic. And we asked a cherished friend Marcelo González, of Panorama Católico Internacional, who knows the Church of Argentina as well as the palm of his hand to send us a report on the new pope. Here it goes:
Of all the unthinkable candidates, Jorge Mario Bergoglio is perhaps the worst. Not because he openly professes doctrines against the faith and morals, but because, judging from his work as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, faith and morals seem to have been irrelevant to him.
A sworn enemy of the Traditional Mass, he has only allowed imitations of it in the hands of declared enemies of the ancient liturgy. He has persecuted every single priest who made an effort to wear a cassock, preach with firmness, or that was simply interested in Summorum Pontificum.
Famous for his inconsistency (at times, for the unintelligibility of his addresses and homilies), accustomed to the use of coarse, demagogical, and ambiguous expressions, it cannot be said that his magisterium is heterodox, but rather non-existent for how confusing it is.
His entourage in the Buenos Aires Curia, with the exception of a few clerics, has not been characterized by the virtue of their actions. Several are under grave suspicion of moral misbehavior.
He has not missed any occasion for holding acts in which he lent his Cathedral to Protestants, Muslims, Jews, and even to partisan groups in the name of an impossible and unnecessary interreligious dialogue. He is famous for his meetings with protestants in the Luna Park arena where, together with preacher of the Pontifical House, Raniero Cantalamessa, he was “blessed” by Protestant ministers, in a common act of worship in which he, in practice, accepted the validity of the “powers” of the TV-pastors.
This election is incomprehensible: he is not a polyglot, he has no Curial experience, he does not shine for his sanctity, he is loose in doctrine and liturgy, he has not fought against abortion and only very weakly against homosexual “marriage”[approved with practically no opposition from the episcopate], he has no manners to honor the Pontifical Throne. He has never fought for anything else than to remain in positions of power.
It really cannot be what Benedict wanted for the Church. And he does not seem to have any of the conditions required to continue his work.
May God help His Church. One can never dismiss, as humanly hard as it may seem, the possibility of a conversion… and, nonetheless, the future terrifies us.”
(To read these words just after the election, was a shock for most people and unbelievable. No-one else had anything like this to say. But reading it today, people can look back and say – ‘Yes. It’s all correct. It describes Bergoglio to a”T”)’.
Three days later, The Australian published Christopher Pearson’s article. Some excerpts appear below.
“March 16, 2013 12:00AM
Pope can’t pick a poor model
By Christopher Pearson
HABEMUS Papam! The shock of pope Benedict’s resignation has been swiftly replaced with the excitement that surrounds the election of Jorge Maria Bergoglio, his successor.
… “The other novel element in this election is that Bergoglio is the first Jesuit pope, something conservative Catholics may find disquieting.” …
“The first and most important responsibility of a pope is as a pastor. Pope Francis’s choice of a namesake and his experience in an archdiocese that is large and poor should stand him in good stead. But he is also the Bishop of Rome, with all the ceremonial duties that attend the office, and there are obvious problems with modelling himself too literally on il Poverello.
To take an obvious example, insisting on wearing a wooden pectoral cross will look like an affectation to appease the church’s enemies. Paradoxically, it is out of humility that he must learn to wear the finery the poor expect of their pope and – although no friend to tradition in his former post – he must preserve the solemnity of the papal liturgies.
No successor as pope could hope to rival Benedict in distinction as a theologian and no South American Jesuit could be expected to have such an inward understanding of the role of tradition in the life of the church. But as one who has struggled with the advance of evangelical Protestantism, Bergoglio should grasp the necessity of maintaining a distinctive Catholic formation and identity for his flock. There is no future in the universal church trying to adopt the theatrics and sacro-pop of the Pentecostalists.
“May God help His church. One can never dismiss, as humanly hard as it may seem, the possibility of a conversion … nonetheless, the future terrifies us.”
Read the complete article here: www.theaustralian.com.au/…/pope-cant-pick-a-poor-model/
(This journalist, too, could recognize underlying problems with Bergoglio.)
All the things mentioned about Argentina and Bergolio have occurred over and over again during his papacy. It is actually a blueprint.
We already know what to expect, but how do we convince the bulk of poor unsuspecting Catholics who think he is a pope for the people? As my friend who sent me this information said: “It is one thing to show his heresies after becoming pope, but what if he was already a heretic beforehand?
You can’t elect a heretic to be pope!!
Well that’s more evidence of an “uncanonical election” (as per St Francis of Assisi) on top of the other reasons.
Bergoglio’s pattern of words and actions today have shown to follow his past patterns of actions and words, (attacking doctrine, his use of language, his attacking of conservative and faithful priests, bishops and lay Catholics, etc) so in the future we can expect that they will just continue in the same way.
Our job – yours and mine, is to open the eyes of all the unsuspecting so that they are saved. Jesus wants all souls to be saved. He wants us to help Him.
So keep praying and spreading the news, Remnant Army!!!