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Sunday, August 05, 2018

More on Jorge Bergolio and his errors

Quite frankly, Jorge Bergolio the anti-Pope is wrong

If Pope Francis really is claiming that capital punishment is intrinsically evil, then either scripture, the Fathers and Doctors of the Church, and all previous popes were wrong—or Pope Francis is. There is no third alternative. Nor is there any doubt about who would be wrong in that case. The Church has always acknowledged that popes can make doctrinal errors when not speaking ex cathedra—Pope Honorius I and Pope John XXII being the best-known examples of popes who actually did so. The Church also explicitly teaches that the faithful may, and sometimes should, openly and respectfully criticize popes when they do teach error. The 1990 CDF document Donum Veritatis sets out norms governing the legitimate criticism of magisterial documents that exhibit “deficiencies.” It would seem that Catholic theologians are now in a situation that calls for application of these norms.

When Jorge Bergolio was selected to be Pope, he joked to the Cardinals who had elected him "May God forgive you for what you've done".

It's no longer a joke.  Those Cardinals need to be on their knees, begging God's forgiveness for allowing Jorge Bergolio the kind of power and influence he wields like a satanic three-year-old with a flamethrower.

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