NOW FRANCIS THE MERCIFUL REVEALS HIS PLAN WHICH HE HAS ONLY HINTED AT PREVIOUSLY

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Francis: Church Must “Let Go” Her Traditions
The Church needs the “courage” of letting go her traditions, Pope Francis preached during a Mass for Caritas Internationalis (May 23).

His starting point was the decision of the Council of the Apostles (Acts 15) that pagans embracing the Faith don’t need to accept judaism first.

Francis deduced from this that the first Christians “left behind” important religious traditions and precepts. But this is not true: These things were not “left behind” but fulfilled.

Then Francis fantasized that the early Christians did not need a “pile of doctrines and traditions” but only the announcement that “God is love,” disregarding that Catholic doctrine cannot be and never was reduced to a slogan.

Francis speculated that Christ didn’t tell his disciples many things so that the Church would learn “to renounce the desire for clarity and order.”

That’s not true either: Christ promised his apostles the Holy Spirit who would teach them “everything” while confusion and disorder are signs of the devil.

Nevertheless, Francis is ultimately right: He needs renouncing his worn-out liberal traditions that have brought the Church to the brink of perdition.

eucharist

3 hours agoPlease God, give us a True Pope, not this false oneLikeChatMore

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Jim Dorchak

4 hours agoMaybe we need to let go of this Pope too, and let go the Spirit of VII and go back to the TRUTH!LikeChatMore

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Holy Cannoli

6 hours agoThe Church needs the “courage” of letting go her traditions, Pope Francis preached…

Here is one tradition that certainly needs “ letting go.”
Why should the supreme pontiff be in that office until he dies? This is too much power and authority for one man. (He is just a man, right?) 

Why not let go of this obsolete tradition and get new ideas, fresh faces, bold innovators and indivi…MoreLikeChatMore

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Prayhard

7 hours agoLoathsome old unbeliever.LikeChatMore

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Tesa

8 hours agoRead this line from Francis again: “Jesus intentionally omitted telling his disciples many things so that the Church would learn to renounce the desire for clarity and order”LikeChatMore

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Carmine3

9 hours agoRenouncing the desire for clarity and order is renouncing the desire for the Universal Logos, who is Jesus the Christ. No more clear evidence can be had why Bergoglio uses ambiguity, double talk, and equivocation so systematically to sow confusion, doubt and division among the faithful. What is perfectly clear is that such confusion is of the Devil.

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4 Responses to NOW FRANCIS THE MERCIFUL REVEALS HIS PLAN WHICH HE HAS ONLY HINTED AT PREVIOUSLY

  1. abyssum says:

    What you propose is simply impossible.
    Abyssum

  2. jorgecerra says:

    There is only one Messiah and that is Jesus Christ.
    It seems that the present position of Card.Bergoglio is too little for him, but only Jews await for another king.

  3. Your excellency, what is difficult for the laity to understand is why members of the Apostolic College like yourself, who have the divine right to take actions to restore the Church do not go to Rome and convene a Synod to publicly condemn heresy and uncanonical actions. Such a call would be responded to by clergy, religious and laity the world over. The Vatican must be shown for what it has become, the true pope must be proclaimed publicly. Those who are still in communion with Christ need the opportunity of such a Synod to give formal testimony to the whole Church which cannot be ignored.

  4. Darrell Wright says:

    The Church may have been in “eclipse,” as OL of La Salette predicted, since 1958 when John XXIII was non-canonically elected 2 days after Cardinal Siri was legitimately elected. See “eclipse 1958.”

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