Catholics ‘couldn’t have a stronger signal that Bergoglio is planning the faux ordination of women deacons, with a trajectory towards the faux ordination of women priests and bishops,’ Deacon Nick Donnelly wrote.
What would have happened if more priests and bishops had refused cooperation (servile, non-virtuous, obedience) with the pernicious 'spirit of Vatican II' early on? Would it not have been much easier to 'nip these things in the bud?'
'If we think of the spousal model that Saint Paul offers us in the most chaste relationship between Christ and the Church (Eph 5:22), Tucho’s unmentionable obscenities reveal to us a soul totally corrupted by vice, and by a vice that with all evidence seems to have been amply experimented.'
In their statement, the Togo bishops cited Pope Francis' own words from last July in which the latter said that 'rites and prayers are inadmissible which could cause confusion between that which constitutes marriage.'
The death of Pope Benedict XVI shed new light on the mysterious Garabandal Apparitions, which speak of the end of times: an urgent need for repentance, the coming wrath of God, and the overflowing cup of poison filled by corrupt bishops, priests, and cardinals. Do these warnings coincide with a rare prophecy delivered by St. Francis of Assisi — in which he speaks of the appearance of an apostate anti-pope? These and other prophecies serve as an urgent need for faithful Catholics to remain close to the Church and the Sacraments, pray daily, and prepare for the coming of Christ. […]
Father Jesusmary Missigbètò called on the faithful to pray the Rosary in October ‘for the conversion of all those who publicly contradict the Church’s traditional teaching’ – including Pope Francis – as well as those who uphold it.