Catechism of the Catholic Church (675)

'Before Christ’s second coming the Church must pass through a final trial that will shake the faith of many believers. The persecution that accompanies her pilgrimage on earth will unveil the “mystery of iniquity” in the form of a religious deception offering men an apparent solution to their problems at the price of apostasy from the truth. The supreme religious deception is that of the Antichrist, a pseudo-messianism by which man glorifies himself in place of God and of his Messiah come in the flesh.' ~ Catechism of the Catholic Church (675)

Friday, 16 January 2015

Pope Francis in Another Mid-Air Multiple Pile Up

I have just read (some more) of the latest interview at 35,000 feet. It is amazing how divisive a Pope can be when he stops talking about God.

 "Thank you, Fr Lombardi. Right, we've got some time together now and you've chosen to get onto an airplane with the Pope so I'm going to teach you how to pray the Rosary. Let's pray for peace, for a safe journey, that those without faith may seek the Face of God, that the violent will put away their swords, for our families..."

I'm certain that's the way ahead.

That's got to be the way ahead for all of us.


Everyday would be 'punch a blasphemer day'.


Lynda said...

God bless your perseverance. I am not able to listen or read much of what he says anymore as it upsets me beyond words, and makes me sicker (I suffer from a chronic illness). We can't expect that he is going to convert to the Faith and stop attacking fundamentals of the Faith and morals (though we cry out to God, in our suffering). You and many others do a great job of pointing out the continual opposition to the Faith. Robert de Mattei had another great piece a few days ago (was on Rorate Caeli). All these conscientious writers who do the horrible task of documenting the errors and heresies do a great service to the Church. Blessed Michael, protect us in battle . . .

Jacobi said...

What has happened to the "fasten your safety belt in flight" rule?

Anonymous said...

In my country they say that silence is gold, may be in Argentina is quite different.....I suffer from asthma and since 2013 is getting worse.....hope Michael will stand on our side. God bless.

Unknown said...

He is a politician not a pope. Obviously.

Seattle k

Jacobi said...

@ Anonymous

I know Argentina (well actually, knew, 80s into the 90s),quite well.

Silence is forbidden and talk, is incessant and mandatory.

But they are great musicians!

Nate C said...

Pope Francis is no different than your average parish priest formed in the V2 seminaries. People are just used to popes who were...shall we say..cut from a different cloth? Now they get to see what happens when Fr. Nice ascends to the papacy.. Most Bishops are already this way, so really it was only a matter of time right?

Don't expect any miracles at the next conclave either.. this is the new normal - or should I say the papacy is now normalized according to what exists in most diocese?


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