Pope Francis

Aiding and abetting a human disaster.

“Pope Francis has donated 500,000 dollars to assist migrants in Mexico. The funds, from the Peter’s Pence collections, will be distributed among 27 projects promoted by sixteen Mexican dioceses and religious congregations, which requested assistance in continuing to provide food, lodging, and basic necessities to the migrants.” https://www.vaticannews.va/en/pope/news/2019-04/pope-francis-central-american-migrants-aid-peters-pence.html

“His $500,000 donation to aid groups to support migrants from six caravans in Mexico still waiting to be admitted to the U.S. is clearly a bid to affect U.S. laws on immigration, keeping the pressure on President Trump to open the borders. A fresh infusion of cash, of course, keeps the migrants from returning to their homes, which serves this aim. It also creates incentives for more migrants to leave their homes without papers, given that the free housing will now be waiting for them.

It all makes the pope the human smuggler’s best friend, given the fact that larger numbers of migrants, including virtually all Guatemalan migrants according to Border Patrol agents, are trafficked into the U.S. by human smugglers. The caravans themselves have been accused by Mexicans of being fronts for human smuggling operations as well. Human smuggling is a $2.3 billion business, according to a recent study cited in a page one article in the San Diego Union-Tribune. So if the pope is beefing up the “conveyor belt” for illegal entry to the U.S., well, as Pope John Paul II once said in a different context: ‘cui bono‘?

https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2019/04/pope_gets_political_doling_out_cash_for_caravans.html

Cui bono?

“The Pontifical Academy has apparently decided ahead of its conference that nationalism will be treated as the enemy, rather than looking at both sides of the issue and the root causes of growing interest in national sovereignty. Facile recourse to accusations of xenophobia and racism is always easier than honest debate.”

https://www.breitbart.com/faith/2019/04/26/vatican-proposes-eu-example-supranational-state/

“At publishing time, Pope Francis had invested in an expensive set of pre-torn, factory faded papal robes.” https://babylonbee.com/news/pope-leaves-factory-sticker-on-hat-to-garner-street-cred

“the authors call upon the bishops of the Church to take action since a “heretical papacy may not be tolerated or dissimulated to avoid a worse evil.”

For this reason, the authors “respectfully request the bishops of the Church to investigate the accusations contained in the letter, so that if they judge them to be well founded they may free the Church from her present distress, in accordance with the hallowed adage, Salus animarum prima lex (‘the salvation of souls is the highest law’). The bishops can do this, the writers suggest, “by admonishing Pope Francis to reject these heresies, and if he should persistently refuse, by declaring that he has freely deprived himself of the papacy.”

The authors first present in detail – and with theological references to substantiate their claims – the different positions against the faith Pope Francis has shown himself to hold, propagate, or support, including “seven propositions contradicting divinely revealed truth.”

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/prominent-clergy-scholars-accuse-pope-francis-of-heresy-in-open-letter

Put this letter on the stack with the Dubia & Viganò’s testimonies. Liars lie. Chaos serves the Pope. Watch his actions & his personnel. “It’s an important document,” Fessio said, mentioning that it had been published that morning by LifeSiteNews. “I think something needs to be said about it. There’ll be time for reflection later.” https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/watch-ignatius-press-bosses-suggest-rome-reply-to-open-letter-accusing-francis-of-heresy

Remember the Dubia and Viganò. “If – which God forbid! – Pope Francis does not bear the fruit of true repentance in response to these admonitions, we request that you carry out your duty of office to declare that he has committed the canonical delict of heresy and that he must suffer the canonical consequences of this crime,” they added.” https://bigleaguepolitics.com/catholic-leaders-urge-canonical-consequences-for-popes-heresy-in-scathing-letter/

In my opinion, barring a major outside force, married clergy is a done deal. The question to ask, is why did the theologians decide now was the time to go on a suicide mission. The probable answer is the last sentence in this quote. Personnel determines policy.

“Hummes predicted, “The Synod is going to say yes or no” as to whether married men may be ordained to the priesthood in the West. “But from what has been seen in preparation so far,” he said, “it will be necessary to discuss this issue of ministries in the Amazon Church in a particular way. It does not mean it is for everyone, but for that situation of extreme need.” In the interview, when asked whether women might be ordained to the priesthood and diaconate, he answered: “This is much more remote.”

In 2014, just a year and a half after Francis’ election to the papacy, Cardinal Hummes showed some openness to ordaining married men but was circumspect about the possibility of ordaining women. “

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pope-francis-choice-to-oversee-amazon-synod-suggests-married-priests-on-the-horizon

Clergy and Lay Scholars Issue Filial Correction of Pope Francis

The initiative, the first time such a mechanism has been used since the Middle Ages, accuses the Pope of “propagating heresies” and respectfully asks that he teach the truth of the Catholic faith in its integrity.

https://www.ncregister.com/blog/edward-pentin/group-of-clergy-and-laity-issue-filial-correction-of-pope-francis

Is this why the theologians accusing Francis of heresy fell on a grenade?

“The Pope concluded his inflight comments on the question of women deacons, saying “each member is studying according to his or her own thesis. This is good. Varietas dilectat! — Variety is the spice of life.” https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pope-francis-inflight-comments-on-women-deacons