Amazing how my day has finally come to free the peoples

The world is reacting to the latest spate of Catholic attacks from the man in white.  Most will agree with him on contraception.  Many will be furious about countries, borders, and the true freedom of the Gospel.  All of them will feel a despair somewhere deep within their souls.  Faithful voices are clear-headed and angry.  The respectable catholic press has closed ranks with some contempt for decent people.

Does it make your skin crawl to hear Francis say, ‘Blessed Paul VI?’

I’m not the only Christian who feels discouraged and helpless in the face of this statist political tool, ‘Pope Francis.’  The entire world and its machine honor him as Pope and perhaps he is, but it really doesn’t matter because he’s not Catholic.  He’s not part of the Church Militant.  Many may read this and say it’s sedevacantism, but it’s not.  I’m not claiming to know Francis’ actual status.  I’m simply saying that spiritually what difference does it make to God when you’re in the Hell line anyway?  If you’re standing in the Hell line, does Christ consider you part of His Church?  No.  He doesn’t.

You may ask, “Are you saying Francis is going to Hell?”  Well, he’s a heretic, and despite what so many ‘catholics’ say today, Heaven is for the faithful departed.  Simply put, Francis is a pope who teaches heresy.  Do the conditions exist for canonical heresy?  I don’t know, but I suggest any canonist who continues to dismiss the Pope’s heresy should place himself before the throne of God.

  • Contraceptive sex is not a moral response to any possible negative consequence of birth, much less so for a trumped-up political and faux-scientific health reason.
  • It is not unChristian or anathema for a politician to protect and control a country’s borders.
  • It’s sacrilege for Lutherans to receive Holy Communion if their consciences happen to approve.

These things are all blatantly heretical and there are many, many more. Don’t spin me about context, formality and interpretive angles. The Church cannot be led by a heretic.  It will only die, and it surely is dying.  It doesn’t matter if if someone funds a new building to teach Human Ecology at Fordham.

The Church Militant is being smothered by an official parasite Church.  Francis has made the reality even more stark.  Today everywhere is China.  There is the state church and the true Church.  But unlike the Chinese underground Church in our time, we can no longer look to another land for a vicar who speaks the truth.  Still, that doesn’t mean we can forget Christ or the Church’s doctrine.

We now have a false and organized Church.  We also have a group of faithful who either sinfully enable the false part of the Church or refuse to resist it.  Are they part of the Church Militant?  Well, that’s not very militant.

The question is:  How do we, the true and faithful Church, respond to a false Church and its unCatholic Pope?  What does God want us to do?  I can think of two things:

  1. We must shore up and organize into a group which preserves the teachings and the economy of God’s grace in union with the Church.
  2. We must never honor anything falsely.  We must never ever treat something or someone pretending to be Catholic like part of the Church.  WE ARE NOT THAT.  THAT IS NOT US.

In doing so, we need to call for Francis to be removed or step down simply on the grounds that he is not a believer.  He’s not Catholic.  To do so would be the appropriate and measured amount of honor we should give him as Christians.  It’s impossible for the Church to be led by a Protestant, if he can even be called that, and it has dire need for a faithful leader today and always.  We must have no fear of being called schismatics and heretics by schismatics and heretics, no matter who they are.  Christ was calumniated the same way.

Catholics don’t worship popes.  They are led by popes to Christ.  Francis should be removed and replaced by a Catholic Pope.

In all things we need to draw the line.  Build the wall.  Then we can attach the arches and spires.  The Church is a living thing.  It can always slowly rise up again through a crack in the bleak and crumbling sidewalk.





15 Thoughts on “Replace Francis

  1. I doubt he’s even a protestant.

    • Conciliarists and or SSPXers call Jorge Bergoglio pope in spite of the fact he is not even a Catholic. If he is not a member how can he be pope and then of course he’s proven he detests dogma. Praying in communion with Francis as in the SSPX Masses and still claiming to be faithful to Holy Mother Church is a crises, a contradiction to Truth.

  2. JTLiuzza on February 19, 2016 at 3:07 pm said:

    “In doing so, we need to call for Francis to be removed or step down”

    You are right, of course. The good souls over at the Remnant did just that in December –

    I’m still waiting for one, just one bishop to stand up and publicly say it’s enough of the Bergoglio show and oppose this farce papacy for the sake of souls and Holy Mother Church. Where are the men among our shepherds?

  3. Thank you for this post!…AMEN!!!!!

  4. gilbert on February 19, 2016 at 3:37 pm said:

    All four of you really need to rethink your Christian charity. I read this and think, how sad someone must be and so rigid and stiff necked a “christian”. I will definately be praying for you all.

    “You stiff-necked people! Your hearts and ears are still uncircumcised. You are just like your ancestors: You always resist the Holy Spirit! Acts 7:51

    • Downyduck on March 19, 2016 at 4:46 pm said:

      This article simply states facts based on Pope Francis’ own words and objective definitions such as “heresy.” Denying something or painting the messenger as uncharitable doesn’t make it untrue. The confusion Pope Francis is sowing is frightening.

    • Anonymous on March 19, 2016 at 11:38 pm said:

      Charity is rooted in the truth first and foremost. You are confusing charity with being nice, and frankly, I am not even sure that is accurate. After all, it’s not very nice to lead people to Hell by teaching them error. And that is what is happening.

  5. Do you believe that Pope Benedict is a heretic as well? After all, Pope Benedict is well aware of what His successor is saying and yet He doesn’t condemn him as a heretic.

    • LuAnne on March 1, 2016 at 11:34 am said:

      Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI said Vatican 2 is a counter syllabus and we need to return to the principles of 1789, Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. Please identify how these two statements are in accordance to Magisterium one of the the three pillars of the Roman Catholic Church..

  6. Alvin Sarracino on February 19, 2016 at 4:10 pm said:

    This post accurately reflects the utter frustration many of us have been dealing with since the inception of the Bergoglian papacy. Enough is enough! With all due repect, “Gilbert” – It is EXACTLY DUE TO Christian charity that these and other posts have called for Bergoglio’s deposition. There are too many ‘catholics’ with “eyes wide shut” who refuse to see the writing on the wall. Where are our shepherds?! Why have they not called this man out for what he is?! A wolf in sheep’s clothing! No more! I refuse to sit by silently and watch these wolves devour our rightful inheritance. Being lukewarm in the midst of this apostasy only makes you complicit in these crimes against God.

  7. Henry Martin on February 19, 2016 at 7:43 pm said:

    St. Robert Bellarmine (1542-1621)
    “A pope who is a manifest heretic automatically (per se) ceases to be pope and head, just as he ceases automatically to be a Christian and a member of the Church. Wherefore, he can be judged and punished by the Church. This is the teaching of the ancient Fathers who teach that manifest heretics immediately lose all jurisdiction.”,

    St. Francis de Sales (1567-1622)
    Bishop and Doctor of the Church
    “Now when the Pope is explicitly a heretic, he falls ipso facto from his dignity and out of the Church . .

    St. Francis of Assisi (1181-1226)
    At the time of this tribulation a man, not canonically elected, will be raised to the Pontificate, who, by his cunning, will endeavor to draw many into error and death.”
    Some preachers will keep silence about the truth, and others will trample it under foot and deny it. Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor, but a destroyer.”

    St. John Bosco (1815-1888)
    “Your sons ask for the bread of Faith and no one gives it to them . . . Ungrateful Rome, effeminate Rome, arrogant Rome . . . Forgetting that the Sovereign Pontiffs and your true glory are on Golgotha . . . Woe to you; my law is an idle word for you.”

    “There will be an Ecumenical Council in the next century, after which there will be chaos in the Church.” This prediction was made in 1862

    Anne Catherine Emmerich (1774-1824)
    “I saw that many pastors allowed themselves to be taken up with ideas that were dangerous to the Church. They were building a great, strange, and extravagant Church. Everyone was to be admitted in it in order to be united and have equal rights: Evangelicals, Catholics, sects of every description. Such was to be the new Church…”

    Our Lady of La Salette

    In 1846, the Mother of God appeared to two shepherd children in La Salette, France. She gave them many warnings about how God is going to punish mankind if mankind did not stop sinning. She also made some startling predictions.

    “The Church will be in eclipse…. Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist.”-

    Our Lady of Fatima
    “In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph.”

    When God seeks to chastise his people he sends them bad priests. ( I do not know to whom to attribute this remark.) We are most certainly in the time of the great chastisement. Pray the Rosary. The Blessed Virgin says this will be your only recourse.

    • Stephen lowe on February 20, 2016 at 5:36 pm said:

      The Mystical Body of Christ is suffering Christ’s Passion. It has suffered similarly but usually from external forces…I.e French Revolution… Internal forces are but another weapon in Satan’s arsenal. The true faith will overcome do to the faithful laity. Please find a faithful parish and grow in courage. It will be needed.

  8. Adpatrem on February 21, 2016 at 11:05 am said:

    The Chair of Peter has been usurped by a cabal of ravenous wolves with evil intentions. How can these men sleep at night? Really. Immediately after the conclave many spoke of the “surprises” of the Holy Spirit (Card Schonborn, Card Maradiaga, heck even the newly elected pope himself). Bergoglio was never a thought. He wasn’t even on the radar. Meanwhile, behind the scenes these same men were making secret deals and pacts in order to get their man elected. Don’t take my word for it. Go straight to the sources. Research “Team Bergoglio.” Check out the statements of Cardinal Danneels regarding the St Gallen “Mafia”–his word not mine. This man is the same Card Danneels who petitioned the King of Belgium in 1990 to allow abortion. This is the same man who tried to silence a young man who was repeatedly sexually abused by his uncle–a priest in good standing in Bruges. This is the same man who has spoken out in defense of same sex marriage. And, this is the same man who today is one of the closest advisors to Francis. And why not? He, after all, is one of the Kingmakers.

    Are there still people out there who cannot see the symbolism behind the lightning strike–not once but twice–on St Peter’s just hours after Benedict XVI’s historic announcement? We are in dire times, folks. And, unfortunately, things will get worse–much worse–before they get better.

  9. M.T. Chair on February 28, 2016 at 9:01 am said:

    There is a serious error in your post: You say that Christ doesn’t consider you part of His Church if you are in the hell line. That’s not only wrong, it’s heresy, against the Council of Trent: “If any one saith, that, grace being lost through sin, faith also is always lost with it; or, that the faith which remains, though it be not a lively faith, is not a true faith; or, that he, who has faith without charity, is not a Christian; let him be anathema” (Council of Trent, Session VI, Canon 28).

    On the other hand, public heresy or apostasy DOES put one outside the Church: “Nor must one imagine that the Body of the Church, just because it bears the name of Christ, is made up during the days of its earthly pilgrimage only of members conspicuous for their holiness, or that it consists only of those whom God has predestined to eternal happiness. It is owing to the Savior’s infinite mercy that place is allowed in His Mystical Body here below for those whom, of old, He did not exclude from the banquet. For not every sin, however grave it may be, is such as of its own nature to sever a man from the Body of the Church, as does schism or heresy or apostasy. Men may lose charity and divine grace through sin, thus becoming incapable of supernatural merit, and yet not be deprived of all life if they hold fast to faith and Christian hope, and if, illumined from above, they are spurred on by the interior promptings of the Holy Spirit to salutary fear and are moved to prayer and penance for their sins” (Pope Pius XII, Mystici Corporis, n. 23).

    God bless you.

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