Monday, December 18, 2023

Franny 1 Now Completely Off the Rails, UPDATED

This is the next logical step in Franny's crusade to approve homosexual actions.

Pope Francis has formally approved allowing priests to bless same-sex couples, with a new document explaining a radical change in Vatican policy by insisting that people seeking God’s love and mercy shouldn’t be subject to “an exhaustive moral analysis” to receive it....

... The new document repeats that rationale and elaborates on it, reaffirming that marriage is a lifelong sacrament between a man and a woman. And it stresses that blessings should not be conferred at the same time as a civil union, using set rituals or even with the clothing and gestures that belong in a wedding....

Either Franny thinks that 'blessings' are totally meaningless and have no effect whatsoever, OR Franny is telling homosexuals that their activity is perfectly fine and dandy.

One more thing:

..."But he that shall scandalize one of these little ones that believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone should be hanged about his neck, and that he should be drowned in the depth of the sea."

That's from an Authoritative Figure, far more so than Franny 1.  No question that this verse applies to the "Pope" with this latest move. 

UPDATE:  US Conference of Not-Too-Catholic Bishops emitted sulfurous gas.

“The Declaration issued today by the Vatican’s Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith (DDF) articulated a distinction between liturgical (sacramental) blessings, and pastoral blessings, which may be given to persons who desire God’s loving grace in their lives. The Church’s teaching on marriage has not changed, and this declaration affirms that, while also making an effort to accompany people through the imparting of pastoral blessings because each of us needs God’s healing love and mercy in our lives.”

Frankly, your Wormtongue Blather tells me that you need a Helluvalot of God's mercy.

Get on your knees.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Fruit of the Jesuit order of Priests

Parents, whatever you do, don’t send your children to get a Jesuit education!

Anonymous said...

In the words of Anne Batrnhardt:

…..Jorge Bergoglio is an Antipope. Pope Benedict XVI never validly resigned. The Petrine See has been vacant for 352 days and counting. Nothing Antipope Bergoglio says or does has anything to do with the Catholic Church or the Papacy. Antipope Bergoglio gives every indication of being the False Prophet Forerunner of the Antichrist – the ape of John the Baptist.

If you acknowledge the obvious truth of this situation, that Bergoglio is an Antipope, then not only are you NOT scandalized by any of this, it’s actually a positive to see the truth so openly exposed. Good. Let it be shouted from the rooftops. Let everyone see. Let everyone understand……

Anonymous said...

"The thief comes only to steal and slaughter and destroy." —John 10:10

Anonymous said...

12 Quotes Against Sodomy That Every Catholic Should Know
For millennia the Catholic Church has consistently opposed unnatural vice. Here is a brief sampling of useful quotes from Saints, Doctors of the Church, Church Fathers and Ecclesiastical Writers who condemn homosexual vice in their writings.

Please share this post with all your Catholic friends.

1. Athenagoras of Athens (2nd Century)

Athenagoras of Athens was a philosopher who converted to Christianity in the second century. He shows that the pagans, who were totally immoral, did not even refrain from sins against nature:

"But though such is our character (Oh! why should I speak of things unfit to be uttered?), the things said of us are an example of the proverb, 'The harlot reproves the chaste.' For those who have set up a market for fornication and established infamous resorts for the young for every kind of vile pleasure – who do not abstain even from males, males with males committing shocking abominations, outraging all the noblest and comeliest bodies in all sorts of ways, so dishonoring the fair workmanship of God." 1

2. Tertullian (160-225)

Tertullian was a great genius and apologist of the early Church. Unfortunately, after an initial period of fervor, he succumbed to resentment and pride, left the Church and adhered to the Montanist heresy. Because of works written while still in the Church, he is considered an Ecclesiastical Writer and, as such, is commonly quoted by Popes and theologians. His treatise On Modesty is an apology of Christian chastity. He clearly shows the horror the Church has for sins against nature. After condemning adultery, he exclaims:

"But all the other frenzies of passions–impious both toward the bodies and toward the sexes–beyond the laws of nature, we banish not only from the threshold, but from all shelter of the Church, because they are not sins, but monstrosities." 2

3. Eusebius of Caesarea (260-341)

Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of C├Žsarea in Palestine and the “Father of Church History,” writes in his book, Demonstratio Evangelica:


“[God in the Law given to Moses] having forbidden all unlawful marriage, and all unseemly practice, and the union of women with women and men with men.” 3

4. Saint Jerome (340-420)

Saint Jerome is both Father and Doctor of the Church. He was also a notable exegete and great polemicist. In his book Against Jovinianus, he explains how a sodomite needs repentance and penance to be saved:

“And Sodom and Gomorrah might have appeased it [God’s wrath], had they been willing to repent, and through the aid of fasting gain for themselves tears of repentance.” 4

Anonymous said...

5. Saint John Chrysostom (347-407)

Saint John Chrysostom is considered the greatest of the Greek Fathers and was proclaimed Doctor of the Church. He was Archbishop and Patriarch of Constantinople, and his revision of the Greek liturgy is used until today. In his sermons about Saint Paul’s Epistle to the Romans, he dwells on the gravity of the sin of homosexuality:

"But if thou scoffest at hearing of hell and believest not that fire, remember Sodom. For we have seen, surely we have seen, even in this present life, a semblance of hell. For since many would utterly disbelieve the things to come after the resurrection, hearing now of an unquenchable fire, God brings them to a right mind by things present. For such is the burning of Sodom, and that conflagration!…

"Consider how great is that sin, to have forced hell to appear even before its time!… For that rain was unwonted, for the intercourse was contrary to nature, and it deluged the land, since lust had done so with their souls. Wherefore also the rain was the opposite of the customary rain. Now not only did it fail to stir up the womb of the earth to the production of fruits, but made it even useless for the reception of seed. For such was also the intercourse of the men, making a body of this sort more worthless than the very land of Sodom. And what is there more detestable than a man who hath pandered himself, or what more execrable? 5

6. Saint Augustine (354-430)

The greatest of the Fathers of the West and one of the great Doctors of the Church, Saint Augustine laid the foundations of Catholic theology. In his celebrated Confessions, he thus condemns homosexuality:

"Those offences which be contrary to nature are everywhere and at all times to be held in detestation and punished; such were those of the Sodomites, which should all nations commit, they should all be held guilty of the same crime by the divine law, which hath not so made men that they should in that way abuse one another. For even that fellowship which should be between God and us is violated, when that same nature of which He is author is polluted by the perversity of lust." 6

7. Saint Gregory the Great (540-604)

Pope Saint Gregory I is called “the Great.” He is both Father and Doctor of the Church. He introduced Gregorian chant into the Church. He organized England’s conversion, sending Saint Augustine of Canterbury and many Benedictine monks there.

"Sacred Scripture itself confirms that sulfur evokes the stench of the flesh, as it speaks of the rain of fire and sulfur poured upon Sodom by the Lord. He had decided to punish Sodom for the crimes of the flesh, and the very type of punishment he chose emphasized the shame of that crime. For sulfur stinks, and fire burns. So it was just that Sodomites, burning with perverse desires arising from the flesh like stench, should perish by fire and sulfur so that through this just punishment they would realize the evil they had committed, led by a perverse desire."


Read more at:

https://tfpstudentaction.org/blog/12-quotes-against-sodomy-that-every-catholic-should-know

Anonymous said...

From Fr z.

…….At the top, I mentioned the Dialogues of St. Catherine of Siena. In the passage I cited, Christ says:

[The sin of sodomy] does indeed displease Me so much and I hold it in such abomination that for it alone I buried five cities by a Divine judgment, My Divine justice being no longer able to endure it.

Turning to the rabbinic tradition, Rabbi Huna (Talmudist +297) said that

“The generation of the Flood was not wiped out until they wrote marriage documents or contracts for the union of a man to a male or to an animal.” – Genesis Rabbah 26:5 (Genesis 6:2) (cf. also Leviticus Rabbah 23:9 (Leviticus 18:2-4)

Get that? God did not bring on the Flood because men were committing unnatural acts. He brought the Flood because they codified same-sex unions. They gave them approval. As it were, they blessed them.

Hmmm… Save The Liturgy… Save The World………



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