"And I beheld, and heard the voice of one eagle flying through the midst of heaven,
saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Magisterium in the era of Francis

Magisterium in the era of Francis 

By: Call Me Jorge...

Straight from Jorge's mouth!

Miles Christi sent us his new paper, Francis the Destroyer: An Anthology of the Bergoglian “Magisterium”,  in which he has compiled quotes from Francis' mouth and from his pen.  It was an eye opener for us, at Call Me Jorge..., as it is next to impossible to keep up with everything said by the humble motormouth.  The quotes included the following topics: Moslems, Talmudic Jews, education, sodomites, dialogue, evils of the world, human rights, God, proselytism, the Blessed Virgin Mary, greetings to terrorists, inequality, the poor church, baptism, theologians, atheism, sin, corruption, dogma, and much, much more!  It's all there and every single quote is sourced!  This is a paper Michael Voris, Terry Carroll, and company over at ChurchMilitant.TV will not touch with a ten foot pole nor read!  It comes with a WARNING label too,
Warning to readers: The quotations of Jorge Bergoglio, being particularly perverse and misleading, are extremely dangerous for the souls and offensive to God

       Bishop Williamson: Francis Leading Souls into Hell

We thank Miles Christi for the time and thought he put into compiling this anthology. Dear readers, please keep Miles Christi in your prayers.

Francis the Destroyer: An Anthology of the Bergoglian “Magisterium” 
by Miles Christi 
12 February 2015
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To read Miles Christi's previous paper, The strange papacy of "Pope" Francis by Miles Christi, click here.
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1 comment:

  1. Francis has a long rap sheet of favourable relations with the rabbis and the synagogue