"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]

Friday, October 16, 2015

Francis faces "poison bait" plot & yet more on "aliens"....

Francis faces "poison bait" plot & yet more talk on "aliens"....
Allison Phillipson
More nonsense from the mainstream press...
The article:
Conservatives within the Catholic Church are trying to lay "poisoned bait" for "Pope" Francis, it has been claimed just days after the pontiff faced a rebellion from Vatican cardinals opposed to his more liberal stance.
With the Pontiff mid-way through a Vatican summit on the family that has been dogged by scandal and rumours of plotting, Italian newspapers on Wednesday reported numerous accounts of plots to destabilise Pope Francis.
Nello Scavo, a journalist at Avvenire, an Italian daily linked to the Catholic Church, told La Repubblica there was a concerted move to "weaken the character and the strength of Pope Francis".
“There is an ideological battle, it is true,” said Mr Scavo, the author of a new book entitled The Enemies of Francis. "In recent years there have also been some inside the curia who have tried to lay poisoned bait for Francis."

 He cited the example of Krzysztof Charamsa, a senior Vatican official and Polish priest, who came out publicly as gay just a day before the Vatican summit began, criticising what he called "institutionalised homophobia in the church".
Monsignor Charamsa also claimed that a majority of priests were gay, before being sacked just hours later by the Vatican.
Leonardo Boff, a theologian who has close ties with the pope, told Oggi magazine it was "a trap set by those on the right of the church who oppose the pope".
"Because he [Charamsa] didn't do it in a simple way," he added. "But in a provocative way in order to create problems for the Synod and for Francis".
On Monday the three-week debate tackling thorny issues such as homosexuality and divorce was thrown into chaos as a rebellious letter to Pope Francis signed by 13 cardinals was leaked to Italy’s L’Espresso magazine.
The letter urged against abandoning key elements of Catholic doctrine, warning the Catholic church risked collapse in the same way liberal protestant churches had done.

Federico Lombardi, chief Vatican spokesman, described the letter as an "an act of disturbance".
Vatican experts warned certain sections of the church were trying to recreate the climate that lead to the Vatileaks scandal, when a series of secret documents were leaked alleging corruption and nepotism within the Vatican administration. 
Pope Francis issued a surprise public apology this week for the scandals which have shaken the Vatican and Rome in recent weeks.
"I want, in the name of the Church, to ask forgiveness for the scandals which have recently hit Rome and the Vatican. I ask you for forgiveness," Pope Francis said at the start of his weekly general audience in Saint Peter's Square.

"It is inevitable that scandals happen, but 'woe to that man by whom the offence cometh!'" he said, quoting a passage from the Bible.
Vatican expert Joshua McElwee writing in the National Catholic Reporter described the apology as an "extraordinary step".
The scandal of the letter has only intensified since it was leaked after four of the alleged signatories denied involvement. The alleged leader of the rebellion, George Pell, the Pope's Finance minister, claimed the leaked version had "errors".

Around 270 cardinals, archbishops and bishops have been brought together at the Synod to discuss contentious issues such as celibacy for priests, abortion, the Church’s stance towards homosexuals and whether to grant Communion to divorced Catholics who have then remarried.
The gathering is seen as ideological battleground between the conservative and progressive wings of the Catholic Church.

Will the "conservatives" please wake up and realize they are apart of the problem! 

Do aliens exist? Pope Francis tackles this (and other things) in new interview

.- Pope Francis discussed in a new interview topics ranging from his reasons for canonizing the parents of St. Therese of Lisieux, to his thoughts on whether there could be life on other planets.
The interview with French journalist Caroline Pigozzi of Paris Match was conducted in Italian, and published in both Italian and French Oct. 15.

Pigozzi is known for making the Pope's eyes light up in January when on board his flight to the Philippines she gifted him a silver bas-relief, or carving, of St. Therese of Lisieux, to whom he has a strong devotion.
In the interview, the Pope said that he is doing “well,” but confessed that he is tired due to his recent Sept. 23-27 visit to the United States, as well as the demands of the current synod of bishops on the family.
He then responded to questions covering a wide variety of topics, including climate change, as well as his thoughts on whether or not extraterrestrials exist.

The journalist brought up NASA’s discovery last July of a new planet, Kepler 452 B, which resembles Earth in its dimensions and characteristics, asking whether there could be thinking beings elsewhere in the universe.
“Honestly I wouldn't know how to answer,” the Pope replied, explaining that while scientific knowledge (phony science) has until now excluded the possibility of other thinking beings in the universe, “until America was discovered we thought it didn't exist, and instead it existed.”
“But in every case I think that we should stick to what the scientists tell us, still aware that the Creator is infinitely greater than our knowledge.”

Francis said that the one thing he is sure about in the universe and the world in which we live is that it “is not the result of chance or chaos,” but rather of divine intelligence.
It is the result “of the love of God who loves us, who created us, who desired us and never leaves us alone,” he said.
Pope Francis also spoke about the reasons behind his decision to canonize the parents of St. Therese of Lisieux, Louis and Zélie Martin. They will officially be declared saints by the Pope this Sunday, Oct. 18, and are the first married couple to be canonized together.

The Martins, he said, “are an evangelistic couple who throughout their whole life gave witness to the beauty of faith in Jesus, both inside and outside of their home.”
At a time when “a certain bourgeois ethics” despised the poor with the excuse of maintaining a certain decorum, the Martins instead opened their hearts and doors to them, he said.
“Those two, with their five children, devoted their energy, time and money to help the needy. Certainly they are a model of holiness and of married life.”

St. Therese, the youngest of the Martin’s five children, is someone the Pope frequently goes to with special intentions, and to ask for favors.
He said that the reason for his strong devotion to the young Carmelite nun is that “she is one of the saints that speaks to us most about the grace of God.”
“The little Therese understood in her existence what love is, the reconciling love of Jesus, which impels the children of his Church. This is what Therese of Lisieux has taught me,” he said.
Francis said he also appreciates the saint’s reflections on the dangers of gossip and “the spirit of curiosity,” both of which he has spoken of often since his election as Bishop of Rome.
On the topic of climate change, the Pope was asked if he had a message for the upcoming climate summit in Paris. He responded by saying that “the Christian is a realist, not catastrophic.”
“Because of this, we cannot hide the evidence: the current world system in unsustainable,” he said, and expressed his hope that the summit “can contribute to a concrete choice, shared and farsighted, for the common good.”

He said there must be an end to the “indiscriminate exploitation” of the planet and the deterioration of our common home, and that we must “protect man from auto-destruction.”
To do this, humanity has to renounce the idolatry of money and again place the human being, their dignity and the common good at the center. Otherwise, “out descendants will be forced to live on heaps of rubble and dirt.”

Pope Francis, who is a known pizza-lover, was also asked if he has ever considered hopping on a bus dressed as a simple priest and going to a Roman pizzeria.
In response, the Pope said that “I haven't completely abandoned my black clerics under the white cassock!”
“I would certainly like to be able to wander the streets still, the streets of Rome, which is a beautiful city.” He said he has always been “a priest of the streets,” and that some of Jesus’ most important encounters happened there.

However, he also recognized that while he would love to go out and eat a good pizza with friends, it’s not easy. In fact, he said that to do so is “almost impossible” for him.
Yet Francis did say that he has no lack of contact with people, and that as Pope he meets “many, much more than when I was in Buenos Aires, and this gives me great joy!”
“When I embrace the people I meet, I know that Jesus is keeping me in his arms,” he said.
Francis also touched on his reasons for never visiting the U.S. until this year.   He explained   that the trips he made were all for meetings related to his duties either bishop or as master of novices, provincial and rector of philosophy and theology for the Jesuits, and that none of them were held in the U.S.
“None of those meetings, congresses or synods took place in the United States. This is the reason I never had the occasion to visit this country before.”
Other topics addressed in the interview were migration, the refugee crisis, global conflicts and his reasons for calling the Jubilee of Mercy, which he said was the result of deep reflection and prayer.

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  1. Charamsa is probably right when he "...claimed that a majority of priests were gay,..."
    I have heard this several times over the years.

  2. "To do this, humanity has to renounce the idolatry of money and again place the human being, their dignity and the common good at the center."

    Yes, because placing God, His Dignity, and His Goodness at the center would mean establishing the Social Kingship of Christ and that would go completely opposite of Pope Francis' dream of a socialist one world government.

    1. Vatican II the new religion of "human dignity and conscience"

  3. Will do rosary in unison with Church Triumphant shortly for purgatory souls and these church leaders whom are in very serious mortal danger to oppose Jesus Christ,The Holy Ghost and The Father Almighty.Please likewise do the same as some will overcome albeit late.

  4. When I read Francis's encyclical 95% of the writing was repeated information and having the audacity to believe the junk that Gore has been spewing for years. He spoke very vaguely and could be mis-read very easily. It's true, living in a first world environment we have become decadent and extremely wasteful and have polluted our water sources. We have recognized the problem and we have tried to fix it. However, trusting our government to push carbon taxes will only destroy our nation and the rest of the world while the large corporations which are free from prosecution for the most part profit from all the environmental panic.

  5. save the planet! save souls not so much....