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In another spontaneous in-plane interview
during his flight from Armenia to Rome on June 26, 2016, Pope Francis
threw out a slew of explosive remarks: the “intentions of Martin Luther
were not mistaken,” “Lutherans and Catholics agree on the doctrine of
justification,” perhaps “Christians owe ‘gays’ an apology for past
The typical uproar followed: confused “explanations” from the Vatican
spokesman and the progressivists justifying his remarks and hot
critiques from the ever growing anti-Francis conservative sector.
Pulling out nails & waiting for resignations
Less than two weeks later, on July 5, Francis made clear what he thinks
of the latter group, which includes traditionalists like us, and how he
plans to deal with the clergy who would keep him from pursuing his
“vision” for the Church.
The Church should apologize to ‘gays’
“What is your relationship with ultra-conservatives in the Church?” an Argentine journalist from La Nacion asked the Pope in the interview.
“They do their work and I do mine,” he responded, thereby admitting the
two camps. ”I want a Church that is open, understanding, that
accompanies families who are hurting,” he continued. “But, they say no
to everything.” The opposition doesn’t bother him: “I continue my course
without looking over my shoulder.”
No, there is no turning back for Francis, just straight forward enforcing the agenda of the Revolution.
And how does he deal with the criticism that comes from ecclesiastical
ranks? “I don’t cut off heads,” he said. He has another method. With a
broad smile, he revealed it, “You remove nails by putting pressure on
the top. Or you set them aside to rest when they reach retirement age.”
Little by little, Francis plans rid the Church of what remains of the
“conservative” wing in the Hierarchy and make appointments that promote
his inclusive “pastoral” approach toward the false religions,
homosexuals, immigrants, the ecology, etc.
Two recent initiatives set the tone of his plan.
Cupich in the Chicago Archdiocese
On July 7, yesterday, Francis named Archbishop Blase Cupich of Chicago
to the Vatican’s Congregation for Bishops, a position that gives him a
strong voice in naming the next generation of Bishops in the U.S. and
around the world. It is this Vatican Congregation composed of 30 senior
Prelates that submits recommendation for new appointments of Bishops to
the Pope, who almost always accepts the proffered names.
Culpich made Archbishop of Chicago & Cardinal, now he is also a bishop-maker at the Vatican
The other American in the Congregation is the very progressivist Card.
Donald Wuerl of Washington DC, replacing Card. Raymond Burke who was
peremptorily removed by Francis in December 2013. Clearly Burke was one
of those “nails” that needed removing in the Church edifice.
If readers recall, Wuerl was selected by Francis to be a member of the
drafting committee for the final documents of his two Synods of Bishops
on the family. Like Francis, he welcomes
a “more open approach” for the divorced and remarried to receive
Communion. He is also a strong supporter of admitting homosexuals in the
Church and approving their lifestyle.
And what about the newly appointed American “bishop-maker” Card. Cupich?
Relying on the “inviolable” nature of conscience, Cupich
has stated publicly
that he believes divorced and remarried couples could be permitted to
receive the sacraments. Regarding homosexual “couples,” he believes they
must be accompanied and welcomed in the Church with openness and
After the “Orlando massacre,” as the media has dubbed the killings at
the homo nightclub, Cupich did not waste a moment to reach out to the
“gay and lesbian” community to express his sympathy and solidarity with
its members. Quoting Card. Ratzinger’s letter issued 40 years ago that
deplored the fact that some homosexual persons are the object of violent
speech or crimes, he
intolerance against homosexuals. He also took the opportunity to call
for gun control, which he named one of the “root causes” of such
Cupich followed up his initial statement with a letter addressed to the
AGLO (Archdiocesan Gay and Lesbian Outreach). “Dear Brothers and
Sisters in Christ,” Cupich
“I stand with you.” He cited his strong outreach to the homo community
as an attempt to emulate the example set by Pope Francis.
Like Card. Wuerl, Cupich has called for allowing divorced and civilly
remarried Catholic to receive Communion in certain cases where
This appointment strengthens the progressivist wing in the U.S. At age
67, Cupich will be attending the monthly meetings of the Congregation of
Bishops for a long time.
Accepting the resignation of anti-LGBT Cardinal
We can see the second part of the Francis plan to eliminate bothersome
Prelates with traditional attitudes regarding the modern pastoral in the
case of an anti-LGBT Dominican Cardinal. The Vatican announced July 4
that Francis had accepted the resignation of Card. Nicolás de Jesús
López Rodríguez, the Archbishop of Santo Domingo.
Archbishop Lopez strongly condemned ‘gay’ U.S. Ambassador: below center, he at a pride parade
Card. López has raised the ire of the homo community with his public
remarks against the openly “gay” and “married” U.S. Ambassador to the
Dominican Republic James Brewster. Card. Lopez has called Brewster a
“faggot” and chided him for the last two years for promoting
homosexuality in the Domincan Republic. The Cardinal even organized a
“Black Monday” protest against Brewster where Catholics were asked to
show their opposition to Brewster by tying black ribbons on their cars.
To these laudable attempts of the Cardinal to stem the homosexual agenda
in his country, the U.S. media and Obama Democrats have responded with
severe criticism. In December 2015, Sen. Dick Durbin, D-Ill., went so
far as to send a letter to Pope Francis asking him to intervene on
behalf of the sodomite ambassador to stop the verbal attacks.
It is unknown whether the Vatican responded to Durbin’s letter. Instead,
Francis bided his time and waited for the resignation letter of Card.
Lopez. One day after Ambassador Brewster took part in Santo Domingo’s
Pride parade, the Vatican announced Lopez’ resignation.
His replacement to be chief Primate of the country was an surprise
appointment of a little known Bishop from the a small Diocese, Bishop
Francisco Ozoria Acosta. He has already assured the press he follows
the more open and welcoming “pastoral” style of Francis and is a
“passionate follower of Vatican II.”
Looking at the increasingly progressivist ranks of the present day
Vatican, one can only wonder how a Catholic renovation and restoration
can take place. Only the intervention of God and the chastisement of
momentous proportions predicted by Our Lady at Fatima could clean such
an accumulation of filth in the Church.