"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, August 25, 2017

A Soiled Cross: Official Logo for Francis’ Chile Trip released

A Soiled Cross: Official Logo for Francis’ Chile Trip released
Another trip, another logo…

Another trip, another logo: After releasing the official logo for “Pope” Francis’ trip to Peru earlier this month, the Vatican has now unveiled the logo and motto for Jorge Bergoglio’s trip to Chile. You can see it above (click the image for a larger view).
This time, we really can’t accuse the designers of not adding a big-enough cross. A cross is indeed plenty visible. How it is displayed, however, is another matter: The cross itself looks unappealing, and its contours are deliberately fuzzy.
Not enough, on the Cross itself is superimposed a map of the country of Chile, which has the effect of making the Cross appear soiled or stained. Considering what we know about the apostate Vatican II Sect in general and Francis’ last four years of chaos in particular, it seems difficult to believe that this impression of a soiled Cross was unintentional.

Francis’ trip to Chile is scheduled for January 15-18, 2018. Amazingly, the papal pretender himself does not appear in the logo this time, except by way of his signature.
As for the motto, it is entirely scriptural: “My peace I give unto you” (Jn 14:27). Unfortunately, it is what Christ said immediately afterwards that is usually forgotten in the Modernist Sect: “…not as the world giveth, do I give unto you”. The peace of Christ is not the kind of peace preached by “Pope” Francis — which is based not on people voluntarily subjecting themselves to the sweet yoke of Christ (cf. Mt 11:30) and His sanctifying grace, but on Masonic notions of indifferentism, dialogue, encounter, and human dignity.
Other recent “papal” logos include those for Colombia, Panama, Fatima, and the United States.
If we want to sum up this latest Vatican logo for another “papal” trip, we can say this: In the Novus Ordo, no one seems able or willing to design a logo that looks dignified, holy, edifying — in other words, simply Catholic.