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saying with a loud voice: Woe, woe, woe to the inhabitants of the earth....
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:13]

Sunday, December 3, 2017

CAUTION FRANCIS SPEAKS: Francis Tries to Sell Heresy As “Authentic Magisterium”

CAUTION FRANCIS SPEAKS: Francis Tries to Sell Heresy As “Authentic Magisterium”

The Acta Apostolicae Sedis, the official gazette of the Holy See, not only published Francis’ approval of a heretic interpretation of Amoris Laetitia but even labels it as “authentic magisterium”.

Francis' private letter is now upgraded to the status of an “Apostolic Letter” and includes a June 2017 rescript by the Secretary of State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin. The rescript declares that both documents, the heretic guidelines of the Buenos Aires bishops and the approving letter of Francis bear the character of “authentic magisterium”. The term “authentic magisterium” is connected in Canon 752 of Church law to a “religious submission of the intellect and will”.

Francis‘ “authentic magisterium“ directly contradicts the “authentic Magisterium” of the Catechism, that states in number 1650 “in fidelity to the words of Jesus Christ”, that the new union of divorced and remarried Catholics “cannot be recognized as valid if the first marriage was”. And, “If the divorced are remarried civilly, they find themselves in a situation that objectively contravenes God’s law.”

TradCatKnight Radio, "Antipope Francis the Great Fallen Star" 



  1. This "rescript" issued by Cardinal Parolin is a trial balloon to test how the faithful respond to an "authentic magisterium" announcement by (un)Pope Francis. If the only complaints come from the never-satisfied crowd of rigid traditionalists, the (un)Pope will know it is safe to continue forward with the other planned big changes. The pesky traditionalists can always be done away with at a later time.

  2. good to see u terry, hope to see u daily

  3. If a Catholic clergyman believes that Jesus' teaching on divorce is too strict, if he thinks that Jesus was "morally wrong," then he should simply stop being a Catholic clergyman. He is of course sinning when he ignores Jesus' teaching and pretends that "mercy" dictates something contrary to Jesus' obviously unequivocal teaching, when it logically cannot. Further, the question arises, shall we be completely merciful and excuse everyone from following all Law?

    I am sure that Jesus was thinking of the children in a marriage when he established the Christian law regarding divorce; but more importantly, none should judge God's Law by his own secular morality, none should pronounce it just or unjust, and none should lie about the Law.

    Those who lie about the Law seem to believe in no afterlife. Suffering caused by obedience to the Law pays for sins; violating the Law can result in damnation. Why are they so concerned with happiness in this life?

    Above all: The greatest righteousness is unquestioning obedience to God and to His Law.