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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

Francis, an Antipope Heretic? This is “Old News”



Francis, an Antipope Heretic?  This is “Old News”
By:  Eric Gajewski 
From material heresy to now OBVIOUS formal heresy…
IN ADDITION: What does the Church teach on the “old covenant” being revoked or not?
ANTIPOPE FRANCIS

The problem is far deeper than Francis and those, who, constantly, try to avoid, the problem of Vatican II, are equally to blame.  They are objective destroyers of the Church too lest we forget.




The “conservative” Novus Ordo world was flipped upside down the other day as Francis attempted to purport his latest heresy as “authentic Magesterium”.  The news traveled “to and fro” as if this truly changed anything from what we already should have previously known about Francis.  And what is that?  That Francis was already a material heretic to begin with.  That FrancisMafia ran Benedict XVI out of town making him an Antipope.  So, what is the problem?  The problem is these “conservative” types are material heretics (in the very least) themselves following the new principles of the Novus Ordo religion since Vatican II.   

To add to this, Fr.  Kramer, reminds, the faithful, on social media, yesterday, that, Francis is now a formal heretic and STILL not the true Pope.   

It only adds to the case against Bergoglio.   

"HAVING EFFECTIVELY REPLIED TO THE DUBIA, BERGIGLIO MANIFESTS PERTINACITY: HE HAS VISIBLY SEPARATED HIMSELF FROM THE CATHOLIC CHURCH, AND THEREBY FORFEITS ANY OFFICE HE MAY HAVE HELD, AND LOSES ALL ECCLESIASTICAL DIGNITY, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RULING OF SESSION 37 OF THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE. Fr. Kramer



Back track. FrancisTeaching on the Old Covenant.   Francis has been speaking heresy for quite a while something the “conservatives” fail to see.  According to Francis it was not necessary for Jesus to have come and died for the old law was never revoked!

247. We hold the Jewish people in special regard because their covenant with God has never been revoked, for “the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable” (Rom 11:29).
Francis, EVANGELII GAUDIUM




Where was the “dubia” then?  The reality is the dubia is heretical as well.  John Paul II and Benedict XVI taught too many heresies to keep up with.  This one in particular as well.  You won’t hear that on the false traditionalist sites.  Having said that, what does the Church teach in regards to the “Old Covenant” being revoked?  The answer now follows:

Pope Piux XII, Mystici Corporis Christi, 29-30: “…the New Testament took the place of the Old Law which had been abolished…but on the gibbet of His death Jesus made void the Law with its decrees fastened the handwriting of the Old Testament to the Cross. On the Cross then the Old Law died, soon to be buried and to be a bearer of death, in order to give way to the New Testament of which Christ had chosen the Apostles as qualified ministers.”

The Catechism of the Council of Trent: Part III: The Decalogue: “With regard to the exposition of this Commandment, the faithful are carefully to be taught how it agrees with, and how it differs from the others, in order that they may understand why we observe and keep holy not Saturday but Sunday. The point of difference is evident. The other Commandments of the Decalogue are precepts of the natural law, obligatory at all times and unalterable. Hence, after the abrogation of the Law of Moses, all the Commandments contained in the two tables are observed by Christians, not indeed because their observance is commanded by Moses, but because they are in conformity with nature which dictates obedience to them.”[3]

Council of Florence: “that the matter pertaining to the law of the Old Testament, of the Mosaic law…although they were suited to the divine worship at that time, after our Lord’s coming had been signified by them, ceased, and the sacraments of the New Testament began.”[4]

Pope Urban VIII, Profession of Orthodox Faith, 1642: “Similarly, we profess that the legalities of the Old Testament, the ceremonies of the Mosaic Law, the rites, sacrifices, and sacraments have ceased at the coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ; they cannot be observed without sin after the promulgation of the Gospel. The distinction of clean and unclean foods found in the old Law pertains to the ceremonies which have passed away with the rise of the Gospel. The Apostles' prohibition on food offered to idols, blood, and the meat of strangled animals was suitable at that time to remove cause for disagreement between Jews and Gentiles; but since the reason for this prohibition has ceased to be, the prohibition too has come to an end.”

Pope Benedict XV, Ex Quo, 63: “The second consideration is that although the ceremonial precepts of the old Law have come to an end with the promulgation of the Gospel, and the new Law does not contain any precept which distinguishes between clean and unclean foods, nevertheless the Church of Christ has the power of renewing the obligation to observe some of the old precepts for just and serious reasons, despite their abrogation by the new Law.”[5]

The Fathers (representative sample of their consensus):

St. John Chrysostom: “Yet surely Paul’s object everywhere is to annul this Law….And with much reason; for it was through a fear and a horror of this that the Jews obstinately opposed grace” (Homily on Romans, 6:12); “And so while no one annuls a man’s covenant, the covenant of God after four hundred and thirty years is annulled; for if not that covenant but another instead of it bestows what is promised, then is it set aside, which is most unreasonable” (Homily on Galatians, Ch 3);

St. Augustine: “Instead of the grace of the law which has passed away, we have received the grace of the gospel which is abiding; and instead of the shadows and types of the old dispensation, the truth has come by Jesus Christ. Jeremiah also prophesied thus in God’s name: ‘Behold, the days come, says the Lord, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah...’ Observe what the prophet says, not to Gentiles, who had not been partakers in any former covenant, but to the Jewish nation. He who has given them the law by Moses, promises in place of it the New Covenant of the gospel, that they might no longer live in the oldness of the letter, but in the newness of the spirit” (Letters, 74, 4);

Justin Martyr: Now, law placed against law has abrogated that which is before it, and a covenant which comes after in like manner has put an end to the previous one; and an eternal and final law – namely, Christ – has been given to us, and the covenant is trustworthy…Have you not read…by Jeremiah, concerning this same new covenant, He thus speaks: ‘Behold, the days come,’ says the Lord, ‘that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah…’” (Dialogue with Trypho, Ch 11).

Scripture’s Testimony:

Hebrews 7:18: “On the one hand, a former commandment is set aside because of its weakness and uselessness ”

Hebrews 10:9: “He abolishes the first in order to establish the second

Hebrews 8:13: “In speaking of a new covenant he treats the first as obsolete. And what is becoming obsolete and growing old is ready to vanish away

Fr Hesse: Do Jews Worship the Same God as Catholics?  


Fr. Kramer wrote on January 31, 2016:
 
On December 10, 2015, as reported by NBC News, the Vatican’s Commission for Religious Relations with Jews issued a major new document pronouncing that God had never annulled his covenant with the Jewish people, and so Catholics should not try to convert Jews: “The Church is therefore obliged to view evangelization to Jews, who believe in the one God, in a different manner from that to people of other religions and world views.”

It is a defined dogma of the Council of Florence that the Mosaic Covenant has ceased. The ancient Fathers unanimously teach that the Old Covenant is the Sinai Covenant of Moses, and that it is revoked, abrogated and abolished.
It is not for no reason that the Fathers teach that the Old Covenant was revoked: they simply received that doctrine straight out of the NT writings of St. Paul ("in Christ it is made void" - 2 Cor. 3:15). In Chapter 8 of Hebrews, the Apostle explains that the Mosaic Covenant is called the Old Covenant precisely because it it made old by the New Covenant, and is to be ended: " Now in saying a new, he hath made the former old. And that which decayeth and groweth old, is near its end."
On this solid basis of scripture and Tradition, the Catholic Church has defined (Council of Florence) that the Old Covenant is revoked, abolished, and abrogated (cf. Benedict XIV, Ex quo primum, 1 March 1756).
The objection made by Wojtyła/Ratzinger/Bergoglio, that says the Old Covenant was never revoked because the promise made to Abraham is irrevocable, is a heretical non sequirur. The Covenant with Abraham is irrevocable, but it is not and has never been professed to be the Old Covenant. Even for Jews, "The Covenant" is the Sinai Covenant, mediated by Moses. It was that covenant of which the prophet Jeremiah spoke, saying it would be replaced by a new covenant: " Behold the days shall come, saith the Lord, and I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Juda: Not according to the covenant which I made with their fathers, in the day that I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt: the covenant which they made void, and I had dominion over them, saith the Lord." (Jer. 31: 31-2).
Thus it is patent that the doctrine of the non revocation of the Old Covenant, professed by John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Archbishop (Emeritus of Buenos Aires) Jorge Bergoglio; and explicitly set forth in the so called Catechism of the Catholic Church, is contrary to the perpetual dogma of the Catholic faith, and is therefore heretical.



In the end, we must, continue to pray, for those, pointing the finger, at Francis, while, still holding onto heresy themselves.  The problem is far deeper than Francis and those who constantly try to avoid the problem of Vatican II themselves are equally to blame.  They are objective destroyers of the Church too lest we forget.  The notion that all the “monotheistic religions” worship the same true God together is heretical and is Masonism.  This is yet another heresy flowing forth form the evil Second Vatican Council.

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64 comments:

  1. A very important point.Francis,more blatant,yes,but it did not begin with him.Those who think the problem is merely Francis are sadly mistaken.

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    1. YES FRANK, THOSE FOLLOWING VATICAN 2 NEED TO WAKE UP

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  2. The old roman saying is the fish rots from the head down, but it is the laity's fault because this is what they wanted. This goes for almost everyone's precious family members. What was the worst punishment God gave the people in the OT? Bad clergy. Therefore, we DESERVE it.

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  3. It is my experience that the false trads I know are just as blind as the Novus Ordos I know, just in different ways. The false trads will agree with you and then still say it is OK to go to the diocese Latin Mass. God cure them of their blindness!

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  4. Perhaps coincidentally, Trump is declaring Jerusalem the capital of Israel today. I smell the abomination of desolation coming....

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    1. SOMEONE SNIFFS THE RIGHT TRACK;)

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    2. Hehe. If it wasn't for TCK, I'd still be thinking Francis was the Pope, and the SSPX are A-OK

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  5. I would rather be labeled a sedevacantist than accept this heretic as Pope

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  6. Pope Innocent IV: “The wicked perfidy of the Jews - from whose hearts Our Saviour did not remove the veil because of their enormous crimes but caused them justly to continue in their blindness, commit acts of shame which engender astonishment in those who hear, and terror in those who discover it.” (The Wicked Perfidy of the Jews)

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  7. I stopped listening to Francis a long time ago, Caroline

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  8. I'm actually getting sick of looking at his face!

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    1. It's now tomorrow :) ...struggling a bit, but staying close to Jesus to get me through! Praying you are doing well!

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  10. NOPE FRANCIS!
    If you seek to be Catholic you will avoid his teachings

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  11. He loves novelty!

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  12. How do websites like the Remnant and OnePeterFive still hold this heretic as Pope? When will they come out and say the obvious as you have said from the start, Eric?

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  13. There will be continued excuses by the false traditionalists coming, trust me

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  14. Eric, any idea who the holy Pope to come will be? I am not sure if you have answered this or not, apologies if you have in advance. ~Burt

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  15. I didn’t realize Francis said this and John Paul II and Benedict XVI as well? Unbelievable! That is so fundamental a teaching.

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  16. Thank God for priests like Fr. Kramer. Francis is clearly a heretic there is no way around it.

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  17. The “dubia” is dubious. Keep praying 15 decades of the Rosary daily……

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  18. The New Testament, particularly St. Paul's letters, are replete with warnings about "the circumcised" and how the faithful are to avoid their ways. What used to be clear teaching from the Church is now obfuscated, underscored by "God can do what He Wills." Oh yes, that is true; however, did not Jesus Himself say that He Is The Way, The Truth and The Life and that no one comes to the Father EXCEPT through Him? God can and will do what He Wills, yet the obfuscation of V2 teaching waters down and minimizes the sacrifice of Jesus, making Him just one among many. Jesus tells us that He can, not to abolish the law, but to fulfill it. So, when something is fulfilled, it is there by complete and nothing more needs to be done with it - and it actually becomes something new for it is no longer lacking. This is analogous or should I say allegorical to our human life. We are lacking and imperfect and when the perfect comes (Jesus at our personal and Final Judgement), we will be made like He Is - we will become a totally new creation. Nothing will be lacking - all will be fulfilled and we will be transformed. So, out of love and obedience to Jesus, while we are here in our earthly lives, we are to put on new wineskins to prepare for the perfect that is to come, forsaking old ways of being. Considering that Jesus is All in All, I would think that He means this for ALL aspects of our lives, including the practices of the old covenant.

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    1. Jesus is the way those who deny the Son dont have the Father

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  19. This is nonsense Francis is keeping in line with the “hermeneutics of continuity” principle, LOL

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  20. Our Lady and Lord have to be in so much sorrow. Let us all do what we can to appease the Wrath of God. I cannot believe all of the things Francis is saying these days. It gets worse by the day. Why does the SSPX think he is Pope?

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  21. Seems the intent is there. He is a heretic no question about it

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  22. I wonder how Salza and Siscoe will respond to this.

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    1. they will tapdance and make excuses like they always do

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  23. “We cannot work together with these enemies of Our Lord’s reign.“We cannot follow these people. They’re in apostasy, they do not believe in the divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ who must reign. (Archbishop Lefebvre, “Marcel Lefebvre: The Biography” by Bishop Tissier, pp. 548-549)

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  24. Hi, new here. What do you think of ChurchMilitant website?

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  25. Have you seen Bergoglio’s background even before He became a Cardinal. The man is not suited to be a priest let alone a supposed Pope.

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  26. We knew this day would come. I was just listening to your video on Fr. Malachi Martin talking about an apostate “pope” spelling out that it would be the end. He said it would be a very dark day for the Church. It is here! Charles

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  27. Angelina G, A bait and switch theology can never be an "authentic magisterial".

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  28. These modernists are very clever with their double tongued mouths.

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  29. What I don't understand is how ALL the cardinals and bishops can be complicit and not defrock him. This says a lot. How can we trust any coward who doesn't stand up for our Lord? It sure seems to me that they are walking the same path as Judas. I for one will not follow them. They walk to perdition.

    Thanks TradCat. Articles like these bring their crimes and characters into the light and shows their true, grotesque natures. How much Our Lord must suffer for the loss of so many.

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  30. If not complicit, then removed!
    The "Dec. 9" entry at traditio.com discusses the rampant rate of BerGOGlian bishopry appointments to the murky pool from which Cardinals/Popes are made. Those who would rout him out (recall the Dubia?) find themselves gone or worse. The Canadian correspondent writes: "Dear TRADITIO Fathers:
    Francis-Bergoglio's frenetic pace of replacing bishops continues unabated. He often cannot find excuses for removing Neocon bishops. In such cases, he sends them Leftist "auxiliary" bishops. These appointments are happening fast..."
    http://www.traditio.com/comment/com1712.htm

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