"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]

Sunday, March 25, 2018

Bergoglio mocked the Patroness of children who will receive First Communion

Bergoglio mocked the Patroness of children who will receive First Communion
The sanctity of life will be carried out amid ridicule, proffered even by those who will profess it to the outside, because in those days Our Lord Jesus Christ will not send to them a true Shepherd, but a destroyer. "Prophecy of Saint Francis of Assisi 

With that he opened his mouth in blasphemies against God, blaspheming his name, and his Tabernacle, and those who dwell in heaven. Revelation 13: 6 

Dear brothers, sadly I share with you the grief I felt at knowing the lightness with which Francis spoke of Blessed Imelda, whom I esteem so much, in the pre-synod to young people, and to whom she responded to the questions that were asked of her. You can read the news here.

I include the paragraph that refers to our blessed Imelda:"..." one of the ugliest diseases of the Church ": a community" seeks a priest and does not find a father and a brother, but a doctor, a teacher or a prince. " The Pope said he was "worried" because "the priestly role of the priest is often confused and reduced to a leadership role: the boss of the company." As it is also worrying "exaggerated spiritualism": "When you find these priests a little like that, with their hands together, they always think they are in heaven ... I say: priests with the face of beata Imelda. No, it does not work ... they are unable to understand. When you have committed one of those falls that are committed in life, how are you going to tell it to him? ». In the same way, Francisco asked himself, who would go to entrust himself to a priest "who is a rigid" or, worse, "a mundane" and "attached to money"? "Pray for them, so that the Lord may convert them."A comment to these unfortunate words, because I think it is rigor and justice to make it clear that they contain a lot of hurtful things for Catholics who love the Eucharist and the saints of the Church.In the first place, Francis speaks against the ministers of God, the priests. Why does it distort the task of priests in treating with such superficiality those who serve God and his Church? Is it possible to generalize into something as serious as a priest? Are you not throwing stones at your own roof when you speak of those who are at the service of God and of the faithful Catholics in the Church, even knowing that priests have their defects and limitations, as any person? The less I feel a lack of tact and recognition towards these men who have sacrificed their life and their most noble human expectations, doing what Christ said in his Gospel:

"And everyone who has left houses, or brothers, or sisters, or father, or mother, or children or lands for my name, will receive a hundred times more, and will inherit eternal life." (Mt. 19; 29)

These servants who dedicate all their time and efforts to be witnesses of the Gospel with total radicality. I think that dealing with this issue in a public way and generalizing is absolutely wrong. And it is no less, in my opinion, to say that some priests seem to be more in heaven than on earth and have a face like "Blessed Imelda." What are you trying to make us understand with this expression so out of place? Can not you use another comparison that does not hurt the most noble thing we have, the Eucharist and the saints? It is a mockery of Blessed Imelda. It is also a mockery towards those who seek to deepen and learn from their love and devotion by receiving Jesus, embracing him in our hearts. Who could live and die like Blessed Imelda? Many times, when I receive communion, I tell Jesus that I do not know how to receive communion, that he teaches me to do so with that same spirit of the saints who were fainting for Him and who did not see the time to come and receive Him. Is not the expression "have the face of Blessed Imelda" used in a pejorative way? Since the beginning of this pontificate I have not stopped listening to expressions of this style, sometimes attacking the sanctity of the Virgin ("she is not the postmaster" or "she is not a saint who grants wishes"), old woman attacking fidelity of mothers who dared to call "rabbits" for being faithful to their motherhood, or dared to attack several dogmas of our faith by saying that "through the veins of Jesus runs pagan blood." These and countless sentences that would give to be writing hours and hours. It seems that he enjoys ridiculing the most beautiful and noble things that our faith has.

May Blessed Imelda help us to love Jesus so much that each communion is an ecstasy of love that culminates at the end of our lives with a holy death in Christ.

TradCatKnight Radio, "Antipope Francis the Great Fallen Star" 

Montse Sanmartí