Noto Bishop Antonio Staglianò, Sicily, praised on OsservatoreRomano.va (September 4), the John-Lennon song “Imagine,” saying that it “poetically reconfigures a new world” which - “without exaggeration”- is in line with the “magisterium of Fratelli tutti.”
An accomplished pop-singer and guitar player (“inventor of Pop Theology”), Staglianò has been singing “Imagine” for Christmas to his diocese because “Jesus too would have sung this song with conviction.”
The problem: The song starts with the words “imagine there’s no heaven” and later adds “and no religion, too.”
But this is no problem for Staglianò because “one must deny a paradise for which one kills and dies” – although there is no word about such a “paradise” in Lennon’s song.
Staglianò trivialises atheism by claiming that it is “a denial of a false God-idol that even Christians should deny (a God for whom to kill and make wars, 'because God wants it').” He should tell this to the millions of Christians murdered by militant atheists.
Interestingly, Staglianò refers in his article five times to Francis which points at the aim of so much craziness: a crazy bishop writes a crazy article in a crazy daily to attract the attention of a likeminded pope, hoping that such highfalutin craziness will promote him to the crazy Roman Curia after twelve years in a provincial mini diocese.
However, since July 2019, Staglianò has found a competitor in Giovanni Mosciatti who established himself as a “rock bishop” by playing the trumpet in a rock band the evening after his induction as Bishop of Imola.
Where did these bishops come from ? why are they in the catholic church ? its not to teach the Gospel of our Lord Jesus for sure ,they misguide and bring the faithfull to error ,Lord we need real sheppards in our church (PRAY)
I am disgusted when I witness a fellow Catholic (in this case an Italian ) try to appear relevant by appealing to a modernist spirit.
Try this, Tony!
Try this, Tony!