Jan Joseph
Eens wint het Goede, God, het van het kwade, de Duivel.
Marie Madeleine
read this title ... it will make sense!

JESUS WILL NEVER COME AGAIN TO THE FLESH, HE WILL COME TO JUDGE THE LIVING AND THE DEAD, IN THE END! (read at the conclusion what St Francis of Assisi warned about in 1226)


Wake up! This personage is none other than the false prophet, the beast with 2 horns... He meticulously and slyly plans his death in advance, to then be able to resuscitate as if …More
read this title ... it will make sense!

JESUS WILL NEVER COME AGAIN TO THE FLESH, HE WILL COME TO JUDGE THE LIVING AND THE DEAD, IN THE END! (read at the conclusion what St Francis of Assisi warned about in 1226)


Wake up! This personage is none other than the false prophet, the beast with 2 horns... He meticulously and slyly plans his death in advance, to then be able to resuscitate as if by a miracle, and pass himself off as a saint!

The antichrist is already born, he is walking on this earth right now, he is real! His mother is a false virgin (La Salette), he is alive and known from some poeple on earth (in the Bible it says about the antichrist and the false prophet --- « these two were trown ALIVE into the lake of fire that burns with sulfur). He is waiting for the moment to appear and pretend he is Jesus and to sit on the seat of Peter (La Salette)!!!???

But still! Are they not trying to prepare ourselves, globally, to receive a chip? Are there no indications that it is the deep church and the deep state that is leading the planet to loss, in seeking to kill our soul by wanting to implant a chip in us – that chip is the 666 in the Bible... While he, the false prophet, has been spreading the deadly poison of his errors for several years now, he will introduce the cursed one, they work together with Lucifer.... their only chief!

Read La Salette (Diana Vaughan and which leads to Sophia Walder – Diana Vaughan existed and wrote a book at per Mélanie Calvat stated in her letters......), read Garabandal, read St. Hildergard of Bingen...

We are in the time that precedes the appearance of the ANTICHRIST, the cursed one, who will wage war against the children of God with the help of the false prophet.

Please, do not talk about good to come after Bergoglio... Read my friends!

Saint Francis of Assisi - Having summoned his brothers shortly before he died (1226) he warned them of future tribulations, saying: “My brothers act with strength, be firm and be in expectation of the Lord. A great time of tribulation and affliction in which great perils and embarrassments both temporal and spiritual will rain down, the charity of many will grow cold, and the iniquity of the wicked will abound all the more. The power of the demons will be greater than usual, the immaculate purity of our religious congregation and of others will be withered, so that very few among Christians will want to obey the true Sovereign Pontiff and the Roman Church with a sincere heart and perfect charity. At the decisive moment of this crisis, an uncanonically elected personage, elevated to the Papacy, will skillfully endeavor to communicate to many the deadly poison of his error. ...
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
St. Francis spoke 800 years ago, but it's Bergoglio/Pope Francis he was referring to. The prediction also said that this false Pope would attempt to destroy the Church, but in the end he would fail, and his reign would be brief. Francis will probably be dead soon....and his reign would, compared to others....be considered brief.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Sorry to post so much on one topic, but if this is true, it is very hopeful for the Church in short time. THat sounds bad, and appologies for that, but Francis is so unpopular that it would be very benefitting to the Church for him and his assosiates to be gone, preferably by resignation, but it looks more and more likely by his death. At first when I saw this report yesterday here, I immediatly …More
Sorry to post so much on one topic, but if this is true, it is very hopeful for the Church in short time. THat sounds bad, and appologies for that, but Francis is so unpopular that it would be very benefitting to the Church for him and his assosiates to be gone, preferably by resignation, but it looks more and more likely by his death. At first when I saw this report yesterday here, I immediatly thought....more gossip. But so many websites and outlets of Catholic groups (and not all conservative), have same message that it must be true, and being hidden by the Vatican. This Rorate Coeli twitter seems the most authenticated, because it specifically speaks of Francis "pancreas". That's very specific, and I don't think anyone would make something like that up. So I'm guessing it is true.....and in a few weeks it will be publically verified, unfortunatly for Francis.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I'm just wondering what the debate below about canonical status of Francis and/or Benedict has to do with the header topic.....about Francis being very sick. I wanted to see more verified back-up. Always there is so much gossip about a hot topic like this.....and I see no report of this on big secular websites or blogs. I think 4x this news has been repeated, but not real verified back-up. I don'…More
I'm just wondering what the debate below about canonical status of Francis and/or Benedict has to do with the header topic.....about Francis being very sick. I wanted to see more verified back-up. Always there is so much gossip about a hot topic like this.....and I see no report of this on big secular websites or blogs. I think 4x this news has been repeated, but not real verified back-up. I don't wish this illness on anyone, and I hope it's not a sin to say so, but for the Church it would be better for Francis to indeed be gone quickly , without pain serious, so perhaps a totally CAtholic Pope could be elected favorable to tradition who canceles out "Traditiones Custodes" and all the other evil and heretic agendas Francis supported so much.
Orthocat
With both John Paul 2 and Benedict 16 the main stream media speculated their demise every time they appeared to have any evidence of illness. But, though many may long for it as some sort of end to the crisis in the Church, it looks like Francis is doing fine for a man of his age.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Maybe so, but I know many are also thinking...."unfortunatly".
Jan Kanty Lipski
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I googled this to get the translation of the above. My answer is, I think maybe we might be in for a pleasant change and surprise in agenda towards tradition....or at least open to tradition and not violent dissenting pro-LGBTQ insane anti-Catholic tradition despots like Francis and his associates.
Ultraviolet
Repeating this on a daily basis won't make it true @Les Crispi It's the sort of constant self-affirmation seen in flat-earthers and other cranks.
Les Crispi
I'm not "self affirming" anything. There is definitive proof he is a heretic, which means he can't be pope. He's automatically excommunicated. Which means he is an anti pope.

Besides that, we have a made up position, not canonical, not installed by Christ, nor any previous pope, called "Pope Emeritus", which brings in the legitimacy of a previous resignation. That would also mean he's an …More
I'm not "self affirming" anything. There is definitive proof he is a heretic, which means he can't be pope. He's automatically excommunicated. Which means he is an anti pope.

Besides that, we have a made up position, not canonical, not installed by Christ, nor any previous pope, called "Pope Emeritus", which brings in the legitimacy of a previous resignation. That would also mean he's an antipope.

At this point, your constant position, which actually argues against all Canon Law and prima facie proof, is the flat-earth position. And that's called self-assurance. It's a soothing mechanism for you.

You believe, fervently, that a man who spouts daily heresies is the Vicar of Christ. What is wrong with you?

Sad.
Ultraviolet
"There is definitive proof he is a heretic, which means he can't be pope."

...and others claim the same thing for JP II,... AND for the former Benedict XVI. They're wrong and so are you. All you ever do is "reference" such "definitive proof" without citing it. You never present it. You can't because Canon Law 751 contradicts your definition of "heresy".

This is old news, Jimmy. You pushed this …More
"There is definitive proof he is a heretic, which means he can't be pope."

...and others claim the same thing for JP II,... AND for the former Benedict XVI. They're wrong and so are you. All you ever do is "reference" such "definitive proof" without citing it. You never present it. You can't because Canon Law 751 contradicts your definition of "heresy".

This is old news, Jimmy. You pushed this nonsense so often I finally even made a post covering the subject and you've never once been able to refute the points made. You can "claim" you did just like you can "claim" Canon Law supports you. But you can't post a quote proving your claim. THAT is "definiive proof" you are wrong.

"He's automatically excommunicated. Which means he is an anti pope."

You don't make that determination, The Church does. Likewise, other crack-pots claims Benedict XVI was "automatically excommunicated" as well. They're no more right than you are.

"Besides that, we have a made up position, not canonical..."

Who's "we"? :P You're a spokesman for which group now? Who's appointed you their voice? We? uh-uh. You're you.

You've tried this "Emeritus" argument already. The very term itself carries, as part of its definition, the title refers to a FORMER office held. "Emeritus" is a fancy synonym for just that: someone who USED TO hold an office and DOESN'T any longer.

...and, no, what title other people choose to give Benedict AFTER he resigns has no bearing on the legitmacy OF his resignation. Sloppy logic!

"At this point, your constant position, which actually argues against all Canon Law and prima facie proof..."

Skip the Perry Mason wanna-be terminology. You're not arguing Canon Law. You -can't- argue Canon Law. All you do is what you're doing right now: making a claim ABOUT Canon Law that you can not and will not factually support WITH Canon Law.

I've got copy-pasta. You've got noise like this. :D

Correction: You are not qualified to judge "heresy" on behalf of The Church. Meaning, Francis doesn't "spout daily heresies" just because YOU say they are heresies. Fallacy of circular reasoning.

What's wrong with me? I've corrected these mistakes of yours day after day after day and you keep repeating them. What's wrong with you?
Les Crispi
@Ultraviolet Sorry kid, JP2 and B16 never denied Catholic dogma. Maybe you've got a different copy of Canon Law, but 751 buttresses everything I've ever said about Bergoglio.

And more than that, there cannot be an expanded Papal Office to include a "Pope Emeritus". There is one pope, he holds office and ministry, he cannot keep one. a resigned pope is no longer a pope. He isn't part of the "…More
@Ultraviolet Sorry kid, JP2 and B16 never denied Catholic dogma. Maybe you've got a different copy of Canon Law, but 751 buttresses everything I've ever said about Bergoglio.

And more than that, there cannot be an expanded Papal Office to include a "Pope Emeritus". There is one pope, he holds office and ministry, he cannot keep one. a resigned pope is no longer a pope. He isn't part of the "office" of pope. And thus, Benedict 16 never properly resigned, Canon Law is invoked, and legally, not just morally, Bergoglio cannot be pope.

What is old news is your gaslighting. I find it so intriguing that you're rather passive about Bergoglio's many heresies, his sins, his offenses before God, but absolutely radical about defending him as "pope".

You'd rather have a demon squatting on the chair of St. Peter, actively destroying the TLM you're so proud to attend, turning the Church into a Lutheran abomination, denying core Catholic dogma, than having a Catholic pope.

You've got serious problems man. Strong cognitive dissonance, strong fear, and an intentional aversion to truth.

You're less Catholic than my Southern Baptist grandmother. Even she recognized the pope had to be CATHOLIC.
Ultraviolet
"Sorry kid, JP2 and B16 never denied Catholic dogma." Sorry Jimmy, The Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist is Catholic dogma. According to his critics, Benedict XVI denied that. The necessity of baptism for salvation is Catholic dogma. According to his critics, JP II denied that.

"Maybe you've got a different copy of Canon Law, but 751 buttresses everything I've ever said about Bergoglio…More
"Sorry kid, JP2 and B16 never denied Catholic dogma." Sorry Jimmy, The Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist is Catholic dogma. According to his critics, Benedict XVI denied that. The necessity of baptism for salvation is Catholic dogma. According to his critics, JP II denied that.

"Maybe you've got a different copy of Canon Law, but 751 buttresses everything I've ever said about Bergoglio."

That's why you never quote it or show how it "buttresses everything" you ever said. That's what I do to show you're wrong. I did that two years ago when you were posting under your (now banned) "Zecharia" account. Like so:

Canon Law 751 states "Heresy is the obstinate denial or obstinate doubt."

Why is this distinction between an obstinate act (denial or doubt) and an act per se so important?

"Obstinate" shows a deliberate course of action in the face of correction, i.e. "stubbornly adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course in spite of reason, arguments, or persuasion."

Citation (Merriam-Webster dictionary entry: "Obstinate")

An obstinate denial or an obstinate doubt shows that:

a.) the accused heretic has expressed a view
b.) The Church has disgreed with that view as contrary to its teachings.
c.) The Church has attempted to correct the accused heretic
d.) the accused heretic has opposed that correction by the Church.

Regarding Pope Francis,
a.) He has certainly expressed his views.
b.)-d.) have not.

Who has the temporal authority to represent the Church in correcting the supposed errors of the Church's highest temporal authority?

The author fails to say, yet this is vital for establishing even a superficial, much less legally valid, accusation of heresy according to Canon Law 751.

That's me quoting Canon Law. That's me showing how Canon Law applies to this case. You don't do that because you can't do that.

"And more than that, there cannot be an expanded Papal Office to include a "Pope Emeritus"."

Since Benedict resigned it isn't a Papal Office. It's a title and one others forced upon him. Benedict himself said so:

Benedict explained that when he initially stepped down he wanted to be called "Father Benedict" rather than Pope Emeritus or Benedict XVI, but "I was too weak at that point to enforce it."

"There is one pope, he holds office and ministry, he cannot keep one."


A title others give him is not the office or the ministry. The title others give him "emeritus" shows he is a FORMER pope. That's what any "emeritus" is someone who USED TO BE something.

"And thus, Benedict 16 never properly resigned..."

Utter garbage Zero support shown as always from you. Just like your endless blather about how Canon Law supports you. Zero support shown. As usual, there's never any evidence backing your claim.

Oh boy, Jimmy's using Loads O' Bold! What's "old news" is you've banned more times than anyone else on this site for spouting this kind of garbage.

"I find it so intriguing that you're rather passive about Bergoglio's many heresies..."

I find it intriguing you keep choosing to make the same fallacies of circular reasoning. It isn't ignorance on your part, it's deliberate wilfull supidity. You're not the arbiter of heresy as The Church uses the term. You don't get to decide Benedict XVI and JP II weren't "heretics" for their errors but Francis supposedly is. Where on earth did you pick up such an insane delusion YOU speak for The Church?

"You'd rather have a demon squatting on the chair of St. Peter, actively destroying the TLM you're so proud to attend..."

The same one you don't attend. :D Always cracks me up how you'll raise the very Mass you're just as quick to sneer at. Understandable hypocrisy.

You don't care about the TLM. You care about "Bergoglio". The TLM is just an excuse for you to justify your insane hatred of the Pope.

"turning the Church into a Lutheran abomination"

If it is, we can thank Vatican Council II for that. Your attitude here is a perfect example of that "Lutheran abomination". Two Popes state error after error, but they're not heretics because YOU say so. The latest pope states error after error but he supposedly a heretic because YOU say so. No, Jimmy. YOU don't get to make that call.

"Strong cognitive dissonance, strong fear, and an intentional aversion to truth."

Cool story, Dr. Phil. Cognitive dissonance is YOU picking and choosing which Popes are allowed by YOU to spout errors and which are not. You live in Double Standards City, Jimmy.
Ultraviolet
"You're less Catholic than my Southern Baptist grandmother."

Finally the truth comes out. I knew you were a ex-Lutheran with a Lutheran upbringing. Thank you for confirming it. This explains your entire attitude "The Church teaches whatever I say it does." It's pure Lutheran "Sola Scriptura" wrongly applied to faith you don't understand.

What you're displaying is the non-existant catechesis …More
"You're less Catholic than my Southern Baptist grandmother."

Finally the truth comes out. I knew you were a ex-Lutheran with a Lutheran upbringing. Thank you for confirming it. This explains your entire attitude "The Church teaches whatever I say it does." It's pure Lutheran "Sola Scriptura" wrongly applied to faith you don't understand.

What you're displaying is the non-existant catechesis in the (your words) " Lutheran abomination" of the modern Church.

The Catholic Church makes the official ruling on who is a heretic by Church standards, not ex-heretics like you.
Scapular
Perhaps it wasn’t a placebo?
Ultraviolet
The closest Francis ever came to getting vaccinated was the "classical music" record he shoplifted from the record store. Pic related. :D
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I do not wish suffering on Francis, no matter how much a heretic, and how bad a pope he is and has been. I am only 27, and only have known JPII, Benedict XVI, and Bergoglio/Francis. In my eyes, only Benedict XVI was most like a true Pope....JPII somehwat, and Francis not at all. He has destroyed so much of the Church, and persecuted the only flourishing, faithful group. I have a feeling that he …More
I do not wish suffering on Francis, no matter how much a heretic, and how bad a pope he is and has been. I am only 27, and only have known JPII, Benedict XVI, and Bergoglio/Francis. In my eyes, only Benedict XVI was most like a true Pope....JPII somehwat, and Francis not at all. He has destroyed so much of the Church, and persecuted the only flourishing, faithful group. I have a feeling that he will not live to see the conclusion of his "Synodal Church" plans, and perhaps not even be here for this coming Christmas 2022. Probably not. I do not think he will even be here to create any more of his heretic cardinals.
I would like to think, and I hope I am not wrong, that the Sacred College of Cardinals, inspired by the Holy Spirit, will elect a CATHOLIC pope, someone who practically from his first day, will recind "Traditiones Custodes", and cancel out all of Francis' agenda.
I hate to say "God be praised", for the misfortune of others. God give Francis the Grace to die quickly and without much pain. But "God be Praised" that is short time, the Church may be saved for more disaster and wreckage of Francis. His supporters will be scattered and fired/removed from office. Good riddance ...that is what they deserve.
Mathathias Maccabeus
+ God be swift, and let the man repent before the end.
Ultraviolet
I hope you're not wrong, either. But the heir-apparent for the Papacy is the crying, giggling Cardinal Tagle. He's going to make Francis look like Benedict.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Tagle won't get in. He is hated by a large part of the Sacred College.
Mathathias Maccabeus
Louis IX
It is terrible to hear about anyone suffering from cancer. When his time comes, as it does for us all, I pray that he has a holy death and will in God's Mercy and Justice eventually achieve the Beatific Vision.
Angelo Santelli
Well, Louis IX, if Providence is just Bergoglio will not be spendng the eternity of existence with Him. He has been a nasty, vituperative, vindictive, uncharitable, mendacious, despotic .anti-Scripture bizarre occurrence in the history of the Church. Not even the Borgias match him in his hatred for those who dared to chanllenge him. Why God allowed this excrement to occupy the chair of Peter …More
Well, Louis IX, if Providence is just Bergoglio will not be spendng the eternity of existence with Him. He has been a nasty, vituperative, vindictive, uncharitable, mendacious, despotic .anti-Scripture bizarre occurrence in the history of the Church. Not even the Borgias match him in his hatred for those who dared to chanllenge him. Why God allowed this excrement to occupy the chair of Peter transcends human understanding. What Bergoglio has done to drive Catholics away from the Sacraments is simply disgusting.
Mathathias Maccabeus
If providence is merciful, Francis will repent and get to spend eternity with Him.

We should all pray for his repentance, and all pray for his salvation.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Angelo Santelli----- I think your post is same thing that so many good and faithful Catholics think of Francis. I don't wish him suffering, but he excactly what you said!!
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I asked my uncle on e-mail who is a doctor. He says if news is true, (since Francis was undoubtedly diagnosed last summer already 6 months ago), 6-months...considering the care he gets, perhaps a year. His age is much against him according to my uncle.
salliperson
@Angelo Santelli You asked, “Why God allowed this excrement to occupy the chair of Peter transcends human understanding.”

God sent us exactly what we deserve. We will not be blessed with a holy Pope until we repent and society changes her ways.

Can you imagine what God sees and hears from the untold number of abortions committed each day? When men lay with men!
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I think the next Pope to be elected soon will, to the surprise of all the progressives, be a Pope much like in the mold of Benedict XVI...or even better. It is not impossible that the new Pope will be a good Patriarch that Francis in his wicked term passed over every time he created a group of Cardinals. I think it is wise to remember that not ALL of Francis' cardinal appointments are radical …More
I think the next Pope to be elected soon will, to the surprise of all the progressives, be a Pope much like in the mold of Benedict XVI...or even better. It is not impossible that the new Pope will be a good Patriarch that Francis in his wicked term passed over every time he created a group of Cardinals. I think it is wise to remember that not ALL of Francis' cardinal appointments are radical progressives like himself. And most of those that are that he appointed are 75+. Parolin won't get it, or Tagle, or Zuppi, or Cupich, or any other of the liberal talking heads always mentioned. I think it will be a Benedict XVI cardinal, and someone very much like him liturgically....or even more so.
celia ann
Pope Francis could do something really good right now. He could consecrate Russia to Our Lady's Immaculate Heart along with all the bishops of the world. What has he got to lose?
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
Longshot, but Burke would be an outstanding choice as Pope.