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Christopher Ferrara Contradicts Cardinal Müller

On June 1, the American commentator and lawyer Christopher Ferrara commented on Cardinal Müller's recent claims on EWTN, that ”it is absolutely impossible that the pope, as the successor of St. …
🤫 Bergoglio was already a known heretic in Argentina who had already been denounced even in a book in 2010; and the sin of heresy separates the heretical Ipso Fact from the Church, that is why the infallible Magisterium of the Church decrees nullity of the elevations of the deviants in The Catholic faith. Bergoglio is not a pope who has fallen into personal heresy. Bergoglio is a committed …More
🤫 Bergoglio was already a known heretic in Argentina who had already been denounced even in a book in 2010; and the sin of heresy separates the heretical Ipso Fact from the Church, that is why the infallible Magisterium of the Church decrees nullity of the elevations of the deviants in The Catholic faith. Bergoglio is not a pope who has fallen into personal heresy. Bergoglio is a committed heretic who continues with his personal heresy. In Argentina he allowed sacrilegious communion for adulterers and sodomites. We can even see Bergoglio's heresy in his books and in his heretical "pastoral care" in contradiction with Catholic doctrine.
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mccallansteve
Thank God that the Catholic Church has defenders such as Mr. Farrara.
Jungerheld
A humble pope would invite and encourage clarification rather than give this notion that the right thing is for the church to mull everything over and let the truth rise to the top, as oil in water. The answer to a world who scoffs at authority, an authoritative proclamation of any kind, is not to abandon a place of authority to join the crowd. Oil can't rise to the top when the vessel is …More
A humble pope would invite and encourage clarification rather than give this notion that the right thing is for the church to mull everything over and let the truth rise to the top, as oil in water. The answer to a world who scoffs at authority, an authoritative proclamation of any kind, is not to abandon a place of authority to join the crowd. Oil can't rise to the top when the vessel is constantly being jostled about.
mmeharriet
Chris Ferrara is SPOT ON! I encourage all to read his writings and especially his "The Great Facade" book about the crisis in the Church since Vat II. Francis has proven that he is in contradiction to previous Holy Pope's encyclicals time and time again. The examples are endless, marriage, ecumenism, Anglicanism, Divinity of Our Lord, etc.