Monday, April 10, 2017


We were fed this crap in the Sulpician seminary of the 1970's. It is not a method to build up faith or devotion but to destroy the faith of those who eat it. Out of a class of 60, four years later only 23 remained, the majority gone having had their faith assaulted by this Jesuit's mentality! Read the full Crux article HERE.

Jesuit chief rejects charges of ‘heresy’ for views on Gospels

Jesuit chief rejects charges of ‘heresy’ for views on Gospels
Pope Francis meets Arturo Sosa Abascal, superior general of the Society of Jesus, at the Vatican Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017. (Credit: L'Osservatore Romano/Pool Photo via AP.)
Father Arturo Sosa Abascal, the Superior General of the worldwide Jesuit order, spoke to an Italian news program on Sunday to reject charges that he was 'relativizing' the Gospels or committing doctrinal heresy when he suggested in February that the words of Jesus on marriage in the New Testament have to be 'contextualized.'


Anonymous said...

When is the letter from Francis agreeing with that Jesuit heretic going to be "leaked"? I mean that is the was Francis has chosen to spread his errors.

Why doesn't Francis act like a man and actually say "yes when he means yes and no when he means no".

If he believes that practicing, unrepentant adulterers can receive communion without amendment of life and confession why doesn't he say so.

No he gets faithless bishops like those in Malta and Germany and Kasper to spread error while he remains silent. What a devious man he truly is. He is following the Stalinist model of disseminating half truths, rumor, and tolerating others doing the dirty work while he stays silent and honors them.

Victor said...

The Sacred Scriptures as the inspired word of God is being cast aside in the Church. Everything must be pastoral, that is to say, centered on the perceived needs of man, not the revelaed will of God for man. Africa will eventually save the Church, but not before a schism first.

rcg said...

Ironically, the ubiquitous presence of recording devices is not working in Fr. Sosa's favor at all.

Anonymous said...

Yes, The Church on the African continent is the future no doubt, the West utterly lost the Holy Faith shortly after Vatican II and Africans love the TLM. Nigerian priests abound in the states and abroad to fill parish slots, funny that just over a century ago it was Irish priests doing the job, but as we know once Catholic Ireland has all but giving up on the Church and on the European continent it is dead or in its death throws. Islam has taken hold in every country in Europe and has bought empty churches both Roman Catholic and Protestant and turned them into mosques.

rcg said...

Anon at 12:17 - do not write off Europe so quickly. I have a great admiration for Polish priests. There is also some conversion against the Islamic tide in an area that has been seriously overlooked: women who suffer under Islam. I have often wondered why The Church has not looked there. It is the perfect fulcrum and is 100% in our favor.

Cletus Ordo said...

Just an observation regarding the photo on this post: If you take a look at the old photos of previous popes and bishops from earlier generations, you might see them with a guarded smile on their face. Not anymore. Now whenever we see photos of bishops and popes, they are always grinning broadly or even look as if they are laughing. In fact, if the bishop or pope is standing next to a pro-abort politician or Protestant leader or even a questionable Church leader, the mouths are wide open as if they cannot contain the laughter. For example, if you take a photo of the Archbishop of New York standing next to any pro-abort pol or gay person, you can barely discern the rest of his face because his. mouth will be so broadly open, laughing as if he just heard the world's funniest joke.

Considering what a bishop is supposed to be and the state the world is in, I see little to laugh about.