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    Now even Michael Voris is reporting on the chaos ensuing in Rome around the opening of the Amazon Synod. More and more people are recognizing that Bergoglio is a heretic and are questioning the legitimacy of his papacy. Voris has always been a staunch defender of the Vatican II anti-popes, blaming their heresies on evil men surrounding them. For Voris to report on the open questioning of this man's papacy represents a major turn for him.

    "The Holy Roman Church condemns, rejects, anathematizes and declares to be outside the Body of Christ, which is the Church, whoever holds opposing or contrary views.” Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence

  • #2
    Originally posted by Mysterium Fidei View Post
    Now even Michael Voris is reporting on the chaos ensuing in Rome around the opening of the Amazon Synod. More and more people are recognizing that Bergoglio is a heretic and are questioning the legitimacy of his papacy. Voris has always been a staunch defender of the Vatican II anti-popes, blaming their heresies on evil men surrounding them. For Voris to report on the open questioning of this man's papacy represents a major turn for him.
    Cdl Burke, Bishop Schneider: Silence about errors under Pope Francis would be ‘great sin’

    In the three-page statement released first by the National Catholic Register on Tuesday, Sept. 24, the prelates insist they have a duty to speak out regarding the “general doctrinal confusion” reigning in the Church today, and that remaining silent would be “a great sin.”

    it seem that many Carm-posting Catholics are committing a great sin!


    the text says
    "No honest person can anymore deny the almost general doctrinal confusion which is reigning in the life of the Church"

    Will Carm-posting Catholic deny the almost general doctrinal confusion which is reigning in the life of the Church?

    full text here: https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/cd...d-be-great-sin
    One of the ekklēsia

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    • #3
      Michael Voris has been warning of this for way more than 1 year.

      It is fundamentally necessary and healthy for Christians to acknowledge that God foreknows nothing uncertainly, but that He foresees, purposes, and does all things according to His own immutable, eternal and infallible will. This bombshell knocks "free-will" flat…

      Martin Luther The Bondage of the Will

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Mysterium Fidei View Post
        Now even Michael Voris is reporting on the chaos ensuing in Rome around the opening of the Amazon Synod. More and more people are recognizing that Bergoglio is a heretic and are questioning the legitimacy of his papacy. Voris has always been a staunch defender of the Vatican II anti-popes, blaming their heresies on evil men surrounding them. For Voris to report on the open questioning of this man's papacy represents a major turn for him.
        its too late:
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        German Cardinal Walter Kasper said that Pope Francis is securing his successor who will carry on his legacy by appointing the majority of cardinals who will vote in the next conclave. He added that if it was possible that a pope was elected who would attempt to erase Francis’ mark upon the Catholic Church, then the people “would not accept him.”

        "When asked if Pope Francis has guaranteed his successor by having handpicked the majority of cardinals voting in the next conclave,
        Kasper replied: “Yes. It gives the impression that with the nominations to the cardinalate that what the Pope wants is to ensure his succession.”"

        Kasper said, “Those who are causing fears [about the schism] are small groups that are openly against the Pope. But you have to know and keep in mind that they are few, very few, although they make a lot of noise through the media. Do not attach any importance to them.”

        https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/cd...francis-legacy
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        Voris and his type may be right: but they will be on the losing side of the schism
        One of the ekklēsia

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        • #5
          Here In Pittsburgh, the RCC seems to be expanding big time. Huge construction project on 37th Street building a new facility for the Capuchin division of the RCC. A few years ago, the Catholic Church opened up the Seraphic Mass Association- which raises funds for the Magisterium through the sale of masses for the dad.

          https://www.bizjournals.com/pittsbur...ate-moves.html

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Southsider View Post
            Here In Pittsburgh, the RCC seems to be expanding big time. Huge construction project on 37th Street building a new facility for the Capuchin division of the RCC. A few years ago, the Catholic Church opened up the Seraphic Mass Association- which raises funds for the Magisterium through the sale of masses for the dad.

            https://www.bizjournals.com/pittsbur...ate-moves.html
            Hi Southsider,

            The Magisterium is the teaching office of the Catholic Church.
            The Magisterium does not benefit from Masses prayed for the dead.

            Let us pray for one another and love one another.
            -Ray-

            The Good News is that Jesus Christ died and rose for our sins so that we might be saved.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by relling View Post

              Hi Southsider,

              The Magisterium is the teaching office of the Catholic Church.
              The Magisterium does not benefit from Masses prayed for the dead.

              Let us pray for one another and love one another.
              Perhaps you can enlighten me. Where does the Magisterium get the money to maintain its offices and keep the lights on- if not through the sales of Masses and Indulgences and other fund-raising methodologies.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Southsider View Post

                Perhaps you can enlighten me. Where does the Magisterium get the money to maintain its offices and keep the lights on- if not through the sales of Masses and Indulgences and other fund-raising methodologies.
                Hi Southsider,

                Masses and indulgences are not sold so what other "methodologies" do you have in mind.

                Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                -Ray-

                The Good News is that Jesus Christ died and rose for our sins so that we might be saved.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by relling View Post

                  Hi Southsider,

                  Masses and indulgences are not sold so what other "methodologies" do you have in mind.

                  Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                  Raffle tickets, bingo, Las Vegas nights, "strip tickets", parish festivals, blackjack, poker, beer sales

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Southsider View Post

                    Raffle tickets, bingo, Las Vegas nights, "strip tickets", parish festivals, blackjack, poker, beer sales
                    I don't know what "strip tickets" are but for the other activities you mention, when they are used hey benefit the parish.

                    Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                    -Ray-

                    The Good News is that Jesus Christ died and rose for our sins so that we might be saved.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by relling View Post

                      I don't know what "strip tickets" are but for the other activities you mention, when they are used hey benefit the parish.

                      Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                      Back to the original point of this thread, what do you think of the Amazon Synod, Relling, and Novus Ordite "conservatives" openly calling Bergoglio a heretic and even questioning the validity of his papacy? Did you watch the short Voris video in the OP?

                      Here's a little pagan worship in the Vatican gardens with anti-pope Bergoglio in attendance.

                      https://twitter.com/i/status/1180108810637193218

                      Cool huh? Very Catholic!
                      Last edited by Mysterium Fidei; 10-04-19, 06:39 PM.
                      "The Holy Roman Church condemns, rejects, anathematizes and declares to be outside the Body of Christ, which is the Church, whoever holds opposing or contrary views.” Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence

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                      • #12
                        Remember the time Bergoglio took off his shoes, faced Mecca and prayed to Allah beside the Imam in the Blue Mosque in Istanbul?

                        But that's OK, because Vatican II states that the "plan of salvation" includes the Muslims and Bergoglio just signed that document that said God wills a diversity of religions and bishop Rob Barron says that following Christ is merely the "privileged way" to be saved, but heck, you don't have to follow Christ to be saved or anything.

                        Any religion at all will do, or no religion at all; just give a homeless person a sandwich and don't use plastic straws.

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                        Last edited by 4Him; 10-05-19, 08:38 PM.
                        "The Holy Roman Church condemns, rejects, anathematizes and declares to be outside the Body of Christ, which is the Church, whoever holds opposing or contrary views.” Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by relling View Post

                          I don't know what "strip tickets" are but for the other activities you mention, when they are used hey benefit the parish.

                          Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                          "strip tickets" are like a pull tab lottery, just another form of gaming.

                          But, you'd agree that these kinds of modalities and methodologies are used to fund the RCC Magisterium.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Southsider View Post

                            "strip tickets" are like a pull tab lottery, just another form of gaming.

                            But, you'd agree that these kinds of modalities and methodologies are used to fund the RCC Magisterium.
                            Hi Southsider,

                            No. Those "modalities and methodologies" do not benefit the Magisterium.

                            Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                            -Ray-

                            The Good News is that Jesus Christ died and rose for our sins so that we might be saved.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by relling View Post

                              Hi Southsider,

                              No. Those "modalities and methodologies" do not benefit the Magisterium.

                              Let us pray for one another and love one another.
                              What's the matter Relling, cat got your tongue? You don't have an opinion about the wonderful Amazon Synod and your apostate anti-pope Bergoglio?

                              What did you think about that very pagan looking ceremony in the Vatican gardens that Bergoglio attended?

                              The participants sang and held hands while dancing in a circle around images of two pregnant women,very much resembling the pagan worship of Pachamama, the earth fertility goddess (also known as "Mother Earth" or "Gaia") . The dance resembled the pago a la tierra, a traditional offering to Mother Earth common among indigenous peoples in some parts of South America. It appeared they were making offerings to the carved statues, laying fruit, candles and several carved items within the circle.

                              An indigenous woman approached the Pope and presented him with a black ring, which appeared identical to the one she was wearing. The ring appeared to be a tucum ring, a black ring worn in Brazil and elsewhere in Latin America as a sign of dedication to certain social causes and often associated with Communist "liberation theology".

                              Of course this is nothing new to the religiously indifferent Novus Ordo sect who hosted three Assisi prayer meetings in which pagans of all kinds were invited to offer prayers and sacrifices to their false gods on the grounds of Basilica of Saint Francis of Assisi, in Italy, and Vatican II documents praise the pagan religions of Hinduism and Buddhism.

                              Get out of the false Novus Ordo sect and convert to the Catholic Faith.
                              "The Holy Roman Church condemns, rejects, anathematizes and declares to be outside the Body of Christ, which is the Church, whoever holds opposing or contrary views.” Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence

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