Dear Pope Francis: Your scandal is making non-Catholics hate Catholics

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Dear Pope Francis,

John 3:16 is the rallying cry of non-Catholic Christians here in my parish territory in the remote mountains of Western North Carolina. They want to love Jesus. However, you, Pope Francis, are making this difficult. You are putting obstacles in front of people.

What you do in promoting Islam and and satanic idol devil worship and homosexualism and with financial who-knows-what – continuously something more horrible day by day – makes it easy for these non-Catholic Christians to hate us all. It baits them into hating. Certainly Islam hates us all the more for the idol worship. We are all weak in this world. We don’t need you provoking hatred among anyone. You make us all targets of hatred, not because the Cross is a sign of contradiction, but because no one sees the sign of contradiction when they have a right to see this because of what Jesus did for us. The things you do are, objectively, hate crimes against the Church, against Jesus, are they not? Your sycophants, “Yes men”, your ideologues, such as + Paglia, condemn true believing as ideology of rigid ideologists. No, sincere believing is of the Holy Spirit. So, is the condemnation of those who sincerely believe similar to the condemnation of the spirit within Jesus?

  • “‘Amen, I say to you, all sins and all blasphemies that people utter will be forgiven them. But whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never have forgiveness, but is guilty of an everlasting sin.’ For they had said, ‘He has an unclean spirit.'” (Mark 3:28-30)

And it’s not only non-Catholic Christians and others such as Islamists who despise us. Catholics are defecting. So many. This is so sad. When, O when will you turn and confirm your brethren in the faith? Can you tell Jesus’ good mom why you do this?

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Your Holiness, I realize that you can punish me in a thousand different ways, say by taking away my faculties as your Missionary of Mercy (which I use frequently), or by having me punished in some way by my bishop, even to have me dismissed from the clerical state, but I beg you to see that I’m not being a “Yes man” because I stand in solidarity with you in your being the Bishop of Rome. It’s the most difficult vocation to live out. You are the most attacked by Satan. I know that. I pray for you, offer Mass for you, have others pray for you. I’m trying to be a good son of the Church, and to think with the Church: sentire cum ecclesia. I know that where you are, there is the Church: ubi Petrus, ibi ecclesia.

Why do I write such things? Because I know how much Jesus and how much the Immaculate Virgin Mother of God have done for me, personally. I am grateful to them. I want all to know my great joy, the joy of gratitude to Jesus and Mary, the joy of thanksgiving. But what you do, Pope Francis, smothers this, drowns this, frustrates this. Please, Holy Father, please confirm your brothers in the faith.

//// I really hope that those reading this blog in the Holy See will pass this on to Pope Francis. Do it.

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2 responses to “Dear Pope Francis: Your scandal is making non-Catholics hate Catholics

  1. Aussie Mum

    Yes, please Pope Francis, stop making a mess of the Church, and what is the Spirit behind the call for a Church with an Amazonian face / pagan focus? Certainly not the Holy Spirit.

    Catholics are used to hearing popes and bishops speak of “the Spirit” and assume it is the Holy Spirit being referenced but after the Amazon Synod that is no longer certain. Even before that – 50 years ago – the media and some bishops, priests and religious hurled the so called “Spirit of Vatican II” against Humanae Vitae; that “Spirit” wasn’t the Holy Spirit either. I would like to think that Australia’s “Plenary Council 2020: Listen to what the Spirit is Saying …” won’t mistake the promptings of a spirit who hates the Church for that of the Holy Spirit but I suspect that may happen. “Pope Francis has invited the local church to dialogue” said our bishops and they subsequently accepted submissions from Catholics, members of other religions and from atheists to help them discern what the Spirit is saying about how the Church in Australia needs to change. Have Australia’s bishops lost their minds or are they losing their faith? Like Pope Francis they seem eager to bring native spirituality into the Church.
    https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/australian-catholic-youth-festival-appears-to-receive-pagan-blessing-by-guest-speaker

  2. Good bishops make good popes.

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