Let’s review: Pope Francis says Ten Commandments not absolute

As one commenter on that video said, Wait… What? The commandments were literally written in stone…

So, I beg Jesus to always provide me with the grace to be a believer. I know how weak I am. I know I could be on my way to hell at any time under any conditions. I depend entirely on Jesus. I beg the angel guardian assigned to idiot-me to assist me in assenting to the grace of Jesus. I make such a big thing of all this, keeping the commandments, because I believe, I know that they are absolute. It is possible to repent after breaking the commandments, but that won’t work if we are presumptuous, sinning against the Holy Spirit. If we are presumptuous of God’s mercy it means that we disdain and reject God’s forgiveness and screams out that we want to go to hell. And then we do. I wanna go to heaven.

Pope Francis says that the 10 commandments are not absolute. Perhaps he means that one can be forgiven. That’s what he means! Right? So, all good. Or not. What it means, logically – maybe he’s not thinking logically – but logically he’s baiting people into being presumptuous about God’s mercy. It’s like he’s trying his absolute best to get people straight into hell.

And hell is absolute. People in hell want to be in hell. I don’t want to go to hell.

So, why the hell should I obey Pope Francis, have the “vision” of Pope Francis. All you bishops who condemn me for not having the “vision” of Pope Francis can go to hell. It’s your free choice. If you command me to agree with Pope Francis on every damn thing he does and every damn thing says in his moves to bring people straight to hell, I’m not going to obey you. No. You go to hell yourselves if you want to condemn God for the Ten Commandments, etc.

Of course, I will be condemned by the Judases for my trying to follow Christ Jesus, for upholding clear doctrine, clear morality, right instruction on the spiritual life, reverence in the sacred liturgy. But that condemnation wrought by vacuous voices has no real power behind it. Sure, I can be tossed from the parish, tossed from the exercise of the priesthood under the direct micromanaging orders of Pope Francis, who does really a lot of that kind of micromanaging, but Jesus will not eternally condemn someone for just trying to do his best to follow Him, Jesus. A priest is a priest forever, secundum ordinem Melchizedeck. I have my sights on heaven.

  • I’m not going to condemn God for commanding the Ten Commandments. Any bishop who condemns me for upholding the Ten Commandments can go to hell. It’s their choice. But I’m not going to follow them to hell. I wanna go to heaven.
  • I’m not going to solicit sin in the Confessional and get automatically excommunicated, telling people that it’s correct for them NOT to repent of their adultery and that they CAN go to Communion in their sin. Any bishop who condemns me for that can go to hell. It’s their choice. But I’m not going to follow them to hell. I wanna go to heaven.
  • I’m not going to place any demon idol on the altar of Jesus’ Sacrifice in my little parish church so as to prove that I’m good with the “vision” of Pope Francis, you know, so as to, say, bribe him with such sycophancy so that I might, say, be appointed as a bishop. There seems to be a lot of that going on. Any bishop who condemns me for not getting with the program of demon idol worship can go to hell. It’s their choice. But I’m not going to follow them to hell. I wanna go to heaven.
  • I’m not going to participate in murdering babies to get “vaccines” for my benefit just to prove to, say, the Bishop of Rome, that I’m willing to go against my conscience so as to be – what? – a man of consensus? Any bishop who condemns me for condemning the murder of babies to get “vaccines” can go to hell. It’s their choice. But I’m not going to follow them to hell. I wanna go to heaven.
  • I’m not going to condemn God for commanding me, His priest, to take up the sword of division, of His Truth, but I’m going to wield that fiery sword the best I can, causing as much division as I can. The very last thing I want to do in my priesthood is to be a man of consensus, claiming that we are all infallible, you know, after a bit of bullied dialogue and manipulation and steamrolling over the sheep and lambs of the Lord’s Little Flock. In my causing of division because of the Living Truth of the Son of the Living God, I’m ultimately going to be healing divisions, bringing souls to Christ’s Heart pierced through by the diabolical division of our sins. They will find true unity there, in that pierced Heart, in the absolute Truth. Any bishop who condemns me for that, including the Bishop of Rome, can go to hell. It’s their choice. But I’m not going to follow them to hell. I wanna go to heaven. And there is an absolute chasm that eternally divides heaven and hell so that no one can pass from one to the other. Not ever. Thank God. I don’t wanna go to hell. I wanna go to heaven.

Hey! I gotta good idea! How about I go to Confession, and follow the absolute commandments… Yep. Thanks be to Jesus for His grace. Thanks be to my angel guardian for whoopin’ me upside the head to keep me on the straight and narrow. That path leads to Calvary. But that path leads to heaven:

  • “Today you will be with me in paradise.”

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9 responses to “Let’s review: Pope Francis says Ten Commandments not absolute

  1. Joisy Goil

    Amen! I wanna go to Heaven too!

  2. nancyv

    Maybe he was referring to John 13:34 ? And thank you for standing up for, and loving us poor sheep who are getting battered on all ideological sides. Nope, it definitely doesn’t seem that you are a man of consensus, but I do still see you with your stones and your sling.

    • Father George David Byers

      Jn 13:34 A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. 

      I would hope that would be absolute!!!

      • nancyv

        yes yes, of course, in addition to the 10, Jesus gave us a “new” commandment. (This is me trying to hedge charitably what the Holy Father said about absolutes)

  3. sanfelipe007

    Amen, Father.

  4. sanfelipe007

    That new commandment sums up -why- we do the other ten.

    Yesterday, Palm Sunday, our Priest gave us instructions on how to receive Communion, appropriate dress and behavior before and during Mass. I was so happy!

  5. Gina Nakagawa

    God bless rigid priests who teach the flock about the absoluteness of the Decalogue. They lead the sheep through all the dangers of this present age to the joy of and eternity in Heaven. May God bless Francis with a reversion. May he spend his eternity with the Holy Trinity and the Saints.

  6. Aussie Mum

    The video: In 2021 Pope Francis said of the 10 Commandments: “I observe them but not as absolutes because I know that what justifies me is Jesus Christ”.
    Pope Francis seems to have adopted a Protestant misunderstanding on the matter which would be easily corrected if he took Heaven’s intervention at Fatima seriously. Our Lord told Sister Lucia, “The sacrifice required of every person is the fulfilment of his duties in life and the observance of My law”. The Reformation has done much harm – many are now confused – but Fatima offers a return to clarity for anyone prepared to listen.

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