Hey Pope Francis! My “Shadow” is smarter than you. Here’s an email he just sent to me:
- “I had seen another short Pope Video on Bitchute. So I did a search on Bit Chute about ” pope homosexual ” and about six videos came up by different content providers mostly about two years ago claiming the pope endorsed a less sinful viewpoint on the sin of homosexuality. Then I went to YouTube and in the search bar typed in “Pope homosexual policy”. and got dozens and dozens of videos by various content providers over the past years. Many showed the pope going out of his way to promote acceptance of homosexual marriage and behaviors. I was thinking maybe the best thing for you might be to take an early retirement […]. By going to Bit Chute and typing in just “Pope Francis” in the video search bar hundreds of videos come up from many content providers on many different topics. He doesn’t seem to be the right one.”
Hey Pope Francis! My “Shadow” is correct. Your saying that same-sex sex is merely a sin, and is not criminal, is bullshit. Here’s some truth for you, Pope Francis:
- The image of God that God has established in His magnificent creation is, as we read in Genesis, male-female-marriage-family. Thus, same-sex sex is a direct attack on the image of God. Same-sex sex is shaking one’s fist at God. Same-sex sex destroys the individuals, and destroys entire societies. If you destroy the family, you destroy society. We see this throughout human history. But, you, admitted communist that you are, well, that’s your avowed purpose, is it not? To destroy society?
- Going against the commandments is a sin. That’s true, Pope Francis. You got that right. But going against the commandments is also a crime. The commandments come from the one and only God, the Creator of Nature, with morality for us being inscribed in our natural beings, Natural Law, as we call it. Secular law proscribing same-sex sex is based on Natural Law. Same-sex sex is validly described as being a crime in secular law because secular law should be based on Natural Law, which is the same law that you will find in Sacred Revelation.
- We are fallen, and secular law only sometimes reflects the truth in Natural Law and the Commandments. To be worried about whether same-sex sex is a crime in secular law as if that is the greatest indicator of gravely immoral behavior is to miss the point that crime in secular law is in fact criminal is because it is first of all a crime in Natural Law and the Commandments. If same-sex sex is not a crime in secular law, well, that lack of whatever secular law is a crime in and of itself. Secular law can be wrong, for instance, in the decriminalization of same-sex sex. It’s more important to notice that same-sex sex is a crime in Natural Law and in Sacred Revelation. Secular law should be a reflection of the truth of how things are before our Creator.
Pope Francis, you then rush to “clarify” your remarks, as if we didn’t see that coming. But your ambiguity proves the point of what you want, does it not? Just a question for you to answer at your judgment before Almighty God… Obviously, yes, it is true, there are mitigating circumstances for same-sex sex, like an individual getting drugged unconscious and getting gay-raped. Law enforcement, happening upon the horrible scene as the victim wakes up from such a nightmare, rushes to throw the victim in prison, but then finds out that he is, in fact, a victim. And they free him, offering medical attention. Yep. Got it. Secular law can also see that.
But we’re not talking about runaway kids to New York City who are gay-raped to death within a couple of weeks, drugged out of their minds by those who sell them as fresh meat. No, we’re talking about “nice” circumstances wherein culpability comes to the fore, like same-sex mock “marriages” witnessed by Catholic priests with your blessing. What you mean by mitigating circumstances is a lust for the sin of “accompanying” the sinners and their sin, you know, because of “tenderness” and “sensitivity.” Those are not mitigating circumstances. Free will, with grace, is possible. Otherwise, it’s all a joke, and the joke is on all of us, and we’re all of us going to hell, with you leading the way.
Saint Paul speaks of the Natural Law written on all our hearts in Romans 2:15:
- “The law is written on their hearts [even the pagans], their consciences also bearing witness, and their thoughts either accusing or defending them.”
But let’s see what Saint Paul says when people go out of their way to suppress the Natural Law which is right in their faces and is always an act of free will:
- Romans 1:18-23 — “The wrath of God is indeed being revealed from heaven against every impiety and wickedness of those who suppress the truth by their wickedness. For what can be known about God is evident to them, because God made it evident to them. Ever since the creation of the world, his invisible attributes of eternal power and divinity have been able to be understood and perceived in what he has made. As a result, they have no excuse; for although they knew God they did not accord him glory as God or give him thanks. Instead, they became vain in their reasoning, and their senseless minds were darkened. While claiming to be wise, they became fools and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for the likeness of an image of mortal man or of birds or of four-legged animals or of snakes.”
“They have no excuse…” Interesting. Are there more consequences? Indeed. Let’s continue:
- Romans 1:24-32 — “Therefore, God handed them over to impurity through the lusts of their hearts for the mutual degradation of their bodies. They exchanged the truth of God for a lie and revered and worshiped the creature rather than the creator, who is blessed forever. Amen. Therefore, God handed them over to degrading passions. Their females exchanged natural relations for unnatural, and the males likewise gave up natural relations with females and burned with lust for one another. Males did shameful things with males and thus received in their own persons the due penalty for their perversity. And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God handed them over to their undiscerning mind to do what is improper. They are filled with every form of wickedness, evil, greed, and malice; full of envy, murder, rivalry, treachery, and spite. They are gossips and scandalmongers and they hate God. They are insolent, haughty, boastful, ingenious in their wickedness, and rebellious toward their parents. They are senseless, faithless, heartless, ruthless. Although they know the just decree of God that all who practice such things deserve death, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.”
Your crime, Pope Francis, is that you have continuously approved those who do such things, thus continuously scandalizing the members of the Church and the rest of the world. Pope Francis, you are a fraud. Pope Francis, you stand condemned. Oh yes, Pope Francis, go look up Galatians 2:11, where Paul reprimands Peter:
- “I opposed him to his face, because he stood to be condemned.”
What that means, Pope Francis, is that God damned Peter. Paul was Saint Paul for giving the reprimand. Peter became Saint Peter because he took the reprimand and converted. And Peter was Pope at the time. But now, it’s a crime to reprimand a Pope? Pfft.
Pope Francis, you thrust upon mankind the persecution spoken of by Daniel in the Old Testament and cited by Jesus in the New Testament, and laid out for us by John in the Apocalypse, a persecution the ferocity of which has never been since before the foundation of the world and will never be that way again, a persecution of scandal by which you lead souls straight to hell. It is not genocides such as wrought by the Roman Empire of old, or by Stalin, Mau, Pol Pot or Hitler that are the worst persecution. I imagine that most all those victims will find themselves in heaven. The worst persecution is leading people to hell for eternity. And what you have done in these years is, without precedent, the worst persecution. There is no precedent in all of human history. You are without comparison the worst persecutor of the faithful the world has ever known. You lead people to hell, Pope Francis.
And this will, of course, be followed by a bloody persecution, for people have a right before the throne of God to have the truth of the Son of the Living God witnessed to them, how God so loved the world as to send His only begotten Son, Christ Jesus, with all His goodness and truth. In our fallen human nature, in all our cynicism, that goodness and truth is going to be tested right to death. Jesus knew we would in all our guilt of original sin and our own sin, we deserving death, He knew we would test Him in this way. But this is why He came, to take on the punishment of our sin upon Himself, that death, He, thus, fully standing in our place, Innocent for the guilty, so that He might have the right in His own justice to have mercy on us, now commanding the Father from the cross to forgive us, so that we might then be brought out of the hell of this world unto everlasting life in heaven. People have a right to that truth, and if it is not witnessed to them freely – and neither you nor just about anyone has offered that witness – well, then, people have a right to take that witness, so to speak. They will make martyrs by blood not out of the wishy washy like you, Pope Francis, but by way of those who are believers. And they will receive that witness. And they will be saved from your ambiguity and error, Pope Francis, and they will then be on their way to heaven, forgiven by those whom they martyred and forgiven by God. And that’s what you’ve not counted on, Pope Francis, the fidelity of the Little Flock of Jesus.
We will believe no matter what, regardless of whatever the hell it is you throw at us. We have something, Someone stronger than you. We have the Living Truth of the Son of the Living God, who places His love in our hearts and minds and souls, and that love and truth is stronger than your persecution of scandal and, then, blood. God’s love and truth is strong enough to get us through the hell of this world and on our way to heaven. I want to go to heaven.
Case in point: My “Shadow” gets it right. I hope to speak with him in these next days. I am overjoyed. Jesus’ Church continues. Who cares what you say, Pope Francis. You’ve not spoken infallibly. And what you say is trash, and a sin, and a crime.
I hope you, Pope Francis, are converted to God by God’s grace and also get on your way to heaven. Witness to the truth of the Son of the Living God, Pope Francis.
Pope Francis, look into Mary’s eyes and tell her you repent, that you will, from now on, speak the Truth of the Son of the Living God. All sin is a crime. Do you see the wounds? With a firm purpose of amendment and perfect contrition, go ahead, say it, to her, Pope Francis: “I am sorry. I repent.” And then say it to Jesus: “I am sorry. I repent.”
As it is, I’ll likely be laicized for saying such things with all sincerity. But if I go to my judgment for even trying to save the soul of Pope Francis, I’m most happy to wear that badge of honor. For you, Mary.
And that will be the retirement my “Shadow” is hoping I take.
But on that point, I don’t run away. If I’m to be removed, they will have to do it.
As for the rest of us, let’s GO TO CONFESSION! And that goes for my “Shadow” as well. And with that, let’s GO TO HEAVEN!
© 2023 Fr George David Byers
6 responses to “Hey Pope Francis! Tell Mary it’s not a crime, merely a sin!”
I think that time has come for every single one of us to speak the Truth in truth as you have.
I agree nancyv, no more fence sitting, no more seeing what happens while we sit back and watch. Looks like the wheat is being separated from the chaff as we speak.
Amen. Thanks be to God.
We all need to continue to speak the truth….thank you for
Dear Father George,
God bless you abundantly!!
These are very challenging times with such evil afoot. It is very hard for families and Christian people when they are striving to walk the path of holiness and grace in these times. It is even more difficult when you have your spiritual Leader saying good is bad and bad is good but not maybe?!? That type of leadership is not from God. God doesn’t confuse his Children. That kind of leadership leaves the door open to evil.
In the Letter of Jude, Saint Jude speaks of Sodom and Gomorrah, “who with the same sexual immorality pursued unnatural lusts, are put before us as an example since they are paying the penalty of eternal fire.” It states right there the penalty for the sin of sexual immortality. If our supreme Leader doesn’t clearly direct the sheep in his flock from the dangers of venturing off the pathway of holiness, who will?
Father George, you have had to step up to sound the trumpet warning. God is using you and others in a merciful way to warn and save our supreme Leader and the souls that he is dragging down to eternal damnation. God is telling P. Francis to stop and look at what he is doing. There is no such thing as exceptions to sin or a little sin…sin is sin.
In Jude, it is also stated what mercy and grace God is giving through these warnings: (verse 24) , “To him who can keep you from falling and bring you safe to his glorious presence, innocent and joyful, to the only God, our Saviour, through Jesus Christ our Lord, be glory, majesty, authority and power, before all ages, now and forever. Amen.” Amen.
We pray for P. Francis, for Father George and others that have had to speak out and are being persecuted, also, for the souls in danger of eternal fires, and for Holy Mother Church. God bless everyone here.
Thank you for the truth you so clearly convey, Father, and for risking what you do to say it.
Sin is the opposite of love.
Jesus tells us that we are to love the Lord our God with our whole heart and our whole soul and our whole mind. “This is the greatest of the commandments, and the first. And the second, its like,” we are to love our neighbour as ourself. “On these two commandments, all the law and the prophets depend.” (Matt 22:37-40)
The obverse is that sin is a crime, first and foremost against God and secondly against our fellow man.
Our Lady reiterated this truth at Fatima: “Do not offend Our Lord and God anymore, because He is already much offended!” And she called on us to: “Pray, pray very much, and make sacrifices for sinners; for many souls go to hell because there are none to sacrifice themselves and to pray for them.” Faithful priests and religious do this, giving over their lives to God in love to get us to heaven with themselves. More than half a century later I still remember the self-sacrificing nuns (in my case it was the Sisters of Mercy founded in Ireland by Venerable Catherine McAuley) who taught in Sydney’s southern suburbs in the 1950s and 60s. They put a crucifix and a statue of Our Lady in every classroom, and on their persons a large rosary hung from the belt at their waist, a miraculous medal attached to that rosary. Those religious women were truly inspirational.
Pope Francis needs what we all need and as Father Byers entreats: “Pope Francis, look into Mary’s eyes” into her Immaculate Heart that loved God perfectly, and repent for “All sin is a crime.”
I wonder Pope Francis, will you be the Pope of Lucia’s vision leading souls to the foot of the Cross amidst persecution and great suffering, or will it be your successor?