Pope Francis, +Arthur Roche: Eucharist is dead, stays dead, we killed Him.

Although I have written on this previously, tantrum-esque insistence from Rome on God’s death has been evidenced. To recap, following up on Traditionis custodes, Art. 3.2, in his Responsa ad dubia, in the “explanatory note,” Cardinal Arthur Roche writes:

  • “The exclusion of the parish church is intended to affirm that the celebration of the Eucharist according to the previous rite, being a concession limited to these groups, is not part of the ordinary life of the parish community.”

Let’s do a syntactical extraction of verbiage dependent on “the celebration of the Eucharist”, just so we’re clear about the core statement, just so you can hear it clearly:

  • “The exclusion of the parish church is intended to affirm that the celebration of the Eucharist […] is not part of the ordinary life of the parish community.”

Let’s boil that down a bit more:

  • “The Eucharist […] is not […] the […] life of the parish.”

Get that? If the Living and Incarnate Word of God, Jesus, in His Sacrifice for us is irrelevant to the parish community in one rite, that means that Jesus in His Sacrifice for us is irrelevant to the parish community in all rites, including the Novus Ordo Missae, the New Order of Mass. It’s the same Jesus, right? Jesus said: “I AM THE LIFE.” Take your hand, Thomas, and put it into my side.

But Cardinal Arthur Roche, with Pope Francis, says: “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed Him.”

Sounds like “The Will to Power” of Friedrich Nietzsche, “Der Wille zur Macht.”

God, fully alive, has answered:

Because many have pointed out the lack of canonical exactitude of both Traditionis custodes and the Responsa ad dubia, Cardinal Arthur Roche has insisted recently in the very first point of his Rescriptum approved by Pope Francis that physically throwing Jesus off His own Altar consecrated for the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and then right out of His own Church is now all canonically legal, because, you know:

  • “God is dead. He stays dead. And we have killed Him.”

Entrenching. That’s not good. That’s not good at all. The whole world is going to hell and their response is that God is dead?

Look, the biological solution comes to us all:

  • I want to go to heaven to meet the Risen Lord Jesus and thank Him, the Living God, for His Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, for forgiving me my sin of killing Him.
  • I want Cardinal Arthur Roche and Pope Francis to be converted to Jesus and thank Jesus in the same way. I have nothing on them. I am the worst sinner. But that means that I can also, with Jesus’ grace, be very thankful. So can they.


Filed under Liturgy, Pope Francis

11 responses to “Pope Francis, +Arthur Roche: Eucharist is dead, stays dead, we killed Him.

  1. sanfelipe007

    I am beginning to understand, better, how St. Nicholas felt just before he punched out the heretic of his day. This is getting to be too much.
    “I have nothing on them. I am the worst sinner. But that means that I can also, with Jesus’ grace, be very thankful. So can they.”
    I am reminded of the times I made my mother cry. How much more sorrow does this cause the Blessed Mother? How pained must Jesus be because of it? This must be why there is so much rejoicing in Heaven when a sinner turns away from sin.

  2. Gina Nakagawa

    When do you think our Carmelites of Compiegne moment will come?

  3. Gina Nakagawa

    Yes, but we are not quite there yet I suppose we must endure our Reign of Terror first.

  4. Gina Nakagawa

    True, very true, and, I suppose, we must endure our Reign of Terror first. Thank you, Father.

  5. Aussie Mum

    It seems to me that Pope Francis (P.F.) wants to eliminate the Eucharist and dissolve the Church into a one-world religion in which Christian, Muslim and Pagan beliefs coalesce in the name of universal toleration and global peace.
    P.F. has made it quite clear these past ten years that he is most interested in evangelising but without conversion as its goal – he does not want the Catholic Faith for all and I dare say he wants it held by none, but the ambiguity often present in what he says hides his purpose while allowing his audience to interpret his meaning according to their own religious beliefs be they Catholic, Protestant, Muslim or Pagan. Take a look at his call for “every believer … to renew every March 25 the act of consecration to Our Lady, so that she, who is Mother, may preserve us all in unity and peace …”https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2023/03/24/pope-francis-asked-catholics-to-renew-marian-consecration-every-march-25-heres-what-that-means/
    Who is the “Lady” he wants us all entrusted to? Catholics instantly think of Mary Immaculate, Mother of the Redeemer, for the Church has given her the title “Our Lady” and of course March 25th is the Feast of the Annunciation: the day we celebrate her free assent to the will of God and the 2nd Person of the Blessed Trinity became man in her womb. Clearly the Pope is a good Catholic, or so it would seem.
    Protestants would also recognise the Pope’s choice of March 25th, called “Lady Day” by many Protestants, as an appropriate day to entrust oneself to Mary, Mother of the Redeemer – nothing objectionable there; clearly he is a good Christian, or so it would seem.
    Muslims also believe in the Annunciation but somewhat differently. Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ, is exalted by Muslims but not as Mother of the Redeemer for they do not see Our Lord as such … but P.F. did not say the “Lady” we are to align ourselves with and emulate is the Mother of the Redeemer – he did not mention Jesus Christ at all – but left his listeners free to imagine what “Mother” he speaks of according to each one’s beliefs.
    Even pagans can be satisfied by Pope Francis since he wants believers dedicated to “she, who is Mother” – that she “may preserve us all …”. Hence the devotees of Pachamama, and all other Earth Mother idols to whom human sacrifice has been offered to placate spirits (fallen angels) in order to achieve peace and plenty, would find these words of P.F.’s perfectly acceptable.
    So, who is P.F.? Perhaps he is someone suffering with delusions of grandeur. Mohammad saw himself as the final prophet, correcting the record for Christians and uniting all peoples in Islam. Perhaps P.F. sees himself as the final saviour come to correct and unite all those who believe in a deity of any kind.

    • Aussie Mum

      Re my above comment’s last paragraph asking who is P.F. and wondering if he suffers from delusions of grandeur, perhaps seeing himself as a new and final messiah come to bring unity and peace on earth.

      For years now we have had P.F.’s PR team presenting documentaries in which he stars as everyman’s hero – the documentary “Francesco,” for example, of which a writer for “America: the Jesuit Review” says: “the nature of its camerawork alone, dissolves much of the distance between the pope and the people of all faiths who embrace him.”https://www.americamagazine.org/arts-culture/2021/03/25/francesco-pope-francis-documentary-review-240309
      And now, in a piece of news I read to day, P.F.’s words are to be launched into space to spread their efficacy across the world from above. According to the president of the Italian Space Agency, the Holy See approached them asking that they “identify a way for Pope Francis’ words of hope ‘to cross the earth’s borders and reach from space the greatest possible number of women and men on our troubled planet’.”
      As a consequence, a book written by Pope Francis has been converted into a nanobook to be transported into space on a miniature satellite aboard a SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket. Pope Francis will bless both the satellite and the nanobook in St. Peter’s Square this Wednesday March 29 in preparation for his words to blast off from California’s Vandenberg Space Force Base in June. “ ‘The satellite is equipped with a radio transmitter as well as onboard instruments to be maneuvered from the ground,’ a press release stated (and) While in orbit, the satellite will broadcast decipherable statements from Pope Francis on the theme of hope and peace …”.https://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/253946/pope-francis-to-bless-satellite-set-to-launch-his-words-into-space
      It seems to me P.F. considers Jesus Christ passe and ready for retirement. Rather than Vicar of Christ, a new title for P.F. comes to mind: “Pope Francis, Superstar”.

  6. Joisy Goil

    How did this man get to be Pope? Isn’t the Holy Spirit instrumental in the selection of the earthly head of the Church? I used to think that Francis was a victim of his enemies and those of the church. That all the outrageous stuff going around was what we call ‘disinformation’ – (LIES IN PLAIN ENGLISH!). But as time goes by, this doesn’t seem to the true, either.

    I am confused and I have been told that, ‘where there is confusion – that’s where the Holy Spirit is absent’.

    So what gives?

    Now more and more it becomes easy to understand and be grateful for Jesus’ gift of the Divine Mercy Chaplet and the beautiful little prayer, “Jesus I trust in You!”

    It looks like Jesus is the ONLY one we can trust in now days.

  7. anneshorn

    Is it possible that the Cardinal’s? “explanatory note” is misguided and added a touch of heresy simply to please someone else (like the Pope)? To further instigate false witness against (not a person) but a thing? (TLM) You know… like some people who hear gossip and spread it because they don’t like the person gossiped about either. The snowball effect? Praying that the ‘SUN’ comes out and melts all of that snow, quickly!

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