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Pope Francis is in trouble
01-02-2018, 06:54 AM
Post: #11
RE: Pope Francis is in trouble
One could say that he is the "Obama" of the Catholic church.

More than a few folks think the "fix was in" re his election. It happened so fast, compared to the others in my lifetime that it almost was like it was "scripted"!

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01-11-2018, 07:59 PM
Post: #12
RE: Pope Francis is in trouble

Heavy stuff for this former catholic…..Get thee behind me francis.

Pope Francis Wants Even More Islamic Invasion of Europe
Francis continued his criticism of immigration opponents as being “guilty” of “demeaning the human dignity due to all as sons and daughters of God.”
A reality check is in order for Francis: the vast majority of migrants are Muslim who are mostly young males. They are not “sons and daughters” of the Christian God and would be, to say the least, a little bit offended as being categorized as such!
Of course, for those who actually pay attention to this cretin, this is nothing new. Since the beginning of his abominable “papacy,” Bergoglio has repeatedly pushed far-out left wing and green causes. What is worse, however, is that Bergoglio is a heretic who has uttered a mind-blowing string of heresies that have disqualified him from being pope of the Catholic Church. Not only has he demonstrated beyond a doubt that he is a heretic, but he cannot be pope on theological grounds. The Argentine Apostate was ordained in the invalid post-Vatican II orders which confer no sacramental grace. He is not a true bishop either since he also was consecrated in the new rite. Bergoglio is simply a layman masquerading as a pope.
Nevertheless, “Pope Francis” has been cheerleading for even greater amounts of immigration, excoriating anyone who opposes him suggesting that such thoughts are “sinful.” He has used the Chair which he illegitimately sits in both an immoral and unhistorical fashion

Sweden: Fourth woman gang raped in two months in migrant bastion of Malmö
The rape occurred on Thursday night and police were alerted by the victim at 1 am, early Friday morning. Police say the rape was classified as a “gross crime” and that the assault followed the same pattern as the previous gang rape.
According to Malmö police president Nils Norling, a report was registered of a “serious rape”, of a victim over 18-years-old.
Police have searched an area in Högaholm with a special dog for semen. The victim was taken to hospital but had no severe injuries.
This is the fourth gang rape in Malmö in less than two months. Media say the first three victims were teenage girls:
The first rape took place on November 4: A girl was raped by several men after a party in Segevång, northern Malmö
Over a week later, a girl was gang raped at a bus stop in Södervärn, central Malmö.
In mid-December, a 17-year-old girl was beaten and raped by several men at a playground in Sofielund in central Malmö.
On 19 december, hundreds took to the streets of the city in southern Sweden to protest, after police told women to stay indoors after dark.
Since at least a decade, Malmö has a serious migrant crime problem and recent reports say the city has at least three no-go zones.
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01-14-2018, 05:06 PM
Post: #13
RE: Pope Francis is in trouble
francis is again revealed as protecting pedos.

SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) — The Vatican was so concerned about the fallout from Chile’s most notorious pedophile priest that it planned to ask three Chilean bishops accused of knowing about his decades-long crimes to resign and take a year’s sabbatical — a revelation that comes just days before Pope Francis makes his first visit to Chile as pope.

A confidential 2015 letter from Francis, obtained by The Associated Press, details the behind-the-scenes maneuvering by the Vatican and Chile’s bishops to deal with…… the prelates connected to the disgraced Rev. Fernando Karadima.

And it reveals the bishops’ concern about Francis naming a Karadima protege, Bishop Juan Barros, to the helm of the diocese of Osorno — an appointment that roiled the diocese, with hundreds of priests and lay Catholics staging protests against him.

Chile’s Catholic Church was thrown into crisis in 2010 when former parishioners publicly accused Karadima of sexually abusing them when they were minors, starting in the 1980s — accusations they had made years earlier to Chilean church leaders but that were ignored. The scandal grew as Chilean prosecutors and Vatican investigators took testimony from the victims, who accused Barros and other Karadima proteges of having witnessed the abuse and doing nothing about it.

In his Jan. 31, 2015, letter, written in response to Chilean church leaders’ complaints about the Barros appointment, Francis revealed for the first time that he knew that the issue was controversial and that his ambassador in Chile had tried to find a way to contain the damage well before the case made headlines.

“Thank you for having openly demonstrated the concern that you have about the appointment of Monsignor Juan Barros,” Francis wrote in the letter, addressed to the executive committee of the Chilean bishops’ conference. “I understand what you’re telling me and I’m aware that the situation of the church in Chile is difficult due to the trials you’ve had to undergo.”

Francis told the committee that his ambassador, Monsignor Ivo Scapolo, had asked Barros to resign in 2014 as bishop to Chile’s armed forces, a high-profile post, and had “encouraged him to take a sabbatical year before assuming any other pastoral responsibility as a bishop.”

Barros was told a similar exit strategy had been planned for two other Karadima-trained bishops, but was asked not to share the information, the pope wrote. He said the plan went awry when Barros named the two others in his letter stepping down as military bishop — a development that posed “a serious problem,” and “blocked any eventual path, in the sense of offering a year of sabbatical,” to remove the three from the eye of the storm roiling the Chilean church.

In the end, Francis went through with the appointment of Barros as bishop of Osorno, 600 miles (900 kilometers) south of Santiago.

Francis has since defended Barros, saying the Osorno opposition to him was “stupid,” unfounded and coming from the left. After the uproar over the appointment, the Vatican took the unusual step of defending it publicly by saying the Vatican’s bishops office had “carefully” examined Barros’ record and found no “objective reason” to block the nomination.

( so why francis did your guy Scapolo ask this Barros to resign in 2014 and do a sabbatical year if the opposition was…. ‘stupid’...with no objective reason to block the nomination?)

Juan Carlos Cruz, who says Karadima sexually abused him when he was a teenager in the 1980s, told the AP that Barros and the other bishops Karadima trained were well aware of the abuse and even witnessed it.
He said two of the bishops kissed Karadima “and put their heads on his shoulder and touched him, for 37 years, but now they have forgotten.”
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