“And he opened his mouth unto blasphemies against God…” (Apoc 13:6)

BLASPHEMY!

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“Pope” Francis claims Jesus Christ had to “Beg Forgiveness” of Mary and Joseph for Staying at Temple in Jerusalem!


Words failed us when we were notified today of the following text in “Pope” Francis’ sermon for the Feast of the Holy Family, which in the Novus Ordo Sect was observed this past Sunday, December 27. Prepare to become first disbelieving, then very furious as you read the latest blasphemy uttered by the Argentinian apostate Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”):

The biblical readings which we just heard presented us with the image of two families on pilgrimage to the house of God. Elkanah and Hannah bring their son Samuel to the Temple of Shiloh and consecrate him to the Lord (cf. 1 Sam 1:20-22, 24-28). In the same way, Joseph and Mary, in the company of Jesus, go as pilgrims to Jerusalem for the feast of Passover (cf. Lk 2:41-52)….

At the end of that pilgrimage, Jesus returned to Nazareth and was obedient to his parents (cf. Lk 2:51). This image also contains a beautiful teaching about our families. A pilgrimage does not end when we arrive at our destination, but when we return home and resume our everyday lives, putting into practice the spiritual fruits of our experience. We know what Jesus did on that occasion. Instead of returning home with his family, he stayed in Jerusalem, in the Temple, causing great distress to Mary and Joseph who were unable to find him. For this little “escapade”, Jesus probably had to beg forgiveness of his parents. The Gospel doesn’t say this, but I believe that we can presume it. Mary’s question, moreover, contains a certain reproach, revealing the concern and anguish which she and Joseph felt. Returning home, Jesus surely remained close to them, as a sign of his complete affection and obedience. Moments like these become part of the pilgrimage of each family; the Lord transforms the moments into opportunities to grow, to ask for and to receive forgiveness, to show love and obedience.

(“Homily of His Holiness Pope Francis”, Dec. 27, 2015; Vatican.va; red bold print added for emphasis.)


In case the Vatican web site changes or removes the text, we have saved screenshots of both the English as well as the original Italian version. The Italian words Bergoglio used, by the way, are these: “Per questa sua ‘scappatella’, probabilmente anche Gesù dovette chiedere scusa ai suoi genitori. Il Vangelo non lo dice, ma credo che possiamo supporlo” (source). And for those who still don’t believe it, here is the video, which we have also saved in case it gets removed:

The blasphemy is uttered beginning at the 37:20 mark


While commentary better not be needed for this, we will nevertheless quote the great St. Alphonsus Liguori, who issues a scathing rebuke to Bergoglio for his blasphemy:

It is certain that, to a soul which loves God, there can be no greater pain than the fear of having displeased Him. Therefore in this sorrow alone did Mary complain, lovingly expostulating with Jesus, after she had found Him: “Son, why hast Thou done so to us? Thy father and I have sought Thee sorrowing” [Lk 2:48]. By these words, she had no idea of reproving Jesus, as heretics blasphemously assert, but only meant to express to Him the grief proceeding from the greatest love she bore Him, which she had experienced during His absence: ‘It was not a rebuke,’ says Denis the Carthusian, ‘but a loving complaint.’

(St. Alphonsus Liguori, The Glories of Mary [London, 1852], p. 407; underlining added.)


Although this is Francis’ most egregoius blasphemy to date, it is by no means his first. Here is more scandalous talk and action by the “Pope”, including a public joke that used the Crucifixion of Christ as its punchline:


Is a picture emerging yet? 

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Alright, all you non-sedevacantists, what more does it take? It is as if Francis wakes up every day and asks himself, “What more can I do to convince people that I am not the Pope?!” As someone once said, it is a lot easier to deceive people than to convince them that they’ve been deceived.

Francis is an apostate and a blasphemer. One thing he isn’t, is Pope of the Catholic Church.

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