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Sunday, 30 October 2016

‘Pope’ Francis bans preaching, wants more people in hell!



Pope Francis waving to participants at the meeting with Lutheran pilgrims. - REUTERS
Francis near the effigy of the heretic Martin Luther which he enthroned at the Vatican



As Francis will travel to morrow to go and celebrate the arch heretic, Martin Luther, we must remember that millions of people are still regarding him as a ‘pope’! This is plainly unbelievable! How can a man who obvious have gone against all Catholic doctrines one way or another be called ‘pope’ by right thinking people?


The answer could be found in the fact that Francis’ religion frown upon preaching the Gospel. It is through preaching the Gospel that people hear the faith and convert to the true faith.


Novus Ordo religion prevents people from hearing the truth. They have done this prevention job for two generations now. This is why millions of people, totally brainwashed continues to say that Francis is a Catholic and his is ‘pope’!


Now, there is no hiding anything anymore. Francis has again warned that preaching is sin! Just imagine the dynamics! Francis actually uses the word ‘sin’!


From the man who does aways with sins such as adultery and fornication as belonging to a hopelessly outdated and rigid past, now comes the introduction of entirely new “sins”, such as supporting the death penalty, failing to recycle, or — the latest now — the “sin” of converting others.


We saw it a few weeks ago in Georgia, where Jorge Bergoglio — “Pope” Francis — denounced converting the Eastern Orthodox as a “great sin against ecumenism”, and we saw it again on October 13 of this year, the 99th anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima when Francis received in audience roughly 1,000 ecumenical (mostly Lutheran) “pilgrims” from Germany. The meeting was conducted in Italian and German, with translators present, and all the participants wore a colored scarf around their necks, either blue or yellow, to signify whether they were Lutheran (blue) or “Catholic” (yellow). Francis, of course, wore both. At the end of the audience, the papal impostor gave the people the usual Trinitarian blessing, but without making the sign of the cross — he was too busy holding the stupid scarf, and we know that the Cross just isn’t his thing anyway.


It was during this audience, by the way, that Francis denied the dogmatic teaching of the Council of Trent, and of course his outrages didn’t end there. Aside from uttering heretical claptrap about Lutherans and Catholics supposedly sharing the same faith and both being members of the Body of Christ, Francis also spontaneously answered questions given him by people in the audience. When Francis speaks off the cuff, he is at his best, so to speak, because it is then that we get the most authentic Francis: unfiltered, unscripted, unplugged — and sometimes unhinged, too.


What’s curious is that the Vatican has apparently suppressed any reports of the Q&A session, because a transcript of it is nowhere to be found on its web site, nor has one been provided by the Vatican news organs. Thankfully, the Spanish Religión Digital and the American Life Site have provided at least partial transcripts in Spanish and English, respectively, which can be accessed here and here.


Here is a question asked by a member of the audience and Francis explicitly used the opportunity to ban preaching!



Woman: Dear Pope Francis, my name is Henriette. I am from Magdeburg and am 15 years old. In our state of Saxony-Anhalt, about 80% of the people are without any religious affiliation, 13.9% of the inhabitants are Lutheran, and only 3.5% are Catholic. Most of my friends do not go to church and do not believe in God. They are happy, helpful, and truly good friends. Do I have to convince others of my faith, or is it enough that they are good friends to me?



Francis: The first question, the one that was posed in the context of the region having 80% of the population without a creed, is: “Do I have to convince these friends – good ones, who work and who are happy – do I have to convince them of my faith? What must I say to convince them?” Listen, the last thing you must do is to “speak.” You have to live as a Christian, like a Christian: convinced, forgiven, and on a path. It is not licit to convince them of your faith; proselytism is the strongest poison against the ecumenical path. You must give testimony to your Christian life; testimony will unsettle the hearts of those who see you. And from this unsettling grows one question: but why does this man or this woman live like that? And that prepares the ground for the Holy Spirit. Because it is the Holy Spirit that works in the heart. He does what needs to be done: but He needs to speak, not you. Grace is a gift, and the Holy Spirit is the gift of God from whence comes grace and the gift that Jesus has sent us by His passion and resurrection. It will be the Holy Spirit that moves the heart with your testimony – that is way you ask – and regarding that you can tell the “why,” with much thoughtfulness. But without wanting to convince.




Francis is certainly right on one point: Proselytism and ecumenism don’t go together. It’s one or the other; they are contraries. That he would prefer ecumenical feel-goodism over preaching the truth goes without saying — he wouldn’t be Jorge if he didn’t.


Francis has actually been very consistent in that: He hates evangelization. Sure, he always talks about “preaching the Gospel”, but he means without actually preaching the Gospel — which implies, of course, that the Apostles got it all wrong, because — horror of horrors! — they preached! “But they going forth preached everywhere…” (Mk 16:20). And so did not only the Apostles, but all Catholics until… Vatican II, where ecumenism made its great debut.


According to Francis’ reasoning, our Blessed Lord Himself must have been at fault, for He instituted the Great Commission from which all preaching and all evangelization and missionary activity take their origin:


Going therefore, teach ye all nations; baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and behold I am with you all days, even to the consummation of the world.
(Matthew 28:19-20)



But hey, what’s a divine commission when compared to Jorge’s latest revelation from the “god of surprises”? Perhaps Christ should have also turned the Sermon on the Mount into more of a Time of Observation & Encounter on the Mount.


Curiously enough, when St. Paul exhorted St. Timothy to preach (!) the Word of God — clearly, St. Paul hadn’t gotten Francis’ memo — in the same breath he warned his spiritual son of false teachers who would corrupt the very Gospel he was being charged to spread:



Preach the word: be instant in season, out of season: reprove, entreat, rebuke in all patience and doctrine. For there shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears: and will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables.
(2 Timothy 4:2-4)


Watch the video of Francis banning preaching. 




Also the transcript of his speech banning preaching is here in Spanish and here in English.


Meanwhile, we need to pray for all those who insist that Francis is pope. It is only prayers that can save them now since their reasoning is totally gone!


With Francis banning preaching, it means he wants more and more people not to hear the truth so that they can wind up in hell.


Please protect yourself and your loved ones from Francis and his false religion sitting at the Vatican!


Presented By Malachy Mary Igwilo, On the Feast of Christ the King, 30th October 2016



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