Feast of St. Agnes
“It is painful to see such a great disorientation and in so many persons who occupy places of responsibility… the devil has succeeded in infiltrating evil under the cover of good… in leading… priests and… consecrated souls… into error… They are blind men guiding other blind men” (Sr. Lucia, C.D. of Fatima).
Antipope Bergoglio justifies Luther: ” On THIS PATH, we [Neo]Catholics and Lutherans, from several countries, together with various communities sharing our ECUMENICAL JOURNEY, reached a significant step when, on 31 October last, we gathered together in Lund, Sweden, to commemorate through common prayer the beginning of the Reformation. This joint commemoration of the Reformation was important on both the human and theological-spiritual levels. After fifty years of official ecumenical dialogue between [Neo]Catholics and Lutherans, we have succeeded in clearly articulating points of view which today we agree on. For this we are grateful. At the same time, we keep alive in our hearts sincere contrition for our faults. In this spirit, we recalled in Lund that the INTENTION OF MARTIN LUTHER five hundred years ago WAS TO RENEW THE CHURCH, NOT DIVIDE HER. The gathering there gave us the courage and strength, in our [Neo]Lord Jesus Christ [the “NEW ‘CATHOLIC THEOlogy’“], to look ahead to the ecumenical journey that we are called to walk together.” (Vatican Radio, CNS, ZenitNews, CatholicHerald, 19th January 2017)
“At the time of this Tribulation, a man, not canonically elected [cf., our post on the “Declaratio” of ‘resignation’ of Pope Benedict XVI] , will be raised to the Pontificate, who, by his cunning, will endeavor to draw many into error… There will be such a diversity of opinions and schisms among the people… for in those days Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor, but a destroyer.” (St. Francis)