Tuesday, February 24, 2015
The cup you offer is poison. Drink it yourself.
Mike Voris and Church Militant TV did an outstanding job with this disturbing development in the Catholic Church.
If you haven't done so already, watch the Vortex:
As bold and outlandish as Fr. Scott's conduct was, a few noteworthy observations.
After Catholics pointed out his errors, he didn't threaten to sue them. He thanked them. He apologized.
Fr. Scott is in our prayers.
I am convinced that his conduct is like one piece of fruit falling off of the rotten tree.
The empowerment to publicly tell a Cardinal faithful to Church teaching to shut the bleep up is a direct result of 'the Pope Francis effect'.
Pope Francis has spent two years caricaturing the faithful practice of our religion for the 2000 years before him as hateful. He has set the fires ill will against us and poured gasoline on it every few days.
Mike also did a spectacular job on this vortex on Fr. Rosica's disturbing history of theological errors:
Voris brings up very astute observations.
How and why would a priest with a history of this kind of skullduggery rise up through the ranks?
When he gets called out for his lack of fidelity to Church teaching, who is empowering him to threaten to sue Catholics who point out he needs to believe and teach the Catholic religion and not his own imaginary version of it?
A few articles in Christendom are referring to what is becoming a pontificate for thugs.
The shoe seems to fit.