Sunday, May 17, 2015

Pope Appoints Heretic to Pontifical Council on Peace and Justice

“It is heartening to see the wave of support for gay marriages."~Fr. Timothy Radcliffe

Vatican Radio announced today that Dominican Fr. Timothy Radcliffe is being appointed as consultor to the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace.

Are there any heterosexuals affiliated with the 'justice and peace' crowd?

It has always seemed to me to be effeminate/androgynous priests with a long histories of political and theological advocacy of adultery, gay marriage, contraception, helping elect proabort politicians, boohooing about prohibitions against women's ordination and the other heresies that lead souls into perdition.

I've always thought of the "Peace and Justice" dicastery as the Vatican's human rights campaign to promote contraception, abortion and gay marriage.

I have not heard a peep from this group in the United States about the ethnic cleansing of Christians by the muslims which has been going on now since the election of Barack Hussein.

They should be high profile educating Americans about the atrocities at the hands of the mohammadens. Their silence is deafening.

In twenty years of work of human rights campaign for children slaughtered in the womb, I have never encountered the Peace and Justice people.

In the important human rights campaign of legally banning abortions after twenty weeks, they are absent.

After years of observing and encountering Peace and Justice crowd, I long ago concluded it's the life work of reinventing those three days in Woodstock.

If I were a Pope looking for the herd of elephants trampling the pearls of salvation, the Peace and Justice Commission would be my first stop.

The thing should be disbanded and all sent for an intense year of spiritual therapy.

But Pope Francis is stacking the deck with another androgynous-looking heretic.

A journalist at Crux writes that the appointment "is sure to raise eyebrows".

In a move sure to raise eyebrows among the Church’s traditional guard,

a.) Anyone who is surprised by Pope Francis appointment of a heretic to lead his people from 2000 years of faithfulness to God, is a person whose head is in the sand.

b.) Duly note how Pope Francis reign has reduced Church teaching into 'traditions' which the Holy Father is changing with the appointment of heretics.

Pope Francis has turned unchanging Truth into antiquated habits he was elected to the papacy to break.

All watching naturally presume his appointment of heretics is the carrying out of the agenda he keeps telling us is his role in the Church.

This is a rational assumption of anyone and everyone who has the fortitude to face reality.

The Pope knows the outcome of appointing the heretics. It leads people to believe in heresies and practice what they are told is okay to do by them.

Nobody in their right mind appoints a heretic to convey Church teaching to souls they were ordained to lead to Truth and salvation.

It's akin to hiring nurse with a history of violently shaking babies to care for newborns at a hospital.

This is not the first heretic appointed by Pope Francis and it won't be his last.


Steve Dalton said...

With every appointment of a liberal or the removal of an orthodox man from a post, this Pope's real agenda and orientation becomes clearer and clearer. Yet many Catholics refuse to see the truth for what it is. They rationalize because they can't come to grips with the cognitive dissonance in their minds about the Pope. If you want to see cognitive dissonance gone hog wild go here. Please take notice of the Featured Comment. Does he really believe Francis is "trying to save our souls" with appointments like this!? Apparently, he, Voris, Christine Niles, and a lot of CM.Com supporters believe it. With Catholics like this, who needs heretics as enemies?

Steve Dalton said...

M. Prodigal said...

The salvation of souls is no longer the agenda of much of the leadership presently at the helm of the Church. God help us!

Anonymous said...

"Are there any heterosexuals affiliated with the 'justice and peace' crowd?"

Are there any heterosexuals left in the episcopal ranks?

Just sayin'

'DIS & 'DAT said...

The evidence continues to accumulate. The last days may be nearer than you imagine.
2 Timothy 3:1-5
1 But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. 2 People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, 4 treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God” 5 having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people.

Michael Dowd

TTC said...

Yes. Plenty. There was a long period when they cleaned up the seminaries and heterosexual men were able to tolerate the subculture and even grow and thrive in holiness.

Pope Francis seems to be encouraging and fostering the return of Mapplethorpe seminaries. We will have to see if it takes off. It seems most are treating him like a crazy liberal uncle and keeping as much as they can from being demoralized.

TTC said...

Mike, that was a breath of fresh air!!

Anonymous said...

Quotes by and about Fr. Radcliffe on his appointment showing his influence in the Vatican:

Himself: "I am very happy that the Pope has expressed his confidence in me in this way."

Vatican Radio: "Fr Timothy is a long-time friend and contributor to Vatican Radio’s English Service."

Anonymous said...

Are you serious? Timothy Radcliffe?? In saner Church days, he would have been quietly put to rest in a remote monastery.

Anonymous said...

Some neo-Catholics (such as Father Paul Nicholson) are minimizing Pope Francis’ culpability by saying that he merely rubber-stamped an appointment actually made and passed up from below (in this case, from the Pontifical Council on Justice and Peace’s director, Peter Cardinal Turkson of Ghana) and thus wondering what His Holiness really knows about Father Radcliffe. others are downplaying the importance of the position as “only one of forty consultors” – although it may carry with it a seat at the upcoming Synod (“Burke is out but Radliffe is in” as one critic says).