Monday, November 30, 2015

Pope Francis: No Good Dirty Bums Who Believe in Absolute Truth are Evildoers.

Pope Francis told reporters today that the many people in his church who assent to the substance of the Catechism are dirty rotten evil piggies who commit calumny.

It always floors me when ordained men who discredit Church teaching projectile vomit insults and slander and yet fail to see they are dirtying others with defamation and disinformation and doing evil.


He also gave us a hint on when he will clear up the confusion he's sewn on Church teaching:

I would say not to think about whether it’s lawful or not to heal on the Sabbath, I would say to humanity: ‘make justice,’ and when all are cured, when there is no more injustice, we can talk about the Sabbath

When he's done feeding the stomachs of the entire population of the world when everyone is making love not war.

I think that's around the same time my youngest is set to clean her room.

In other words, he'll take on the role of converting pagans when the dirty little piggies in his church start flying.


Blessed Advent to all!


Left-footer said...

Pope Wildmouth the First does it again. It's good that you still have the energy to blog about him. I have none left.

God bless, and a happy Advent.

Michael Dowd said...

I am wondering if it might be a good idea for advent and general peace of mind not to give serious consideration to anything Pope Francis says. Personally, the very mention of his name makes me upset. They say if you can't say something good about someone don't say anything. However, don't we also have a responsibility to promote and protect the truth of the Catholic Church? I would appreciate anyone's thoughts on this matter. The question being should we take a break from Pope Francis during advent?

Anonymous said...

In general I have been trying to take a break from this papacy just because it so extreme. When posting on websites, or blogs like this, its better just to point out the inconsistency and point back to traditional Catholic teaching. It may just spark some interest in those that follow this regime in Rome if, for no other reason, they don't know any better.

For blogs like this that last statement about the regime in Rome is also applicable to the Archdiocese of Boston.

JB said...

I agree with Michael. I started ignoring him after his snide crack about "rosary counters." told me all I needed to know about him.

StevenD-Jasper said...

you are all right, don't let this Pope suck the joy out of you. When I think of a Pope I try to remember Benedict or JP2

Anonymous said...

JB, me too, actually I was deeply offended. Then in another breath he asks for prayers! The Faithful need to know what's going on, we can't bury our heads in the sand. This Pope speaks very little about the Importance of Our Blessed Mother, very little. Now he's gone and contradicted the messages of "the approved" apparition of LaSalette regarding the Sabbath. We need to "stay strong" point out the errors of his ways!

Anonymous said...

Please read
Then decide, as much as it would be nice to have joy joy joy, now is not the time. Peace & the joy knowing Jesus is coming but not silence.

TTC said...

Not a bad idea Michael, I'll take it to prayer. I've had limited time to blog and devoting what time I have to the assault against our religion coming from the Holy Father. I think they are waiting for us to run out of energy before they proceed and continuing to shine the light in the darkness and danger he is imposing upon all of us is critical. But perhaps I should be sure to devote more time to enrichment.

Michael Dowd said...


I think we have to do both but maybe nudge up the prayer part a bit.

TTC said...

"We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has ever experienced. I do not think the wide circle of the American society, or the wide circle of the Christian community, realizes this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-church, between the Gospel and the anti-Gospel, between Christ and the anti-christ. This confrontation lies within the plans of Divine Providence. It is, therefore, in God's Plan, and it must be a trial which the Church must take up and face courageously..." Saint John Paul II
(as Cardinal Karol Wojtyla) November of 1976

Anonymous said...

Francis attacked "TRUTH".
A true Pope once said that when truth is attacked - silence is consent.
I cannot be silent.
I defend Truth!
Thank God I know the Truth!
Thank you old style pre-Vatican II nuns!

TLM said...

I believe I'll let my own 'conscience' be my guide as to whether or not I'm committing 'CALUMNY' be believing and standing loudly and publicly for all that is taught in the 'one true Church'. After all, even the 'Holy Father' himself has given me the ok to 'go on my own way'. If it applies to a Lutheran woman being able to receive Communion at Mass with her Catholic husband, wouldn't it apply to us 'Fundamentalists'?

TLM said...

And just another thought. I would say the 'Fundamentalists' in the Islamic religion and the 'Fundamentalists' in the Catholic religion are two completely different animals. 'Fundamentalist' Catholics are pretty much a tolerant bunch, but 'Fundamentalist' Islamics not so much. I've never witnessed or heard of a 'Fundamentalist' Catholic calling for Jihad and running around yelling 'Convert of Die', chopping heads off, blowing people up or setting them on fire for not converting. Just sayin.