Thursday, February 18, 2016

Pope Francis Said Politicians Who Support Abortion are Not Christians.

Oh wait no, that's not what he said!

On his way home from Mexico, to his home surrounded by men with steel hats and swords, Pope Francis said Donald Trump is a politicians who supports the sovereignty and security of their countries and consequently he is not a Christian.

Not Christian!

Donald responded:

For a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. I am proud to be a Christian

The slander is almost unbearable.

The Pope owes Donald Trump an apology.

The Pope stood beside the antichrist in our White House and never said a word about the evil Obama has foisted upon the shoulders of his flock and people. Not a word about the fifty-six million babies murdered and the selling of their body parts.

He said absolutely nothing. Zip.

He's had more kumbaya photo-ops with murdering dictators, and acted gaga over their demonic trinkets in front of the cameras, than any pope during my lifetime.

Even when handed a communist necklace, he did not say their conduct proves they are not Christian. Didn't he even put it around his neck?

The Pope also, ever so deceptively, suggested to women that birth control is acceptable because of the "threat" of Zika.

He also, when asked if he approved the use of contraception because of "Zika"

"On the other hand, avoiding pregnancy is not an absolute evil."

The Pope then pointed to a narrow exception to the church's ban on most forms of birth control: His predecessor, Pope Paul VI, allowed African nuns to use contraceptives "in cases of rape," Francis said. He did not explain the circumstances or what forms of birth control were used.

Got it. Because a Pope gave a dispensation to a group of nuns in the Congo who were threatened by animals banging down doors to rape and pillage women, this means Humanae Vitae approves the use of contraception when there's a chance of delivering a child with a birth defect.

Do you realize the far-reaching effects of this perversion of Church teaching?

Let's not kid ourselves. The Holy Father mentioned the dispensation of the nuns in the Congo because that situation involved birth control pills and he relates this use of artificial contraception for use in situations of potential birth defects.

If he wasn't talking about birth control pills, he would not have mentioned the dispensation given to the nuns in the Congo.

He has discovered that the Church says you can't kill a child for potential birth defects but you can use contraception.

If you've delivered a Down's syndrome child, use birth control pills so you don't burden the world with another defective person.

If you've got a problem with your genetics or have an illness that threatens the health of an unborn child, it's ok to use contraception.-

Because of the nuns who used birth control pills in the Congo.

Can somebody please tell me when children with birth defects became disposable trash in Catholic teaching?

Please. Put a sock in it.

Good coverage HERE.

And of course HERE.

This is a good read too. Be sure to check out the wall around the Vatican.

If it's a sin to think the Pope would do the Church a great service if he kept his mouth shut, those of us guilty of that "sin" around the world wouldn't be able to fit in the United States.


Anonymous said...

Now he's " Judging"?

Michael Dowd said...

Very good Carol. And to think that our dear Pope has called out Trump as a non-Christian for protecting our borders.

Connecticut Catholic Corner said...

Thanks for the shout out!

God bless

Tom said...

Ah, the myth of the Pauline dispensation from Humanae Vitae: “If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it” – Josef Goebbels, Nazi Minister for Propaganda and Public Enlightenment.

The truth from The Tablet, 7 June 7, 1969:

Humanae Vitae’ Rumours Denied

L’Osservatore Romano, in an unsigned note which appeared on 29 May, denied that there was any substance in the rumours recently made public in the Italian press and elsewhere that the Pope is about to issue a further statement on the subject of Humanae Vitae (see The Tablet, 31 May). Mentioning the report which was published in the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero and the article by Fr. Giacomo Perico in the Jesuit review Aggiornamenti Sociali, the note stated authoritatively that “for the information of our readers, we can and we must declare that no further document on the subject treated in Humanae Vitae is about to appear. With regard to Fr. Perico’s article, not only does it lack inspiration from higher sources, but has, in fact, been greeted with well-founded reservations on such levels.”

It appears that Fr. Perico’s article, affirming that the Encyclical does not command “unconditional intellectual assent,” was turned down earlier by the Jesuit’s Rome periodical Civilta Cattolica as being inconsistent with the official viewpoint.

TTC said...

Hahahahaha. Stop it!

It's an urban legend?

I did a lot of poking around and between the wide-spread stories affirming from legitimate sources and the Pope referring to it, I thought it was true! Seemed the antithesis of unconditional acceptance of the fiat of the Magnificat, and a little theologically-off of the reservation, but I fell for it!

My readers rock.

M. Prodigal said...

Yes, there is a question whether that with the Congo nuns ever really happened at all.

So should all European women be on contraception because of the threat of rape by 'refugees'?

JTLiuzza said...

M. Prodigal: "So should all European women be on contraception because of the threat of rape by 'refugees'?"

I'd bet almost all are on contraception anyway because they are stupid and easily deceived but I did get a chuckle out of your observation. It does naturally flow from Bergoglio's muddle headed theology, doesn't it?