Skip to comments.Michael Voris on attacks on Francis and Benedict
Posted on 03/22/2013 11:55:41 AM PDT by NYer
Michael Voris has some good things to say about the negative reactions to Pope Francis.
Attacking the Pope - You Tube Video
If he were to just be a bit more charitable...
...and go with his real hair...
...he could reach so many more!
Pope Francis did absolutely nothing to stop Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi from receiving the sacrament of communion at the Vatican.
Just the same ol’ same ol’.
And even more digusting.
Despite rising to a Traficant-level of obvious combover, I've been told repeatedly that it is Voris' real hair.
So to keep me from becoming conceited because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations, a thorn was given me in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to harass me, to keep me from becoming conceited.
-- 2 Corinthians 12:7
Here is a challenge ... compile a list of ALL the worldwide apostates who showed up at the Installation Mass, were advised by their bishops not to receive communion but proceeded to do so anyway. You get credit for naming Biden and Pelosi ... name the rest. Please post it to the forum as we would all like to write Pope Francis and let him know these individuals should be barred from future events.
Once you are done, then turn to Matthew 7:1
The Magisterium's job is to teach and encourage with patience. If those two idiots wish to heap burning coals upon their heads, that's between them and the final judge.
We shall see what Pope Francis eventually decides to do. He's going to go at his speed, not yours.
In other words, the same ol’ same ol’.
Discuss the issues all you want, but do not make it personal.
There are numerous Catholic FReepers who do, in fact, want a new Inquisition, and for American Catholics to boot. I'm glad to hear that you don't think it's a good idea.
Were not here to say that the inquisitions were without blame, but what were going to show is that, by and large, the courts of inquisition were the most, just and humane legal systems that existed anywhere in Europe at the time. And they were started to protect people from unjust treatment, not to harm them with unjust rulings....
....heres a few points youre going to want to remember:
Number 1 There were a lot of LOCAL inquisitions that tried baptized Catholics for grave sins against their faith.
Number 2 The inquisitions introduced a new and much more just legal structure, that our own court system actually borrowed from.
And point number 3 The Spanish monarchy used the inquisition to protect its national security, at a time when it was in great danger from Muslim aggression. Remember, just like in Anglican England and Lutheran Germany, Catholic Spain saw religion as inseparable from patriotism and loyalty to the crown. Catholic monarchs saw religious belief as protecting the political stability of the country, because they knew that their stability relied on the bedrock of natural law established by GOD and delivered to them by Christ and His Catholic Church.
Interestingly enough, St. Teresa of Avila narrowly escaped the claws of the Inquisitors. Had they succeeded, we would never have gotten classics like "Interior Castle", "Way of Perfection", or for that matter, the founding of the religious order that gave us St. Thérèse of Lisieux and "Story of a Soul".
Inquisitors are so righteous!
Have a great day in God.