“I am the first pope who … studied theology after the Council and, at that time, for us the great light was Paul VI.” – Pope Francis

www.harvestingthefruit.com/greatest-speech/

According to Dr. Robert Moynihan, longtime Vaticanista and editor-in-chief of Inside the Vatican Magazine:

When Pope Francis went to Strasbourg on November 25, he diagnosed Europe’s spiritual health. It was a brilliant speech, perhaps the greatest so far in his pontificate. With great clarity, with great passion — he was interrupted 14 times by applause — he set forth a vision for Europe to return to a more spiritual, more humane, path than the one she is on, which includes euthanasia, abortion, and gives “a general impression of weariness and aging.”

Yes, it was a noteworthy speech indeed, but its only claim to “greatness” lies exclusively in the degree to which it provides a brutally vivid image of the deplorable state of the Catholic Church in our day; one in which she no longer holds herself out as the bulwark of truth established by Jesus Christ, so that through her “the true light that enlightens every man” (John 1:9) might illuminate this world so often darkened by sin and error.

The simple fact that the European Parliament felt compelled to break out in applause more than a dozen times over the course of a roughly thirty minute speech is indication enough that Pope Francis wasn’t preaching Jesus Christ that day; on the contrary, he was once more extolling the virtues of man….

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5 comments on ““I am the first pope who … studied theology after the Council and, at that time, for us the great light was Paul VI.” – Pope Francis

  1. I was skeptical at first, but I’m beginning to think this whole “Francis is really an Orangutan” theory may have something to it.

  2. You mean this guy actually studied theology? Can’t prove it by me. Must have been the theology of Luther or Calvin or some such.

  3. Well this explains alot!!!

  4. No wonder he flipped over the edge and landed on Mars!

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