Why Bergoglio’s Next Target Is Papal Infallibility

Why Bergoglio’s Next Target Is Papal Infallibility

Ann Barnhardt

Why Bergoglio’s Next Target Is Papal Infallibility

I’ll keep this short and sweet. According to the heretic priest Hans Kung, Bergoglio told him in a letter recently that he would happily revisit the dogma of papal infallibility, which was formally defined at the First Vatican Council in 1870.


In issuing some document that, exactly like The Exuberance of Sodomy, doesn’t explicitly walk back Papal Infallibility or anything else, but merely states it in such a way that the premises are there, Bergoglio and the rest of the enemy infiltrators will “draw out the conclusions.”


Because this is how they will, in one fell swoop, nullify the ENTIRE 2000 YEAR MAGISTERIUM OF THE CHURCH.

Bergoglio will issue this document, let’s call it for now, “Humilitate Mea…” [or “Mea Maxima Culpa” – AQ moderator Tom], and then whenever anyone brings up or cites ANYTHING in the entire Magisterium of the Church that refutes his filthy, satanic heresies, he will simply cite himself in Hm [or MMC] (which if you surveyed the footnotes in The Exuberance of Sodomy, he is very, very happy to do) which will backhandedly imply, but not plainly state, that the Popes were NOT infallible, and therefore all of the previous teachings of not just the Popes, but the entire Magisterium, are neither trustworthy nor reliable.

Again, it will not be stated plainly, but the premise will be laid out, so that Bergoglio and his fags can then “draw out the conclusions”:

Pius X? Unreliable.

Leo XIII? Unreliable.

Pius V? Unreliable.

Gregory the Great? Unreliable.

Even the terrible recent modernist popes, Paul VI and John Paul II, who were both explicitly contradicted in The Exuberance of Sodomy, will be thrown under the bus. No, in Bergoglio’s church, there is only one founder, one authority, and that is Bergoglio. As he bellowed in a rage in the Casa Santa Marta dining hall last fall when the 13 Cardinals sent him the letter requesting clarification on the procedures in the phony Synod Against the Family…

QUI COMANDO IO!! (I’m in charge here!)

The result will be more chaos. In fact, it will then be near-total chaos that can only be sorted out and order only restored by supernatural means.

So, we know that chaos is diabolical, and Bergoglio advocates it and uses it as his main tool. We also know that Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, God Almighty, the Second Person of the Triune Godhead, said in the Sermon on the Mount, “But let your speech be yea, yea: no, no: and that which is over and above these, is of evil.”

Bergoglio and his faggot cronies are now openly admitting that Bergoglio does NOT speak plainly as a conscious tactic, precisely in order to bring about calculated destructive chaos [Pope’s Forte: Spilling the Beans Featured; by Christopher A. Ferrara (The Remnant, Saturday, May 7, 2016)].

It is time to cut the ridiculous, effeminate self-delusion that Bergoglio is anything other than a diabolical man firmly in the camp of the Antichrist. This is like saying the Japanese Army’s rape of Nanking was an awkwardly executed albeit kindhearted humanitarian mission.

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4 comments on “Why Bergoglio’s Next Target Is Papal Infallibility

  1. Captain Kirk: Mister Spock! Pope Bergoglio and papal infallibility…analyze using your superior Vulcan logic!

    Spock: Fascinating, Captain. It is possible that Pope Bergoglio may not be aware of the logical contradiction of overturning papal infallibility while claiming it for himself on climate change and global warming.

    Captain Kirk: Won’t that pose certain theological and philosophical problems, especially for modernists at the National Catholic Reporter and the Commonweal crowd?

    Spock: It is possible that this has even dawned upon the more conservative neo-Catholics who have resisted confronting the modernist problems of this pontificate.

    Father Guido Sarducci: Look on the bright side: the pope’s contradictions could revive the study of logic at Catholic colleges and universities.

    Father Mulcahy, S.J.: That’s a valid point. Father W. Norris Clarke, S.J. and Professor von Hildebrand always liked to review the non sequitur fallacy when discussing the problems of logical fallacies at Fordham. Let’s see, there was affirming the consequent and denying a conjunct…..and the fallacy of the undistributed middle….

  2. “It is time to cut the ridiculous, effeminate self-delusion that Bergoglio is anything other than a diabolical man firmly in the camp of the Antichrist.”

    If people still don’t believe that then they are part of the problem.
    Bergoglio doesn’t even hide the fact that he’s an apostate.
    He certainly takes advice from apostates like Kung and Walter Kasper, among others.
    Sadly it’s just not liberals and neo-Catholics that defend this clown, many neo-trads do too.
    Sadly imo there aren’t enough trad Catholic bishops to depose this creep, so the Church is stuck with him.
    God help us.

  3. For people who want to “dialogue” everything there can be no objective truth. Without objective truth there can be no infallibility, and indeed, without objective truth there can be no Catholicism. But who says the Pope is a Catholic? That went out about the time Shecky Greene was on television. Papa Bergoglio has turned a stand up comic’s line into a theological question.

    in XTO,

  4. Being a faithful Catholic I naturally accept the doctrine of Papal Infallibility, because it is an infallible dogma of the Church.
    However, the irony in all this is that the best argument against Papal Infallibility, for heretics like Hans Kung to use in their continued attack on the Church is … Pope Francis. If anything would make me doubt the doctrine it would be him. However, since the doctrine is true, I know that God Himself will prevent the present incumbent of the See of Peter from contravening that doctrine, no matter how hard he tries!
    So by all means let him chum up with Heretic Hans, let them do their worst, they won’t succeed.
    They may, however, do an awful lot of damage on the way and that’s what worries me.

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