Church Militant on latest Frankenpope interview: “Pope Francis [Said Nothing Except He] Didn’t Open Door for Deaconesses”

Church Militant on latest Frankenpope interview: “Pope Francis [Said Nothing Except He] Didn’t Open Door for Deaconesses”

by Bradley Eli, M.Div., Ma.Th. • June 27, 2016

VATICAN – Pope Francis says he’s annoyed by media reports that he opened a door for female deacons.

Flying back from Armenia to Rome Sunday, a reporter asked the Holy Father about the topic. The Pope expressed displeasure over the media kerfuffle claiming he’d supposedly “opened the door to the possibility of ordained female deacons.”

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[According to CM, His Holiness said nothing about apologizing to buggers or about Luther as a “reformer,” “intelligent” and “medicine for the Church”]

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5 comments on “Church Militant on latest Frankenpope interview: “Pope Francis [Said Nothing Except He] Didn’t Open Door for Deaconesses”

  1. The Wanderer concedes from posting the Vatican Radio report that His Holiness said something about the relation of the Church to homosexuals as well as words of praise for Martin Luther but nothing more specific.

  2. [According to Peter Skojec at 1Peter5, during his recent aerial press conference Pope Francis Doubles Down on “Who am I to Judge?”; the Download group at ChurchMilitant is also doubling down – in this case, on their opposition to those who question Frankenpope’s latest ongoing crazy comments]

    A Protestant Attitude Towards the Pope

    by Church Militant • June 27, 2016

    On this episode of “The Download,” Michael Voris talks about Catholics holding a Protestant attitude towards the Pope.

    • [Another “attack” video from The Download group at Church Militant]

      Zeal Without Prudence Is Foolish

      by Church Militant • June 27, 2016

      On this episode of “The Download,” Christine Niles talks about how there is a serious lack of prudence regarding the ways some Catholic bloggers talk about the Pope.

  3. Am I to take it from Michael Voris’ comments that we are not to judge a Pope at all? That we are therefore to ignore all the things he says that hurt the Faith? That we are to accept and endorse each Pope without discernment?
    How is this different from papalotry, from making the Pope a false idol?

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