Pope Francis Before the Most Blessed Sacrament: “He did not kneel, remove his pileolus, and assume an attitude of prayer”

Pope Francis Before the Most Blessed Sacrament: “He did not kneel, remove his pileolus, and assume an attitude of prayer”

[Hat-tip to gpmtrad]

Text / translation: Giuseppe Nardi
Trans: Tancred
3/26/17

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Pope Francis sat in the crypt of Milan Cathedral before the Most Blessed Sacrament: “He did not kneel, sat, not once did he remove his pileolous and assume an attitude of prayer”

(Milan) In the context of his visit to Milan today and the meeting with the clergy of the Archdiocese in the Cathedral of Milan, Pope Franziskus spent some time before the Blessed Sacrament. “He does not kneel, but sits down on a beautiful chair surrounded by other prelates who stand …” Thus, Antonio Socci criticized the scene, which provoked criticism from different sides.

The traditional page Messa in latino added some comments. Its author criticized Francis’ attitude before the Blessed Sacrament, as had not yet been voiced by him in the four years of this pontificate.

“The Pope did not visit the Blessed Sacrament on the main altar (which would have been a good and proper opportunity to provide visibility to the worthy worship of God, the climax of the liturgy and the cult), but in the crypt, almost as if it were a private act that is made in secret and in a hurry.

A prie dieu was not even provided. That is, the master of ceremonies of the cathedral had instructions not to set him one up at all. The pope does not want to use the prie dieu and apparently does not even have one on hand.

Francis did not even remove the white pileolus on his head before the Blessed Sacrament. It was once named Soli Deo because it is only removed for God in the Sacrament.

Expression and body language, the folded hands, indicate that the pope is not taking a prayerful disposition before the Lord in prayer and worship, but just as if he were in a program and had to make an intermediate stop in the crypt which had annoyed him. The look seems apathetic as if he did not see God in the Most Blessed Sacrament.

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Francis before the Most Blessed Sacrament: “Apathetic look, no disposition of prayer”

Pope Francis does not seem to have the intention of wishing to foster acts of worshiping God, as they are only due to God. He does not kneel down, as is known (he suffers, it is said, but not officially). But he sits instead of not taking the pileolus off and not to fold his hands? No, I believe he does not believe in the real presence!

On Holy Thursday we will see it.

It is pointless: I am told that I must love and respect this pope. I just do not succeed in loving him. It is hard for me to respect him.

He is Pope by right, but he does not sanctify and teach it in his office. Perhaps he is pope only in government (Therewith, to place the Franciscans of the Immaculate under provisional administration and to dismiss bishops, to protect homosexual priests, and to promote worker priests).

Christian Caritas is merited when it comes out of love for Christ. Without Christ, it is only atheistic social aid.”

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3 comments on “Pope Francis Before the Most Blessed Sacrament: “He did not kneel, remove his pileolus, and assume an attitude of prayer”

  1. Posted by Tancred on Monday, March 27, 2017

    Program of Contrasts: Francis in Milan — Benedict’s Prayerful Dialog in Rome

    (Rome) The pictures of the last 25th March, the Feast of the Annunciation, which show Pope Francis before the Most Blessed Sacrament exposed for him in the Winter Choir (Coro Jemale) of the Cathedral of Milan, sitting without taking off his Pileolus, without prayer, have caused Catholics to show disappointment and horror.

    Eucharistic worship is the highest expression of the awesome glorification of God. It happens in every Holy Mass. The Church is also aware of the solemn exposition of the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar. At the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus’ Friday, June 11, 2010, Pope Benedict XVI ended his Year of the Priest. On the evening before, a prayer vigil with Eucharistic worship took place on St. Peter’s Square. Benedict XVI had dedicated the entire year to the priesthood, presented the priest of Ars, John Maria Vianney, as a model to every priest. The Pope also introduced the Eucharistic Adoration and the promotion of the Eucharistic Adoration with the spiritual reflections of the French priest. The central aspect of faith is reverence of the saint, in a very special way before the Most Blessed Sacrament.

    The images of 10 June 2010 form a contrasting program for believing people. The worshiping dialogue between the Pope and the Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament of the Altar.


    www.youtube.com/embed/yy8aWca0Ng0

  2. [Hat-tip to Canon212: “Priest brings 200 FrancisFaithful to Milan, makes the devil horns in FrancisJoy”]

    Milan Priest From the Margins Makes “Mano Cornuta” Before Mass

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    Text: Giuseppe Nardi
    Trans: Tancred
    3/27/17

    (Rome) An AFP photographer, Giuseppe Cacace, immortalized a bizarre scene on the outskirts of the Pope’s visit to Milan: a priest making the mano cornuta. The “horned hand” is considered a rather vulgar gesture in Italy to offend someone else, but it has even wider meanings right down to Satanism.

    The “weirdly dressed guy with a colorful newsboy hat” (Corriere della Sera), who presented the Mano cornuta before the beginning of the Holy Mass celebrated by Pope Francis in Milan, is not a satanist who had become part of the priesthood but a priest and is known as Don Luca Raimondi. Don Raimondi, who by his conspicuous attitude “decidedly fell out of the circle of the priests present” (Corriere), is pastor in the diocese of Monza (church province of Milan).

    The significance of the disparaging gesture can have numerous meanings. In Italy s a way to tell the other person that his wife / girlfriend is unfaithful to him, put on horns (adultery). The gesture also occurs in the case of a surprise, as a defense against a misfortune or a misfortune.

    But the hand gesture is also seen as a satanist greeting, as a gesture of invocation or confession to Satan. Just as common, the Mano cornuta is a scene-typical pose in the hardrock subculture, known there as Devil horns or Metalhand.

    Buddhism also knows it in the form of a mudra (hand gesture). This “persecution or deflection gesture” (Karana) has also flowed into yoga. “With the horns of a wild yak, the adept is going against the demon or opponent.” This is an intensified “threat gesture” (Tarjana), which is directed against a demon or an opponent only with a raised index finger.

    Don Luca Raimondi is considered to be a “priest at the margins”. He attends to four parishes of a pastoral unit, which includes three places in Brianza.

    Through the publication of the picture with the unusual gesture and the following storm of indignation, he saw himself forced to make an explanation. Yesterday the priest justified it to his faithful during Holy Mass with a story so unbelievable that he would have better saved it.

    The short version: It was an hour before the beginning of the Mass. There was a cheerful, cheerful mood. It happened in the priest’s block. Then, on the cell phone, a woman called to him, who from a distance reserved for the faithful, motioned to him, joked with him about his newsboy hat, and said she wanted to have it. He had said no, and that with the raised index finger. When the woman insisted, he had then raised his pinky finger to say no. “These are the risks of communication,” Don Raimondi said. Whoever believes it. Even if the story were accurate, the question would remain unanswered, as a priest loosely and without any connection, forms a hand to Mano cornuta.

    “More importantly, I brought 200 people to Milan,” said Don Luca. He had only raised the sleeves of chasuble beforehand because of the “heat”. A “cheerful, open mood,” was ruling over the place, the priest said. It was just a “joking gesture.” The AFP photo, however, does not seem to confirm this.

  3. How many more times will we traditional Catholics who believe in the Real Presence be insulted by the antics of this impostor-pope? When will the hierarchy rise up and throws this bum out? Dubias not withstanding, this guy is straight from the bowels of Hell, God forgive me, I cannot stand it.

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