Sandro Magister: World’s End Update; The “Last Things” According to Francis

Sandro Magister: World’s End Update; The “Last Things” According to Francis

Francis Bergoglio corrects Jesus Christ and manipulates the words of Holy Scripture

Posted by Vox Cantoris at Friday, October 20, 2017

Greg Burke, the Bishop of Rome’s spokesman, owes it to the Catholic faithful to state whether Eugenio Scalfari of La Repubblica is telling the truth in his statement of what Jorge Bergoglio said:
“Pope Francis has abolished the places where souls were supposed to go after death: hell, purgatory, heaven. The idea he holds is that souls dominated by evil and unrepentant cease to exist, while those that have been redeemed from evil will be taken up into beatitude, contemplating God.”This is heresy. The heresy of “Annihilationism.” It denies the eternal soul and the eternity of Hell.

The second heresy is “Universalism.” This is the heresy that everyone is saved.

Sandro Magister has written this morning about the various times Jorge Bergoglio has either “corrected” Our Lord Jesus Christ or the Holy Apostles, or he has manipulated the words of Our Lord and Holy Scripture by not finishing the sentence.

It is a revealing and damning indictment of Bergoglio and the lapdog minions like Greg Burke who help him sell his snake oil.

What follows below are the highlights of the Gospel According to Bergoglio, the rest of this indictment can be read at:

On Wednesday, October 11, at the general audience in Saint Peter’s Square, Francis said that such a judgment is not to be feared, because “at the end of our history there is the merciful Jesus,” and therefore “everything will be saved. Everything.”

In the text distributed to the journalists accredited to the Holy See, this last word, “everything,” was emphasized in boldface.


At another general audience a few months ago, on Wednesday, August 23, Francis gave for the end of history an image that is entirely and only comforting: that of “an immense tent, where God will welcome all mankind so as to dwell with them definitively.”

An image that is not his own but is taken from chapter 21 of Revelation, but from which Francis was careful not to cite the following words of Jesus:

“The victor will inherit these gifts, and I shall be his God, and he will be my son. But as for cowards, the unfaithful, the depraved, murderers, the unchaste, sorcerers, idol-worshipers, and deceivers of every sort, their lot is in the burning pool of fire and sulfur, which is the second death.”


And again, in commenting during the Angelus of Sunday, October 15 on the parable of the wedding banquet (Matthew 22: 1-14) that was read at all the Masses on that day, Francis carefully avoided citing the most unsettling parts.

Both that in which “the king became indignant, sent his troops, had those murderers killed and their city burned.”

And that in which, having seen “one man who was not wearing the wedding garment,” the king ordered his servants: “Bind him hand and foot and throw him out into the darkness; there shall be weeping there, and gnashing of teeth.”


On the previous Sunday, October 8, another parable, that of the murderous vine dressers (Matthew 21:33-43), had undergone the same selective treatment.

In commenting on the parable during the Angelus, the pope left out what the owner of the vineyard does to those farmers who killed the servants and finally the son: “He will put those wretches to a miserable death.” Much less did he cite the concluding words of Jesus, referring to himself as the “cornerstone”: “He who falls on this stone will be broken to pieces; but when it falls on any one, it will crush him.”



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