Liar, Liar Cassock on Fire!

hereisjorgebergoglio on Sunday, February 11, 2018

Liar, Liar Cassock on Fire!

Raymond Arroyo gives a clear synopsis of the Chilean 
Abuse Scandal and the role of Francis in it.


Francis lies with the regularity that the average person breathes.  He is constantly telling half-truths in his homilies and interviews intermixed with outright lies.  We previously covered how Francis uses the same strategy as Vladimir Putin does in ruling — both rule with confusion. In a future post on Vladimir Putin we will demonstrate how he like Francis believes communists to be Christians — both Putin and Francis are cut from similar cloth.  Below is an excerpt from the late Omar Bello’s El Verdadero Francisco(The True Francis).  Mr. Bello died in a suspicious car accident shortly after this book was published, in fact he predicted his own death.  Thanks to NovusOrdoWire for bringing this to our attention.

“You have to throw him out now!” Bergoglio demanded, raising his voice. The walls trembled. “Not one more day can this guy be here! Do you understand?”

He was referring to an employee of the Curia whom he couldn’t stand.

“Right away! Do you understand?”

“But he’s going to want to talk to you…”, one of the treasurers replied.

“I said to throw him out already. What language am I speaking?”

“Alright, Monsignor, we’ll throw him out right away.”

“Promoting to remove” is one of the most respected unwritten slogans of the Church. It sounds strange but someone who behaves badly can end up in a better position, yes, very far from the original place where he committed the offense. Of course, despite the motto, it is sometimes necessary to throw people out, and in those cases Bergoglio doesn’t abandon his tricks either. Once dismissed, the employee in question requested an audience with the cardinal and it was granted quickly, without asking questions.

“But I did not know anything about it, Son. You surprise me…”, the present-day Pope assured the dismissed employee when he told him of his troubles.

“Why did they throw you out? Who was it?”

The man left the cardinal’s offices without a job but with a brand new car as a gift, believing Francis to be a saint driven by circumstances beyond his control, dominated by a host of malicious assistants. The story of this dismissal is repeated even by the security officers of the Curia of Buenos Aires.

(Omar Bello, El Verdadero Francisco [Buenos Aires: Ediciones Noticias, 2013], pp. 36-37; our translation.)

source: NovusOrdoWire, Omar Bello: Francis Plays Both Sides

El Verdadero Francisco by Omar Bello, pp. 36-37.

This excerpt clearly shows that Francis is a liar.  The level of skill with which he lies is extraordinary, for the one being lied to comes away thinking that Francis is a saint!  Below are a few links concerning sex crimes covered-up by Francis as well as his lies.  We at Call Me Jorge… are glad that the mainstream medias and the Catholic media are finally awaking to this long known truth about Francis.


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2 comments on “Liar, Liar Cassock on Fire!

  1. Are We Faced With A Lying Pope?

    Gloria.TV News – 2/12/18

    The excellent journalist Marco Tosatti has listed on his blog four instances in which Pope Francis has palpably lied in public. Tosatti says that this is – quote – “at least for me, a motive of great sadness.”

    The most recent case is when Pope Francis commented on the question whether Bishop Barros of Osorno knew about the homosexual abuses of the Chilean Father Fernando Karadima. Francis said that possible witnesses did not show up while he was visiting in Chile. But according to Tosatti, the witnesses had asked to meet Francis but he did not receive them, meeting instead with other presumable victims.

    Tosatti remembers another case when Pope Francis claimed that he does not fire anybody without having heard the person. However when the late Bishop Rogelio Livieres Plano of Ciudad del Este, Paraguay, was removed from his position, he spent two weeks in Rome asking for a meeting with Francis. His efforts were in vain.

    Tosatti then recalls when Francis fired three collaborators of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, against the will of then Prefect Cardinal Müller. Asked about the case, Francis replied referring to one of them, “Yes, the director of the disciplinary office of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has changed, he was excellent but a bit tired and he returned to his country to do the same job for the bishops there.” But Tosatti says that this monsignor was neither tired nor did he wish to return to his country.

    Another lie Francis told Cardinal Müller when he fired him with the excuse that he did not want to keep anybody in any function longer than five years. Since then Francis has broken this alleged new rule many times, especially to prolong the service of liberal and anti-Catholic prelates.

  2. [Another “Liar, Liar Cassock on Fire! “]

    Cardinal Cupich defends Pope’s record on doctrine and abuse

    by Dan Hitchens
    posted Saturday, 10 Feb 2018

    Cardinal Cupich called for a ‘paradigm shift’ in pastoral practice and said that the Pope recognised the need to ‘listen’ to abuse survivors

    Cardinal Blase Cupich has defended Pope Francis’s record and called for a “paradigm shift” in Catholic practice.

    Addressing the Von Hügel Institute at St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, under the title “Pope Francis’ Revolution of Mercy: Amoris Laetitia as a New Paradigm of Catholicity”, Cardinal Cupich called for “a major shift in our ministerial approach that is nothing short of revolutionary”.

    The hoped-for “paradigm shift”, the cardinal said, would be from an approach focused on “the automatic application of universal principles” to one which is “continually immersed” in “concrete situations”.

    Vigorous debate has followed the publication of Amoris Laetitia in April 2016, with different cardinals, bishops and theologians advancing varying interpretations.

    In a question-and-answer session after the cardinal’s lecture, the historian and philosopher Professor John Rist suggested that “the Pope’s ‘paradigm shift’ should be recognised as an attempt, under cover of offering solutions to genuine social problems in Western society, to impose on the Church radical changes of doctrine”.

    Cardinal Cupich replied that those with such concerns should ask themselves: “Do we really believe that the Spirit is no longer guiding the Church?”

    Speaking to the Catholic Herald before his lecture, the cardinal also defended Pope Francis’s actions over the abuse scandal in Chile.

    The Pope’s support for Bishop Juan Barros, whom he appointed to the diocese of Osorno, has recently been under scrutiny. It emerged last week that in 2015 Cardinal Sean O’Malley, Francis’s top advisor on child protection, gave the Pope a letter in which an abuse survivor alleged that Bishop Barros had turned a blind eye to abuse. Last month Cardinal O’Malley said the Pope’s sharp words in defence of Bishop Barros had caused “great pain for survivors of sexual abuse”.

    Asked to comment on Cardinal O’Malley’s remarks, Cardinal Cupich said: “I think that now, the Holy Father sees that by sending Archbishop Scicluna, that we have to listen to those who have come forward and made accusations. And I think that was right. I’m pleased the Holy Father did that: I think Archbishop Scicluna is particularly suited for that kind of review.”

    The cardinal said that the Church was “moving forward” in implementing Benedict XVI’s reforms on child protection, and that the pope had set up the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors “to do everything to keep people on the track”.

    Cardinal Cupich also told the Catholic Herald that he believes the decision of an individual about whether to receive Communion cannot be overridden.

    Popes St John Paul II and Benedict XVI reaffirmed the Church’s teaching that the divorced and civilly remarried can only receive Communion if they resolve to live “in complete continence”.

    By contrast, Cardinal Cupich has previously said that the divorced and remarried, or those in sexually active same-sex relationships, should receive Communion if their conscience led them to that conclusion.

    He told the Herald yesterday: “I would say that that discernment has to be by the person, and their conscience has to be respected. The priest’s role is to help that person come to an understanding of what God is calling them to.”

    Asked what would happen if someone discerned that they should take Communion, while the priest discerned that they should not, Cardinal Cupich said: “Well, that’s why the Pope says you have to form their conscience, not replace it.”

    In his lecture, the cardinal also expressed concern that dioceses and bishops’ conferences might not be united in their pastoral guidelines, saying: “While admitting that different cultural realities call for different pastoral conclusions, this is not to suggest that the existence of widely varying teachings among regions (or dioceses) is a positive element in Church life. This is still a dilemma that needs further attention and study lest we end up with opposing magisterial directives even within regions that share a similar culture and realities in family life.”

    After dozens of bishops offered varying interpretations of Amoris Laetitia, Pope Francis gave his approval to a draft document written by the bishops of Buenos Aires, which propose a path of discernment for divorced-and-civilly-remarried Catholics.

    However, interpretations of the document differ. Some say it represents a break with traditional Church doctrine. Others read it as reiterating the teaching of St John Paul II’s Familiaris Consortio that “discernment” can only lead to Confession and Communion if an individual resolves to live in continence.

    Cardinal Cupich said that the Buenos Aires guidelines were “a pathway forward”, and that “It will now be up to all in the Church, particularly the hierarchy, to respond in a spirit of affective and effective collegiality with the Successor of Peter”.

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