Agreeing With FrankenPope

Agreeing With FrankenPope

If we do not oppose evil, we feed it tacitly, says Pope Francis the Heretic*.

Well, I wholeheartedly agree.

It is not enough to just stay silent in front of Francis’ heresies, and go on thinking one has done enough. It is not enough for a priest to simply ignore Francis’ dissemination of confusion without instancably reiterate Catholic teaching. It is not enough for a Bishop to avoid condemning heretical statements from members of the Clergy.

We need to not only ignore this minion of Satan, but to actively oppose him. We need to warn other Catholics of the real and present danger for the Faith he represents. We need to shred this satanical Papacy to pieces in such a way that, with God’s help, the Cardinals will give us a halfway decent Pope when this one croaks, as I hope he does today.

This Papacy is merely the continuation of a rebellion started with Vatican II. It is the deserved punishment for our collective arrogance. The one who wants to stop being punished must behave in such a way that the punishment is seen as not necessary anymore. The punishment will end when we, those who still believe, will mount a reaction such that it deserves us its termination. But we must demand a return to sanity as we, collectively speaking, were the ones happy to see the Church adapt to the world and pander to it.

You see? I agreed with Francis!

Hopefully, for the last time before he dies a painless death.

*AQ Tom: In which category do FrankenPope’s statements fall?

From the Catholic Encyclopedia article on “Theological Censures“:

(1) Hæretica (heretical), erronea (erroneous), hæresi proxima (next to heresy), errori proxima (next to error), temeratia(rash), etc.

A proposition is branded heretical when it goes directly and immediately against a revealed or defined dogma, or dogma de fideerroneous when it contradicts only a certain (certatheological conclusion or truth clearly deduced from two premises, one an article of faith, the other naturally certain. Even though a statement be not obviously a heresy or an error it may yet come near to either. It is styled next, proximate to heresy when its opposition to a revealed and defined dogma is not certain, or chiefly when the truth it contradicts, though commonly accepted as revealed, has yet never been the object of a definition (proxima fidei). The censure next, or proximate to error, whose meaning may be determined by analogy to the foregoing, is of less frequent use than that of rashness or temerity, which means opposition to sound common opinion (communis), and this either for paltry reasons or no reasons at all. A still finer shade of meaning attaches to such censures as sapiens hæresim, errorem (smacking of heresy or error), suspecta de hæresi, errore (suspected of heresy or error). Propositions thus noted may be correct in themselves, but owing to various circumstances of time, place, and persons, are prudently taken to present a signification which is either heretical or erroneous. To this group also belong some special stigmata with reference to determined topics, e.g. the preambles of faith (infidelis, aversiva a fide), ethicalprinciples (improbabilis, non tuta), history (antiquata, nova) and Holy Scripture (verbo Dei contraria), etc.

(2) Ambigua (ambiguous), captiosa (captious), male sonans (evil-sounding), piarum aurium offensiva (offensive to pious ears), etc.

A proposition is ambiguous when it is worded so as to present two or more senses, one of which is objectionable; captious when acceptable words are made to express objectionable thoughts; evil-sounding when improper words are used to express otherwise acceptable truths; offensive when verbal expression is such as rightly to shock the Catholic sense and delicacy of faith.

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