Archbishop Aguer Challenges FrankenPope’s Martyr Who Wasn’t Killed in Odium Fideli

Text: Giuseppe Nardi – Trans: Tancred – Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Archbishop Aguer Challenges FrankenPope’s Martyr Who Wasn’t Killed in Odium Fideli

Edit: Communion without being in Communion, consecrated  virgins who aren’t virgins, Popes who don’t believe in God, what next? Martyrs who didn’t die in odium fidei?

“The beatification of ‘Montonero’ Bishop Enrique Angelelli splits Argentina. A well-known prelate, Archbishop Hector Aguer, took a stand against the martyrdom of Angelelli in odium fidei, who was the victim of a road accident in 1976, whom the proponents of the beatification saw no evidence of murder. Archbishop Aguer breaks the taboo of political correctness and wonders why it was not rather a cause of beatification for the Catholic Catholic Carlos Alberto Sacheri, who was really a victim of Marxist terrorism, and was murdered in front of his children since he was the one who exposed and criticized communist infiltrations in the Catholic Church.”

Vaticanist Marco Tosatti on Nuova Bussola Quotidiana on the beatification of Bishop Enrique Angelelli, which was made possible by Pope Francis, who recognized his death as a martyrdom of hatred against the faith on 8 June, although it is not even clear that he was killed.
The question is in the air: Will Bishop Angelelli be beatified because he maintained good contacts with Marxist circles? And is not the Thomist, Carlos Alberto Sacheri, to be beatified because he was murdered by Marxist terrorists?
Archbishop Hector Aguer was for many years the antagonist of Jorge Mario Bergoglio in the Argentine Episcopate. Pope Francis left his critic a day longer in office than canonically provided. He retired from the Archdioceseon the day of his 75th birthday.
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