What happened to the public apology that Jorge Mario Bergoglio was supposed to make yesterday, Saturday, July 26, 2014, the Feast of Saint Anne, the Mother of the Blessed Virgin Mary, when he visited Caserta, Italy?
If you will recall, American evangelical Protestant "minister" Brian Stiller wrote a report about a luncheon meeting that he and other evangelicals, including Kenneth Copleand and the late"Bishop" Tony Palmer, who was the subject of a good deal of Accepting Apostasy in Increments, part two, had with Jorge on Tuesday, June 24, 2014, the Feast of the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist. Stiller wrote about Jorge's expressed intention to visit a Protestant "minister" to apologize for the "obstacles" that the Catholic Church was said to have placed in the way of the "witness" of those who profess abject heresy in the Holy Name of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, thereby committing blasphemy as well
We talked about Christians marginalized, pressed under the weight of government power or the majority presence of other faiths. He listened and then told a remarkable story. In his years in and out of Rome, he became friends with an Italian pastor. In time he came to learn that the church and pastor felt the power and presence of the Catholic Church, with its weighty presence, obstructing their desire to grow and be a witness. So he decided to visit the church and offer an apology for the difficulty brought to their congregation. (Lunch with Jorge.)
Vatican spokesflack and spinmeister, "Father" Federico Lombardi, S.J., transformed what appared to be Jorge's very public apology to be made while preaching in a Protestant church on a Sunday evening in July into a "private" meeting that will take place with his evangelical buddy from Argentina who is now robbing souls in Caserta, Italy:
Pope Francis will pay a brief “private visit” to the Italian church of a Pentecostal pastor he knew from Argentina, a Vatican spokesman has said.
The visit to the Evangelical Church of Reconciliation in Caserta, about 130 miles south of Rome, “is under study and likely would take place July 26″, said Fr Federico Lombardi.
Fr Lombardi said the Pope knew the church’s pastor, Giovanni Traettino, from Buenos Aires, where the Pentecostal pastor participated in ecumenical events with Catholics, especially Catholics belonging to the charismatic renewal movement. The then-Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio, along with Traettino and Capuchin Fr Raniero Cantalamessa, preacher of the papal household, headlined a large ecumenical charismatic gathering in Buenos Aires in 2006.
Pope Francis mentioned his plan to make a Sunday visit to a Pentecostal church in late June when he met a group of evangelical pastors and televangelists at his Vatican residence, the Domus Sanctae Marthae.
Brian Stiller of the World Evangelical Alliance, who was present at the meeting, wrote about the encounter on his Facebook page and on a blog.
“We talked about Christians marginalised, pressed under the weight of government power or the majority presence of other faiths,” Stiller wrote. “He listened and then told a remarkable story. In his years in and out of Rome, he became friends with the pastor of a Pentecostal church in Rome. In time he came to learn that the church and pastor felt the power and presence of the Catholic Church, with its weighty presence, obstructing their desire to grow and be a witness. ‘So,’ he said, ‘this July I will preach in his church on a Sunday and offer an apology from my Church for the hurt it has brought to their congregation.’”
Fr Lombardi said the Pentecostal friend the Pope was referring to was Mr Traettino. The spokesman did not comment on the rest of Mr Stiller’s account, other than to say the expected visit to Caserta would be “extremely simple and quick – just for the morning”.
The meeting with the Pentecostal leaders took place June 24 and also included Kenneth Copeland, James and Betty Robison and Bishop Tony Palmer of the Communion of Evangelical Episcopal Churches. (Jorge to visit Pentecostal church in Italy.)
Although it really does not matter very much, it appears as though there is some "adult supervision" taking place behind the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River. That is, someone within the confines of Conciliardom might have told Jorge that making a public apology in an evangelical Protestant church during a "homily" on a Sunday evening in July to apologize for the Catholic Church's alleged "persecution" of evangelicals and other Protestants was not such a swell idea, which is probably how Jorge's stated intention to the American evangelicals to do such a thing turned into a "private" vist to his Prtotesant friend and partner in heresy and blasphemy that will take place tomorrow, Monday, July 28, 2014, the Feast of Saints Nazarius, Celsus, Victor and Pope Innocent, as Bergoglio returns to Caserta, Italy, after having just been there yesterday in the Feast of Saint Anne.
Here is the terse Vatican announcement about the private meeting that will take place tomorrow in Caserta, Italy:
The pope will return to Caserta on Monday a strictly private visit with his personal friend, evangelical pastor Giovanni Traettino. (Bergoglio visits Caserta.)
Public or private, however, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, as always, did the damage that he wanted to do. He knows full well that participants of his private meetings and the recipients of his phone calls and letters will served as his very able Mrs. Gibsons, that is, as BLAAAAAAABBBBEERMOUTHS (see A Matter of Record) who will spill all of the details of what he said, leaving Freddy Lombardi and ther rest of the conciliar revolutionares to deal with the "mess" that it is his deliberate intention to make while he chortles to himelf over a bowl of pasta, perhaps even at the Vatican Commissary (Humble Jorge makes surprise visit to Vatican Canteen and queues up for his lunch). Senor Bergoglio is, after all, the most self-satisfied, self-professed man of humility on the face of this earth. (True Barack Hussein Obama/Barry Soetro ranks a close second insofar as being self-satisified. However, this petty little caesar makes not pretense of being humble.)
Jorge Mario Bergoglio not only accepts the Protestant Revolution as accomplished fact, he believes that it was a necessity caused by the failure of the Catholic Church to "reform" herself in accord the "insights" provided by Martin Luther and John Calvin and John Wesley and Ulrich Zwigli, et al. He believes that some accommodation to King Henry VIII of England could have been made by Pope Clement VII and his successor, Paul III, to "find a way" for him to marry his mistress, Anne Boleyn. The Catholics of England and Ireland who remained faithful to the Catholic Church were certainl well-intention, Bergoglio believes, but there was no necessity for them to resist to the point of shedding blood as the Anglian "church" is just a much a way of pleasing God and gaining Heaven as any other Christian denomination.
No, Jorge Mario Bergoglio has not said any of this in the exact terms that I had described so categorically just above. However, the false "pontiff" has shown us by his words and actions that he believes every single bit of what I just wrote. I am among many of you who are old enough to have heard such things from Jesuit and other conciliar revolutionaries in the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s.
One of the Jesuit “theologians” whose writings certainly influenced Jorge Mario Bergoglio was the late Father Walter Burghardt, S.J., who wrote that Protestant sects would not have existed and multiplied if it had been in violation of God’s will for this to occur. Never mind the fact that God has given man a free will to accept or to reject Him and the Sacred Deposit of Faith that He has revealed and entrusted exclusively to His Catholic Church for Its eternal safekeeping and infallible explication. No, the likes of Walter Burghardt and those he influenced, such as Bergoglio, believe that the very existence of Protestant sects proves that they have the favor of God.
This very heresy has been preached in front Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II and Joseph Benedict XVI by the Capuchin friar who helped to “bless” “Cardinal” Bergoglio in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 2006 with the “assistance of various charismatic Protestant “ministers,” Father Raniero Cantalamessa, O.FM., Cap.:
Yet, at the Vatican’s Good Friday Liturgy, 2002, the Preacher to the Papal Household, Capuchin Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa, said the other religions “are not merely tolerated by God …. but positively willed by Him as an expression of the inexhaustible richness of His grace and His will for everyone to be saved.” (4)
4. All quotes from Fr. Cantalamessa’s sermon are from the April 2, 2002 Catholic News Service report. (As found in John Vennari, From Pentecostalism to Apostasy by John Vennari)
“It is more important that men and women become holy,” Cantalamessa said, standing in the center of a magnificent basilica erected to celebrate the earthly might of Catholicism and the papacy, “than that they know the name of the one Savior.” (National Catholic Reporter, reporting on the same 2002 Good Friday “homily”)
Jorge Mario Bergoglio has told us that he does not concern himself with doctrinal matters. He has said, both publicly and "privately," that "knowing Jesus" is theonly thing that matters, except in the case of Jews and Mohammedans and atheists, who do not necessarily have to "know Jesus" in order to be saved. Just "do good" and "we will meet you there," he has said on more than one occasion.
This is what Bergoglio said to an Anglican friend of his following the release of Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI's Anglicanorum Coetibus, November 9, 2009, wh ih established an ordinariate for Anglicans seeking to switch decks on the One World Ecumenical Church to what presents itself to them as the Catholic Church:
The new Pope has reportedly said the Church universal needs Anglicans and that the Ordinariate is "quite unnecessary".
In a note released after the election of the first ever pontiff from Latin America, the Anglican Bishop of Argentina and former Primate of the Anglican Church of the Southern Cone, the Rt Revd Greg Venables said Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio was "an inspired choice".
"Many are asking me what is really like. He is much more of a Christian, Christ centered and Spirit filled, than a mere churchman. He believes the Bible as it is written.
"I have been with him on many occasions and he always makes me sit next to him and invariably makes me take part and often do what he as Cardinal should have done. He is consistently humble and wise, outstandingly gifted yet a common man. He is no fool and speaks out very quietly yet clearly when necessary."
Bp Venables added that in a conversation with Cardinal Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, the latter made it clear that he values the place of Anglicans in the Church universal.
"He called me to have breakfast with him one morning and told me very clearly that the Ordinariate was quite unnecessary and that the Church needs us as Anglicans.
The former Primate of the Anglican Communion's Iglesia Anglicana del Cono Sur de America added, "I consider this to be an inspired appointment not because he is a close and personal friend, but because of who he is In Christ. Pray for him." (Anglican Communion News Service: "The Church universal needs Anglicans"-- Francis the Head Citizen of the One World Ecumenical Church.)
The Catholic Church needs Anglicans to remain as Anglicans?
Jorge Mario Bergoglio really believes that the Catholic Church has persecuted Protestants from exercising their "religious freedom," a heresy that flowed over time as a direct result of the Protestant Revolution that was inspired by the devil from its inception to take souls out of the Catholic Church and to sow the seeds for moral and social chaos to prepare the world for the coming of Antichrist. As what he thinks is the Catholic Church was too slow to accept the “truth” of religious liberty, it is necessary for him to give an apology to his friend Giovanni Trettino, who is the evangelical counterpart of his pals Justin Welby, Abraham Skorka, Bartholomew I and Omar Abboud, "privately" even though he has stated his beliefs both publicly and privately many times in the past.
This is nothing other than an insidious attempt to put a "papal" imprimatur on continued acts of apostasy while giving any stuffy "minders" of his in the Vatican who are concerned about what passes for orthodox conciliarism an out to say to "conservatives" in the conciliar structures that none of this matters, that it's all "unofficial." Not in the eyes of the true God of Divine Revelation, and it should not be in the eyes of any Cathlolic as Jorge Mario Bergoglio defames the martyrs who died at the hands of the Protestants, including the English and Irish Martyrs, Saint Fidelis Sigmaringen and the Martyrs of Gorkum, and the work of efforts of Saint Francis de Sales and countless of others to convert Calvinists back to the true Church. Morever, Jorge's comcept of universal salvation is such that the entire missionary work of Holy Mother Church from the time of Pentecost Sunday is rendered as a complete waste of time and effort and of the martyrs' blood.
Despite all that the conciliar "popes" have done to demonstrate that theirs is a religion of the very Protestant and Judeo-Masonic spirit that was let loose in the world as a result of Martin Luther's revolution against the Divine Plant that God instituted to effecdt man's return to Him through His Catholic Church, including Jorge Mario Bergoglio's stated lack of interest in seeking the conversion of anyone to the true Church, including Protestants and Jews and Mohammedans and even atheists, some Protestants are of as yet unconvinced that the counterfeit church of conciliarism is to be trusted when it comes to its "progress" along the path of false ecumenism.
To wit, Jorge Mario Bergoglio's favorite conciliar theologian, Walter "Cardinal" Kasper, inadvently started a war with the "Evangelical Lutheran Church" over the latter's failure to mention what the lords of conciliarism consider one of the "crown jewels" of their ecumaniacal activity, the Joint Declaration on Justification, which was issued in 1999 by the "Pontifical" Council on Promoting Christian Unity and the Lutheran World Federation, in a statement issued by the Lutherans to commence planning for what was planned to be--and may yet turned out to be--a joint celebration of the five hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther's revolution against the true Church of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ:
A bitter clash between the Catholic Church and the Lutherans in Germany is threatening the planned joint celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation in 2017.
The row revolves around the failure of the German Protestant Church (EKD) to mention the historic 1999 Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification, in its “position paper” on the theological foundation of the Reformation, which was published in May. The 1999 declaration is seen as a milestone in Catholic-Lutheran relations, and the omission has seriously endangered ecumenical dialogue.
The omission was criticised by the former president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, Cardinal Walter Kasper, last month (see The Church in the World, 21 June).
Since then, feelings have been running high and on 10 July Bishop Heinz Josef Algermissen, deputy chairman of the German bishops’ conference’s ecumenical commission, publicly stated that he was “incensed and disappointed” by the position paper. Referring to the 2017 Reformation commemoration he added, “I really cannot actually see a reason for celebrating anything together any longer.”
For him the position paper was a “disinvitation” to the Catholic Church to the commemoration in favour of an invitation to “the whole of society and to the secularist state” to celebrate “the link between the Reformation and the modern history of freedom”.
After having given the Catholic Church “one slap in the face after the other recently, the cat has now been let out of the bag”, Bishop Algermissen said and added that after all the consensus documents of recent years, the position paper was “destructive”.
Bishop Gerhard Feige of Magdeburg, responsible for ecumenical affairs in the bishops’ conference, regretted that the Protestants had missed a great chance. “Mentioning the Joint Declaration, which was a major breakthrough, would have been a good contribution to the Reformation commemoration by underlining that what divided us, no longer divides us,” he said. (Plans for Joint Hootenanny Unravel.)
Rest easy, however. The big part for 2017 will go forward as planned even though the conciliar revolutionaries started a tiff over the "slight" over what they consider one of their crowning achievements in the realm of ecumaniacal activity, the so-called Joint Declaration on Justification that concedes the essential correctness of Luther's false theology while disparaging the work of the Fathers of the Council of Trent, who did, after all, meeting under the infallible guidance and protection of the Third Person of the Most Blessed Trinity, God the Holy Ghost. Lutheran officals are trying to assuage their conciliar partners in crimes against the Sacred Deposit of Faith and the Divine Constitution of Holy Mother Church. Also, of course, Jorge Mario Bergoglio, who has little interest in such "arcane" matters as the finer details of theology, no less of dogmatically defined truths, is not going to let a little thing like a failure to give a more direct and laudatory reference to the Joint Declaration on Justification stand in the way of a party. The Argentine Apostate just loves any chance to chow down at all hours of the day and night.
The Lutherans are trying to calm the waters some by claiming that their text was misunderstood, proving that heresy just leads to all manner of chaos within heretical secs and among them. Here is a report on how this pretty petty dispute about giving due "respect" to a work of apostasy, which was brokered by Joseph "Cardinal" Ratzinger, if you recall, came to something of an end:
A fierce row between Catholics and Protestants in Germany is the result of a misunderstanding, a German theologian has claimed.
Lutheran leaders had invited the Catholic Church to join them in commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, when Martin Luther published his 95 theses.
Luther was opposed to the sale of indulgences, to the Bible not being in the vernacular and to the Church’s doctrinal position on justification through faith – all issues which have seen significant changes over the years.
In 1999 the Catholic and Lutheran Churches issued a joint declaration on the doctrine of justification which set out “a common understanding of our justification by God’s grace through faith in Christ”. The declaration was widely seen as important in establishing common doctrinal ground between the Churches.
But when the German Evangelical church (EKD) issued a position paper “Justification and Liberty” in May it did not explicitly mention of the declaration.
Cardinal Walter Kasper, former president of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity, said: “I could hardly believe it. That really hurt me”.
He said the EKD should “not forget what we have already formulated together”.
Now the row has escalated. According to the Tablet, Bishop Heinz Josef Algermissen, deputy chairman of the German bishops’ conference’s ecumenical commission, said earlier this month that he was “incensed and disappointed” by the position paper.
“I really cannot actually see a reason for celebrating anything together any longer,” he said, calling the position paper “destructive”. Bishop Algermissen was quoted as saying that the Catholic Church had been given “one slap in the face after the other recently”, and that “the cat has now been let out of the bag”.
Professor Volker Leppin, a member of the group which drafted the EKD paper, told The Catholic Herald that “the EKD takes the protest of Cardinal Kasper very seriously” and that “we are willing to celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation with our Catholic sisters and brethren”. He said the position paper “expresses exactly this. It ends with the vision of a jubilee celebrated together with Catholics. And it starts with the statement that Protestants are able to find formulations of the doctrine of justification together with the Roman Catholic Church – an evident allusion to the joint declaration on justification of 1999.”
He continued: “The criticisms of Cardinal Kasper and Bishop Algermissen, regrettable as they are, are consequences of a misunderstanding of the text, and the EKD will do all the best to clarify these irritations. The clear will of the EKD is to celebrate the reformation jubilee in a peaceful, ecumenical context.”
On Monday the Bavarian EKD Bishop Heinrich Bedford-Strohm said he was “saddened by the sharpness of the discussion.
“You rub your eyes and ask yourself: what is happening?” he wrote, adding that he hoped “the waves flatten again in this case” and that the 2017 event is celebrated ecumenically as a “great Christ festival … as Luther would have wished, in my opinion”. (Protestants try to calm row ahead of Luther celebration.)
Before proceeding any further, it must be noted that to refer to celebration of the revolution started by the lecherous drunkard named Martin Luther, who debased the Holy Priesthood of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, as a "great Christ festival" is completely blasphemous. Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ instituted one Church, the Catholic Church, upon the Rock of Peter, the Pope, and every other religion is from the devil without exception as it denies, either in whole or in part, articles contained in the Sacred Deposit of Faith and lacks the means to sanctify and to save souls.
Secondly, Martin Luther was not a particularly tolerant man. He would have abhorred contemporary ecumenism just as much as he abhorred Saint Thomas Aquinas and the Jews. He would not have wanted to celebrate anything with the Catholic Church, no less his own revolution against it.
Thirdly, the specific points of Luther's rebellion never centered on abuses such as the sale of inulgences. He only used such abuses as a pretext to justify his heresies, which have been outlined on this site a number of times, including Francis The Hun last year. Luther created a theology to justify himself in his life and sin and neglect of prayer. He was very successful in this regard. Jorge Mario Bergolio has been influenced a great deal by Lutheranism as he believes that wanton sinners, including those steeped in perversity, are deserving of a false comparssion that reaffirms them in their sins and eschews the exercise of the Spiritual Works of Mercy, especially admonishing the sinner, as Pharsaical and judgmental.
Fourthly, it is truly laughable to see the Lutherans try to issue "clarifications" to one of their texts as this has become a "tradition," if you will, in the counterfeit church of conciliarism, a false sect whose very founding documents, issued by the "Second" Vatican Council between November 1, 1963 (Sacroscantum Concilium) and December 7, 1965 (Gaudium et Spes and Dignitatis Humanae), are still trying to be "understood" after fifty years and where statements made by "popes" and "bishops" and "pontifical councils" and other bodies are being "clarified" almost constantly.
Fifthly, it is also laughable that the prickly octogenarian Kasper took offense to the German Lutherans' statement on "Justification and Liberty" as he agrees with its essential tenet, namely, that the Protestant Revolution made possible the modern, perverse concept of "liberty" in the world that helped to give birth to the secular, religiously indifferentist, anti-Incarnational civil state of Modernity.
Father Denis Fahey, writing in the Mystical Body of Christ, explained that it was the specific goal of Martin Luther to separate the civil state from the Catholic Church as a means of ushering in "liberty" for the ruler in the realm of civil affairs, a "liberty" that many princes in the German states embraced wholeheartedly in order to rule in an amoral, Machiavellian manner without any "interference" from a pope or his bishops on pursuing the common temporal good in light of man's Last End, the possession of the glory of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Ghost for all eternity in Heaven:
"Assuredly," said Luther, "a prince can be a Christian, but it is not as a Christian that he ought to govern. As a ruler, he is not called a Christian, but a prince. The man is Christian, but his function does not concern his religion." (as quoted in Father Denis Fahey in The Mystical City of Christ in the Modern World.)
The hideous lecher, drunk and theological revolutionary, Father Martin Luther, O.S.A., rejected these truths because he could not live in accord with the binding precepts of the Divine Positive Law an the Natural Law, preferring, as noted just above, to live a life of wanton sin and debauchery rather than to cooperate ith the graces won for us on the wood of the Holy Cross by Our King, Christ the King, on Good Friday and that flow into the hearts of souls of human beings through the loving hands of Our Lady, Mary our Immaculate Queen, she who is the Mediatrix of All Graces. Martin Luther projected his own abject refusal to reform his life onto the entirety of the Catholic Faith, refusing to accept the fact that he was solely responsible for his wanton life of sin and debauchery and for refusing to undertake the hard work to root out his sins in the Sacred Tribunal of Penance to scale the heights of personal sanctity.
To reaffirm himself in his life of sin, therefore, Martin Luther, the revolutionary tool of the devil, had to invent an entire theology designed to make it appear as though it was not necessary for man to humble himself before the true God of Divine Revelation by reforming one's life in cooperation with Sanctifying Grace in the Sacred Tribunal of Penance, by undertaking penances to make reparation for one's sins, by being willing at all times and in all places to subordinate one's mind and will to that of the Divine Redeemer, Christ the King, in all that pertains to the good of his immortal soul.
Martin Luther thus dispensed with the truth that Christ the King established a visible, hierarchical community that is the Catholic Church.
Martin Luther thus dispensed with Sacred (or Apostolic) Tradition as one of the two sources of Divine Revelation.
Martin Luther thus helped to deify man by making him the sole interpreter of Sacred Scripture, meaning that men could come to mutually contradictory conclusions concerning the meaning of what was contained in Holy Writ, thus making a mockery of the work of God the Holy Ghost, Who inspired the writing of Sacred Scripture and Who has always guided the Catholic Church with the charism of infallibility as she has pronounced what books are indeed inspired (and thus part of the Bible) and the meaning of various passages.
It was a short period of time between the beginning of Luther's revolution against Christ the King on October 31, 1517, that his concept of "evangelical liberty" was embraced by the naturalists of what can be called Judeo-Masonry (see To Blot Out the Holy Name Forever, part one and To Blot Out the Holy Name Forever, part two) to serve as the foundation of the anti-Incarnational, religiously indifferentist, naturalist civil state of Modernity that is concerned first and foremost with materialial wealth and little else.
The heresy of "evangelical liberty" led to the heresy of "religious liberty" that took root first in the United States of America. Embraced by Catholics as a means to practice their Faith in a predominantly Protestant nation after Catholics in England and Ireland and elsewhere in Europe had suffered from over two hundred fifty years of persecution, the diabolical trap of "religious liberty" lulled Catholics to sleep, anesthetizing them to the dangers of religious inidfferentism to the point that they began over the course of time to embrace religious indifferentism, even if in a inchoate manner, and to be so converted by the prevailing ethos of "egalitarianism" and "majoritarianism" as to reject any "interference" from men posing as Catholic officials to oppose various moral evils. After all, weren't they "free" to choose as they desired?
Why not view the true Church on earth as just another human institution with "rules" that can change just as easily as a civil legislature or a court can change various laws?
Why not let there be a "free and open" marketplace" of ideas among religions?
Why not come to believe that one religion (or no religious belief at all) is just as good as another?
Apostasy has been accepted incrementally for five centuries now as it became institutionalized as the very foundation of civil governance and contemprary culture. It is only because the wellsprings that flowed from a superabudnance of Sanctifing and Actual Grace have dried up as a result of the conciliar liturgical revolution that Catholics have permitted themselves to develop a A New Sense for a New Faith that is founded on a reconciliation between the counterfeit church of conciilarism and the very anti-Incarnational principles of Modernity that were the direct, inevitable result of Martin Luther's revolution against Christ the King and His Catholic Church.
And this, you see, is why Jorge Mario Bergoglio is going to see his friend Giovanni Trettino, most of whose ancestors dating back to the First Millennium were Catholics, for a private visit (how long will the details of that visit remain private--I give it "three minutes, Alice, three minutes") in Caserta, Italy, as he Beroglgio is a true son of the Protestantism and Judeo-Masonry that gave birth to the civil state of Modernity, whose premises helped to spawn Modernism's quest for some means to "reconcile" the Catholic Church with the very principles of the Revolution.
Pope Leo XIII put it well in Custodi Qui Della Fede, December 8, 1892:
Everyone should avoid familiarity or friendship with anyone suspected of belonging to masonry or to affiliated groups. Know them by their fruits and avoid them. Every familiarity should be avoided, not only with those impious libertines who openly promote the character of the sect, but also with those who hide under the mask of universal tolerance, respect for all religions, and the craving to reconcile the maxims of the Gospel with those of the revolution. These men seek to reconcile Christ and Belial, the Church of God and the state without God. (Pope Leo XIII, Custodi Di Quella Fede, December 8, 1892.)
Most Catholics who learn of tomorrow's "private" visit to apologize to Giovanni Trettino for the Catholic Church's opposition to the spread of error and heresy and blasphemy, including her unalterable opposition to "religious liberty," will be as approving then as they were on Pentecost Sunday when Jorge held his "day of prayer" for peace in the Middle East (we can see how that one worked out, can't we?). "He's just trying to bring people together. He's the best pope ever." Such sappy sentimentality is itself proof of how apostasy has been accepted in increments given the influence of Modernity in the world and Modernism in this time of apostasy and betrayal.
Part four will explain that the "liberty" given to Protestants was exploited by Talmudists, who coopted Protestants into being a means of Judaizing the world and serving as their partners to "reform" what they saw to the Catholic Church at the "Second" Vatican Council and in the five decades thereafter.
Do not despair!
The final victory belongs to the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary. Our Lady herself has promised us this at Fatima. Why do we doubt her? Why do we waste so much time in worry and anxiety when we should be praying our Rosaries to console God, to make reparation for our own sins and those of the whole world and to pray for the conversion of sinners, starting with ourselves?
Viva Cristo Rey! Vivat Christus Rex!
Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.
Saint Joseph, pray for us.
Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.
Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.
Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.
Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.
Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.
Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.
Saints Caspar, Melchior and Balthasar, pray for us.
Saint Pantaleon, pray for us.