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Another highly significant aspect of Pope Francis’ remarks to Religious is his use of the first person pronoun. To say that Religious not only are, but should be, sinners like everybody else is one thing. To demand that their witness be given in obedience to Jorge Bergoglio rather than to Christ is quite another. Read again what he says: “I want this witness of you.” What about Jesus Christ? Is he saying that those who profess the evangelical counsels are accountable to him rathervthan to Our Lord? I ask Denzinger Bergoglio to trace this disturbing aspect of the Holy Father’s thinking as well.
Very well pointed out. Francis seems to think that the Church is his and not of Jesus Christ. That’s what is most disturbing. Great point Justina – just wonder whether the poor fathers at this site have the hands or the time to go after each of this ‘pontiffs’ words.
thank you for your good job of transletting the Spanish site into this English one. As a French Catholic we don’t have many things revealed in our free masonic press.
I wish I had time to translate yours…
Today I’ve heard that Francis and Protestants have written prayers together…..
Have you heard about this?
God bless you xx