Queries and doubts occasioned by Francis’ words…

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  1. “we are now standing in the face of the greatest confrontation humanity has ever experienced….we are facing the final confrontation between the church and the antichurch, between the Gospel and the antiGospel, between Christ and the Antichrist , this confrontation lies within the plans of divine providence – it is in God’s plan but it is a trial which the church must face courageously” John Paul II, 1976, Eucharistic Congress, USA.

  2. Be ready for the great schism after the 2015 Synod. The Church approved Akita prophecy will occur – cardinal against cardinal, bishop against bishop.

  3. Pope francis recently referred to the Hammer and Sickle crucifix given to him by Evo Morales as “protest-art.” Could you elaborate on what the Fathers and Pope’s taught about either: (1) sacrilege and a proper response to symbolic offenses to Our Lord and (2) the relation between communism and Catholic doctrine. Grace and Peace, SW

  4. Hello, can you add your comment to this statement by pope Francis, that Jesus was a sinner? “When we go to confession, for example, it isn’t that we say our sin and God forgives us. No, not that! We look for Jesus Christ and say: ‘This is your sin, and I will sin again’. And Jesus likes that, because it was his mission: to become the sinner for us, to liberate us. ”
    You are doing great work with your website, you need to continue. Regards O.G.K.

  5. Cf. Misericordiae Vultus [http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/en/apost_letters/documents/papa-francesco_bolla_20150411_misericordiae-vultus.html]
    20. […] Paul’s understanding of justice changes radically. He now places faith first, not justice. Salvation comes not through the observance of the law, but through faith in Jesus Christ, who in his death and resurrection brings salvation together with a mercy that justifies. God’s justice now becomes the liberating force for those oppressed by slavery to sin and its consequences. God’s justice is his mercy (cf. Ps 51:11-16).

    “God’s justice is his mercy” does not make any sense whatsoever, from my understanding of the classical definitions of what Justice is and what Mercy is [e.g. http://www.newadvent.org/summa/1021.htm%5D

    “Denzinger-Bergoglio”: thank you and may God bless his work at your hands!

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