God help us...
#11
At least he hasn't said "God bless you all! God bless Jordan! May Saint John Baptist protect Islam and all the people of Jordan" yet.

http://www.vatican.va/holy_father/john_p...ar_en.html

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#12
I feel like some people would not be happy with any conclave result.
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#13
We have our answer from God, we are to endure further before being saved from this blight. I don't know how you older trads kept going through the elections of these popes, a grace grace from God I say . Your patience and endurance is a model to us younger trads who have a hard time not seeing justice immediately.

Have mercy on us, O Lord; have mercy on us.
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#14
I am very happy.  This modernist, syncretist and socialist is going to do something to force God's hand. The darkest hour is before the dawn.

If he was runner up in 2005 he is clearly the modernist cardinals' choice.
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#15
This sounds very depressing from what i've read
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#16
Sounds like this guy is a friend of Masons.
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#17
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#18
(03-13-2013, 05:50 PM)ggreg Wrote: I am very happy.  This modernist, syncretist and socialist is going to do something to force God's hand. The darkest hour is before the dawn.

If he was runner up in 2005 he is clearly the modernist cardinals' choice.

Absolutely.

If we couldn't have had a trad pope, the next best thing was an out and out modernist, who would leave no question to traditional Catholics as to where they stand.
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not forgot upon the face of the earth, then am I a
shotten herring. There live not three good men
unhanged in England; and one of them is fat and
grows old: God help the while! a bad world, I say.
I would I were a weaver; I could sing psalms or any
thing. A plague of all cowards, I say still.
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#19
(03-13-2013, 05:26 PM)rbjmartin Wrote: And this from Rorate Caeli, written by someone very familiar with the church in Argentina:
Quote:The Horror!

Of all the unthinkable candidates, Jorge Mario Bergoglio is perhaps the worst. Not because he openly professes doctrines against the faith and morals, but because, judging from his work as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, faith and moral seem to have been irrelevant to him.

A sworn enemy of the Traditional Mass, he has only allowed imitations of it in the hands of declared enemies of the ancient liturgy. He has persecuted every single priest who made an effort to wear a cassock, preach with firmness, or that was simply interested in Summorum Pontificum.

Famous for his inconsistency (at times, for the unintelligibility of his addresses and homilies), accustomed to the use of coarse, demagogical, and ambiguous expressions, it cannot be said that his magisterium is heterodox, but rather non-existent for how confusing it is.

His entourage in the Buenos Aires Curia, with the exception of a few clerics, has not been characterized by the virtue of their actions. Several are under grave suspicion of moral misbehavior.

He has not missed any occasion for holding acts in which he lent his Cathedral to Protestants, Muslims, Jews, and even to partisan groups in the name of an impossible and unnecessary interreligious dialogue. He is famous for his meetings with protestants in the Luna Park arena where, together with preacher of the Pontifical House, Raniero Cantalamessa, he was "blessed" by Protestant ministers, in a common act of worship in which he, in practice, accepted the validity of the "powers" of the TV-pastors.

This election is incomprehensible: he is not a polyglot, he has no Curial experience, he does not shine for his sanctity, he is loose in doctrine and liturgy, he has not fought against abortion or homosexual "marriage" [approved with practically no opposition from the episcopate], he has no manners to honor the Pontifical Throne. He has never fought for anything else than to remain in positions of power.

It really cannot be what Benedict wanted for the Church. And he does not seem to have any of the conditions required to continue his work.

May God help His Church. One can never dismiss, as humanly hard as it may seem, the possibility of a conversion... and, nonetheless, the future terrifies us.

http://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2013/03...alist.html

:(( Thanks
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#20
(03-13-2013, 05:54 PM)dark lancer Wrote: General Rules

[b]When speaking about the current Holy Father or any previous Pope, he will be spoken of respectfully...

Oh yeah.

Oh!  Golly gee!  Yaaay!  We have a Pope!  Yaaay!  We have a Papa!  Yaaaay!

Go everyone!  Hope and change!  Peace!  Yaaaaaaay to the world, I love everyone!
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