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#21
I had a dream last night that I was disappointed in the election. I was relieved to wake up and find that it was all just a dream. Unfortunately, I find that I'm still pinching myself.
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#22
(03-13-2013, 05:54 PM)Mithrandylan Wrote:
(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.

They are questioning now, but give this guy 9 months and Assisi IV will be on the slate.  When Voris criticises him you will know the job has been done.
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#23
Bishop Williamson must be grinning from ear to ear thinking I told them so
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#24
(03-13-2013, 06:04 PM)salus Wrote: Bishop Williamson must be grinning from ear to ear thinking I told them so

He was in Argentina so he must know this man's form, I would think.
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#25
He said he was going to speak about Our Lady, lets wait and hear what he has to say before we (you) start jumping to conclusions.
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#26
Well, for those who are complaining a lot (and for those who aren't), there isn't a whole lot of good that's going to come from all the hoopla that's been raised.    Perhaps a visit HERE might do more good.  You're welcome.
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#27
I have to admit that the report from Rorate Caeli has me a little shaken up.
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#28
Here's an hour long discussion between Bergoglio and  Rabbi Abraham Skorka.

My Spanish is pretty bad. Anyone wanna give the gist of what is being discussed in this video.

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#29
Apparently they're discussing the positive and negative aspects of fear and the fear of the Lord as the first step towards wisdom.
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#30
The new pope saying mass in Argentina as a cardinal.

Watch it and weep.

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