by Br. Alexis Bugnolo
I think Bergoglio just cried, “Uncle!” — This expression in American English means that he surrendered to his opposition.
I say this because of the announcement yesterday, that Cardinal Giovanni Battista Re was nominated by him as Dean of the College of Cardinals, and Cardinal Leonardo Sandri, the vice-Dean.
As you may know, if you read my recent article just a few days before the announcement: The House of Cardinal Re, that Cardinal Re is the head of a large and powerful faction in the Church, on account of his having co-consecrated more than 160 Bishops, including Cardinal Sandri and Cardinal Burke.
To name Cardinal Re and Cardinal Sandri to 2 of the 3 positions of actual power in the College of Cardinals is a stunning development.
Stunning, because neither is a member of the House of Rampolla del Tindaro, and thus neither shares an episcopal lineage with Bergoglio.
Stunning, because by giving that one faction 2 of the 3 votes necessary to call a Conclave or to decide NOT to call a Conclave, he has conceded the complaints from all the other factions in the Sacred Hierarchy and in the College of Cardinals that he not put these important offices in the hands of his own creatures.
Cardinal Re was made a Cardinal by Pope John Paul II.
Cardinal Sandri was made a Cardinal by Pope Benedict XVI.
What does this mean?
I think, first of all, it means that the complaints and protests which the faithful want to hear from the Bishops and Cardinals in public, have been made in private in an overwhelming matter. The College of Cardinals is first of all an ecclesiastical club of the highest order. They run the Church more than anyone thinks, and their power comes from this, that no one becomes pope without their placet and election.
Second, I believe it means that there is now widespread and universal opposition to Bergoglio in the College of Cardinals and in the College of Bishops, which is not spoke of in public, but which is at fever pitch in private.
Finally, I think it means that Bergoglio has caved to these complaints. By putting the next Conclave, or lack thereof, in the hands of another faction, he has admitted that the House of John Paul II and the House of Benedict XVI have definitively rejected his attempts at making the Church into another religion.
But perhaps I am being too hopeful. So keep praying!
In the meantime, insist with your local pastors TO REJECT EVERYTHING OF THE PONTIFICATE OF BERGOGLIO and point to this act of surrender as the sign to begin the rebellion to his faux pontificate of apostasy!
And write to Cardinal Re and URGE him not to convoke a conclave if Pope Benedict XVI is still alive and Bergoglio is gone, or to convoke one, if Benedict passes away, while Bergoglio remains. You can write the Cardinal at this address:
Sua Eccellenza Cardinale Giovanni Battista Re
Collegio dei Cardinali
Palazzo Apostolico Vaticano
00120 Citta del Vaticano
CREDITS: The featured image was taken for FromRome.Info this morning on the Via Conciliazione, here at Rome, by the author.
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7 thoughts on “Did Bergoglio just cry, “Uncle!” ?”
If not surely good news, at least the hope of good news.
Have they now the power to do something about PBXVI resignation & isolation?
Yes, the Dean can call the Cardinals together asking them to put into effect canons 40 and 41, on account of the neglect of the previous Dean to Act properly on Feb. 11, 2013. In this he cannot be stopped even by Bergoglio, because the question touches upon the very legitimacy of calling the previous conclave, which is a question over which the Cardinals have jurisdiction in accord with Universi Dominic Gregis n. 5.
It looks like those faithful to Benedict is way more than 1%. It is only 1 in 100 who are vocal but we have a lot more who resist Bergolio silently in their own way and the more radical Bergolio becomes the greater the resistance will become. So we have reason to believe and be hopeful that when the final decision has to be made that the majority will side with Benedict or his valid successor.
Dear Br. Bugnolo,
Does this really matter? Jorge Bergoglio has no jurisdiction to appoint cardinals or change the Roman Curia.
Tony, here one must distinguish between canonical truth, as you say, and political truth which exists even in tyrannies. So yes, it does matter, because it is a step away from madness.
Bergoglio did not cry uncle. These globalists know exactly what they are doing.
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