15 thoughts on “What if Bergoglio was never the Pope?”

  1. Q.: “What if Bergoglio were never the Pope?”
    A.: –A profound relief; and awakening, as it were, from a nightmare of diabolical chaos.

  2. THE VICAR OF CHRIST IS NOT A HIRELING
    BERGOGLIO IS A HIRED HAND
    Jesus the Good Shepherd
    …11 I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down His life for the sheep. 12 The hired hand is not the shepherd, and the sheep are not his own. When he sees the wolf coming, he abandons the sheep and runs away. Then the wolf pounces on them and scatters the flock. 13 The man runs away because he is a hired servant and is unconcerned for the sheep.…
    Ellicott’s Commentary for English Readers
    (12) But he that is an hireling.–The Greek word occurs again in the New Testament only in the next verse and in Mark 1:20. It implies a lower position than the household servant, and is more nearly what we should call the tramp-labourer. The thought follows from that of the good shepherd who in the time of danger will give his own life for the sheep. The hireling has no interest in the sheep, and cares for them only as far as to secure his own hire. This want of interest is strongly expressed in the double statement, “not the shepherd,” “whose own the sheep are not.” In the interpretation we are not to think of the hierarchy, who have been already, in John 10:8, designated as “thieves and robbers,” breaking into the fold, but of all persons who from any other motive than love for humanity, and by any other way than the door which is Christ, or by any other call than that of the Holy Spirit, take upon themselves the office of shepherds of the flock. The hour of danger will distinguish between the shepherd and the hireling. The one, loving the sheep, will give even his life for them. The other, caring only for the hire, in whatever form it comes, will flee and leave the sheep as a prey to the wolf.

    And the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep.–The words “the sheep” are not found in the majority of the better MSS., and their insertion makes the sentence awkward, because the pronoun “them” has been immediately before used for the same sheep. Adopting the better reading (see Note on next verse), we have, and the wolf catcheth them, and maketh havoc–i.e., seizeth individual sheep, and maketh havoc in the flock. Under the general image we are to understand all the spiritual foes which destroy individual souls and rend the Church of Christ. The wolf is the natural enemy of the sheep, and the fit emblem of all evil persons, who are the natural enemies of the sheep of Christ’s fold. He spake of “false prophets” as “ravening wolves” (Matthew 7:15). He sent forth the Twelve “as sheep in the midst of wolves” (Matthew 10:16), and the Seventy, whose mission, we shall see (comp. Note on John 10:22), was connected with the teaching of this chapter, “as lambs among wolves” (Luke 10:3). St. Paul foresaw that in the very city from which St. John wrote this Gospel, “after his departing, grievous wolves would enter in among them, not sparing the flock” (Acts 20:29). These are the only passages in the New Testament where the word occurs, and from them we may gather that while wolves represent all false teachers and foes to truth, “the wolf” represents him who is the source from whence they come. As all shepherds are related to the Good Shepherd, so are all wolves to the wolf whose work they do. . . .

  3. The leaks in the dam are beginning to multiply. Soon the world will be faced with a very uncomfortable truth. Pray for BXVI !!!

  4. Does Dr. Mazza really think Benedict XVI “had erroneous thinking” that just happened to throw a wrench into things, rather than setting a trap?

  5. What if there is a squatter in the White House, USA? Never elected but installed by the OB and Globalists. God help us.

    1. Yeah, what IF…. But if American voters wont do anything about it, they can harp and larp all day long, but they have no credibility.

    1. Love it, that after only one person ever did a textual study of the Code of Canon Law to show what munus means and does not mean, that no one quotes that study, published here at From Rome 2.5 years ago.

  6. I’ve seen a number of shows with Dr. Mazda, I think this was his best one yet! Very compelling information. An investigation certainly should be done.

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