Brian Murphy: A Compendium of Evidence that Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a Freemason

Editor’s Note: This is a great list of issues for any discussion. I published a similar list, 2 years and 8 months ago. I think in public opinion, we can hear third hand testimonies of their of high relevance and close to the source, which is why I published other evidence that Bergoglio is a Freemason, here, which is the personal testimony of the top Vatican Intelligence Officer in Argentina — This is the most compelling, in my opinion.

3 thoughts on “Brian Murphy: A Compendium of Evidence that Jorge Mario Bergoglio is a Freemason”

  1. Valuable post.
    I urge everyone to share it where you think it will convince those who are starting to have doubts that Bergoglio is “not Catholic” —though through cognitive dissonance, they still think he is Pope.

  2. People are *supposed* to be open to fraternal correction. What if we have a culture on our hands that equates the virtue of humility with. . .weakness?

    Lord, help us.

  3. Thank you very much for the link to your article. And Ferrara, too!!!??? Wonder what Fr. Gruner is thinking.

    This was the “money shot” for me:

    “My Comments
    Since Cardinal Ratzinger no doubt had knowledge that Bergoglio was a Freemason, as both head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and as Pope, it follows that as pope, if it was demanded of him that he resign the Papacy, so that Bergoglio might succeed him, he would have had the most grave obligation to dissimulate, so that while appearing to renounce, he would deprive Bergoglio of the Petrine Munus, by renouncing something else, as I surmised in my previous article, How Benedict has defeated “Francis”. And especially in my article, Benedict’s End Game is to Save the Church from Freemasonry.”

    “I think, now, you can see why no supporter of Bergoglio cares the lest thing for Canon Law. Cardinals included. How many others in the Vatican are members of the Lodge?”

    “Will Chris Ferrara and Steve Skojec and others, like Cardinal Burke, now stop saying that Bergoglio is definitely the pope? Or are they Freemasons too? — I ask this question because the public has a right to know the answers.”

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