Pope Francis recommends that we daily examine our conscience

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    1. @janet H. So he is teaching pre V2 truths. Another positive change since 30 Jan 2023.

  1. Br. Bugnolo,
    You called Pope Francis a “devil” in the past which I totally agreed with you. Why is everything ok with him now? He still does not clarify his words/thoughts on traditional Church teaching. Why can’t he say clearly that homosexuality and gay marriage is wrong. The Lord says that he will vomit them out of his mouth. Why does he continue to favor liberal clerics? I am very well acquainted with a Priest that told me I and my family could get a personal Papal blessing by Pope Francis if I ask him. I don’t want this unless Francis repents and publicly says he was wrong in the past and then that he abides in the truth of God.

    1. The acceptance of one elected in a juridically valid manner to the Apostolic See, makes that man the object of Christ’s High Priestly payer, by which He has promised to pray for Simon that his faith may never fail, and for his conversion. This is a twofold promise, one which is always victorious and the other which is an offer of superabundant grace. The first guarantees and is the consequence of the contractual obligation which He imposed on Himself when He required us to be obedient to His Vicar on Earth, saying, Whatsoever you bind on Earth …. the second is grace and justice, because one merits based upon one’s dignity, and the more one does for Christ Jesus the more one merits from Him, and there is no greater service to Christ, hierarchically or juridically speaking, that to be His vicar on Earth and do so faithfully. But if a man be not converted in his heart, his election does not convert him. And whether he be converted or not, his election does not make him a Saint. But if he be not in the state of grace beforehand, he can more easily return to the right path once elected because Christ offers him this special grace, not only for himself, but for His people, that they might prosper in the ways of God. The consequence of this is that in things in which it is right to obey, we are obliged to obey the pope. In things we are not obliged, we can disagree. And in things which are beyond the authority of the pope or which are wrong, we can and at times must even both disagree and not obey. As for seeking the blessings of the pope, if the man appear to you to be a heretic or idolator, you have no obligation to seek his blessing nor to attend his masses or receive the sacraments from him. And if you are a Cardinal or Bishop then you also have the grave obligation to study to see if you are obliged to publicly denounce him and call a council to put his faith to the test, to see if he be still a Catholic, because if he be not, he has deposed himself. But for the rest of us, some of us who can should urge those who do, and the rest of us should pray for the conversion of Simon, and/of if he refuse such a grace, that the Lord intervene and put things right as He knows best.

  2. “The acceptance of one elected in a juridically valid manner to the Apostolic See, makes that man the object of Christ’s High Priestly payer, by which He has promised to pray for Simon that his faith may never fail, and for his conversion. “

    It is not possible for a heretic to be elected in a juridically valid manner.

    Heresy denies The Unity Of The Holy Ghost and is thus anti Filioque and anti Papacy.

    The facts are: 1) Jorge Bergoglio’s heresy was external and made public and notorious, when as a cardinal, he stated in his book, On Heaven and Earth, in regards to same-sex sexual relationships, and thus same-sex sexual acts, prior to his election as pope, on page 117, demonstrating that he does not hold, keep, or teach The Catholic Faith, and he continues to act accordingly: “If there is a union of a private nature, there is neither a third party, nor is society affected. Now, if the union is given the category of marriage, there could be children affected. Every person needs a male father and a female mother that can help shape their identity.”- Jorge Bergoglio, denying The Sanctity of the marital act within The Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, and the fact that God, The Most Holy And Undivided Blessed Trinity, Through The Unity Of The Holy Ghost, Is The Author Of Love, Of Life, And Of Marriage, while denying sin done in private is sin.

    “Sin, says St. Bonaventure, carries its own punishments. In his Second Conference on the Seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit, St. Bonaventure says that these punishments are seven in number, with six of them being temporal, and one eternal. Sin also results in the loss of the good. And so each of these Bonaventuran judgments can be tied to the loss of a particular good.”

    And thus we can know through both our Catholic Faith and Reason, “it is a sin to accomodate an occasion of sin, and thus cooperate with evils.”

    The privation of sin therefore deprives us of such goods as freedom, sight, sensitivity toward reality, the ability to relate to others, any sense of the good, and, ultimately, even the very expectation of good: hope. These deprivations of good tie into the temporal judgments identified by St. Bonaventure.

    Jesus, of course, warned us that he who commits sin is a slave to sin. (John 8:34)”


    “For the Holy Spirit was not promised to the successors of Peter that by His revelation they might make known new doctrine, but that by His assistance they might inviolably keep and faithfully expound the Revelation, the Deposit of Faith, delivered through the Apostles. “

    1. You argument is praeter rem.

      Because GOD has not guaranteed that anyone can be infallible in discerning heresy, except the Roman Pontiff when teaching magiterially. Thus YOU canont infallibly determine if anyone else is a heretic, not even if you yourself are. Therefore, still less the Roman Pontiff. Therefore, YOU err in thinking your private discernment of heresy is equivalent to a forensic judgement of the Church, which must bind everyone and/or at least causes the loss of office of another person. Therefore YOU err gravely in usurping the authority Christ gave to the Church, and to Bishops, to judge and rule in the Church.

      Quod erat demostrandum.

      Thus, some one YOU think is a heretic, or someone which the Church has NOT yet condemned as a heretic. CAN be elected pope. And if he accept his election, then HE will no longer fall into heresy, because Christ promised that.

      If you do not like this conclusion, then become a Muslim or a Jew etc., because you are denying the Christian religion in its totality, as regards the obligation of those who believe in Christ to submit to hierarchical authority and recognize that a disciple is not the Master.

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