FRANCIS’ RECENT STATEMENT WAS ACTUALLY WORSE THAN ORIGINALLY REPORTED
In the recent post we quoted the Vatican radio report of Francis declaring: “I feel like saying something that may sound controversial, or even heretical, perhaps,” just before Francis blatantly denied Catholic dogma in numerous ways (see below). Well, what Francis actually said was even worse. A more precise translation of his Spanish words is:
“And it comes to my mind to say something that may be foolish, or perhaps a heresy, I don’t know.”
Spanish: “Y me viene a la mente decir algo que puede ser una insensatez, o quizás una herejía, no sé.”
Francis doesn’t just say that his words may sound heretical, but that what he is about to say may in fact be a heresy. He doesn’t know and he doesn’t care. One could not possibly require more proof of malice or formal heresy, especially on the part of a man who purports to be the pope (whose duty is to be informed on these matters).
But here’s what his incredible statement really indicates and signifies: The fact that Francis actually confessed that what he was about to say may be a heresy, just before proceeding to say it anyway (think about that), is God’s way of having Francis tell the world that he’s a heretic. Even though it has been proven 100 times to people of good will that Francis is a heretic and not the pope, God is now having Francis essentially confess it himself! But here’s the frightening part (at least for those who follow the Counter Church, the Beast, and the Whore): God is doing this to leave the followers and defenders of the Counter Church without any possible excuse for not waking up and embracing the true position. God is compelling Francis to do this to supply extra evidence with which to convict them on Judgment Day, while at the same time, in His mercy, He gives them final chances to embrace and defend the full truth. The fact that God is making it this incredibly obvious that Francis is a heretic and not the pope suggests that the time for people to embrace the truth (and avoid the eternal condemnation that comes with following the Whore of Babylon and the Beast) is very short. In other words, it’s not just an accident that Francis made this statement. God has a very specific reason for it.
You can see the video of Francis’ key line above. When you click on the video, it will take you directly to the line we’re discussing. (Keep in mind that the English subtitles in the video have the inferior translation.) Notice that Francis pauses for about five seconds after the word “insensatez” (foolish), just before declaring: “or perhaps a heresy.” That long pause is not an accident, either. It’s God’s way of further proving, to anyone with eyes to see, Francis’ heretical malice: it leaves the people who defend him without any excuse whatsoever. It shows Francis’ deliberation before acknowledging that what he intends to say may be a heresy.
It’s also noteworthy that Francis makes his statement in his native language, Spanish. That’s not just a coincidence, either. God had him make the statement in his native language (the language he knows best) to further establish that Francis understood exactly what he was saying. It’s another way God is eliminating any possible excuse followers and defenders of the Counter Church might advance.
ORIGINAL POST ON FRANCIS’ STATEMENT:
As News.va reports, Antipope Francis sent a video message for “the Day for Christian Unity” (a heretical gathering) which took place in Phoenix, Arizona on May 23rd. In the message, he stated:
“Dear brothers and sisters, division is a wound in the body of the Church of Christ. And we do not want this wound to remain open. Division is the work of the Father of Lies, the Father of Discord, who does everything possible to keep us divided. Together today, I here in Rome and you over there, we will ask our Father to send the Spirit of Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and to give us the grace to be one, ‘so that the world may believe’. I feel like saying something that may sound controversial, or even heretical, perhaps. But there is someone who ‘knows’ that, despite our differences, we are one. It is he who is persecuting us. It is he who is persecuting Christians today, he who is anointing us with (the blood of) martyrdom. He knows that Christians are disciples of Christ: that they are one, that they are brothers! He doesn’t care if they are Evangelicals, or Orthodox, Lutherans, Catholics or Apostolic… he doesn’t care! They are Christians. And that blood (of martyrdom) unites. Today, dear brothers and sisters, we are living an ‘ecumenism of blood’. This must encourage us to do what we are doing today: to pray, to dialogue together, to shorten the distance between us, to strengthen our bonds of brotherhood.” (“Pope sends greetings for US Christian Unity event”, Vatican Radio, May 23, 2015)
Francis openly states that he feels like saying something heretical! Of course, Francis has said countless things that are heretical. This statement, however, further proves that he knows he’s a heretic and he doesn’t care. In the same context Francis again teaches the condemned heresy that there are non-Catholic martyrs. He teaches that it’s not necessary to be Catholic and that it makes no difference whether one is Catholic. He also emphatically states that Catholics are one with heretics. Of course, all those statements reject Catholic teaching. Francis is (and has been) a formal heretic – without any doubt. Just think about the fact that an alleged pope states that he “feels like” saying something heretical!
Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, “Cantate Domino,” 1441, ex cathedra: “The Holy Roman Church firmly believes, professes and preaches that all those who are outside the Catholic Church, not only pagans but also Jews or heretics and schismatics, cannot share in eternal life and will go into the everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels, unless they are joined to the Church before the end of their lives; that the unity of this ecclesiastical body is of such importance that only for those who abide in it do the Church’s sacraments contribute to salvation and do fasts, almsgiving and other works of piety and practices of the Christian militia produce eternal rewards; and that nobody can be saved, no matter how much he has given away in alms and even if he has shed blood in the name of Christ, unless he has persevered in the bosom and unity of the Catholic Church.”
Pope Pelagius II, Dilectionis Vestrae, A.D. 585: “Those who were not willing to be at agreement in the Church of God, cannot remain with God; although given over to flames and fires, they burn, or thrown to wild beasts, they lay down their lives, there will not be for them that crown of faith, but the punishment of faithlessness, not a glorious result (of religious virtue), but the ruin of despair. Such a one can be slain; he cannot be crowned.”
It’s also noteworthy that Francis forms and takes his doctrine from the Devil. Instead of communicating the truth of Jesus Christ and repeating papal dogma about the necessity of Catholic faith for salvation, Francis cites the Devil to argue that one doesn’t need to be Catholic to be saved.
Anyone who considers the disgusting heretic Francis to be the pope in the face of the facts is an antichrist.
St. Ignatius (A.D. 107): “Do not err, my brethren: the corrupters of families will not inherit the Kingdom of God. And if they who do these things according to the flesh suffer death, how much more if a man corrupts by evil teaching the faith of God, for the sake of which Jesus Christ was crucified? A man so foul will depart into unquenchable fire; and so also will anyone who listens to him.” (Letter to the Ephesians, Chapter 16)
Francis’ outrageous heresy above, according to which there are non-Catholic martyrs and that it makes no difference whether one is Catholic, is essentially a repeat of the heresy exposed in this video. He has also taught the ‘non-Catholic martyrs’ heresy many times, as our material covers.