Brother Michael Dimond
Francis’ February 17, 2016 answers to questions from journalists during his return flight to Rome from his trip to Mexico:
“Spanish journalist Paloma García Ovejero of COPE expressed concern over the Zika virus, which seems to be particularly dangerous for the unborn, such that some authorities have suggested abortion. She asked the Pontiff if the Church would consider it as a ‘lesser evil’.
Francis: Regarding a ‘lesser evil’: preventing pregnancy is one thing — we are speaking in terms of the conflict between the 5th and 6th Commandments. The great Paul VI, in a difficult situation in Africa, allowed nuns to use a form of artificial contraception amid the violence… preventing pregnancy is not an absolute evil, and in certain cases, such as the one I mentioned of Bl. Paul VI, it was clear…”
Comment: Contraception (or preventing pregnancy) is an absolute evil. Antipope Francis says no. He even says that the “great Paul VI” allowed “Catholic nuns” to use artificial contraception! This is a very evil and revealing statement from the apostate Antipope Francis.
“Anne Thompson of NBC News asked how a Church that claims to be ‘merciful’ can sooner forgive a murderer than those who divorce and remarry.
Francis: ‘For example — not so much now, but several years ago — in my country there was the tendency to… it was called a ‘shotgun wedding’: getting married hastily because a baby was on the way, in order to protect the family’s honor in society. There, they were not free to decide, and very often these marriages were null. As Bishop, I forbade priests from doing this in these cases. Should a baby come, they ought to continue in their relationship and when they feel ready to make it lifelong, then they should go ahead.’”
Comment: Francis arbitrarily says quick weddings in Argentina “very often” “were null”. Since Francis is not a Catholic, he doesn’t understand that the Catholic Church presumes marriages to be valid, not invalid. Of course, the indissolubility of marriage is another Catholic teaching that the Vatican II sect rejects. Francis goes on to recommend that the fornicating couples should “continue in their relationship”. He therefore teaches that they should continue to fornicate, commit mortal sins, and live in a state of damnation. Francis doesn’t tell them they must separate until marriage, but that “they ought to continue in their [sinful] relationship”.
For more of Antipope Francis’ horrible heresies from February 2016, click here: Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Schism with the “Orthodox” from February 2016
 L’ Osservatore Romano, February 26, 2016, p. 9.
 L’ Osservatore Romano, February 26, 2016, p. 10.
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