Brother Michael Dimond
Francis’ June 16, 2016 answer to a question about educating young persons about marriage:
“A social fact in Buenos Aires: I forbade performing religious marriages in Buenos Aires, in cases that we call ‘matrimonios de apuro’, ‘shotgun’ [rushed] weddings, when a child is on the way. Now things are changing, but there is this: socially everything must be in order, a baby is coming, let’s get married. I forbade doing this, because they are not free, they are not free! Perhaps they love each other. And I have seen beautiful cases, in which then, after two or three years, they got married, and I saw them enter the church, dad, mom and baby, holding hands… Another one of my experiences in Buenos Aires: the pastors, when they held preparation courses, there were always 12 or 13 couples, no more, they did not reach 30 people. The first question they asked: ‘How many of you are living together?’. The majority raised their hands. They prefer to live together, and this is a challenge, it calls for work. Not to say straight away: ‘Why don’t you get married in Church?’. No. Accompany them: wait and cultivate. And cultivate fidelity. In the Argentine countryside, in the Northeastern region, there is a superstition: that couples have a child, they live together. In the countryside this happens. Then, when the child must go to school, they have a civil marriage. And then, as grandparents, they have a religious marriage. It is a superstition, because they say that having a religious wedding straight away scares the husband! We must also fight against these superstitions. Yet really, I say that I have seen a great deal of fidelity in these cohabiting couples, a great deal of fidelity; and I am certain that this is a true marriage.”
Francis discourages new couples from getting married. He encourages them to commit mortal sins by fornicating for a while to “cultivate fidelity”. According to Francis, after couples have fornicated for a long enough period of time to “cultivate fidelity”, they can then think of getting married. Francis expresses great joy in describing the fornicating couple entering the church with their baby born out of wedlock. Francis calls these situations “beautiful cases”. Francis also clearly teaches that these unmarried couples that consistently and “faithfully” fornicate have a real marriage! Francis says, “I am certain that this is a true marriage”! This is outrageous heresy! Francis is a heretical abomination.
For more of Antipope Francis’ horrible heresies from May 2016 to June 2016, click here: Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from May 2016 to June 2016
 L’ Osservatore Romano, June 24, 2016, p. 8.