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A Journal of 2018 – 3



@Pontifex “When the friars asked (St. Francis of Assisi) at a gathering what virtue does more to make one a friend of Christ, he replied as if opening the hidden depths of his heart: ‘Know, brothers, that poverty is the special way to salvation, as the stimulus of humility…. @Pontifex “Saint Thomas affirms that not all immigrants are equal. Every nation has the right to decide which immigrants are beneficial, that is, ‘peaceful,’ to the common good. The State can reject those it deems harmful or ‘hostile’ to its citizens.”

@Pontifex If only we had a pope who was concerned with Church teaching, not with “political correctness.” St. Thomas says, “The State can reject those (migrants) it deems harmful or ‘hostile’ to its citizens.” By the way, how many refugees has the Vatican accepted?

@Pontifex If only this pope worried as much about the catastrophe of today’s Catholic Church, as he claims to worry about “the cry of our many brothers and sisters who are criminally trafficked and exploited.”

@Pontifex Episcopal sodomy.

@Pontifex “They knew NOTHING? That’s an INSULT!”

@Pontifex The shepherds just go on fleecing the sheep.

@Pontifex “Do not let yourselves be led astray by all sorts of strange doctrines.” (Hebrews 13:7-9) No, not even when those “strange doctrines” are propagated by the pope himself and his homosexualist clergy and hierarchy.

@Pontifex Millions are asking, “When will God send us a truly great pope, one who can rebuild the Church out of the ruins the present pope has created?”

@Pontifex The current pope tweets: “Before helping others, we need to have a personal encounter with God.” You have to wonder if this pope isn’t talking about himself here. Anyway, he may well need “a personal encounter with God” to help him avoid error, confusion, and heresy….
….This pope may also need a help in dealing with the apparently vast network of homosexuals in the Church.

@Pontifex “When the friars asked (St. Francis of Assisi) at a gathering what virtue does more to make one a friend of Christ, he replied as if opening the hidden depths of his heart: ‘Know, brothers, that poverty is the special way to salvation, as the stimulus of humility…. @Pontifex …and the root of perfection, whose fruit is manifold but hidden. This is the Gospel’s treasure “hidden in a field” (Mt 13:44); to buy this we should sell everything, and in comparison to this we should spurn everything we cannot sell.” – St. Bonaventure

@Pontifex Cardinal Farrell didn’t even “suspect” what McCarrick was doing? ( Oh, please. To paraphrase Captain Renault, speaking to Rick in the 1942 film “Casablanca,” “I am shocked, SHOCKED to find that sodomy is going on here!”

@Pontifex “You are liars and deceivers of the worst sort because you use the things of God to cover your work with the devil. …. @Pontifex ….”Thanks to you, there are only a small number of Catholics left who actually know and believe the Faith. You and your sodomite ‘brothers’ have seen to that quite nicely.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets: “Every Church member has a responsibility to become holy, by taking care of others.” And this pope has a responsibility to become holy. Period. And a responsibility to rid the clergy and hierarchy of sodomite rot.

@Pontifex #SackTheSynod

@Pontifex “McCarrick: In the Spirit of Francis”

@Pontifex “The storm is almost here, and its ferocity will be a marvel to behold.”

@Pontifex This pope says, “Attachment to an object or an idea makes us blind to love.” In other words, attachment to error, confusion, heresy, anger, power, money, or vengeance toward critics makes a pope blind. Period.

@Pontifex Cardinal Maradiaga, responsible for this seminary of sodomy in Honduras (, is this current pope’s closest adviser. Of course this pope knows nothing. A man would have to be wilfully blind or stupid to know nothing. May God send us a good pope.

@Pontifex Regarding Cardinal Maradiaga’s “seminary of sodomy” in Honduras, a friend commented, “This pope should be careful. Otherwise, there may soon be rumors about the ‘closeness’ between him and his ‘closest adviser,’ Cardinal Maradiaga.”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis to altar servers: Holiness is not for the lazy” And apparently not for a lot of US bishops, either. And for this pope, with his errors, confusion, heresy, and anger?

@Pontifex “Instead of discussing LGBTs and varied ‘forms of families’ in Dublin and at the upcoming Synod on Youth in October, the Church should put such matters on hold, and clean up it’s own house first.”

@Pontifex To the USCCB: “You let the sodomite predators into our homes, our parishes, our souls, our schools, our emotions, our minds. The least you can do is now let us into your meeting to confront them.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Charity is the most effective form of witness.” That’s correct, as long as charity is grounded in truth. How much of what this pope says is grounded in truth. Are his errors, confusion, heresy, protection of a sodomite hierarchy grounded in truth?

@Pontifex A friend commented: “I wonder if this current pope’s “charity” is anything like his “mercy,” which he so wonderfully expresses in taking vengeance on critics and dissolving and seizing the assets of religious orders.

@Pontifex I wonder if this current pope’s “charity” is anything like his “mercy,” which he so wonderfully expresses in his explosions of anger.



Lieber Andreas,

danke, dass Du die Nachricht von Pater Göppinger an mich weitergeleitet hast. Und es ist eine sehr traurige Nachricht, oder? Man kann nur Mitleid mit einem solchen Priester haben. Er wurde im Priesterseminar offensichtlich so schlecht erzogen, dass er den Unterschied zwischen – wie Du es so gut ausgedrückt hast – „dem gewöhnliche Mal des Herrn mit den Zöllnern und der Allerheiligsten Eucharistie, dem Leib des Herrn” nicht verstehen kann.

Leider ist die Kirche heute voller solcher Priester, und das ist einer der Hauptgründe für so viele leere und geschlossene Kirchen, nicht nur hier in Deutschland, sondern in ganz Europa und in meinem eigenen Heimatland, den USA, wo Menschen die Kirche auch in Scharen verlassen..

Aber die Kirche hat Situationen wie diese schon erlebt –zur Zeit der „Borgia” -Päpste, zum Beispiel, und zur Zeit der korrupten Renaissance-Päpste, und im elften Jahrhundert, als der Heilige Peter Damien “Das Buch von Gomorra” schrieb, ein Buch über grassierende Homosexualität und Sodomie unter der Klerus und die Hierarchie. Ja, damals, im elften Jahrhundert. Und und wenn Du dieses Buch liest, kannst Du sehen, die Situation in der Zeit vom Heiligen Peter Damien scheint sogar schlimmer zu sein, als heute.

Ich glaube jedoch, was der Heilige Augustinus in seinem “Enchiridion”, Kapitel VIII, geschrieben hat: “Denn Gott hielt es für besser, Gutes aus dem Bösen zu bringen, als dass kein Bösen existieren durfte.”

Schlecht ausgebildete Priester, fehleranfällige und ketzerische Päpste, korrupte Geistliche – die Kirche hat das alles schon oft durchgemacht und die „Pforten der Hölle“ haben sie nicht überwältigt.

Und die „Pforten der Hölle” werden die Kirche jetzt, während dieses katastrophalen Pontifikats, auch nicht überwältigen.

In Christo,




Some Tweets:

@Pontifex “In the case of the dogma of the intrinsic morality of the death penalty, the denial of this dogma is formally heretical…The person who denies this dogma is a material heretic.”

@Pontifex “With the dogma of the morality of the death penalty, the denial of this dogma is formally heretical…The person who denies this dogma is a material heretic…When the shepherd becomes a wolf, the first duty of the flock is to defend itself.”

@Pontifex A friend commented, “So this pope has changed the Catechism regarding the death penalty. The next step? Homosexual acts will no longer be “intrinsically disordered.” Why is God punishing us with a pope who is also a heretic?”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “More than anything else, the life of a Christian is a grateful response to a generous Father.” True. But not the “grateful response” that this pope makes: a response with error, confusion, ambiguity, heresy, vengeance, greed, insults, and anger.

@Pontifex “Numerous Catholic theologians, historians, and philosophers who are faithful to perennial Catholic doctrine have reacted to the Pope’s new teaching (regarding the death penalty) with alarm.”

@Pontifex “If (this pope’s theological advisers) are not bound by past popes, there is no reason why future popes should be bound by this statement, and indeed the authority of Pope Francis over Catholics today is called into question.”

@Pontifex The same Pope who calls for the worldwide abolition of capital punishment for the guilty has never called for the worldwide abolition of capital punishment for innocents in the womb, who are not afforded even the most minimal due process before their lives are snuffed out by the millions….
…Bergoglio remained silent even when mass murder of the unborn was about to be legalized in Ireland. That tells us all we need to know about Bergoglio and his fake magisterium….
…May God soon deliver the Church from the clutches of this man and send us the holy and courageous Pope who will consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart and make a beginning to the end of this insanity.

@Pontifex Millions are praying, “Dear God, protect us from this pope of heresy and error; save us from his homosexual clergy and hierarchy. Mother of God, we are desperate. Beg your Son to help us and have mercy on us and on His whole Church.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Support your priests with friendship and affection.” Good advice, but if your priest, bishop, cardinal, or pope supports error, heresy, homosexuality, sodomy, or some other corruption, charity and morals demand that you speak about it, not ignore it.

@Pontifex “Catechism’s revision is instance of ‘true dogmatic progress,’ Vatican prelate says” It’s also an instance of “true dogmatic heresy,” for which the pope and others responsible will be condemned by a future pope or council.

@Pontifex “New US poll shows decline in Pope’s approval ratings (Pew Forum)” A friend commented, “Dear God, millions are grateful that at least a few US Catholics are starting to catch on to what This pope really is.”

@Pontifex “The lawfulness of the death penalty is a truth defined by the ordinary and universal Magisterium of the Church, in a constant and unequivocal manner. WHOEVER AFFIRMS THAT CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IS IN ITSELF AN EVIL, FALLS INTO HERESY.”

@ Pontifex “After McCarrick: An Ex-Seminarian Comes Forward” “After McCarrick: An Ex-Seminarian Comes Forward”

@Pontifex All over the world, faithful Catholics are praying, “God, send us a good pope, one who will clear the Church of error, heresy, and homosexual clerics, one who will rebuild the Church from the ruins this present pope will have left us.”

@Pontifex We all pray, “God, Who can bring about the conversion of even the worst of men, give the grace of conversion to this current pope, stop him from wreaking any more havoc in the Church, or, please, Lord, end this destructive pontificate.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets: “The Eucharist is our “reservation” for Heaven.” Really? Is that all? May God send us a pope who knows some theology, who knows that the Eucharist is the Body and Blood of the Living God, and whoever consumes it unworthily risks eternal damnation.

@Pontifex May God send us a pope who is free of error and heresy, whose cardinals and bishops are free of corruption, and none of whom are homosexuals and sodomites.

@Pontifex “An additional problem with our worship today is that God has become almost an afterthought. Much of our liturgy is self-centered.”

@Pontifex “Nor do Italians like the fact that the Pope and Italian Church leaders are constantly urging the country to accept more migrants but are taking none themselves into Vatican City.”

@Pontifex In the past, for the last 2,000 years, all popes guilty of heresy and corruption, together with bishops and cardinals who supported them, have eventually been condemned by their successors. Does this pope really believe he and his partners will escape such a fate?

@Pontifex Recently someone on the internet referred to Walter Kasper as this current pope’s “master.” All indications are that this is true, in both senses of the word “master”: teacher and overlord.

@Pontifex “Francis Uses Junk Theology to End the Death Penalty” Another author becomes the object of this pope’s vengeance?




@Pontifex “His entire papacy is now threatening to be completely swamped in a torrent of sodomy and sodomy-supporting bishops and cardinals who have been operating behind the scenes for decades.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The disciples’ experience on Mount Tabor is an invitation to us to abandon worldly things.” Yes, and to focus on the horrors of homosexuality and sodomy throughout the Church

@Pontifex “Relationship with Jesus is even more important than material needs, Pope tells pilgrims” (Vatican Press Office) Hey, now THERE’s a novel idea! Why did no one ever think of that before? This pope’s originality is STUNNING! Now, what about the sodomites among the clergy?

@Pontifex When the pope reverses Church teaching on homosexuality (which he will do very soon), the criticism of this pope’s errors and heresy will become even more forceful. It will help return the Church to the Gospel, to its traditional teachings, to the truth, and to Christ.

@Pontifex This pope can reverse Church teaching on ANYTHING! (Whether he’ll be condemned as a heretic by a successor, well, that’s another matter.

@Pontifex “The Catholic Faith comes to us from God, from Our Lord Jesus Christ, who is the Head of the Church, its immovable cornerstone, its permanent guarantee of truth and holiness. The content of that Faith is not determined by the pope.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Jesus reveals the love-filled face of God.” Yes, but God’s love includes truth, faithfulness to His Gospel, not error, confusion, or heresy about settled matters like the death penalty or – and this will be coming soon – sodomy and homosexuality.

@Pontifex “Despite the efforts of Satan and his dupes to change it, Catholicism is, has always been, and will always be stable, perennial, objectively knowable, a rock of certitude in a sea of chaos.” And despite this popes errors and heresies.

@Pontifex “We follow and obey the pope and the bishops inasmuch as they transmit to us the pure and salutary doctrine of our Lord and guide us in following His way of holiness, not when they offer us polluted water to drink or lead us to the muck.”

@Pontifex “When the shepherd becomes a wolf, the first duty of the flock is to defend itself.”

@Pontifex “Things have changed, Your Excellencies, and it is time for you to realize this and change with them. Ignore your duty at your own peril, both for your sheep in this world and your eternal lives in the next.”

@Pontifex “Jesus Christ is the same today as he was yesterday and as he will be for ever. Do not let yourselves be led astray by all sorts of strange doctrines.” Hebrews 13:7-9

@Pontifex In today’s reading for Mass, many of us find hope for today’s ruined Church. The Lord says, “Again I will restore you, and you shall be rebuilt.” (Jeremiah 31,1-7)

@Pontifex “To sum up the results, vast majorities believe a major portion of U.S. bishops are lying, money-hungry, prestige-seeking homosexuals who have no interest in fixing the homosexual problem in their ranks because they no longer believe the Faith.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Evil tries to convince us that death is the end of everything.” Sadly, this appears to be what many US bishops and priests think. If only there were less error, ambiguity, heresy, anger, and feelings of vengeance emanating from this pope.

@Pontifex “Kwasniewski summed up Fisichella’s comments: ‘The cumulative effect of his Orwellian twists and turns is that we can discard whatever in Veritatis Splendor, etc., no longer fits with the needs of modern Western people as seen by Pope Francis’.”

@Pontifex “These good bishops had better quickly come to their senses and do everything in their power to bring about change or, somewhere down the road, they will have blood on their hands as well.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The Kingdom of God grows in a mysterious and surprising way throughout the world.” But only if the pope is a good and decent man, who does not spread error, confusion, and heresy, and only if the clergy and hierarchy are not infested with sodomites.

@Pontifex “Two U.S. Catholic professors say that Pope Francis’ new teaching on the death penalty appears to be ‘contradicting scripture, tradition, and all previous popes.’ And, he may be ‘committing a doctrinal error’.”

@Pontifex “‘A development, to be faithful, must retain both the doctrine and the principle with which it started,’ Newman wrote concerning his second test. According to that criterion, outright rejection of capital punishment fails on both counts.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “When we place ourselves at the service of our most vulnerable brothers and sisters we experience the joy of unconditional love.” And when a good pope places himself at the service of others, he knows he must do it without error, confusion, or heresy.

@Pontifex “The heart of the matter is this: The “McCarrick situation” isn’t really about McCarrick. It’s about the environment that he and hundreds, perhaps thousands, of predator homosexuals in the clergy…. @Pontifex ….— including among the bishops — created, sustained, nurtured and then used to conceal their evil. That simple reality, the bare facts of the case, are what no bishop has stepped forward and admitted.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “In silence we learn to contemplate God’s works.” But that is something this pope seems unable to do without falling into error and heresy. He also seems unable to do anything about the homosexuality and sodomy among the clergy. God help him.




For the Nuncio:

Some Tweets that may perhaps be of interest:

@Pontifex (1 of 2) “Why can’t Francis today modify the Ten Commandments or the Gospels? They, too, are awfully old, rejected by vast numbers of people as irrelevant to modern times,… @Pontifex (2 of 2) ….extremely provocative, and rather narrow in their fixation on obeying God or else. Don’t we need to update and modernize the whole of Christianity?”

@Pontifex (1 of 3) “As Cardinal Bellarmine states: ‘In order to resist and defend oneself no authority is required. Therefore, as it is lawful to resist the Pope, if he assaulted a man’s person,…” @Pontifex (2 of 3) ‘…so it is lawful to resist him, if he assaulted souls, or troubled the state, and much more if he strove to destroy the Church….’ @Pontifex (3 of 3) ‘It is lawful, I say, to resist him, by not doing what he commands, and hindering the execution of his will.’ (De Rom. Pont. ii.29, quoted by John Henry Newman in his Letter to the Duke of Norfolk)”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Thanks to the gift of the Eucharist, our lives too become ‘bread broken’ for our brothers and sisters.” If only more priests and bishops really BELIEVED in the Eucharist and the Real Presence. Is that disbelief a result of the pope’s error and heresy?

@Pontifex If this pope thinks he can change the Catechism with regard to the death penalty, how long before he changes the Catechism on the Real Presence, on adultery, homosexuality, and divorce? With a heretical pope, NOTHING is impossible!

@Pontifex “McCarrick wasn’t raping women. Those who covered up for him were covering up for a homosexual predator. All the reports now pouring into the public by seminarians and priests are reports of homosexual assault.”

@Pontifex (1 of 2) “Reflecting the distorted moral vision of some of its architects, Amoris Laetitia (AL) contains the same, dysfunctional ‘consent’ mentality that has allowed the McCarrick scandal…. @Pontifex (2 of 2) “….to fester and go unaddressed; therefore, unless the document is either revised thoroughly or scrapped completely, it will inevitably contribute to more of the same.”

@Pontifex Christ promised that the Gates of Hell would not prevail against His Church. A friend remarked, “Fine. But what about this pope and his sodomite supporters? Will THEY prevail and destroy the Church?”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis held a meeting on the abuse scandal in Chile” (National Catholic Register) Great. Now when is he going to hold a meeting on the horrific homosexual / sodomy scandal among clergy and members of the hierarchy in the United States?

@Pontifex “Rocked by scandals, the Vatican should cancel the pro-LGBT World Meeting of Families”

@Pontifex “May God soon deliver the Church from the clutches of this man and send us the holy and courageous Pope who will consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart and make a beginning to the end of this insanity.” – Christopher Ferrara, The Remnant Newspaper, August 15, 2018

@Pontifex “‘Hope overcomes misery, oppression,’ Pope tells young Italians at prayer vigil” (Vatican News) And hope will overcome the misery and oppression of this monstrous pontificate, and this pope’s error and heresy and his legions of sodomite supporters among the clergy.

@Pontifex The Church is in a “new phase” all right, “beyond scripture and tradition,” as Thomas Rosica says. The Church is now into an area of heresy that will be condemned by future popes and councils.

@Pontifex “Doesn’t it bother you, that the sheep think you are all homosexuals, or at the minimum…that you are lying to cover it all up, because if this continues to get exposed, your whole game to corrupt the Church will come crashing down?”


@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Still today there are so many martyrs, so many who are persecuted for the love of Christ.” Yes, and then there are all those in the clergy, especially the sodomites, who have lost their faith and live only for the luxury Church careers provide.

@Pontifex @JamesMartinSJ “Gay” Priests? An Open Letter to Fr. James Martin by Jim Russell

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Mary, Mother of tenderness who is always near, teach us how to live and have faith.” And Mother of God, teach Bergoglio how to be a good, decent pope, how to free himself from error and heresy and from the sodomites among the clergy.

@Pontifex “Donald Wuerl, the cardinal-archbishop of Washington, D.C., has now been exposed as a fraud, as guilty as many other bishops in the U.S. who hid and shuffled around homosexual predator priests and concealed them from law enforcement officials.”

@Pontifex “So bishops, one last life preserver, only this one is your eternal life preserver — are you on the side of the serpent or the Woman? Your moment to choose has arrived.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Mary, Mother of tenderness who is always near, teach us how to live and have faith.” Yes, and Lady, beg your Son to teach this pope “how to live and have faith,” and beg your Son to bring about a speedy an end to this current pontificate of shame.

@Pontifex “The post-conciliar Church is a barren tree. Like the fig tree from scripture, I think Christ has cursed it. It is imploding at an astonishing pace as the errors, the perversions, and even the heresies it promotes become ever more brazen.”

“When we say we knew nothing, hey, those stupid jerks out there in the pews actually BELIEVE us!”



Some Tweets:

@Pontifex Does Wuerl have no shame? Why doesn’t this pope have him resign?

@Cardinal_Wuerl Have you no shame? Resign.

@Cardinal_Wuerl @Pontifex I suppose the really shameful thing is not simply allowing a vast number of homosexuals and sodomites to infiltrate the clergy, but the sickening sight of “men of God” clinging to power at all costs.

@Cardinal_Wuerl @Pontifex So now we know, to our disgust, that for some in the clergy, it is not faith that counts, not the love of God, not love itself, not mercy, or the Beatitudes, or anything else. It is POWER that counts for them, the sheer love of POWER. Nothing else.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Faith is nourished by memory: what wonderful things God has done for us!” And faith is nourished even more by a pope who does not support sodomites in the clergy, and who does not preach error and heresy. Such popes are condemned by their successors.

@Pontifex “The rot is now everywhere. It is a rot on which the McCarrick Ring still sups, like maggots feasting on a corpse. To hear well meaning people say Bergoglio must impanel some investigative body to set things right is Alice in Wonderland lunacy.”

@Pontifex “We have a colossal problem on our hands, yes, but the papacy can be set right with a worthy pope who takes action to depose and defrock bishops across the globe and replace them with men worthy of their offices.”

@Pontifex How does this pope live with the shame of his pontificate?

@FatherRosica @Pontifex (1 of 2) Fine. I’ve taken your advice and read “The Ignatian Qualities of the Petrine Ministry of Pope Francis,” and I still think this pope spreads error and heresy, as does your article. @FatherRosica @Pontifex (2 of 2) St. Robert Bellarmine was right: “Just as it is licit to resist a Pontiff who attacks the body, so also is it licit to resist him who attacks souls or destroys the civil order or above all, tries to destroy the Church.” (De Romano Pontifice, II.29.)

@Pontifex @FatherRosica (1 of 3) “There is talk of investigations, run only by laymen with no connections to the hierarchical Church. The investigations must be staffed by professional investigators, former FBI agents, or former detectives.” @Pontifex @FatherRosica (2 of 3) “They must be ruthless and fearless. They must cast a wide net. Any pastor of a gay-affirming parish must be scrutinized, as well as any bishop who allows such places in his diocese.” @Pontifex @FatherRosica (3 of 3) “This fetid sea, i.e.,these places, did not come about by accident. They are prima facie evidence not of building bridges, but of the kind of moral corruption that has brought us to this moment.”

@Pontifex “In the face of the Pennsylvania abuse scandal, Christians should use their rage to combat evil within the church.” Yes. And in the face of the Pennsylvania abuse scandal, Christians should use their rage to combat homosexuality within the Church and among the clergy.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl Wuerl did nothing to stop the widespread sodomite rot in the US Church even though HE KNEW FULL WELL what was going on? And he’s STILL a cardinal? May God have mercy on this pope and his pontificate of shame.

@Pontifex “Philosophers, theologians ask cardinals to address Pope’s ‘gravely scandalous’ Catechism revision” (First Things)

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke: Pope must ‘take action’ to clean up ‘homosexual culture’ in Church”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “By embracing God’s love, we change the world and transform history.” But embracing God’s love means embracing truth, not error and heresy, as this pope does. It also means cleaning out the sodomites and their sympathizers from among the clergy.

@Pontifex “When asked about the crisis Cardinal Burke said ‘it seems clear in light of these recent terrible scandals that there is a homosexual culture, not only among the clergy but even within the hierarchy, which needs to be purified at the root’.”

@Pontifex “The Pope was shocked and dismayed by reports when he heard that so many craven homosexualist American bishops had not yet been promoted to the Vatican. ‘Sometimes I a need to look past South America for my compromised men’.” Tweet by @CaproEspiatori

@Pontifex “U.S. Catholic bishops unveil plan to deal with sex-abuse scandal” Oh. Good. Just what we need – another plan. But, um, here’s another plan: why not have all the sodomite bishops and their supporters just RESIGN?

@Pontifex “Pope Francis has consecrated as a bishop a priest who claims that Jesus didn’t ‘establish rules’ and who promotes the theology of a dissenting nun who defends the legalization of abortion and homosexual ‘marriage’.” Another “worthy” bishop.

@Pontifex @Pontifex Another “worthy” bishop. Will this pope EVER get it? Millions are praying for a good and decent pope who can clean all the rot out of the Church. Obviously, this pope isn’t it.

@Pontifex This pope’s new homosexualist appointee in the Vatican says that “Christ didn’t establish rules.” That’s true. He didn’t establish rules. He gave commandments.

@Pontifex This pope’s latest homosexualist appointee in the Vatican says that “Christ didn’t establish rules.” That’s true. He didn’t establish rules. As God, He gave commandments.

@Pontifex And after all he’s done, Wuerl is STILL a bishop and a cardinal? That’s one more reason why history will condemn this horrific pontificate, history and future popes and councils.

@Pontifex This pope thinks he can shape the future of the Church, but the more he spreads his errors and heresies, the more the Church will shrink. Eventually, only faithful Catholics and their bishops will left, and they will condemn this pope for what he has done to the Church.

@Pontifex This is what the Gates of Hell look like when they attack the Church.


(Re an article on restrictions in Iran:)

Can anyone really believe this will end with Iran?

Slowly, inexorably, as the Muslim population grows in European countries, and the other groups shrink in number, these countries will be forced into “submission” (which is what the word “Islam” means) and then sharia will become the law of the land, as in Iran.

It won’t take long, two or three generations at most. And few people will even notice that it’s happening. They’re like the proverbial frog sitting in water so gradually raised to the boiling point that the poor creature doesn’t feel death approaching.

How many people notice what’s happening now?



The problem of sodomites in the clergy will remain until the Church reverses most of the changes introduced after Vatican II and includes a ban on the Novus Ordo Mass, and bans every other “reform” that resulted from the demonic “spirit” of the Council.

I’m old enough to have a vivid memory of the Church before the Council, and it is not a kind of glowing, wish-fulfilling memory, but a real one.

The churches on Sunday were always packed, at every Mass. Parishes in my home state (Michigan) were being built all the time, not shutting down. There were good Catholic schools, full of students, lots of schools, where the nuns wore traditional habits and taught the real faith from the Baltimore Catechism, not this Protestantized “Alpha” thing, or whatever it’s called.

The seminaries too were packed. Seminarians said the Rosary and practiced other “rigid” devotions when they weren’t playing football and baseball. They were solid, pious men who were well grounded in the faith. And as far as lay people were concerned, the laity learned the Catholic faith as it had been for almost two millennia, not this “new paradigm”, with its fake “mercy” that doesn’t call for a change in your life or behavior. People learned that certain things were simply WRONG: divorce, adultery, cohabitation, homosexual acts, and there was no “discernment” aimed at excusing sins and allowing people to receive Communion in a state of mortal sin. Living a good life was not an “ideal” that was impossible to attain. It was a reality that people strove for.

In THAT Church, the priests were men, males to the core, many of them having served in the armed forces during World War II and the Korean war. Sodomy and other homosexual activity among priests were utterly, absolutely unthinkable, like actions that might take place on another planet or in an alternate reality.

Sadly, that “alternate reality” is the one we’re experiencing now, and as long as the “spirit” of Vatican II goes “prowling through the world, seeking the ruin of souls,” this will be the reality we faithful Catholics are confronted with.

And we will remain confronted with it until God has mercy on us, ends this dreadful pontificate, and gives us a good and decent pope who is faithful to Church teaching, spreads no errors or heresy, and is determined to clean the rot in the Church brought about by priests who are actively homosexual, and by their enablers and supporters.

This is where “addressing modernity” – and most of the other aims of Vatican II – have brought us.

Vatican II did not revive the Church or bring it “up to date.” Vatican II led to the Church being murdered and martyred with every passing day.



@Pontifex “Vatican responds to Pennsylvania grand jury report, says Pope is on the side of the victims” (Vatican News) Oh. Sure. Great. Now that the whole world knows about the sodomite shame of the Church, NOW this pope is “on the side of the victims.” But where was he BEFORE?

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Love overcomes all difficulties. Love gives us the strength to carry on.” But love has to be based on truth. “Love” cannot be – as in the case of this pope – simply a disguise for error, heresy, and tolerance of sodomites in the clergy and hierarchy.

@Pontifex In diesem Buch, “Dreher geht davon aus, dass der westlichen Welt eine Zeit gravierender Verwerfungen bevorstehe, die auch das Christentum treffen würden….”

“PA GRAND JURY: CDL. WUERL PAID HUSH MONEY TO CHILD PORN PRIEST” And this man is still a cardinal? Still a priest? Oh, I forgot. We’re in this pope’s wonderful “new paradigm” and practicing “discernment,” or something, aren’t we?

@Pontifex Ah, the “spirit” of the Council continues to bring his gifts from hell: “New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood appears to be laying the groundwork for a grand jury investigation into clerical sex abuse and cover-up in the Empire State.”

@Pontifex “Wuerl, who served as bishop of Pittsburgh from 1988 until 2006, is mentioned by name more than 200 times in the (Pennsylvania grand jury) report.” And he’s STILL a cardinal? How did we come to THIS?

@Pontifex “Cardinal Burke: Pope must ‘take action’ to clean up ‘homosexual culture’ in Church” THIS pope take action? We have to beg Our Lady and all the saints to pray to God to send us a good, decent, strong pope who will clean the rot out of the Church.

@Pontifex On August 16, Marc Thiessen wrote an opinion piece titled “Cardinal Wuerl must go” for the Washington Post. But of course this pope doesn’t read the Washington Post, or publication that criticizes his error- and heresy-filled pontificate.

@Pontifex “A homosexual subculture within the Catholic Church is wreaking great devastation in the vineyard of the Lord. The homosexual inclination is intrinsically disordered; it renders any man afflicted unfit to be a priest.” Bishop Robert Morlino

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The Eucharist, Jesus the Bread of Life, is the beating heart of the Church.” So why doesn’t this pope, so full of error and heresy himself, rid the Church of those priests, especially homosexual priests, who have lost faith, faith in the Eucharist?

@Pontifex (1 of 3) News from the US indicates that the federal government may invoke the RICO statute (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) to investigate the US Catholic Church. The Vatican is said to have “panicked” into sending Archbishop Charles Scicluna… @PontifexNews (2 of 3) …to investigate the US bishops, as he investigated the Chilean bishops, before they resigned en masse. When will this pope understand that the REAL problem to be investigated… @PontifexNews (3 of 3) …is not simply the actions of some homosexual clerics, but the demonic influence of the “spirit” of Vatican II? When that “spirit” is eliminated by a good and decent pope, then the sodomite rot will be cleaned out of the Church at last.

@Pontifex If this pope really wants to clean up the sodomite rot in the clergy, maybe he could start by clearing up his own confusion: “mercy” without repentance, fake “discernment, his teachings on the Eucharist while divorced, in adultery, cohabiting, or with homosexual acts.

@Pontifex The US government may investigate the Church under the federal organized crime statute (RICO). But hey, this pope doesn’t sweat the small stuff. Remember, he just consecrated as bishop a pro-gay priest, José Mendonça who says Christ “didn’t establish rules.”

@Pontifex The hierarchy overrun by sodomite priests? Hey, “who am I to judge,” remember? It’s all part of Thomas Rosica’s “beginning of a new age,” it’s the “new paradigm,” right? Why be surprised? Why even worry? After all the “spirit” of the Council is there, whoever he may be.

@Pontifex Sodomite priests? Why worry? Thomas Rosica says the Church is “ruled by an individual and not by Scripture alone or the dictates of tradition and Scripture.” He “breaks traditions when he wants” because he’s “free from disordered attachments”.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “May the Holy Spirit grant us the grace of conversion.” And millions everywhere are also praying for this pope’s conversion. We pray that he will become a good and decent pope, faithful to Church teaching, a pope who does not spread error and heresy.

@EdwardPentin What @Pontifex just doesn’t get is that the less faithful he is to Church teaching, the more he spreads error and heresy and clings to the “new paradigm,” with its tolerance for divorce, adultery, cohabitation, and homosexuality, etc., the greater the “culture of abuse” will be.

@pontifex (1 of 2) This pope claims that the current crisis in the Catholic Church in America is NOT caused by homosexuality, but by CLERICALISM! When I told that to some friends of mine, they could all, without exception, hardly stop laughing…. @pontifex (2 of 2) ….One of them said, “The old guy’s got a great sense of humor. I mean it’s a joke, right? He can’t be serious! Or is he maybe suffering from dimentia?”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The #Family is where hope is forged.” Yes, but a shameful pontificate, like this one, full of errors and heresy and the stench of homosexual rot among the clergy, is where that hope can be destroyed.

@Pontifex “Pope blames U.S. sex abuse crisis on ‘clericalism,’ leaves out homosexuality” Today, more friends of mine read that and burst out laughing.

@Pontifex “Pope blames U.S. sex abuse crisis on ‘clericalism,’ leaves out homosexuality” Today, more friends of mine read that and burst out laughing. “Why not blame it on the weather?” one of them said.

@Pontifex “(This pope) did not acknowledge the issue of homosexuality among clergy, offer concrete steps for resolution of the crisis, nor recognize the role of bishops in the scandal. In fact, the word “bishop” does not appear once in the entire letter.”



Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex “Woe to the shepherds of Israel who have been pasturing themselves! Should not shepherds, rather, pasture sheep?” – Book of Ezekiel 34 (The reading for today, Wednesday, August 22, Wednesday of the Twentieth week in Ordinary Time) Could any reading be more appropriate?

@Pontifex “Amoris Laetitia is Thomist, Pope tells author” (Crux) When I told a friend about this, she burst out laughing.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “We must protect the #Family. Our future depends on it.” That’s true, but as long as this pope lives in a fantasy world where the present crisis in the Church is caused by “clericalism” and not homosexual priests and bishops, the Church has no future.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich This is what this pope’s “clericalism” has done to the Body of Christ. But “clericalism”? Where do Cupich and this pope get this stuff? Face it. It’s not “clericalism,” it’s homosexuality among the clergy.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @TheJusticeDept I’m a Catholic, and I devoutly hope that the US Justice Department will investigate the entire US Catholic Church and its homosexual clergy. Use the RICO statute against criminal enterprises.

@Pontifex And this is what the “spirit” of the Council has brought us to: You have to wonder what depths that “spirit” came from.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich And this is what the “spirit” of the Council has brought us to: You have to wonder what depths that “spirit” came from. And again, “clericalism.” Please. My friends all roared with laughter when they heard that one.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The family is the cradle of life and the school of love and acceptance.” Let’s hope this pope doesn’t destroy the family with his errors and heresies, and with his fantasy that “clericalism” and not homosexuality is causing the crisis in the Church.

@Pontifex “Canadian archbishop says his faith has been shaken by abuse scandal” (Canadian Press) “It has shaken many people’s faith, including my own,” said Archbishop Anthony Mancini. “It is evident the evil goes deeper than imagined and the need for change even more urgent.”

@Pontifex “Virginia Bishop Michael Burbidge said the Catholic Church’s sex abuse crisis isn’t about lack of diocesan policies, rather, it’s about ‘evil’ being committed by priests and bishops.” At least one bishop doesn’t live in this pope’s fantasy world.

@Pontifex “Why Priests Won’t Protest Violations of Clerical Celibacy” Tragedy. Tragedy. Tragedy.

@Pontifex “If Pope Francis would like the Roman Catholic Church to enjoy any degree of moral credibility, he needs to ensure that all the abusers are removed from ministry.”

@Pontifex “Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley launches investigation into clergy sex crimes” What the Attorney General of Pennsylvania did, his counterpart in Missouri is now doing. I doubt these will be the only two states to launch investigations.

@Pontifex “Pope emphasizes religious freedom in address to Catholic lawmakers” (Vatican News) Now if only this pope would emphasize religious freedom for faithful Catholics as well.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The bond between a man and a woman generates life and communion.” True, but Amoris Laetitia and many of this pope’s other errors, together with his refusal to clear the homosexual rot from the clergy, call his support of that bond into question.

@Pontifex “New statements, new policies, new committees, new procedures cannot resolve this problem. If our bishops cannot institute serious reform, then we need new bishops.”

@Pontifex “Pope not expected to make further statement on abuse scandal” (Vatican Insider) Of course not. His “current policies should be adequate to address the crisis.” Like all the past policies. So let’s all just allow the US attorneys general to handle it now.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Is there anything precious that endures?” Yes, the truth endures, even if this pope soils it with error, heresy, and with the scandal of the homosexual members of his hierarchy. We pray for a good pope who will clean the rot of sodomy from the Church.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Is there anything precious that endures?” Yes, the truth endures, even if this pope soils it with error, heresy, and with the scandal of the homosexual members of his hierarchy. We pray for a good pope who will clean the rot of sodomy from the Church.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Our world needs a revolution of love!” What the world needs more and what the Church needs desperately is a revolution of truth, without the error and heresy of this pope, and without the way he ignores the homosexual rot in his clergy.

@Pontifex Almost beyond comprehension. Almost beyond belief. How long will God make the Church suffer under this pope?

@Pontifex We ask Our Lord: Dear God, hasn’t the Church suffered enough under this monstrous pontificate? End it, Lord. End it. And Lady, please, crush the serpent’s head with your heel.

@Pontifex Dear God, what did we do to deserve such a shameless, shameful pope? Forgive us, Lord, and send us a good pope, a decent pope, one who will build up your Church, instead of wrecking it.

@Pontifex “POPE FRANCIS MUST RESIGN.” Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “I ask our Blessed Mother to intercede for the healing of the survivors of abuse,” while millions of Catholics are asking our Blessed Mother to bring about this pope’s resignation and the election of a good and decent pope.


Deat Klaus,

A Republican has written an article ( in today’s New York Times in which he states,

“Corruption has been evident in Mr. Trump’s private and public life, in how he has treated his wives, in his business dealings and scams, in his pathological lying and cruelty, in his bullying and shamelessness, in his conspiracy-mongering and appeals to the darkest impulses of Americans.”

The Church has always taught that it is not permitted to carry out an evil action in order to do something good in the end. So, knowing what I know now, I believe it would be evil to vote for Trump again in order to try to achieve the good of another Supreme Court appointee who would act to end abortion.

In the next US presidential election in 2020, if there is again a choice between Trump (or someone like him) and someone like Hillary Clinton, my choice will be simply to abstain from voting or to vote for some tiny splinter party.

In Christo,




@Pontifex Millions pray that God will have mercy on His Church and quickly end the current pontificate of shame and horror.

@Pontifex And how will this pope punish Archbishop Viganò? Oh, I’m sure he’ll find a way. He always does.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Joseph Tobin has been appointed by Pope Francis to participate in the Synod of Bishops on young people.” (Catholic News Agency) “Dissident pro-LGBT priest given free rein in Cardinal Tobin’s archdiocese, celebrates ‘pride’ Mass” Uh oh.

@Pontifex And how will this pope take revenge on Archbishop Viganò? Oh we needn’t worry. This pope will find a way. He’s very good at that.

@Pontifex This pope and those who support sodomites among the clergy never punish those who do wrong. They punish those who TELL them someone is doing something wrong. Or else, they just ignore the whole thing – as long as they can.

@Pontifex About the latest excellent video, I hope this pope does resign, but I fear that like all men for whom power is the goal of their existence, he will cling to power and will take revenge on anyone, like Archbishop Viganò, who threatens his power.

@Pontifex This video shows how St. Francis de Sales explained to us “rigid” Catholics the experience of the (Traditional Latin) Mass. It’s different from the Novus Ordo Mass and the “new paradigm” claptrap so favored by the sodomite clergy and others.

@Pontifex “I am not going to say a word about this,” said the pope, referring to Archbishop Viganò’s letter. Of course he won’t. That would be inconsistent with his policy of lying, cover-up, error, heresy. But he will avenge himself on Archbishop Viganò.

@Pontifex This pope says it will do reporters “a lot of good” if they take time to think about the Viganò letter. Please. Gimme a break. What he means is that it will do HIM a lot of good if they give him time to think up a good cover story and a lie.

@Pontifex Millions of Catholics are demanding a COMPLETE AND FULL INVESTIGATION into the allegations brought forward by Archbishop Viganò. If the Church doesn’t carry out such an investigation, the United States’ attorneys general will. They’ve already started.

@Pontifex And now this pope has to avenge himself on Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas. With all of these acts of vengeance to undertake, this pope’s going to be a very busy man.

@Pontifex How long will we have to wait before the Vatican starts its campaign to discredit and smear Cardinal Viganò? Probably not long.

@Pontifex “In this dramatic moment, the pope must acknowledge his mistakes….Pope Francis must be the first to set a good example for cardinals and bishops who covered up McCarrick’s abuses and RESIGN ALONG WITH ALL OF THEM.” – Archbishop Viganò

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Be like Saint Monica and never give up. Pray unceasingly for your children.” And pray unceasingly that this pope – with his errors, heresies, anger and cover-up of sodomite clergy who are guilty of very grave sins – will RESIGN.

@Pontifex “The corruption and filth which have entered into the life of the Church must be purified at their roots. … Such purification can only take place with the full and uncompromised respect for the truth.” – Archbishop Viganò

@Pontifex “A man who aids, abets, protects and promotes such wicked, sexually perverted and predatory men is not fit for the Chair of St. Peter — he is fit for far worse.”

@Pontifex A friend commented, “So what is this pope’s strategy? Destroy Viganò, destroy his reputation. That is the way this pope will get his revenge on this good man who loves God and the Church. May God help us. Meanwhile, several US attorneys general continue to investigate.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “If the Lord has gifted you with riches, it is to do good things for others in His name.” It is sad the Lord hasn’t gifted this pope with spiritual riches. He would then spread truth, instead of error, heresy, and concealment of sodomite clerics.

@Pontifex @EdwardPentin Fr Thomas Rosica writes that true Christians “know that their own efforts form absolutely no part of their acceptance before God.” A friend said, “Such ‘Christians’ oppose 2,000 years of Church teaching. They, like Luther, are the real modern Pharisees.”

@Pontifex You can send your representatives out to smear Archbishop Viganò, as today on CNN, but that won’t protect you from the various US attorneys general who are investigating the American Church. They will investigate upwards, until they reach you. Protect yourself: resign.

@Pontifex How does this pope endure the shame of his pontificate and of his very existence?

@Pontifex How does this pope endure the shame of his pontificate and of his very existence?

@Pontifex The errors, the heresies, the lies, the cover-ups, the promotion of a network of homosexual clerics from Australia, to Chile, to Honduras, to the United States, among other countries – how does this pope bear the stench of shame that permeates his pontificate?




@Pontifex People in love with power – as this pope so clearly is – find it nearly impossible to give up that power. But surely, somewhere in this pope’s conscience, there is a nearly inaudible voice telling him that perhaps his soul is worth more than the pleasure of power.

@Pontifex Though this pope doesn’t believe in hell, it does exist. So now the question is this: he’s an old man, and does he really want to risk an eternity in hell merely for the sake of clinging to power as he is doing now? This pope should resign, for the good of his soul.

@Pontifex “Archbishop Viganò issues new statement, denies halting investigation of Archbishop Nienstedt” (LifeSite News) And yet this pope and his accomplices, like Cupich, will continue to smear Viganò. Better to do that than to clear the sodomite rot from the clergy, right?

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “Phoenix bishop: Archbishop Viganò is a man of truthfulness, faith and integrity” (Diocese of Phoenix) “Wisconsin bishop disappointed by Pope’s ‘no comment,’ praises Viganò’s ‘impeccable integrity’” (Diocese of Madison) What will this pope’s revenge be?

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich Cardinal Cupich says “we” are not going down the “rabbit hole” of the Viganò statement. Right. Teaching the truth, stopping this pope’s spread of error and heresy, clearing the sodomite rot from the clergy – all that’s just a “rabbit hole,” isn’t it?

@Pontifex (1 of 2) –Cardinal DiNardo: Viganò charges ‘deserve answers’
–Former nuncio official confirms Archbishop Viganò’s testimony
–Texas bishop says Vigano charges are credible, demands investigation
@Pontifex (2 of 2) –Wisconsin bishop disappointed by Pope’s ‘no comment,’ praises Viganò’s ‘impeccable integrity’
–Phoenix bishop: Archbishop Viganò is ‘a man of truthfulness, faith and integrity’

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “To pray is the first missionary task of every Christian.” And the first task of every pope – besides prayer – is to preserve Church teaching and to speak the truth, without error or heresy, and without covering up the sodomite rot among his clergy.

@Pontifex “Viganò tells the whole truth. I am a witness.” – Monsignor Jean-François Lantheaume

@Pontifex “Catholics, wake up: ‘Islam’ does not mean ‘peace.’ It means ‘submission’.” (And this pope should wake up too.)

@Pontifex “For people in the pews, things don’t look so great. In 1955, nearly 75 per cent of American Catholics went weekly to Mass. Today, only 39 percent do. Many Mass-going Catholics suffer wrecked sanctuaries, botched liturgies and moral confusion.”

@Pontifex An investigation, by the laity, of homosexuality among the clergy? Fine, but it’s already happening. The “laity” are the attorneys general of various states, and their grand juries. The USCCB can relax, this “laity” will take care of everything.

@Pontifex “The WMOF’s strange emphasis on the needs of LGBT families, and its relative silence on the plight of persecuted Christian families, signifies a grotesque loss of perspective on the part of the Catholic leadership.”

@Pontifex “This is How Archbishop Viganò gave me his memoir. And why I decided to publish it.”

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @Cardinal_Wuerl “Pope Francis’ silence on Viganò is graver scandal than what Viganò exposed”

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @Cardinal_Wuerl I’m Catholic, so I say, “Good for Josh Shapiro.” If it takes a Jew to expose the homosexual rot among many of the clergy in the Catholic Church, then so be it. Great. Kudos to Josh Shapiro.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @Cardinal_Wuerl Why Won’t Pope Francis Respond to Viganò? “I will not say one word”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Doubts about Viganò’s accusations aside, Pope Francis needs a better response” (RNS)

@Pontifex “Pope is ‘serene’ despite furor, says Secretary of State” (Catholic Herald) Let’s hope that in his “serenity,” the Serene and “Holy” Father will decide to answer the Viganò letter and then clear the sodomite rot from his clergy and hierarchy, and then resign.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich When will this pope really respond to the Viganò letter, instead of telling journalists to think about it (and respond for him). When will this pope respond, instead of having his accomplices smear Archbishop Viganò?

@Pontifex This pope loves power more than anything, certainly more than God, or so it appears. We get that. But now the question is this: Is he going to give up that power voluntarily, or is he going to be FORCED to give it up?

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “He loved power more than God.” Is that REALLY the way this pope wants people to remember him? When will he show that he loves God more? When will he resign?

@Pontifex “Bishop Schneider’s to-do list to renew Church in wake of Viganò revelations” This list will have to be implemented one day. This pope should do it now, instead of being condemned later for not doing it and leaving it for his successor.

@Pontifex “Bishop Paprocki: Pope’s response on McCarrick coverup ‘not adequate’” This pope always takes revenge on critics. How will he avenge himself on Bishop Paprocki?

@Pontifex “Pope handpicks US cardinal enmeshed in McCarrick scandal as youth synod delegate” You have to wonder if this pope will EVER understand.



In response to an article (

But we’ve been through this all before with the Borgia popes and their mistresses, and with the sodomite priests of the eleventh century that St. Peter Damian wrote about in “The Book of Gomorrah.”

Satan never sleeps, and often he succeeds in invading the Church. That’s why we’re the Church Militant. That’s why there are Church councils like Trent that can hold Satan at bay for four or five centuries.

Eventually there will be another Trent, and more centuries of such beauty that people will forget the present ugliness, just as we’ve largely forgotten the ugliness of the Borgia popes and the homosexual clergy of the eleventh century.



Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Pope Francis’ silence on Viganò is graver scandal than what Viganò exposed”

@Pontifex “The connection between liturgical abuse and abuse of minors” Of course this current pope will never see the connection, but one of his successors will. That successor will rebuild and restore the Church this pope has helped ruin.

@Pontifex The longer Fr. James Martin, Out at St. Paul, and other dissident individuals and groups are allowed to pursue their personal sexual interests and curiosities, the more clearly we will be able to identify which prelates must be removed.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The love of Christ, welcomed with an open heart, changes us, transforms us, and makes us able to love.” This pope responds with silence to the Viganò letter exposing the sodomites among his clergy. Does this pope even knows what love means?

@Pontifex “Here are the two questions which must be answered every day by each bishop: 1) What are you doing to solve the problem of homosexuality and other immoral behavior in the priesthood? 2) When are you going to resign?”

@Pontifex “Many bishops think their power makes them Teflon. They lash out; they deflect attention; or they make threats. It is the desire of the faithful that they simply go and never return. If the Church is to be renewed, we need to remove the cancer.”

@Pontifex This pope asks God to “strengthen our efforts to care for our common home.” What universe is this pope in? The Church is in crisis because of his errors and his refusal to deal with the homosexual rot among the clergy. And he’s worried about the environment? Dear God.

@Pontifex “Viganò reveals what really happened when Pope Francis met privately with Kim Davis” Oh God, why have You sent us a pope who lies so much? Send us a good and decent pope, the opposite of this one.

@Pontifex “4 Iranian Christians sentenced to combined 45 years in prison” This is one of the things – besides the homosexual rot and network among the clergy – that a good pope would be concerned with, more concerned than with “our common home.”

@Pontifex “Why in the name of God is calling on the Vatican not to defend sexual abusers a political issue for the press? Why aren’t the press asking the pope tough questions, instead of focusing on the supposed motivations of the whistleblowers?”

@Pontifex “Sorry, Cardinal Maradiaga. Edward Pentin is no ‘hitman’ and here’s proof” And with prayers that God will send us a good pope, one who will clear the homosexual rot – including Cardinal Maradiaga – from the Church.

@Pontifex A friend commented, “I’m convinced this pope will do nothing to clear the homosexual rot from the Church. He’s in La-La-Land. He thinks the issue will disappear if he ignores it. Ultimately, the US attorneys general and the US Justice Department will clear the rot.”

@Pontifex This pope remains in La-La-Land, trying to ignore the horrendous state of the Church. He tweets, “May God’s love become more and more the force that guides and directs our freedom.” Many pray, “May God’s truth be the force that guides the Church, not error and evasion.”

@Pontifex This video ( may burst into flame while your’re playing it, so be careful.

@Pontifex All over the world, huge numbers of people are praying that God will bring a speedy end to this nightmare of a pontificate, with all its sexual horrors, with this pope’s errors, heresies, and the corruption and sodomite rot in much of his clergy.

@Pontifex Eventually, this miserable pope is going to figure out that the more he tries to ignore the evil in the Church and among the sodomites in his clergy, the more that evil will grow, as it has grown at least since “the spirit of the Council” began wreaking its havoc.

@Pontifex “Attacking the whistleblower: the abuse-enabling culture is alive and well” (Thanks to this pope.)

@Pontifex “If there are problems, we should talk about them, not pretend they do not exist. We ask whether, since Cardinal McCarrick was a predator, those who defend him, and had such long associations with him, are or have been sexual predators as well.”

@Pontifex “The Church is dysfunctional. The unbalanced attacks on Archbishop Viganò, the desperate attempts to change the subject, are being carried out by people who are trying to protect the institution regardless of the rights and wrongs of it.”

@Pontifex Today this pope tweets about “true peace.” In the Church, “true peace” will spring from the good and holy pope that God will send us, and from His truth, not from the error, heresies, lies, diversions, and sodomite rot that this pope hides and enables.

@Pontifex At this pope’s Angelus today, a lone woman’s voice cried out, “VIGANO!” But of course this current pope ignores such things. And he’ll go on ignoring the sodomite rot among the clergy, of course. What else can he do? What else is he capable of?

@Pontifex At, you can find another account of abuse by a priest ( that is enough to break your heart. The apparently demonic “spirit of the Council” brings fruit and gifts that just keep giving. Will this pope never DO anything?

@Pontifex How long do we have to wait for a good and holy and strong pope who will clear away the homosexual rot from the clergy and rebuild the Church out of the wreckage this current pope will have left behind?

@Pontifex This current pope tweets, “Faith helps us grasp the meaning of life.” However, this is not true for Catholics who are shocked and disillusioned by this pope’s errors and confusion, and by his refusal to clear the homosexual rot from the clergy and from his hierarchy.


I devoutly hope I’m wrong, but I believe that this current pope will never, never, ever resign. If there is one overriding constant in his life, it seems to be his love of power. He appears to have always been oriented toward acquiring power. Power his been the whole purpose and meaning of his existence. For me, it is unthinkable that he would now give up the absolute power that he has worked his whole life to achieve.



Lieber Andreas – Grüß Gott!

Dein neue Volksmissale ist noch nicht angekommen. Ich lasse es dich wissen, sobald es hier ist!

Und noch einmal, wo es um Dein Gedanken im Brief an Radio Horeb geht: Es ist wirklich erstaunlich, wie viele Priester und Bischöfe alles tun, was sie wollen, ohne überhaupt über Gehorsam nachzudenken, aber sie erwarten von jedem, dass er ihnen gehorcht! Ich habe neulich einen kritischen Artikel über Priester gelesen, die die so genannte “Whatever Mass” (“was-auch-immer-Messe”) feiern, in der sie tun und beten, was auch immer sie wollen. Es ist diesen Priestern egal, was im Missale steht, und sie erwarten, natrürlich, dass wir eine solche Messe einfach hinnehmen!

Das ist ein Grund dazu, dass ich die traditionelle lateinische Messe liebe.

In Christo,




@Pontifex (1 of 3) Regarding the article at (, I devoutly hope I’m wrong, but I believe that this current pope will never, never, ever resign…. @Pontifex (2 of 3) …If there is one overriding constant in his life, it seems to be his love of power. He appears to have always been oriented toward acquiring power…. @Pontifex (3 of 3) …Power his been the whole purpose and meaning of his existence. For me, it is unthinkable that he would now give up the absolute power that he has worked his whole life to achieve.

@Pontifex “Pope says litter in oceans is an ‘emergency,’ won’t comment on sex abuse cover-up” (LifeSiteNews) “Cdl. Cupich: Pope’s ‘bigger agenda’ focuses on environment, migrants, not sex abuse” (LifeSiteNews) This pope and Cupich would be laughable, if they weren’t so tragic.

@Pontifex “Wall Street Journal: Pope must ‘explain the truth’ about McCarrick cover-up” (LifeSiteNews) Well, at least The Wall Street Journal gets it, even if this pope doesn’t.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis preaches on being ‘silent’ before ‘wild dogs’ in face of Viganó allegations” (LifeSiteNews) “BREAKING: Two Chicago priests arrested for public oral sex in Miami” (LifeSiteNews) Just who are the “wild dogs” this pope should be concerned with?

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “BREAKING: Two Chicago priests arrested for public oral sex in Miami” (LifeSiteNews) But Cupich says this pope should concern himself with the environment and migrants, not sex abuse. Oh, sure, that makes sense, doesn’t it? Where is Cupich’s HEAD?

@Pontifex “Clergy who promote LGBT are committing a ‘kind of apostasy’: Bishop Schneider” (LifeSiteNews) A friend commented, “Father Rosica would say it’s this pope who defines apostasy, since he isn’t bound by scripture or tradition or anything else, except his own whims.”

@Pontifex This pope says people should be “silent” about the homoexual rot among the clergy. But if we “discern” that our conscience compels us to speak out about this scandal, then this “discernment” must be followed, right?

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich Two priests from Cardinal Cupich’s archdiocese are arrested for engaging in oral sex in public. Cupich says the pope should be concerned with the environment and migrants, and not go down the “rabbit hole” of clergy sex abuse.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “Francis Finally Acknowledges the Crisis: ‘Litter’ in the Oceans” And with a heartwarming video that will just crack you up. “I mean, if you’re a hater of the Catholic Church, SNL couldn’t spoof it harder than this.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Carry peace with you to give it to others.” If only this pope would carry truth with him, instead of error, confusion, heresy, and the mendacious homosexual rot that infects the clergy, the hierarchy, and so many of this pope’s closest advisers.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “SAGINAW PRIEST GETS JAIL TIME FOR HOMOSEXUAL ASSAULT” Okay, but does this “rabbit hole” article deserve headline, when, as Cupich says, the environment and migrants are SO much more important.

@Pontifex @JamesMartinSJ “Layman responds to Fr. James Martin: ‘It’s hate not to tell LGBT that gay sex leads to hell’”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis lauds motorcyclists’ passion for life” (Vatican Press Office) This pope can’t be serious. With all the homosexual rot among the clergy, he’s gotta be kidding, doesn’t he? We pray for a strong and holy pope, not one obsessed with – and clinging to – power.

@Pontifex What does it profit a man to cling to power – especially the power of the papacy – and lose his own soul?

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich Hanging on to the office of bishop, archbishop, or cardinal – what does it profit a man to do that, if he loses his own soul?

@Pontifex Oh, NOW I get it: “Pope Francis lauds motorcyclists’ passion for life” (Vatican Press Office). This pope thinks if he praises bikers, he can polish up the macho image of the clergy. I don’t think it’ll work. The homosexual rot remains.

@Pontifex “After Viganò’s testimony, the ‘pontifical secret’ will never be the same again” (Catholic Herald) Right. Let’s not be concerned with the homosexual network among the clergy that Viganò revealed. Let’s focus on the “pontifical secret.” That’s MUCH more important.

@Pontifex “The attempts to rewrite the doctrine that homosexual acts are disordered and therefore forbidden are conspicuous. Pope Francis is surrounded by cardinals and advisors who are headed in this direction.” – Auxiliary Bishop Marian Eleganti of Chur

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl “Washington Post columnist criticizes Cardinal Wuerl as ‘con man’” A friend commented, “Well, maybe not a con man, but certainly a liar.”

@Pontifex “Over 32,000 Catholic women ask Pope if he covered up for sex abuser McCarrick, as Viganò claims” A friend commented, “I hope these women aren’t really expecting an answer from this pope. He never answers questions he doesn’t like.”

@Pontifex “Australia’s Daily Telegraph: Pope must answer Viganò’s claims or ‘resign’” Of course he’ll answer, in the same way he answered the “Dubia.”

@Pontifex “The existence of a homosexual lobby in the Vatican, which was revealed by the cardinals’ report of December 2012, is a scandal which Pope Francis has taken no steps to correct, and which he has indeed accentuated.”

@Pontifex “Vatican Academy for Life attacks Viganò, tweets articles that it says ‘contradict…account’” “What on earth is the Pontifical Academy of Life doing getting involved in the partisan attacks on Viganò?” asked Mary Strow. “This is disgraceful.”


Lieber Andreas,

Du hast vollkommen recht, als Du schreibst, „Dazu scheint mir, dass fast genau die Bischöfe und Kardinäle, die in diesem Punkt gegenüber den klaren Anweisungen von Papst Benedikt ,ungehorsam’ sind, jetzt vehement den ,blinden’ Gehorsam gegenüber Papst Franzikus einfordern!”

Aber keine Sorge, wenn es über Radio Horeb „fast nur ,Friede, Freude, Eierkuchen'” herrscht, gibt es in Amerika und England und in der ganzen englischsprachigen Welt regelrechte Empörung darüber, was in der Kirche geschieht, insbesonder über den jetzigen Papst und sein Schweigen über das Netzwerk von Homosexuellen im Klerus und im Vatikan. Auf meiner Twitter-Seite (@BennettRobertJ) kann man etwas von dieser Empörung (auf Englisch) lesen.

In Christo




@Pontifex This pope tweets “give yourselves to others” and says that this will make you happy. Doesn’t he know that the more he hides the truth in error, confusion, and heresy, and the more he covers up the homosexual network among his clergy, the more unhappy he will be?

@Pontifex “It appears to us on the outside that Rome fiddles while the Church burns. The Holy Father is said to be calm and serene in the midst of the firestorm, rather like Nero playing his fabled fiddle.”

@Pontifex Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Missouri, Illinois, and Nebraska – these are all the American states in which the attorneys general have officially launched investigations into sexual misconduct in the Catholic Church in the U.S. There 44 other American states.

@Pontifex “List of bishops, cardinals who support investigating Viganò’s claims (live updates)”

@Pontifex “Canon lawyer: Pope Francis ‘should resign’ if Viganò’s testimony is true”

@Pontifex “Shall the sexual violence about which people were silent for years now truly again be officially answered with silence? What a mockery of the victims!”

@Pontifex “Accuse yourself, not others, Pope counsels Christians” (Vatican News) This current pope should follow his own counsel.

@Pontifex “The New York state attorney general’s office will launch its own Pennsylvania-style grand jury probe into the eight dioceses of the Church in New York state — another target rich environment for clerical sexual assault and cover-up.”

@Pontifex This power-obsessed pope abandoned the only real power there is, the power of God and the power of truth, in favor of the Vatican’s puny political power. And now this pope will have to cower before the attorney general of the state of New York.

@Pontifex Today this pope’s Tweet is concerned with education. Fine, but with six US attorneys general investigating the sexual activities and crimes of the clergy, shouldn’t this pope be asking himself how his own errors and confusion have contributed to the ruin in the Church?

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl With the attorneys general of New York and New Jersey now looking into the sexual misconduct of the clergy in those states, I hope Wuerl has his passports and tickets ready for his flight to Rome – “flight” in every sense of the word.

@Pontifex Fr. David Palmer has pointed out that the number one reason for believing Viganò is telling the truth is the “deafening silence of Pope Francis.” Another reason: this pope tweets about everything – EXCEPT the sexual misconduct of the clergy.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “If you are a Catholic and not boiling over with justified anger, then something’s wrong.”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich Will the lies and corruption and sheer immorality in the Church – in the Vatican and among the clergy and hierarchy – ever end?

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich The lies, the corruption, the denial, the sheer immorality in the Church and in the Vatican – how did we ever come to this? The demonic “spirit” of the Council has born much fruit.

@Pontifex “It’s not only that the Vatican has consistently lobbied for more migrants, but also that it seems unconcerned for the victims that result from increased migration. Church leaders have largely failed to acknowledge that there is a problem.”

@Pontifex As the situation in Europe worsens, the Church will be seen as one of the accountable parties. Because Church leaders failed to provide due warning about the aggressive nature of Islam, they will be held responsible for a failure to protect. Because they encouraged and facilitated migration from cultures known to be misogynistic, anti-Semitic, and anti-Christian, they will be accused of reckless endangerment or its moral equivalent.

@Pontifex “When I hear prelates talk more about saving the environment than saving souls I’m smelling sulphur. When I hear prelates justifying a sexual immorality that breaks the sacrament of marriage in the cause of ‘peace and mercy’ I’m smelling smoke.”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich From “Chicago dominated by gay mafia for decades” “Pope Francis, if you are guilty of removing sanctions placed upon McCarrick, step down. This would be the holy and noble thing to do.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “May the Virgin Mary help us abandon ourselves with joy to God’s plan for our lives.” May Our Lady help this pope abandon himself to truth and recognize that God’s plan is for him to stop protecting the Church’s homosexual priest network – and resign.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich Investigations in sexual abuse by Catholic priests carried on by the attorneys general in these American states: Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico. How many more will there be?

@Pontifex “The Word of Everlasting Life has survived many corrupt popes and much adversity before and will continue well beyond your silence, Pope Francis.”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich This pope’s supporters say that it’s not proper for the Catholic laity to judge the pope. I tend to agree. We can criticize but not judge. We should leave it up to non-Catholic state attorneys general to judge this pope.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich It may be only a matter of time before one of the eight* state attorneys general involved with investigations of Church sex abuse cover-ups starts to focus on this current pope and the homosexual rot among the clergy. *The eight states are: Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico


Oh, we can all just ignore reports like this (, right? We all know it’s just Islamophobic propaganda from Christians with nothing better to do. For 1400 years, Islam has been a religion of peace, nothing but peace, nothing but peace, peace, peace. And Muslims will murder anyone who denies that.



@Pontifex This pope tweets, “God never goes back on His love!” True, but a pope can go back on his love of God by lying, by covering up the homosexual network among the clergy, by spreading error, confusion, and heresy, and by being a pope who is unfaithful to Church teaching.

@Pontifex We can all just ignore reports like this (, right? We all know it’s just Islamophobic propaganda from Christians with nothing better to do. For 1400 years, Islam has been a religion of peace, nothing but peace, nothing but peace, peace, peace.

@Pontifex “A new Carmel has been founded in the diocese of Harrisburg, which uses the traditional Mass and Office, and is undergoing a surge in vocations.” Let’s hope this pope doesn’t do to this Carmel what he did to the FFI.

@Pontifex “Pope at Angelus: ‘do not be deaf or silent in the face of suffering'” But it’s okay for this pope to be silent in the face of the suffering of all those victimized by the priests referred to in Archbishop Vigano’s letter.

@Pontifex Why prosecute the sodomite clergy when you can go after an innocent man – Archbishop Vigano – who exposed the sodomite clergy? ( A friend commented, “Mercy? Justice? From THIS pope? Don’t make me laugh.”

@Pontifex If this pope wishes to remain silent about the homosexual rot among the clergy, that’s fine. The attorneys general of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico will investigate the matter thoroughly without this pope.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Let us involve ourselves in our relationship of love with Jesus.” Let this pope involve himself in a relationship of truth with Jesus and stop lying, spreading error, and covering up the homosexual rot in the Vatican and in the entire clergy.

@Pontifex This video is almost impossible to watch, although this current pope should probably watch it so that he knows what the Church is in for, especially when all the US state attorneys general complete their investigations. There’ll be more of this.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis has frequently spoken of his need to be a humble servant of the people of God….Will Pope Francis emulate Peter, or will he mirror the pride of Judas?”

@Pontifex This pope thinks his silence will make people and the media forget about the Vigano testimony and “move on,” and it will. But the attorneys general of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, and New Mexico will not forget or “move on.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets why “Jesus came down on earth.” He came down to earth so that His Vicar would be a decent and holy man, who tells the truth and does not spread error and who will not tolerate sodomite clergy or the ruin of the Church. Someday we will have such a pope.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Donald Wuerl has become the poster boy for this evil. Power-hungry, lying, tone-deaf — owing to his hubris.”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “We’ve had enough exhortations to be silent. Cry out with a thousand tongues – I see the world is rotten because of silence.” – St Catherine of Siena

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich A friend asked, “How did we ever come to this? How did we ever let the demonic ‘spirit’ of the Council do this to the Church?”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich CNN reports, and the Pennsylvania Attorney General confirms, that Cardinal Wuerl has not told the truth about the homosexual scandals in the Church. Will Wuerl resign? Of course not. Dream on.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis: Satan tries to ‘uncover’ bishops’ sin to ‘scandalize the people’” (LifeSiteNews) Oh, please. Gimme a break. Satan is doing a VERY good job of scandalizing the people by having the pope downplay the gravity of the homosexual rot in the Church.

@Pontifex This pope says Satan is scandalizing the people by revealing bishops’ sins? Oh, sure. Hey, everyone complained about the pope’s silence on this issue, and now we all wish he’d remained silent instead making ridiculous statements like that.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl There are reports that Cardinal Wuerl has gone to Rome to discuss his resignation with this current pope. If this is true, Wuerl might want to consider staying in Rome, because he may find himself in increasing legal jeopardy as the investigations by the attorneys general of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida continue. If the US has no extradition treaty with the Vatican, then Wuerl will be safer in Rome than in the US.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “The bishop is a man of prayer, proclamation, and communion, Pope tells new missionary bishops” (Zenit) A friend commented, “I don’t see how this pope can say things like that with a straight face!”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl “Kentucky attorney general wants to investigate state Catholic dioceses” So now we can add Kentucky to the list of investigations by state attorneys general: Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida, Kentucky.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Mary our Mother knows the joys and difficulties that we experience.” And she expects her Son’s Vicar on earth not to increase those difficulties with lies, error, confusion, silence, and a cover-up of the vast homosexual network in the clergy.

@Pontifex “Perhaps more significant is a remark by Cardinal Bergoglio to Rabbi Abraham Skorka, published in 2010, a year after Father Grassi’s conviction, that cases of clerical sexual abuse ‘had never arisen’ in his diocese. It is an example of the characteristic habit of Jorge Bergoglio of disposing of inconvenient facts by denying their existence.” So much for Bergoglio’s policy of “zero tolerance.”

@Pontifex Right. “shoot the messenger.” Don’t go after the homosexual rot in the clergy, Bergoglio, go after the man – Archbishop Vigano – who EXPOSED the homosexual rot in the clergy. Satan must be having a REALLY good laugh over that one.



Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “Cardinal Cupich: Callous statements reflect a deadened conscience and a gross lack of self-awareness” This pope and Cupich can ignore the homosexual rot in the clergy, but the attorneys general of seven states certainly won’t.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Wuerl Plans to Discuss Resignation With Pope” Maybe he should also discuss it with the attorneys general of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida, and Kentucky

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Pope Francis attacked and stonewalled sex abuse victims while archbishop of Buenos Aires” And of course he was silent about it for years. Will US attorneys general tolerate this kind of silence?

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Leaked sex abuse report rocks German church, 3,677 victims” Germans won’t react as loudly as Americans have. Germans will simply continue – silently – to leave the Church, as they’ve done for years already.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Priest describes ‘cesspools’ of homosexual immorality in German dioceses”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Anyone who blames abuse crisis on ‘clericalism’ is part of the abuse crisis cover-up: Psychiatrist” A friend again commented, “CLERICALISM? Oh, gimme a break. No one can really BELIEVE that!”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “German bishops are ‘ashamed and despondent’ about the extent of clerical sexual abuse in their 27 dioceses.” But of course not so “ashamed and despondent” that they’ll actually DO anything to stop it.

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Pope summons presidents of world’s bishops conferences to discuss abuse crisis” This pope is just FULL of great ideas! That’s JUST what we need: more discussion. (Well, at least he’s moved on from “silence.”)

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “Highly regarded cardinal reaffirms no Communion for the civilly divorced and remarried” Finally, a sane cardinal. If only we had a pope like that. Millions are praying for an end to this hellish pontificate.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “When I am merciful, I am a true child of the Father.” A pope must understand the difference between real mercy and “mercy” for sinners who don’t repent, between real mercy and covering up the homosexual rot among the clergy. This pope doesn’t get it.

@Pontifex “It’s clear that the Pope no longer has any credibility on this issue. He is covering up and cannot expect the world to take him seriously as one bent on making the necessary reforms to end this evil plague on the Body of Christ.”

@Pontifex “Come on Holy Father, do the right thing. Get rid of your underlings who have and still are perpetrating this great evil, announce your own guilt and then step aside. Leave the February meeting of bishops from around the world — some of whom are more than likely also wrapped up in all this — to your successor.

@Pontifex “What Abp. Viganò said about Bergoglio is the absolute truth. There’s a lot of evidence that proves that Pope Francis covers up for homosexuals, degenerates and pedophiles. I don’t know if this crisis will put an end to Bergoglio’s infamous management. If God allows, it will. I also agree that he should resign, definitely. Everything he says and does inflicts evil upon the Church.”

@Pontifex “Pope Francis attacked and stonewalled sex abuse victims while archbishop of Buenos Aires” Zero tolerance? Sure.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis: Catholics who ‘enter into logic of accusing’ are doing Satan’s work” Catholics who enter into the logic of revealing the truth about this pope’s errors and his cover-up of the homosexual rot among the clergy are doing God’s work.

@Pontifex “When will Catholics wake up and see the ‘mess’ Pope Francis has made?…There are still some Catholics who are digging in their heels. They refuse to believe that any pope can be as bad as this pope would have to be, if the most natural “reading” of things turns out to be true—so it must not be true!”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Evil can only be opposed with love.” Not exactly. The evil of the current pontificate must also be opposed by truth, a correction of this pope’s errors, and a complete elimination of the sodomite network among the clergy and hierarchy.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Contemplating the Cross means contemplating a sign of defeat and a sign of victory.” It also means, for this pope, admitting his errors in covering up sexual abuse and financial irregularities – or else US state attorneys general will do it for him.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “So here we have a situation where one of the most notable archdioceses in the country is headed by a cardinal who:
Either lies and repeats the lies or is over the top ignorant of all sorts of stuff that everyone else in the western hemisphere has known for decades.”

@Pontifex “The traditional movement worldwide is awakening at last to the full magnitude of the harm that was wrought and is seeing, ever more clearly, the only way forward: total adherence to the Roman rite in its Tridentine form, prior to the arrogant meddling of myopic experts.”

@Pontifex @Cardinal_Wuerl @CardinalBCupich “He’s a ‘tremendous leader…we need him’: Cdl. Dolan defends Wuerl amid abuse crisis” Dolan’s kidding, right?

@Pontifex “A meeting of the world’s bishops to talk about abuse? Please, not more talk. Action!” “The meeting will take place next February—more than five years after the Pope announced his plan to set up a special commission to recommend plans and policies for ‘the prevention of abuse of minors and vulnerable adults.’ So you might ask yourself, what has that commission been doing these five years?”



Some Tweets:

@Pontifex “Pope links sexual abuse in Chile, Ireland, United States to ‘elitist,’ ‘clericalist’ Church” (La Civiltà Cattolica) But of course it has nothing to do with the homosexual network or sodomite rot among the clergy. This pope’s joking, right?

@Pontifex Cardinal Dolan: “I do think we need to take Archbishop Viganò’s allegations seriously. I trust the Pope very much. I think he’s going to say we need to get to the bottom of this.” Get to the bottom of it? This pope? Don’t hold your breath.

@Pontifex Cardinal Dolan: “I do think we need to take Archbishop Viganò’s allegations seriously.” Dolan should be careful what he wishes for. His archdiocese has one of the highest ratios of homosexual priests to parishioners in the entire country.

@Pontifex One more state has been added to the list of those states where the attorney general is investigating the Catholic Church: Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida, West Virginia.

@Pontifex @CardinalDolan “American cardinal says his own mother is ’embarrassed to be Catholic'” I’m sure his mother would be even more embarrassed if she knew that his archdiocese has one of the highest concentrations of homosexual priests and one of the most powerful networks of sodomite clergy in the country.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Only by giving our life do we conquer evil.” It depends on what we give our life TO. If we give our life to error, confusion, covering-up sodomy among the clergy, as this pope does, then his life ADDS TO evil; his life doesn’t conquer it.

@Pontifex The pope tweets that “Only by giving our life do we conquer evil.” It depends on what we give our life TO. If this pope gives his life to taking REVENGE on Archbishop Vigano for actually EXPOSING evil, then this pope ADDS TO evil instead of conquering it.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Only by giving our life do we conquer evil.” No need for this pope to worry. The attorneys general of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida, and West Virginia will help him “conquer evil.”

@Pontifex From “Pope appoints Cardinals Blase Cupich & Joseph Tobin (who both owe their appointments to homosexual predator Theodore McCarrick) to Synod on Youth. Nothing will change as long as this man sits on the Chair of Peter. @Pontifex Resign”

@Pontifex “On the Pope and Abuse, Who Are the Real ‘Falsifiers of the Word’? – It is a crisis that, as has been affirmed by many, is one of ‘pervasive homosexuality’ of priests and bishops.”

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @CardinalDolan @Cardinal_Wuerl “It is a crisis that, as has been affirmed by many, is one of “pervasive homosexuality” of priests and bishops, but about which the institutional Church says nothing. Nothing is said about it in the announcement of the meeting of the Bishops’ Conferences next February (February! That is five months from now…), nor did the pope mention it in his letter to the Chilean bishops, and in other official communications no mention of it is made. Why? What is it that they don’t want to say? Are we wrong for thinking there are those who ‘falsify the word’ by intentional omission? In order to cover up whom and what?”

@Pontifex “Cardinal Maradiaga rebukes papal critics: McCarrick abuse scandal ‘of a private order’” Oh God, so if a cleric is guilty of grave sin, a “sin that cries to heaven for vengeance,” it’s merely a PRIVATE MATTER? Lord, deliver us from this pope.

@Pontifex Another brilliant PR move! Archbishop Viganò accuses the Vatican of being like the Mafia – omertà and all – so what does this pope do? He goes to Sicily, condemns the Mafia, tells young men not to join them. BRILLIANT ploy! This pope’s a genius at covering up the truth!

@Pontifex This pope tweets today, “Let us deal with climate change….” Right. Forget about the homosexual network among the clergy and hierarchy. Forget about the sodomite prelates molesting seminarians. It’s CLIMATE CHANGE the Church has got to worry about! (And CLERICALISM!)

@Pontifex Andrea Tornielli, a journalist who is said to be close to this pope, has no doubt that Vigano’s testimony is true.

@Pontifex This Remnant TV video is over the top? Really?

@Pontifex “Vatican to Allow Beijing to Name Bishops – Will the same people who are tearing down churches and burning bibles suddenly cease and desist simply because they have signed an agreement with the Vatican? It seems unlikely.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “It takes effort to always do good… The road to holiness is not for the lazy!” Well, that road is definitely not for a pope who spreads error and confusion, takes revenge on critics, is silent about Archbishop Vigano’s assertions, and covers up evil.

@Pontifex Michael says (, “It’s not precisely clear at this point what can now be done in response…” Well, the attorneys general of Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida, West Virginia, and other states are pretty clear what THEY can do in response. So there’s going to be an investigation – in fact LOTS of investigations. These and other US attorneys general don’t particularly care if this pope says, “Nope, ain’t going to happen,” because if the pope won’t investigate, they certainly will.

@Pontifex “Gay predators in the Church have not gone away.” No, of course not, but this pope says they’ve gone away, or at least we won’t talk about them. So that’s that. End of story, right?

@Pontifex Countless numbers of Catholics all over the world are praying that God will send us a good pope. Soon. Before any more damage has been done to His Church.

@Pontifex “Live humbly, be close to the poor, Pope tells Capuchin Franciscans” (Vatican Press Office) But DO NOT, under any circumstances, allow the Traditional Latin Mass to be celebrated, otherwise you’ll wind up like the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate.



Wenn die russische Fahne nicht auf dem Vatikan wehen wird, dann wird es vielleicht die islamische Fahne sein! Die Mutter Gottes hat bei Wien und Lepanto Europa gerettet, aber wird sie genug Geduld haben, das wieder zu tun?

Und doch, wer weiß? Viele Menschen beten, und die Welt wird möglicherweise noch konvertiert und die Katastrophe vermieden werden.



Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex This pope tweets: “Meek and humble of heart…This is Jesus.” If only we had a pope like that. Jesus didn’t spread error and confusion, did not take revenge on critics, was not power-hungry, did not cover-up homosexual scandals, was not silent about a sodomite network.

@Pontifex “Be merciful to others, rather than ‘entering into the logic’ of Satan the accuser, Pope preaches at weekday Mass” (Vatican News) Yes, be merciful, but don’t enter Satan’s logic of ignoring and covering up grave sins that cry out to heaven for God’s vengeance.

@Pontifex And now it begins in New York. If this pope says that it’s Satan accusing clergy in the New York archdiocese, he’d be wrong. It’s not Satan, it’s the New York Attorney General.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Maradiaga has accused Edward Pentin of being a “hitman” who is the “enemy of reform.” This preposterous accusation comes from one of the Pope’s closest advisers. The mind simply boggles at this kind of language, which ill befits a Prince of the Church.”

@Pontifex “According to a poll conducted by CNN, less than half of all Americans (48 percent) now have a favorable view of Pope Francis, down from 66 percent in 2017 and 72 percent during the early days of his pontificate.”

@Pontifex Catholics all over the world pray for this pope’s conversion, or that God will send us a new pope, a good pope.

@Pontifex God was able to convert the Good Thief on the cross, after a lifetime of sin and foolishness, so he could also convert this current pope from a lifetime of error, confusion, and covering up for the homosexual rot among the clergy. We must all beg Him to do that.

@Pontifex_fr “Verra-t-on dans un proche avenir, le diocèse de Reims partagé entre l’islam et les catholiques attachés à la forme extraordinaire?”

@Pontifex “Silence is not an option when it comes to sexual abuse.” (Except for this current poor pope it seems to still be an option. God have mercy on this poor misguided pope.)

@Pontifex “Pope invites cardinals implicated in sex abuse cover-up to Youth Synod” Will this poor pope never learn? We have to pray, and keep praying, that God will send us a good, intelligent, holy pope.

@Pontifex “THE HOMOSEXUAL NETWORK IN DETROIT, PART II” And this current poor pope is simply IGNORING all this? Keeping silent about it? Saving it for a conference FIVE MONTHS from now? Is he stupid, or corrupt, or what? How long, Oh Lord, how long?

@Pontifex This poor pope tweets: “Goodness is loving and never imposes itself. It is a choice.” Goodness is also a battle against the kind of evil in the Vatican and in the Church, like the pure evil that is described in this article:

@Pontifex “What sense does it make, then, for one of the Pope’s top advisers, Cardinal Andrés Rodriguez Maradiaga’ to assert that ‘The scandal of ex-Cardinal McCarrick’s homosexual abuse of young priests and seminarians and Pope Francis’ alleged cover-up are ‘of a private order’ and a merely ‘administrative affair.’ That statement itself gives grave scandal.”

@Pontifex Christ said that the Gates of Hell would not prevail against the Church, but He said nothing about a wretched pontificate like the one we’re suffering through now.

@Pontifex “Jesuit priest from pro-gay parish removed after ‘boundary violations’ with male parishioner” “Boundary violations”? “BOUNDARY VIOLATIONS”? What does THAT mean? He visited the guy’s house without visa?

@Pontifex “To Archbishop Carlo Viganò’s allegations, Pope Francis will say not a word. But on the theme of the Great Accuser, he has preached four times.” Of course he won’t say a word about Viganò. That would be to betray all his sodomite clergy.

@Pontifex “Pope Francis to allow Chinese communists to select bishops in forthcoming Vatican/Beijing deal” Oh, that’s a REALLY smart move! Betray all the white martyrs and red martyrs in China? Well sure, why not? Martyrdom is SO neo-Pelagian, SO “rigid.”

@Pontifex A story about the death of a priest in the Diocese of Buffalo, New York. He committed “suicide” by shooting himself twice in the head. before he was scheduled to meet with the then Nuncio in Washington, Archbishop Vigano, to report on homosexual priests in Buffalo. No wonder Archbishop Vigano has disappeared.

@Pontifex “Austrian bishop hopes Pope will speak on Viganò report” ( Dream on, Your Excellency.

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “We ask that Jesus protect our Church always.” “OUR” Church? Catholics beg Jesus to protect HIS Church from this pope “The injection of heresy into the lifeblood of the Church is now able to be achieved.”

@Pontifex Catholics everywhere are asking, “Dear God, why have You abandoned us to the ravages of this pope?”

@Pontifex “Pope role in study of Argentine sex abuse case in spotlight” Perhaps it will be the civil authorities who save the Church. God operates in mysterious ways.

@Pontifex Catholics everywhere are praying that God will convert this pope, make him a good and holy man, and not allow him to destroy the Church.

@Pontifex This pope can continue to try to destroy the Church by manipulating the Synod of Bishops, but a future pope or a future council will declare this pope a heretic and his “teachings” null and void. It’s happened before in the history of the Church.


A message for the American bishops: “Faithful Catholics are the only real allies in the Church you have left, and the sooner you realize that, the less devastated you will feel.”

This poor pope won’t help the American bishops. They’ve found that out the hard way. This current shell of a pope knows all of Vigano’s accusations lead straight back to him.

So are they just going to leave it up to the US state attorneys general, and the Argentine civil authorities?

God help us.



Lieber Andreas, Grüß Gott,

danke für Deine neueste Nachricht über den Artikel “Du sollst nicht lügen.”

Was dieser armselige Papst nicht zu verstehen scheint, ist, dass Jesus den Sündern Barmherzigkeit erwiesen hat, aber “dies sind bekehrte Sünder” und einige von ihnen, wie den Heiligen Paul und andere, hat Jesus später sogar “in die höchsten Ränge erhoben,” (wie Christopher O. Blum und Bischof Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet in einem Buch, “Meditations on Mary”, und in einem Aufsatz (auf Englisch) ( betonen).

Jesus hatte keine Barmherzigkeit gegenüber Sündern, die sich weigerten, Reue zu empfinden, bekehrt zu werden und ihr Leben zu ändern. Er hat keine praktizierenden Homosexuellen und Sodomiten und ihre Unterstützer und Wegbereiter „in die höchsten Ränge erhoben“, was der jetzige bedauernswerte Papst durchaus bereit zu tun oder zumindest zu tolerieren ist.

Und dann darüber zu lügen.

In Christo,




Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex This poor pope tweets: “Peace is a choice: it cannot be imposed; it isn’t found by chance.” In the Church, peace comes from a pope who speaks the truth, who is good and holy, who does not cover up the evils of a homosexual clergy and a sodomite network in the Vatican.

@Pontifex A message for the American bishops: “Faithful Catholics are the only real allies in the Church you have left, and the sooner you realize that, the less devastated you will feel.” This poor pope won’t help the American bishops. They’ve found that out the hard way. This current shell of a pope knows all of Vigano’s accusations lead straight back to him. So are the US bishops just going to leave it up to the US state attorneys general, and the Argentine civil authorities? God help us all.

@Pontifex “I have a number of friends who have escaped abusive marriages. They tell me that Pope Francis is sounding more and more like the men who abused them. He’s sounding like the men who hid that abuse from the world.”

@Pontifex The pope will not deign to respond to the Viganò allegations. He can’t, because they are true. He will not respond to the dubia; he can’t. He will not respond to any of the scandals swirling around himself and his malevolent papal courtiers. He can’t, because he would have to fire all his collaborators.

@Pontifex “In any case, this much is certain: barring Bergoglio’s conversion and reversal of course, the Church cannot abide this pontificate any longer. One way or another, the Church will have to repel an attacker at her very summit.”

@Pontifex Another “rigged” synod coming up? This time on “youth.” The homosexuals in the hierarchy and the sodomite network in the Vatican should have LOTS of fun with this one, not to mention the Chief Heretic himself.

@Pontifex Forwarded from Edward Pentin: “‘Thou Shalt Not Lie’ — a 19 page @DerSPIEGEL cover story on #PopeFrancis’ pontificate due out Saturday, drawing on reporting from Rome and Buenos Aires.”

@Pontifex Catholics everywhere are asking, “Dear God, how long do we have to suffer the ravages of this current pope and his wretched papacy? Send us a good and holy pope, Dear God, we beg You.”

@Pontifex (1 of 2) “Holy See Signs Provisional Agreement With China on Appointment of Bishops – The Vatican says the agreement, which has split Catholics in China, will possibly be subject to ‘periodic reviews’.” (2 of 2) “Possibly be subject to periodic reviews”? Oh good. When you betray a large number of people, it’s always useful to be able to subject that betrayal to possible “periodic reviews.” I mean, you never know when you might want to heighten the degree of betrayal.

@Pontifex (1 of 3) If Cardinal Dolan really is waiting for an apostolic visitation (, he’s going to have a long wait. The pope made it clear that there will be NO apostolic visitation to the United States. Apparently Dolan didn’t get the memo. (2 of 3) For this poor pope, apparently, the best response to “the Great Accuser” is SILENCE. (3 of 3) And, as in the past, this poor pope’s going to keep it that way, at least until one or more American state attorneys general or the civil authorities in Argentina who are investigating his lies somehow force him to talk.

@Pontifex “The Pope had been expected to have veto power over bishops nominated by Chinese authorities although, along with other details, this wasn’t mentioned in the announcements.” Of course it wasn’t mentioned in this betrayal, because it isn’t there.

@Pontifex “Archbishop Chaput publishes critique of Synod working document” Uh oh, I think we know who the next object of this poor pope’s vengeance is going to be.

@Pontifex “Cardinal Parolin defends deal with China” ( “The terms of the agreement will not be made public.” Of course not. When you betray a vast number of people, and martyrs living and dead, why make it public?

@Pontifex @CardinalDolan “Former judge appointed to investigate New York archdiocese on abuse issues” Great! Now if only someone were appointed to investigate the archdiocese on the issues of its large number of sodomite clergy and its homosexual network.

@Pontifex (1 of 3) “The Pope preached that the ‘doctors of the law’ ‘have an attitude that only the hypocrites use often: they are scandalized.” Right, this poor pope’s famous “doctors of the law.” (2 of 3) He doesn’t mention the other group that is scandalized by his lies, by the sodomite hierarchy, by the homosexual network in the Vatican and throughout the Church — (3 of 3) this other group that is scandalized is the group known as faithful Catholics, but of course these people are just “rigid, neo-Pelagians,” as far as this poor pope is concerned (or else just another class of hypocrites).

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “Priests sent by Cupich allude to Fr. Kalchik’s ‘death’ if he refuses treatment” The Dictator Pope is as bad as Stalin. First “psychiatric care” and then death threats.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich This article ( describes real “mercy,” doesn’t it? This would be a joke of a pontificate, if it weren’t so potentially deadly. No wonder Archbishop Viganò also went into hiding.

@Pontifex “Archbishop close to Pope suggests Archbishop Viganò suffers from a delusional mental illness” Is there no end to the wretchedness of this pontificate? Where is the “imperfect council” that can deal with the worst pope in at least 500 years?

@Pontifex If there’s no “imperfect council” to depose this pope, maybe the American state attorneys general or the civil authorities in Argentina can do the job.

@Pontifex This poor pope tweets, “Let us offer our lives in service and in joy.” But in fact he now offers his life to this: “Revealing ‘The Great Accuser’: Pope Francis Fires Back at Crictics Despite Pledge of Silence” And he accuses OTHERS of hypocrisy?

@Pontifex So now it’s this pitiable pope who claims to be the real victim? Oh, the poor guy. Meanwhile, his accomplice Maradiaga says it’s all the fault of that “megalomaniac” Viganò. Catholics ask: “When will God free us from this pontificate from hell?”



(Response to a comment about the beauty of European churches:)

Yes, the exteriors are very fine, but you should see how the so-called “spirit of the council” has ravaged the INTERIOR of some German churches.

There’s a lovely centuries-old church near my apartment in Dusseldorf which once had a gorgeous baroque altar. Some time after Vatican II this masterpiece of a sanctuary was torn out and replaced with the ugliest “modern” monstrosity you’re ever seen. I know someone who goes to Sunday mass there, and he tries to sit in a pew where his view of the altar is obstructed by a pillar or something so that he doesn’t have to see what the demonic spirit of Vatican II has “achieved.”

Pope Paul VI said, “Satan’s smoke has made its way into the temple of God through some crack.” It made its way in, all right, and the devastation is still there in full view.


Below is a comment about this video:

Father Purdy is a member of the SSPX, and after watching this video, my respect for the SSPX has grown enormously.

What also has grown is my understanding of why the SSPX has been so careful about overtures from this current pope, overtures that have had as their goal a regularization of the status of the SSPX within the Church.

If this current woeful pope were to gain any power over the SSPX, he would eventually do to them what he did to the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate and, to a lesser extent, the Knights of Malta.

What puzzles me, frankly, is how another community of traditional priests, the FSSP, has been able to remain in communion with Rome and at the same time escape the fate this pitiable pope seems to visit on any group of faithful, traditional Catholics.

Perhaps he’s just biding his time.


@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich Could someone please tell Cardinal Cupich something? He believes we should “pray for all these martyrs” (in Korea) Um, we don’t pray FOR those who have given their lives for Christ. We pray TO them and ask them to pray for us.

@Pontifex “This is…what Pope Francis has achieved in just five-and-a-half years. He has taken the Church back to the age of the Borgias, with all the disembellishments of the twenty-first century. And things are only going to get worse.” – Henry Sire

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich And THIS is what Cupich has brought us to? In addition, says Henry Sire, “Things are only going to get worse.”

@Pontifex If Archbishop Viganò is harmed in any way, the world will hold this miserable pope personally responsible, just as it holds Putin responsible for the deaths of his critics and opponents. So, we have come to this – a REAL dictator pope.

@Pontifex A Tweet by @EdwardPentin reads: “Fr Fessio: #PopeFrancis is ‘attacking Vigano and everyone who is asking for answers. I just find that deplorable. Be a man. Stand up and answer the questions’.” But “being a man,” in a real sense, is irrelevant in the homosexual network.

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @CardinalDolan This article in one of Germany’s most respected newspapers explains why sexual abuse in the Catholic Church is also a matter of concern for the German government. How long can this pitiable pope keep silent?

@Pontifex This pope tweets: “Let us allow the Holy Spirit to clothe us with the weapons of dialogue, understanding, the search for mutual respect and fellowship!” Or it might be better to allow the Holy Spirit to clothe this poor pope with truth, honesty and sorrow for his lies.

@Pontifex (1 of 2) “Enough is enough. The climate of secrecy; the double standard of dealing with orthodox priests when allowing homosexualist clergy free reign; (2 of 2)….the major gaffes and public relations debacles which have become the butt of jokes; all of this just keeps mounting and it must be stopped.”

@Pontifex “The Truth About The Crisis In The Catholic Church”

@Pontifex Faithful Catholics everywhere are asking, “Mother of God, when will your Son send us a good and holy pope? When will He end this wretched pontificate?”

@Pontifex “In a world where the pope was hurting the Church well before this current scandal, where he undermines the Church (promoting consuming of the Eucharist by adulterers, for example), being defenders of the faith is vital for the lay faithful.”

@Pontifex “Source: Pope blocked investigation of abuse allegations against cardinal who helped elect him….Thus, as it seems, the Catholic Church is now sitting upon a ticking time bomb. And on top of that time bomb sits Pope Francis.”

@Pontifex “Homosexual ‘cesspool’: Priest blows whistle on Ireland’s national seminary” No doubt our current pitiful pope will see to it that this whistleblower priest is severely punished, along with Archbishop Viganò, if they ever find him.

@Pontifex “Ignatius Press founder to Pope Francis: ‘Be a man. Stand up and answer’ Viganò’s allegations” (But surrounded by an effeminate sodomite hierarchy, this current pitiable pope probably feels no need to “be a man” or to “stand up and answer.”)

@Pontifex “Michigan Attorney General launches sex abuse probe of states’ Catholic dioceses” (So now it’s investigations in Pennsylvania, Missouri, Illinois, Nebraska, New York, New Jersey, Vermont, New Mexico, Florida, West Virginia, and Michigan.)

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “The Lord draws good out of evil through His power and His infinite creativity.” And He will even draw good out of the horrific evil done to the Church by this pitiful pope.

@Pontifex “The ‘humble pope’ schtick is not only tiresome, it’s offensive. It’s over, Francis.”

@Pontifex This poor pope might think about a line from the Book of Proverbs in the first reading of today’s mass for Sts. Cosmas and Damian:
“Put falsehood and lying far from me.” (See Proverbs 30,5-9)

@Pontifex “Francis is out of control, and by refusing to answer the charges he is discrediting the papacy and running the Catholic Church into the ground. Catholics thus have a sacred duty before God to resist this man to his face.”

@Pontifex “Francis is an old man; the Catholic press will soon take control of his legacy. And that’s not going to be pretty.”

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Let us pray that programs for development may predominate in the world.” (No, let’s pray that truth and saving souls may predominate in the Church, and not lies, cover-ups, anger, revenge on Archbishop Viganò, and the “environment.”)

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich Think it couldn’t get any worse? Try this: the pastor of a church in Cupich’s diocese dies connected to a “sex machine” and two closets full of gay pornography are found in his room. (But let’s not go down that “rabbit hole.”)

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich (1/3) Think it couldn’t get any worse? You think it was bad enough that two of Cupich’s priests were arrested for giving each other oral sex in a car in broad daylight on a busy street Florida? (2/3) Try this: the pastor of a church in Cupich’s diocese dies connected to a “sex machine” and two closets full of gay pornography are found in his room. A friend commented, “Cupich’s archdiocese seems to be little more than a club for gay priests.” (3/3) (But let’s not go down that “rabbit hole.” Anyway, it has nothing to do with a homosexual network in the Catholic Church. As the present poor pope says, it’s all just “clericalism.” Sure.)



Some recent Tweets:

@Pontifex “Current apostolic nuncio weighs in on unhappiness with Pope Francis” (CNN) “We judge reality from our own feelings, our resentments, our disappointments. And so, we say, ‘This Pope, I don’t understand him’.” (Of course. It’s all OUR fault.)

@Pontifex This poor pope: “Nobody is listening to what he has to say anymore, because he has lost all credibility. Nobody believes him because he is a liar. We have the impression that he despises the Faith and he will do anything to hold on to power.”

@Pontifex (1/3) “God is issuing a stern wake-up call to serious Catholics everywhere: abandon the sinking ship of Vatican II Catholicism; abandon the fabricated liturgy of Paul VI; abandon a confused theology that wants to speak out of both sides of the mouth; (2/3) abandon compromise with worldliness in morals; return to the safe, spacious, and sustaining haven of Tradition – traditional doctrine as found in Sacred Scripture, dogmatic councils, countless old catechisms; traditional morals as exemplified in the lives and exhortations (3/3) of the saints; traditional theology as practiced by the Church fathers and doctors; and most importantly, traditional liturgy, stretching from before the time of St. Gregory the Great (d. 604) through St. Pius V (Quo Primum, 1570) and beyond.”

@Pontifex @JamesMartinSJ “Fr. James Martin says, Those who oppose my Vatican ‘approved’ pro-LGBT message aren’t ‘orthodox’” (So now, in order to be “orthodox,” we have to be a heretic like James Martin. God help His Church.)

@Pontifex “‘Unjust attack’: Top Vatican cardinal blasts allegation that Pope Francis covered up for abuser” (And what, exactly, is so “unjust” about this “attack”? Perhaps all the bishops who agree with Archbishop Viganò can explain that.)

@Pontifex “Read and weep: Soviet style “psych” tactics used against priests by bishops.” (How did we come to this?)

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “I hope that a new phase may open up in China.” (China raids and damages Christian churches [] and this poor pope signs agreements with the government. Catholics pray for a good and decent pope, who sees the world as it is.)

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich @KardinalRMarx “Clericalism has facilitated violence and abuse, Cardinal Marx tells German bishops” (SIR) “CLERICALISM”? Oh, sure. Here we go again. First this pitiable pope, then Cupich, now Marx. When will they ever learn? Wann wird man je verstehen?

@Pontifex “A federal bankruptcy-court judge has approved a settlement by the Archdiocese of St. Paul-Minneapolis that will offer $210 million in compensation to sex-abuse victims.” (Homosexual priests, uh, sorry, I mean CLERICALISM, can be expensive.)

@Pontifex (1/2) “The Chicago archdiocese has reached an agreement to pay $2.9 million to a victim of Daniel McCormack, settling another lawsuit involving the former priest, who was laicized in 2007. @Pontifex (2/2) The archdiocese has now paid close to $15 million to victims of McCormack—who, having served out a prison term, has now been committed indefinitely to a facility for sexually violent offenders.” (Chicago Tribune) (Man, “clericalism” costs a fortune, doesn’t it?)

@Pontifex @CardinalBCupich “The definition of parasite is “an organism that lives in or on another organism (its host) and benefits by deriving nutrients at the host’s expense.” I’d say the majority of bishops appear to fit that definition.”

@Pontifex (1/2) “One wonders if the Holy Father understands how his silence – and his daily touting of it in his homilies – gives ordinary Catholics the painful impression… @Pontifex (2/2) that Rome is more concerned with making an example of its enemies than in meeting the needs of the suffering flock.

@Pontifex “POPE’S SILENCE STOKES ANGER ACROSS CATHOLIC SPECTRUM – Disgust spreading among ideological Left and Right”

@Pontifex (1/2) “Catholics at opposite ends of the ideological spectrum are uniting in condemnation of Pope Francis’ refusal to answer Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò’s allegations… @Pontifex (2/2) …that he lifted sanctions on then-Cdl. Theodore McCarrick, despite knowing the former Washington, D.C. archbishop was a serial sexual predator of young men.

@Pontifex This poor pope tweets, “I hope that a new phase may open up in China.” (What world is this pope living in? “The Chinese government is destroying crosses, burning bibles, closing down churches and forcing Christian believers to sign papers”

@Pontifex This pitiable pope tweets, “Jesus gave us a simple programme for journeying towards holiness.” (Yes, and if only this poor pope would follow it, instead of lying, spreading error, covering up sodomite prelates, and taking revenge on critics.)

@Pontifex “Leven reveals that ‘voices in the Vatican’ told him that Viganò’s report is true, but that ‘things are in reality even worse’.” (And Catholics are asking, “Dear God, when will this pontificate end?”)

@Pontifex This pope tweets, “Life becomes more beautiful when we discover that our spirit finds rest in God alone.” (And for this present poor pope, life will be more beautiful when he answers Archbishop Viganò and stops lying and covering up the clerical homosexual network.)

@Pontifex +Viganò says, “The pope put in place a subtle slander against me — slander is an offense he compares to murder. He did it repeatedly, in the context of the celebration of the Eucharist, where he runs no risk of being challenged by journalists.”


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