Bishop Against Bishop

On October 13, 1973, Our Lady of Akita, Japan, said to Sr. Agnes Sasagawa, “The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against bishops. The priests who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their confreres … churches and altars sacked; the Church will be full of those who accept compromises and the demon will press many priests and consecrated souls to leave the service of the Lord.

We’re there.

Bishop Strickland of of the Diocese of Tyler, Texas, says, “Pastoral care for Mrs. Pelosi is to tell her that she should not receive the Body of Christ until she stops advocating the murder of unborn children.”

Bishop Athanasius Schneider of the Diocese of Astana, Kazakhstan, went even further, saying that Nancy Pelosi’s sacrilegious reception of Holy Communion is a pathway to her soul’s damnation. “She is consciously, stubbornly eating her judgment.”

Despite the clear teaching of both the Scriptures and the RCC, Pope Francis insists that bishops should not deny Communion to pro-abortion politicians. He says it causes the Church to lose its “pastoral nature.”

Pope Francis was slow to even comment on the overturning of Roe, but when asked about it, he said, “I respect the decisions.” Then, he went on to say something very odd. “Let’s go … see what science tells us today. Science today and any book on embryology, the one our medical students study, tells you that 30 days after conception there is DNA and the laying out already of all the organs.

30 days after conception there is DNA” … huh? The zygote has its own, unique DNA from the moment of conception!

But Pope Francis’ lukewarm enthusiasm for overturning Roe was certainly reflected in the pompously worded and morally mushy statement The Pontifical Academy for Life issued. In sharp contrast to the USCCB’s statement celebrating the overturning of “an unjust law that has permitted some to decide whether others can live or die” and that “has resulted in the deaths of tens of millions of preborn children”, the PAL statement didn’t even condemn abortion, much less express any relief or joy. It also never mentioned God, the beauty and sanctity of the unborn child, or all the hard work pro-life Americans put into achieving this victory.

This should probably be no surprise to Catholic watchers; the PAL (or PAV, if you’re using the Latin name) has been pro-abortion ever since 2016, when Pope Francis gutted it of all devout conservatives and removed the requirement for members to sign a declaration that they uphold the Church’s pro-life teachings!

I’m thinking we should just not look to this pontiff for any kind of wisdom with respect to scientific issues. I heard he refused to even meet with climate experts like Patrick Moore before publishing his encyclical telling us we sin if we don’t jump on the Green New Deal wagon. It’s not his job to pick a single solution and it is way outside his purview when he has refused to even listen to all sides of an issue.

Then, he did the same damn thing with the vaxxx. He declared that vaccines developed using cell lines derived from aborted fetuses were “morally acceptable” and refused to grant Catholics religious exemptions from vaxxx mandates.

He told us that we had a “moral obligation” to take the jabs, that it would be “suicide” not to. He also condemned as baseless ideological misinformation (aka, fake news) all of our concerns about the rushed development of the vaxxxes, the suspicious reticence of the manufacturers and the FDA to release critical test results, and the highly experimental nature of the totally untested mRNA technology.

Archbishop Viganò recently delivered a message which, in part, said, “Those who govern public affairs as well as the Pastors of the Church show that they are obedient to the anti-gospel of the world, and while refusing to pay due respect to Christ the King and obedience to His holy Will, they bend their knees before the new idols of political correctnessand burn incense before the simulacrum of humanity brutalized by vice and sin. Those who today lead the people in temporal and spiritual things have as their purpose not the common good of citizens and the salvation of the souls of the faithful, but their corruption, their damnation. And the masses, having abandoned the way of honesty, righteousness and holiness, abandon themselves to deception, corruption and infernal revolt against God.”

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