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Müller: Personal Intrigues Rule Francis' Pontificate

Francis' “so called friends” are a big problem in Francis' pontificate - according to Cardinal Gerhard Müller.

Talking to EWTN (October 4), he said that these "friends" are in reality more his enemies.

For instance, the Council of Cardinals is used for a “play of power” in order to bypass the Congregation of Bishops and to ask Francis for certain episcopal appointments.

Instead of professional handling, there is a “system of personal relationships” under Francis, Müller added. Müller calls himself "a true friend" of Francis.

Picture: Gerhard Ludwig Müller, © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk, CC BY-NC-SA, #newsZkiwvrkvdx

mattsixteen24
No, they are his friends because Francis is an enemy of the Roman Catholic Church. The church is being chastised.
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JUST TAKE HIM DOWN THE CLOWN
OTHERWISE YOU ARE A CLOWN
HerzMariae
Müller: Francis "must be a symbol of the unity of the Church. We must overcome, with the help of the Holy Father, the splitting of the Church between conservatives and so-called liberals. We are one Church united in the faith and not of conservative or liberal ideology."