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Did Pope Francis Just Perform A Miracle?

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During a March 9 penitential liturgy in a half-empty Saint Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis performed a public confession. Novus Ordo Watch commented, “Francis goes to confession and miraculously …More
During a March 9 penitential liturgy in a half-empty Saint Peter’s Basilica, Pope Francis performed a public confession. Novus Ordo Watch commented, “Francis goes to confession and miraculously manages to kneel.” Adding, “The man who is virtually never able to kneel in front of what he supposedly believes is the Real Presence of Jesus Christ in the Holy Eucharist, has no problem kneeling when it comes to his annual ‘watch me go to confession’ show.” Francis also never genuflects during his Novus Ordo Mass. Novus Ordo Watch ventures a prediction, “The next time Francis will be able to kneel will be on Mar. 29. That’s when he will wash politically-correct feet. Want to bet?

In an interview with Vatican News, Archbishop Luis Ladaria said that being Prefect of the Congregation for Doctrine of the Faith under Pope Francis is – quote – For him this is the “first thing”. Ladaria confessed that in the first few days after he his nomination he did not sleep too well. Then he saw that it was possible – quote – “especially knowing this is what the Pope wants.” Gloria.tv believes that when it comes to such an office, Faith and understanding are more important than obedience and trust in the human will of a pope.

In an interview with Vatican News, Father Arturo Sosa, the General of the Jesuits, said that as a pupil he experienced a Society of Jesus in the style of what was developed after its restoration in the 19th century. But after Second Vatican Council it became open to changes and went into inculturation, hope and new ways. To the objection why since then have the Jesuits lost half of their members Sosa replied: “This is a difficult question.” Gloria.tv believes that it is not. The Jesuits fell prey to liberalism and liberals never have vocations.

Bishop Antoine Kambanda of Kibungo, Rwanda, said the terrible civil war in the country has brought many people close to God. According to Servizio Informazione Religiosa he said, “The churches are full. The vocations have increased.” And, “Many young men want to put themselves at the service of the Church and we have the problem of not being able to form them all properly.”
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Was it a miracle? 👌