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Unrepentant Jorge of the Pachamamas is even more handsome.... more silly... prays less.
St Michael the Archangel defend us in battle
GChevalier
François : Le roi David était « beau » mais « se comportait bêtement » et « ne priait pas tous les jours »
catholique.forumactif.com/t659-news-au-23-janvier-2020
François a décrit le roi David dans son discours du 21 janvier comme « un garçon agité » qui faisait paître le troupeau.

Cependant, François a également montré un intérêt accru pour le fait que, selon les Écritures, David était un beau …More
François : Le roi David était « beau » mais « se comportait bêtement » et « ne priait pas tous les jours »
catholique.forumactif.com/t659-news-au-23-janvier-2020
François a décrit le roi David dans son discours du 21 janvier comme « un garçon agité » qui faisait paître le troupeau.

Cependant, François a également montré un intérêt accru pour le fait que, selon les Écritures, David était un beau jeune homme « faisant une splendide apparition ».

François continua en devinant que le Seigneur avait peut-être choisi un garçon normal, qui « se comportait peut-être parfois de façon stupide comme beaucoup de jeunes » et qui « n'était même pas un garçon pieux, qui priait tous les jours ».

[J'ai lu cette Sainte-Marthe : affreux ! Mais en fait, qui est bête et stupide ? L'Antéchrist qui se décrit lui-même, fréquentant l'école public, et videur de boîte et n'ayant aucune piété.]
philosopher
When Pope Francis finally leaves the chair of St. Peter, he will go down as history's greatest theologian...lol.
philosopher
Of course I'm only being ironic. He is the worst of all theologians!
DEFENSA DE LA FE
I WOULD NOT ALLOW MY CHILDREN TO HAVE A RELIGIOS TECHER LIKE HIM.
aderito
Another gospel according to "pope francis " the one who says Jesus was not divine while on earth
Ultraviolet
Pope Francis must offer factual proof for his claims about King David's behavior/ prayer life as youth. Being an expert on silliness isn't enough :D
Thors Catholic Hammer
There is no “pope” francis. Excommunicated formal heretics like him are not members of the Catholic Church.
His claims are devoid of any authority whatsoever.
Ultraviolet
Nobody has "excommunicated" Francis for "formal heresy". If you reason his words and actions have excommunicated himself on those grounds, others have argued the same thing about Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and JPII and JP I and John XXIII. The critics of those former popes have laid out extensive indictments contrasting the words and actions of each pope against Church law and teachings.

If …More
Nobody has "excommunicated" Francis for "formal heresy". If you reason his words and actions have excommunicated himself on those grounds, others have argued the same thing about Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, and JPII and JP I and John XXIII. The critics of those former popes have laid out extensive indictments contrasting the words and actions of each pope against Church law and teachings.

If you are correct and "there is no 'pope' francis" then there was no "pope" Pope Benedict XVI, or JPII or JP I or John XXIII. Can't have it both ways. Either you apply Canon Law and Church Magisterium rigorously to ALL "popes" or to none of them.
MyronM
There are still bishops who know when and how to use the anathema:
uogcc.org.ua/…/.20571
Ultraviolet
Explain again how the head of an "independent" Catholic group can anathematize the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Aside from just saying so.
iwirawan
This: Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, and was handsome catches his attention while totally ignored: But the LORD said to Samuel, "Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him; for the LORD sees not as man sees; man looks on the outward appearance, but the LORD looks on the heart.".

And how dare he invent this:

“perhaps sometimes behav…More
This: Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, and was handsome catches his attention while totally ignored: But the LORD said to Samuel, "Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him; for the LORD sees not as man sees; man looks on the outward appearance, but the LORD looks on the heart.".

And how dare he invent this:

“perhaps sometimes behaved in a silly way as many youngsters do” and “was not even a pious boy, who prayed every day.”

King David wrote half of the Psalm, the 3rd largest book in the Bible. The book that was quoted the most by Our Lord including "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me"

Who does he think he is to judge King David as silly, not pious and not pray everyday?? I thought he is famous for "Who am I to judge?"

I think this an example of spiritual blindness.
Seabass
As I explained to my children about this, no one has the kind of faith David did without a seriously cultivated prayer life. It’s impossible! Hopefully, Bergoglio pondered today’s reading...even just a little.
Frà Alexis Bugnolo
I think Bergoglio has the zeal to get to Hell having offending everyone possible in Heaven and Earth. Its really demonic and pathological.
Thors Catholic Hammer
The unfortunate and now excommunicated bergoglio is immersed in the heresy of immanentism, where objective reasoning and reality is cast aside in favor of subjective religious experience.
St. Pius X warned very directly about this problem not so long ago.

Those polluted with immanentism will concoct all sorts of vain nonsense to justify their flight from reality.
Most perniciously they seek to …More
The unfortunate and now excommunicated bergoglio is immersed in the heresy of immanentism, where objective reasoning and reality is cast aside in favor of subjective religious experience.
St. Pius X warned very directly about this problem not so long ago.

Those polluted with immanentism will concoct all sorts of vain nonsense to justify their flight from reality.
Most perniciously they seek to destroy the transcendent nature of God and always attack those who acknowledge that nature.
This is why bergoglio truly hates , with extreme venom , faithful Catholics who uphold the doctrinal teaching of the Catholic Church.