Angelo Santelli
At his August 25, 2021, general audience, Francis-Bergoglio went on to denounce St. Peter as a hypocrite and schismatic.
In the Acts of the Apostles, the fifth book of the New Testament, St. Peter ceased eating with pagans because he was afraid of criticism, says Bergoglio. "That’s his mistake: he was more focused on criticism, on making a good impression." Bergoglio charged Peter with hypocrisy.…More
At his August 25, 2021, general audience, Francis-Bergoglio went on to denounce St. Peter as a hypocrite and schismatic.
In the Acts of the Apostles, the fifth book of the New Testament, St. Peter ceased eating with pagans because he was afraid of criticism, says Bergoglio. "That’s his mistake: he was more focused on criticism, on making a good impression." Bergoglio charged Peter with hypocrisy. He also went on to charge St. Peter with schism, with creating an "unjust division within the community."
Rand Miller
It was Cephas a different person not St. Peter.
Starlight777
Paul rebukes Peter at Antioch Galatians 2: 11-14 Cephas is the same as Saint Peter. Here are the remarks that were made at the general audience by the person known to be Francis:

“First, Peter had been eating with the Christians of pagan origin without any difficulty; however, when some circumcised Christians from Jerusalem arrived in the city, he then no longer did so, because he did not want …More
Paul rebukes Peter at Antioch Galatians 2: 11-14 Cephas is the same as Saint Peter. Here are the remarks that were made at the general audience by the person known to be Francis:

“First, Peter had been eating with the Christians of pagan origin without any difficulty; however, when some circumcised Christians from Jerusalem arrived in the city, he then no longer did so, because he did not want to incur their criticism.

That’s the mistake: he was more focused on criticism, on making a good impression. And this is serious in Paul’s eyes, because other disciples imitated Peter, especially Barnabas, who with Paul had even evangelized the Galatians.” Francis continued, "Peter was creating “an unjust division” within the community and Paul was, in essence, accusing Peter of hypocrisy." Then he cited other accounts of hypocrisy in scripture.
Angelo Santelli
The fact that Bergoglio had the audacity to question Peter's behavior is disgusting and vomit inducing. Peter was crucified upside down; Bergoglio had 2/3 of his colon removed. And he didn't have it removed out of love for Christ. Peter asked to be crucified upside down because he did not feel himself worthy to be crucified in the manner of Christ. Jorge Bergoglio is a nightmare that brings one …More
The fact that Bergoglio had the audacity to question Peter's behavior is disgusting and vomit inducing. Peter was crucified upside down; Bergoglio had 2/3 of his colon removed. And he didn't have it removed out of love for Christ. Peter asked to be crucified upside down because he did not feel himself worthy to be crucified in the manner of Christ. Jorge Bergoglio is a nightmare that brings one to ask of Providence, Why this Argentinian, why now,what could the faithful have possibly done to have this monster claim rulership over the Church Christ founded.
Ultraviolet
The fact you insist on referring to Pope Francis by his secular name is just as disgusting and vomit-inducing, not to mention astonishingly petty. Perhaps he brings you to ask of Providence such a fatuous and inane question, but you have no business assuming other Catholics share such stupidity. Not all of us immediately assume that Pope Francis is a form of divine punishment on all Catholics, …More
The fact you insist on referring to Pope Francis by his secular name is just as disgusting and vomit-inducing, not to mention astonishingly petty. Perhaps he brings you to ask of Providence such a fatuous and inane question, but you have no business assuming other Catholics share such stupidity. Not all of us immediately assume that Pope Francis is a form of divine punishment on all Catholics, especially "the faithful" the same way you have.

...that's because some of us understand how the doctrine of "free will" works and that bad things to happen to good people as a result of the decisions made by other bad people.