Eugenio Scalfari Dead

Italian media activist and millionaire Eugenio Scalfari, 98, who started his career as a Fascist and always managed to adapt to the establishment, …
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Will Francis begin the cause ?
la verdad prevalece
Bergoglio accompanied the anti-Catholic apostate atheist Eugenio Scalfari in his obstinacy in denying God and in his hatred of fighting the Church.
Laura Yunque
Who is going to give us those enlightening interviews with Bergoglio now?
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Scalfari dies committing the unforgivable sin the final impenitence, deceived by Bergoglio
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And the blame for the loss of his soul can be attributed directly to Bergoglio who confirmed him in his rejection of God. The Bible clearly says that he who does not believe is condemned and that outside of Heaven are the unbelievers. Scalfari sinned against God Himself.
philosopher
Pope Francis never personally denied the statements that were quoted during the interviews by his friend Scalfari.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
He didn't deny them, because he believes them. How could these Cardinals, after such interviews where a Pope denied there is Hell, that Christ is God, and that Christ rose from the dead be allowed to stay in office. That's why so much I admire Islam, where at least in observant countries their faith guides them every day, and if someone denies the tenents of the faith, they would really suffer, …More
He didn't deny them, because he believes them. How could these Cardinals, after such interviews where a Pope denied there is Hell, that Christ is God, and that Christ rose from the dead be allowed to stay in office. That's why so much I admire Islam, where at least in observant countries their faith guides them every day, and if someone denies the tenents of the faith, they would really suffer, even death. The Greek Orthodox don't tolerate heresy either. But Catholics, the general attitude since VAtican II is that "anything goes", and if the Faith is insulted or defamed, "who cares"? Even if it's a "pope".
philosopher
I agree, he didn't deny or correct or protest the publication b/c that's what he said. In addition, a high profile public persona never gives an interview knowing it's going to be published without consent. No doubt these private opinions are heretical and the bishops except for a couple of them didn't even call him out on it.
Live Mike
May God have mercy on his soul.
Liam Ronan
Our Lady Of Fatima said: “Many souls go to Hell because there are none to sacrifice themselves and to pray for them." July 13th is the anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima (July 13, 1917) where she showed the children a vision of hell.
How many of us can say we prayed for the salvation of this man when he was alive? If he was consigned to perdition for lack of grace received …More
Our Lady Of Fatima said: “Many souls go to Hell because there are none to sacrifice themselves and to pray for them." July 13th is the anniversary of the apparition of Our Lady of Fatima (July 13, 1917) where she showed the children a vision of hell.
How many of us can say we prayed for the salvation of this man when he was alive? If he was consigned to perdition for lack of grace received through our sacrifices and prayers then perhaps we might reflect on this coldness on our part.
Even so, remembering the Good Thief, it remains a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead that they may be loosed from their sins.
la verdad prevalece
Unfortunately for him, the dogma of Hell says that he who dies in Mortal Sin is damned.
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The Good Thief repented before he died.
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The final impenitence and obstinacy Sin is the fault of the sinner himself who rejects the Grace of the Holy Spirit.
Liam Ronan
@la verdad prevalence: Death is when the soul leaves the body and until then anything is possible for God.
Where you there?
la verdad prevalece
The sinner must show signs of repentance before he dies. And that is the teaching of the Catholic Church whether you like it or not, read St. Alphonsus Maria de Liguori (Bishop, Doctor of the Church)