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Princess Gloria, Twenty Priests, Eighty Scholars: Pagan Francis Must Repent

One hundred priests and lay scholars around the globe published a November 12 statement protesting against the Pachamama worship during the Amazon Synod and highlighting Francis’ personal responsibility.

The statement entitled “Protest against Pope Francis’s Sacrilegious Acts” is published in many languages on ContraRecentiaSacrilegia.org.

It refers to Josef Seifert's statement published on Gloria.tv that putting idols in a church is objectively a grave sin, independently of a subjective culpability.

Among the signatories are Fathers Brian Harrison, Cor Mennen, John Saward, and Stefan Dreher FSSP.

Other signatories are the professors John Rist, Roberto de Mattei, and Gerard van den Aardweg, as well as celebrities like the German Princess Gloria of Thurn and Taxis, and the former German MP, Willy Wimmer.

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And Zero bishops confront Bergoglio for what he is.
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By calling Him Pope, and worse, the Successor to Saint Peter, they negate everything they just said, because an idolater is not a member of the Church, canon 1364 puts him out. Also, some of these signers know about ppbxvi.org and that there is no canonical reason to even think he ever was pope. So this statement actually supports Bergoglio...
I do not know what it is about Germans, can they not think straight? As for the Latin title, Contra recentia sacrilegia... that is bad Latin, good Latin reads, In idolatriam novam....
In idolatriam novam, because their statment is opposed to the recent (novam) idolatry, which is much worse than sacrilege, the proper grammatical structure is to use IN followed by the accusative, because its a verbal statement. But, then again, the Latin of the Renunciation was a horror, so maybe Germans do not study Latin any more...
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Finally, I find it sad but almost laughable, how long it is taking some Catholics to realize that idolatry is a sacrilege and a sin which puts you OUTSIDE the Church. It seems that a lot of Catholics with high levels of education find themselves unable to say this for some reason. Have they never Read Tertullian?
I am glad that they address the issue of the objective culpability of idolatry. I and many others mentioned that on October 4,5 and 6th, but were ignored or called extremists.
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Austen Ivereigh's predictable response to the Contra Recentia Sacrilegia
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HE CAN REPENT BEFORE IS TOO LATE ONCE HE PROCLAIMS THE END OF CELIBACY THAT AS THEY SAY WILL BE NEXT MONTH.
WE WILL NOT BE ABLE TO PRAY FOR HIM BECAUSE OUR BELOVED MOTHER REVEALED TO SAIT BRIDGET THAT POPE WILL CONDEM. AND WE CANNOT PRAY FOR A CONDEMNED ONE.
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We are praying for Francis,
God is keeping him on display for the entire world to see how corrupt our church has become....
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Let's pray for pope Francis.
Let's pray for this son of Perdition !
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Francis Magisterium

1st, 6th, 9th Commandment

Communion for mortal sinners, Pachamama worship, Church desecration, sacrilege, Population controllers, Militant LGBT promoters
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Deacon Nick Donelli (signee), "The undersigned Catholic clergy and lay scholars protest against and condemn the sacrilegious and superstitious acts committed by Pope Francis, the Successor of Peter, in connection with the recent Amazon Synod held in Rome. "
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By calling Him Pope they just negate everything they just said, because an idolater is not a member of the Church, canon 1364 puts him out. Also, some of these signers know about ppbxvi.org and that there is no canonical reason to even think he ever was pope. So this statement actually supports Bergoglio...