Schism: Bergoglio believes that the Church had ceased to exist before Vatican II

By Phil Lawler ( bio - articles - email ) | Aug 04, 2022


Here, I believe, is the ultimate expression of the “hermeneutic of rupture.” In his July 29 conversation with Jesuits in Canada, Pope Francis seems to have said that the Roman Catholic Church ceased to exist!
Read his words and check my logic. The Pope said that “the Church is either synodal or it is not Church.” Then just a few moments later: “Certainly, we can say that the Church in the West had lost its synodal tradition.” So it follows that the “Church in the West” was not Church.
The Pope does concede that synodality— thus, the Church, by his definition— continued. “The Church of the East has preserved it.” But this astonishing statement from this astonishing Pontiff seems to dismiss the authenticity of the “Church in the West”— that is, the Roman Catholic Church, which he now leads. And notice that he does not make this claim as a hypothesis; he begins the crucial sentence with the word “Certainly.”
The Pope’s statement does not specify the historical point at which the Western Church lost its synodal character. But he does point to the time when it was recovered: after Vatican II:
Paul VI set up the Secretariat of the Synod of Bishops because he intended to go ahead on this issue. Synod after synod has gone ahead, tentatively, improving, understanding better, maturing.
In his famous 2005 address to the Roman Curia, Pope Benedict decried the “hermeneutic of discontinuity and rupture,” which alleged “a split between the pre-conciliar Church and the post-conciliar Church.” But nowhere has that “hermeneutic of discontinuity and rupture” taken such a radical form as this: the suggestion that the Church had ceased to be the Church prior to the Council.
In his remarks to the Jesuit community in Quebec, the Pope does not clearly explain what “synodality” means, apart from a statement that it is a movement of the Holy Spirit. The synod is not a parliament, he says. It is not a matter of debating and voting; “nor is it a dialectical confrontation between a majority and a minority.” But then what exactly is this crucial element, without which the Church cannot exist?

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Bergoglio is Anti-Church, he is anti-dogma, anti-Hierarchy. A vengeful enemy of the Laws of God who favors his accomplices by promoting these enemies of the Church while persecuting the faithful priests.
lancs1
Certainly Bergoglio's religion didn't arise until the Ecumania of "Vatican II". It has precious little in common with the Catholic faith.
aderito
DR Fauci he also said he is science
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Bergoglio and Fauci are Two egomaniacs with Jesuit deformation.
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That is to say that Bergoglio does not believe in the Catholic Church that he claims to represent but rather persecutes it, combats it and seeks to redefine and reinvent it through heresy, apostasy.
Bergoglio denies the dogma of the infallibility of the Church, of the indefectibility of the Church, He denies that the Church has the Truth revealed, and to combat the immutable teachings of the …More
That is to say that Bergoglio does not believe in the Catholic Church that he claims to represent but rather persecutes it, combats it and seeks to redefine and reinvent it through heresy, apostasy.
Bergoglio denies the dogma of the infallibility of the Church, of the indefectibility of the Church, He denies that the Church has the Truth revealed, and to combat the immutable teachings of the Church he spreads the heretical idea that the Church only has its opinion. He denies the dogmatic council of Vatican I and the dogmatic council of Trent. Denies that the Church has kept the deposit of Faith , etc. Other evidence of Bergoglio's apostasy and schism.
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Scisma: Bergoglio ritiene che la Chiesa avesse cessato di esistere prima del Vaticano II
Vale a dire che Bergoglio non crede alla Chiesa cattolica che pretende di rappresentare, ma piuttosto la perseguita, la combatte e cerca di ridefinirla e reinventarla attraverso l'eresia, l'apostasia.
Bergoglio nega il dogma dell'infallibilità della Chiesa, dell'indefettibilità della Chiesa, nega che la …More
Scisma: Bergoglio ritiene che la Chiesa avesse cessato di esistere prima del Vaticano II
Vale a dire che Bergoglio non crede alla Chiesa cattolica che pretende di rappresentare, ma piuttosto la perseguita, la combatte e cerca di ridefinirla e reinventarla attraverso l'eresia, l'apostasia.
Bergoglio nega il dogma dell'infallibilità della Chiesa, dell'indefettibilità della Chiesa, nega che la Chiesa abbia la Verità rivelata, e per combattere gli insegnamenti immutabili della Chiesa diffonde l'idea eretica che la Chiesa ha solo la sua opinione. Nega il concilio dogmatico del Vaticano I e il concilio dogmatico di Trento. Nega che la Chiesa abbia conservato il deposito della Fede, ecc. Altre testimonianze dell'apostasia e dello scisma di Bergoglio.
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