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Clueless: Francis Lacks Elementary Catechism Knowledge

In his Sunday after Corpus Christi homily, Francis moralised that “we cannot break bread on Sunday if our hearts are closed to our brothers and sisters. We cannot partake of that Bread if we do not give bread to the hungry. We cannot share that Bread unless we share the sufferings of our brothers and sisters in need.”

This reminded of his embarrassing June 2019 Corpus Christi homily in which he claimed that the Eucharist is “Jesus who becomes bread.”

In the Catholic Faith which was transmitted by the apostles, it's the other way round: bread becomes Christ's body because the transubstantiation changes the bread's substance into the substance of Christ's body (CCC 1376).

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Jump JET
He wouldn't get past the interview for religious ed teaching my parish.
Hound of Heaven
With all due respect to the office, there is something amiss (and it is not the Holy Spirit) when a spiritual imbecile is elevated through holy orders and the papacy.
Ultraviolet
Won't be the first time it's happened.
John A Cassani
It has been abundantly clear to me, since this man hit the scene, that he he does not know the faith well enough to be approved for ordination to the permanent diaconate, let alone to be the guardian of the Deposit of Faith. But, he was in Jesuit seminary back in the ‘60s, so it’s to be expected. He is full of cliches, and bad ones at that. On the rare occasion that he says something Catholic, …More
It has been abundantly clear to me, since this man hit the scene, that he he does not know the faith well enough to be approved for ordination to the permanent diaconate, let alone to be the guardian of the Deposit of Faith. But, he was in Jesuit seminary back in the ‘60s, so it’s to be expected. He is full of cliches, and bad ones at that. On the rare occasion that he says something Catholic, he looks like he is just pronouncing something in a foreign tongue. He appears to be a third rate intellect, who is just the type man the globalists would want to lead many souls to hell.
M.E. McCaffrey
Bergoglio knows exactly what he's doing. He was not making a mistake when he described the Eucharist in Lutheran terms.