Bergoglio isn't the first Pope to come up with a new set of Commandments: JPII beat him to it at Assisi in 2002.
Marie Madeleine
Pull yourself together my brothers in Christ! It is like the time when Jesus was arrested, and that He was told to be silent, while they went to get the high priest, Caiaphas?!? Jesus, remaining in the midst of them, waiting in silence, He received spats, insults, kicks, His hair torn out, and the pagans shouting: He stole the Sabat! He lives with known courtesans! He never missed an opportunity …More
Pull yourself together my brothers in Christ! It is like the time when Jesus was arrested, and that He was told to be silent, while they went to get the high priest, Caiaphas?!? Jesus, remaining in the midst of them, waiting in silence, He received spats, insults, kicks, His hair torn out, and the pagans shouting: He stole the Sabat! He lives with known courtesans! He never missed an opportunity to ridicule us! He is demon possessed! Back from Egypt, he practices black magic! etc etc.

Let the sworned witnesses (liars) come, said Caiaphas!!!!!

And Joseph shouted: It is not lawful to hear them together.

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As just before the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, on his climb to the Garden of Gethsemane, and as today, the demons have gone mad! For as they did not want the Work of Redemption, they do not want the Work of the Second Coming, for that is their end upon us, the people of God.

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“How confident you all are! What pride in man! If Jesus had wanted to make us die cursed, He would have not taken us out of desolation! »

(Gabriel Amorth: how is Lucifer afraid of Benedict XVI and St John Paul II, even more after his death since he is Saint!!!!!!! - does Lucifer works against himself?)
Anonymous Catholic
Lucifer was afraid of the authority inherent in the positions of Benedict and John Paul.
Marie Madeleine
We must say: By what authority did they do these things, and who gave them this power?

“For John came to you in the way of righteousness, and you did not believe him: on the contrary the tax collectors and the harlots believed him; and you, even after seeing their example, you were not touched with repentance, nor inclined to believe it. »

(the exorcisms, performed by St John Paul II and Bene…More
We must say: By what authority did they do these things, and who gave them this power?

“For John came to you in the way of righteousness, and you did not believe him: on the contrary the tax collectors and the harlots believed him; and you, even after seeing their example, you were not touched with repentance, nor inclined to believe it. »

(the exorcisms, performed by St John Paul II and Benedict XVI, brought about permanent cures. Not the case of Bergoglio...).
Marie Madeleine
Two popes at the end times! The Saints and Prophets, on God's authority, warned us... The Church cannot be without a Pope... until the antichrist declares himself, the pope should not leave Rome... (La Salette - was not only talking about the actual Pope at that time, read my brother the letters of Melanie...........). Hope this will bring an end to the danger that you occur in speaking ill …More
Two popes at the end times! The Saints and Prophets, on God's authority, warned us... The Church cannot be without a Pope... until the antichrist declares himself, the pope should not leave Rome... (La Salette - was not only talking about the actual Pope at that time, read my brother the letters of Melanie...........). Hope this will bring an end to the danger that you occur in speaking ill about a Pope!
tbswv
Of course Benedict is present at this satanic prayer meeting, he is the one who promoted it at VII. Also, the post conciliar popes believe the Jews need not be converted to the Catholic Faith.
Ultraviolet
It ain't only "da jooz", luv. :)
V.R.S.
Decalogue of Assisi for Peace
1. We commit ourselves to proclaiming our firm conviction that violence and terrorism are incompatible with the authentic spirit of religion, and, as we condemn every recourse to violence and war in the name of God or of religion, we commit ourselves to doing everything possible to eliminate the root causes of terrorism.
2. We commit ourselves to educating people …More
Decalogue of Assisi for Peace
1. We commit ourselves to proclaiming our firm conviction that violence and terrorism are incompatible with the authentic spirit of religion, and, as we condemn every recourse to violence and war in the name of God or of religion, we commit ourselves to doing everything possible to eliminate the root causes of terrorism.
2. We commit ourselves to educating people to mutual respect and esteem, in order to help bring about a peaceful and fraternal coexistence between people of different ethnic groups, cultures and religions.
3. We commit ourselves to fostering the culture of dialogue, so that there will be an increase of understanding and mutual trust between individuals and among peoples, for these are the premise of authentic peace.
4. We commit ourselves to defending the right of everyone to live a decent life in accordance with their own cultural identity, and to form freely a family of his own.
5. We commit ourselves to frank and patient dialogue, refusing to consider our differences as an insurmountable barrier, but recognizing instead that to encounter the diversity of others can become an opportunity for greater reciprocal understanding.
6. We commit ourselves to forgiving one another for past and present errors and prejudices, and to supporting one another in a common effort both to overcome selfishness and arrogance, hatred and violence, and to learn from the past that peace without justice is no true peace.
7. We commit ourselves to taking the side of the poor and the helpless, to speaking out for those who have no voice and to working effectively to change these situations, out of the convinction that no one can be happy alone.
8. We commit ourselves to taking up the cry of those who refuse to be resigned to violence and evil, and we are desire to make every effort possible to offer the men and women of our time real hope for justice and peace.
9. We commit ourselves to encouraging all efforts to promote friendship between peoples, for we are convinced that, in the absence of solidarity and understanding between peoples, technological progress exposes the world to a growing risk of destruction and death.
10. We commit ourselves to urging leaders of nations to make every effort to create and consolidate, on the national and international levels, a world of solidarity and peace based on justice.

vatican.va/…02/documents/hf_jp-ii_let_20020304_capi-stato.html
Ultraviolet
But Francis is moar blatant about it, so that makes it different. ;-)
Anonymous Catholic
He followed through on what his predecessors made possible.
Jeffrey Ade
I get it! Maybe I didn't always get it, but it does seem as if some think the only evil occupant of the see of Peter is Francis!
Anonymous Catholic
Many of us didn't look too closely at what the previous popes were doing - I think a lot of us are making up for that now!