Tuesday 10 November 2015

Pope Francis "we aren't living an era of change but a change of era" ~ Modernist madness descends on Rome

"Such is the situation for the Modernists, and their one great anxiety is, in consequence, to find a way of conciliation between the authority of the Church and the liberty of believers".
St. Pius X, Pasciendi

The Pope's call for "change" has been taken up by neo-modernists:  

1 comment:

Lawrence and Susan Fox said...

In that Italian Church gathering, I read Pope Francis homily and he was encouraging priests to speak about the Kerygma -- focus on Jesus Christ. Be St. Paul, thundering, "I will preach of Christ and Christ Crucified!" This is something that needs to be said. The liberals are loading the sermons with Protestant Guidepost stories, talking about the miracle of the fishes and loaves as if it is a miracle of sharing. Many pastorally are giving little pep talks that have NOTHING to do with the Gospel. The change asked for in that talk was to return to speaking about the Gospel, which is what my husband and I have been asking for for close to 30 years.

But I agree. No one is reading Francis very closely and then when they see the modernists using him to change the Church, they are scandalized. God bless you. Susan Fox www.christsfaithfulwitness.com