As you all know, I am morally certain that Jorge Bergoglio is not nor ever has been the pope. Joseph Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI is the pope, whether he likes it or not.
One of the corollaries of this is that these problematic “canonizations” are obviously not infallible, and are probably invalid.
And yes, I’m talking about Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
And Pope John Paul II.
I’m sorry folks, but if you tell people who are outside of the One True Church, outside of which THERE. IS. NO. SALVATION, to remain outside the Church, then we have a huge, huge problem. It is simple logic. Here is a quote from Mother Teresa of Calcutta that causes any clear-thinking person to ask themselves, “Did she actually believe in any of it?”
‘Yes, I convert. I convert you to be a better Hindu, or a better Muslim, or a better Protestant, or a better Catholic, or a better Parsee, or a better Sikh, or a better Buddhist. And after you have found God, it is for you to do what God wants you to do.’
If one actually believes in Jesus Christ and His Holy Church, the quote above is utterly irrational. If one truly believes that Christ is God Incarnate, if one truly understands and believes in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and in the Eucharist as the Real Physical, Substantial Presence of the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of God Himself, to preach indifferentism or universalism is simply impossible, full stop. It is impossible to state that Jesus Christ WILLS for even one human being to die outside of His Holy Church. Christ wills for all men to be saved. This is day-one catechism for six-year-old children.
God “desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth” (1 Timothy 2: 4): that is, of Christ Jesus. Christ must be proclaimed to all nations and individuals, so that this revelation may reach to the ends of the earth.
No, I don’t recognize her canonization, proclaimed as it was by an antipope and blaspheming heretic, and possible False Prophet Forerunner of the Antichrist, and I think all Catholics of good will should continue to pray FOR her soul. If she has, in fact, passed from purgatory to the Beatific Vision, then those prayers will be assigned to another poor soul, and she will be very, very happy that we were not scandalized by her spectacularly uncatholic rhetoric which was in direct and total opposition to the Word of God.