In addition to thanking you for all your good work, I would like to call to your attention something Jorge Bergoglio said recently, which I consider egregious even among his own pronouncements but which seems to have escaped general notice. I mention it to you in the hope and reasonable expectation that you will grasp the seriousness of the remark, which Zenit reports (from the pre-Angelus address, July 7) as follows:
“On the contrary, it’s a joy rooted in the promise that — Jesus says — ‘your names are written in Heaven’ (v. 20). With this expression He means the interior and indestructible joy that is born of the awareness of having been called by God to follow His Son, namely, the joy of being His disciples.”
This little gem of horizontal exegesis, in context, appears to confine Christian discipleship to this world alone, as though the journey outweighs the destination. Our joy doesn’t come from the knowledge of having been called, in other words, but precisely from the Dominical affirmation that the call extends beyond this life–which Bergoglio here at least implicitly denies.
It has been a point of heated debate whether or not this man believes in Hell. Evidently it is time to start questioning whether he believes in Heaven, either.
(Cue John Lennon . . .)
Sincerely yours in Christ,
The only thing I can say with certainty that Antipope Bergoglio believes in is POWER. He is a Diabolical Narcissist Psychopath, and his mode of operation is PERONISM. He will say anything and do anything to advance and retain his own personal power. Power for power’s sake. No rationality, no shackles of conscience, certainly no fear of God nor of Hell. Nothing. Just the pure lust for power. You can see why satan chose Bergoglio to be the probable False Prophet Forerunner of the Antichrist.
Imagine there’s no heaven
It’s easy if you try
No hell below us
Above us, only sky
Imagine all the people living for today