lunes, 13 de noviembre de 2017

War Pontificate (Gloria TV)

Duración 2:23 minutos

War Pontificate: Pope Francis is considered a peacemaker on the world stage, now even between the U.S. and North Korea. But within his Church he has unleashed a world war, writes Sandro Magister. And – quote – “Francis is doing nothing to put the house back into order.”

Distance Problem? This picture shows Pope Francis talking to the President of the Italian Bishops’ Conference, Cardinal Gualtiero Bassetti. Luckily, both gentlemen call a healthy belly their own which, after all, barely keeps them at a right distance to each other.

Discernment: The Vatican stamp celebrating the Reformation shows Martin Luther and Philip Melanchthon at the foot of the Cross. The historian Roberto De Mattei called this substitution of Our Lady and St John with two heresiarchs a blasphemy. De Mattei recalls how, in the old days, the Vatican condemned Luther through the Jesuit run journal La Civiltà Cattolica as an apostate, rebel and blasphemer. De Mattei’s conclusion, “Every Catholic is called upon to choose whether to side with Pope Francis and the Jesuits of today, or be alongside the Jesuits of yesterday and the Popes of all time.”

Mass-Immigrants End Up on the Street: While Pope Francis is pushing for mass-immigration into Italy, statistics show that 55% of those living in poverty in Rome are immigrants. The numbers have been published by the Catholic relief organization (italic)Caritas(italic). Most of them live on the street. Also, the number of poor Italians is sharply on the rise, from 30 to 45 percent.