jueves, 28 de diciembre de 2017

El liberalismo promovido por el Vaticano muestra sus efectos

Duración 2:50 minutos

Vatican Promoted Liberalism Shows Its Effect: Attendance at Christmas Midnight Mass in Italy is waning. collected the witness of insiders in the archdiocese of Milan, Italy, the biggest diocese of the world. An organist, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told that – quote – “this year there was a noticeable drop in attendance at Midnight Mass”. For some years now the Italian Church has fallen prey to Vatican promoted theological liberalism which is known for emptying the churches.

New Archbishop: Bishop Charles Jason Gordon has been named the new Archbishop of Port of Spain, Barbados. In 2016, he was charged with assaulting 41-year-old altar server Junior Blackman. Gordon pleaded not guilty. The case was dismissed in the same year after the bishop and Blackman met, reconciled and agreed to work together for the good of the Church.

Angry Priest: Father Paolo Farinella, the parish-priest of San Torpete in Genoa, Italy, cancelled all Christmas masses – quote – “in respect of the migrants”. He called this a “pastoral choice”. According to Farinella, this year Christ was not born in Italy, in Europe, in the United States or in the churches, but only in the refugee camps in Turkey or in Libya. Farinella calls those who do not agree with him fascists and those who defend the Christian culture as – quote – “racists”. He is a big supporter of Pope Francis.

Bishop Claims Mercy Disturbs Pope Francis: Bishop Angel Francisco Simón Piormno of Chimbote, Peru, said that the pardon for former president Alberto Fujimori was inopportune because it has destabilized the country and affects the upcoming visit of Pope Francis. Quote, “I believe that the welcome for him will not be the same in the midst of the present crisis.” Fujimori is 79 years old. He has spent the last ten years in prison and was pardoned on health grounds.