lunes, 8 de octubre de 2018

Does Cardinal Ouellet Believe that Pope Francis Is God?

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Does Cardinal Ouellet believe that Pope Francis Is God?

Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the Prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, has strongly attacked whistle-blower Archbishop Viganó in an Open Letter published on Sunday. At some point, an angry Ouellet even accuses Viganó of “blasphemy” because the latter dared to criticize Pope Francis’ failures. According to Merriam-Webster, blasphemy is the act of showing contempt for God. This implies that Ouellet believes that Pope Francis is a divinity.

Pope Francis “Overlooked” McCarrick

About the fact that Viganó informed Francis already in June 2013 Ouellet writes to Viganó, “I strongly doubt that McCarrick interested Francis to the extent that you believe since he was an archbishop emeritus at the time and seven years without a post.” “Testimone82” commented on “Excuse me, a Pope so merciful, inflexible with abusers, a herald of the Gospel, attentive to the needs of the neighbor and the Church, consecrated to his mission, of highest personal and moral integrity who simply 'overlooks' the case of the serial sodomite McCarrick, scourge of seminarians and entire generations of priests, without a minimum of sensitivity because he is too busy with other things?”

“Very Disturbing”

Deacon Nick Donnelly commented on Twitter about this photo taken at an embarrassing Saturday night show organized in the context of the Youth Synod in the Paul VI Hall in the Vatican. Donnelly calls the photograph “very disturbing”. Quote, “The figure of the ‘Resurrected Christ’ looks ominous and threatening.” He added, “How many images more do we need to see that there is something seriously wrong with Bergoglio’s pontificate?”

Cardinal Eijk: Speaking to the Right, Acting to the Left

Utrecht Cardinal Wim Eijk, an alleged critic of Amoris Laetitia, whom many consider to be a – quotation mark – “conservative”, named Father Anton ten Kloster as the new rector of the seminary in Utrecht, Netherlands. The Dutch journalist Henk Rijkers has called this a “bad decision”. According to Rijkers, Father ten Kloster is a Bergoglio partisan and propagandist of Amoris Laetitia.