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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

I'm Sorry to Say this, but the Pope is a Mean Man!

Is this the face of
the Francis Church?

I missed this article in September, but, in view of the recent Amazon Synod, I think it's timely to share it. The pope smiles at shamans and witch doctors, but a woman who introduces her convert friends gets a nasty comment, the evil eye and public condemnation in the press!

From the article:
The Argentinian pontiff’s September 5 remarks were published yesterday in the Holy See’s news website Vatican News.  
“Today I felt a certain bitterness after a meeting with young people,” Pope Francis told the assembled Jesuits.
“A woman approached me with a young man and a young woman. I was told they were part of a slightly fundamentalist movement,” he continued. 
“She said to me in perfect Spanish: ‘Your Holiness, I am from South Africa. This boy was a Hindu and converted to Catholicism. This girl was Anglican and converted to Catholicism.’ But she told me in a triumphant way, as though she was showing off a hunting trophy. I felt uncomfortable and said to her, ‘Madam, evangelization yes, proselytism no.’”
What a mean-spirited man. He's also guilty of rash judgment. How can he possibly know anything about the conversion story of those two people from a casual meeting? How can he know whether any "proselytizing" occurred. Even if it did -- who is he to judge? (Now where have we heard that before?)

I can just imagine how that young woman felt reading about what the pope said. As Heather tweeted in response to the reports:

I feel so sad for this lady. She was probably just so excited for the Pope to meet her convert friends. 😞

Yup, and he just took it on himself to judge her without a trial, find her guilty of "proselytizing," and to lambaste her in the media. How does he even know whether she was the one who led them to Christ? But, of course, we all know from the Amazon Synod that conversion is bad. We should all imitate Bishop Krautler who brags that he's never baptized an indigenous person and never will. Maybe that's why Francis was mad. He doesn't want any conversions! 

It's terrible to dislike your "papa," but Francis is just plain mean! I'm praying a Memorare for him as I write this. He needs to do a little more pondering in his heart while he puts a muzzle on his mouth. And he owes that woman a public apology. Or is that only for pagans who worship Pachamama?


  1. "... but the Pope is a Mean Man"
    A mean man? This is Satan's chief minion! How can this rascal from Buenos Aires be called the Pope, let alone the Holy Father?!

  2. Mean and nasty. I’d managed to live my whole life without ever knowing there was anything such as coprophilia, and the last person in the world I’d expect to introduce me to this disgusting idea would be the pope! Let alone the context in which he used it, to denigrate select members of the news media by labeling them with it. And among his most insensitive insults was the one against a mom expecting her 8th(?) baby by c-section in which he said that we shouldn’t breed like rabbits. Did Jesus insult people? Yes. But as God, He knew their hearts better than they did and probably pricked their consciences, unlike PF whose insults scandalize the faithful.

  3. There is no need to apologize for the TRUTH. Of course Bergoglio is a mean man since - and here I fully agree with Ann Barnhardt - Bergoglio is an anti-pope. Now I understand why St Malachi stopped and mentioned no "pope" or "popes" between Benedict XVI and the last pope of the future - Peter the Roman. The "pope" or "popes" in between Benedict XVI and Peter the Roman are not to be included because they belong to the anti-church which is the Mystical Body of the anti-Christ, therefore NOT the Catholic Church. So OF COURSE Bergoglio is a mean man. He's like his master. Mean and evil.

  4. Dear Susan,
    below is a fragment of my previous comment "The B&B16 Duo":

    "The end of the papacy in Rome is precisely described in the Prophecy of Saint Malachi (+ 1148), the archbishop of Armagh:

    'Gloria Olivae' - Benedict XVI; the glory/finial of the Roman Catholic church are two olive trees [Rev. 11, 4], which will blossom only now at the end of times - the Paraclete and the Woman of the Revelation.

    'In persecutione extrema S.R.E. Sedebit' - 'S.R.E [Sancta Romana Ecclesia] is in a period of extreme persecution' - this is the phenomenon of Jorge Bergoglio, the destroyer of the Roman Catholic church (especially of the College of Cardinals, the very top of the Church hierarchy). Bergoglio, aside from the B16's dissolution of the papacy, as an apostate, could not be the vicar of Jesus Christ, and therefore Saint Malachi does not name his name among the Pontifex but only characterizes the effects of his actions.

    'Petrus Romanus, qui pascet oves in multis tribulationibus: quibus transactis civitas septicollis diruetur & Iudex tremendus iudicabit populum suum. Finis'. (“Peter the Roman will feed his flock in the midst of many persecutions, and when it ceases, the city of seven hills will be torn down and a terrible judge will judge his people”.)
    Saint Peter the Apostle was not a Roman (citizen of Rome). Peter the Roman is a Son of the Roman Catholic church (means a Roman) and is identical to the terrible Judge, the same as the Paraclete.
    The papacy in Rome was abolished definitively and irrevocably. What now? The fulfillment of this request addressed to God the Father for nearly 2,000 years: 'Come Thy Kingdom, thy will be done, as in heaven so also on earth.' The Kingdom of God on the earth, finally!"

  5. "Mean Man"? He's much worse than that.....he's pure evil. The eyes are the windows to the soul. Look at his eyes in the picture you posted. Look at the hateful look on his face. It's hard to look at him!

  6. Does God not love Pope Francis? Did Jesus not die on the cross for him? There is a reason we pray at every Mass for the Pope. Have hope and faith and persevere in prayer.

  7. He's not the pope.

    Pray for Pope Benedict...the worst pope in history, but the pope nonetheless.