Pope Francis’ Homily at Ognissanti: An Analysis

Please give yourselves several minutes in a quiet place to read this brilliant analysis. Understand that Saturday was the day the call to arms was raised to signal that this program will not go down without a fight. If they had real arms, we might have seen an old Soviet-style May Day parade.

From Rome

A CALL FOR VIOLENCE TO PROMOTE THE GREATER REVOLUTION

Pope Francis at Ognissanti, March 7, 2015 (click image for original from Catholic Herald article on this event). Pope Francis at Ognissanti, March 7, 2015 (click image for original from Catholic Herald article on this event).

Rome, March 9, 2015:  Students of theology at Rome, who are catholic, have long experience in “reading” what their professors are saying.  This is because the current climate of Modernism, and the persecution of Catholic seminarians which is attendant upon keeping it in power, makes a woeful variety of the forms of dishonestly flourish under its pallid “sun” of error.

Modernism, as Catholics know and recognize, is the error which says there is nothing religious but what comes from the sentiments of the human heart. It is a species of atheism, of the kind apt to be found in those who pretend to be religious.  It is a very apt and useful error for the ecclesiastical parasite, the priest-careerist or the hierarchical…

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2 comments on “Pope Francis’ Homily at Ognissanti: An Analysis
  1. stevephoenix72 says:

    Br. Alexis Bugnolo’s analysis is compelling: many of us have noted the Bergoglio papacy’s tilt and its increasingly aggressive stance against traditional Catholicism. Bugnolo takes it to its logical and analytical conclusion.

    Let me add this:

    I find it especially noteworthy when this pontiff speaks repeatedly and pejoratively of “this type of religiosity” (obviously, traditional Catholic belief with its attachments to “prayers and devotional practices”—his words) and he expresses his view that the liturgy should be, in essence, a programming class to give the apparatchiks their marching orders to “take action”: action being now the singular virtue.

    I also find Pope Francis’ inferential demonizing of traditional believers reminds me of former SF Archbp. John Raphael Quinn’s famous Oxford lecture (June 29th, 1996) in which he actually accused “ultraconservative” (his words) believers of betraying Ss. Peter and Paul and causing their execution (oh yes: he did. read it:)

    At that lecture, Quinn said the following:

    “The “new situation” for the primacy is indeed comparable to the situation which confronted the primitive Church when it abandoned the requirements of the Mosaic Law and embraced the mission to the gentiles. This action required immense courage, vision and sacrifice. It was an uncharted path, a major change. There were grave reasons for keeping the Mosaic Law, not least of which was the fact that Our Lord himself had observed it. Yet trusting in the Holy Spirit, the Apostles made that momentous decision. ”

    “There was intense and bitter opposition to it so much so that some scholars believe that there is founded evidence to show that it was ultraconservative members of the Christian community at Rome, opposed to the changes Peter and Paul had introduced, who denounced them to the Roman authorities and brought about their arrest and execution.”

    Quinn and Bergoglio are very close in mind and thought (Quinn has praised PF’s selection). One can see they share the same mind set as to “who is the enemy.”

    ————-

    I will never forget reading Quinn’s Oxford lecture, and thinking: Wow: Lenin, Trotsky, Alinsky: nobody has it over on these people (the modernist progressive “catholics”) in regards to their capacity to revise history and to demonize their enemies.

    I think we are entering a long, bitter, cold winter of the Church. It would be good for everyone who “covers themselves up with prayers and religious devotions” (Bergoglio’s mocking words in the Mar. 7th, 2015 homily) to take cover.

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