Rome, by all appearances, has seemingly lost Her Faith, as if there was ever any doubt by any Catholic with even a modicum of Catholicism left in their bones:
- the ordination of known homosexual men to the priesthood;
- the ordination of known homosexual priests to Bishop;
- the denial of Christ as King by a Bishop;
- the denial of the Virginity of Mary by Pope Francis;
- the denial of the 6th Commandment by Pope Francis;
- the decades-long and extensive cover up of homosexality and pedophilia in the seminaries;
- the suppression and ejection of orthodox men from the seminaries;
- the advancement of known homosexuals through the priestly ranks;
- priests and Cardinals having sex/drug parties in Rome;
- openly gay or pro-gay priests in positions of authority within the Vatican;
- orthodox priests ejected from their parishes for defending the Roman Catholic Faith;
- mockery of the Ten Commandments, especially the 1st, 6th and 9th.
"Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of Antichrist. Yet the Heathen Rome will disappear. See, here is the Beast with its subjects that claims to be the Savior of the world. Proudly it rises in the air to go straight to Heaven, but it will be strangled by the Archangel Michael and cast down..."
The facts are out there if anyone cares to look.
- the Bible condemns homosexuality and immorality; the modern Church embraces it;
- Our Lord condemns adultery; the modern Church embraces and raises it to an almost-sacrament;
- Our Lord condemns harm to children; the modern Church doesn't give a shit about the children, as evidenced by the active homosexual cabals within the Church preying on the Souls of the innocent;
- Our Lord has said that nothing unclean will enter Heaven; the modern Church says even practicing sodomites and lesbians can be admitted.
- Why do Catholics follow blindly the Hierarchy when they so brazenly usurp and reinterpret the Catholic Faith, sometimes daily?
- Why do they believe that a tiny human man - who believes himself to know more than God - can change the meaning of the 6th Commandment?
1. He must speak on a subject of faith or morals;
2. He must speak as the Vicar of Christ and to the whole Church;
3. He must indicate by certain words, such as, we define, we proclaim, etc., that he intends to speak infallibly.
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