And make no mistake about it! According to Pope Francis, this "efficientism" is a bad thing. I mean, really really baaad!
From Brietbart we read. It is a mistake for the Church to try to hold onto old traditions or to have clear answers for everything, Pope Francis said Thursday
and even worse, Jesus intentionally omitted telling his disciples many things so that the Church would learn to renounce the desire for clarity and order
Boys and girls, can we say "blasphemy"? What else do you call it when you falsely and deliberately claim that Jesus did not want clarity and order in His Church?
He mentions that Jesus never spoke of the Gentiles observing Jewish dietary laws - but that doesn't mean His will wasn't made plainly clear. At the Last Supper, Our Lord told His disciples that He had many things to tell them, but they couldn't bear it yet. The Holy Spirit would reveal them - and presumably clarify them. We would do well to recall that during the time of the Apostles, public revelation was still being announced. That process ended with the death of John the Evangelist.
So now the pope is trying to claim that Jesus is deliberately ambiguous, just as he himself is! Is he trying to refashiion Our Lord into his own image and likeness? Maybe in addition to blasphemy, we might also be talking about idolatry. He certainly does seem to be paving the way for more insults and injuries to the Traditions and Sacred Deposit of Faith. Will we be talking of female clergy? Communion for adulterers? Coddling of homosexual perversions and crimes? Banning of the Traditional Latin Mass? The elevation of envirowhackism and "immigration" invasions to de facto infallible dogma? I'm sure this list isn't exhaustive. All these will be greasing the skids towards hell for countless souls.
If any progressive accuses me of "efficientism", I will loudly proclaim GUILTY AS CHARGED!
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