We hear from Eugenio Scalfari that Pope Francis has denied Jesus' Divinity while He walked the earth. Then we hear that the Vatican Press Office tried to wiggle and dance away from the scrutiny the pope's heresy earned.
If you read my link above, you'll recall that several years ago Scalfari was a handy accomplice of the pope. The pope would make some heretical and/or dissident remark to Scalfari, then the latter would publish it. Immediately the Vatican would go into "damage control" to imply that what was said wasn't really said. I suppose it's a rather clever trick, to make a statement to somebody and then to claim that you really didn't say or mean that. However, this one is getting rather old.
As Michael Voris points out, the Vatican's "denial" really isn't a denial of what was said at all. They simply are trying to instill doubt in what was plainly reported. The pope is well aware of this pattern for it has happened quite a few times over the years. He's making heretical statements and then hides behind Scalfari. More and more people are waking up to these shenanigans.
Of greater concern is that a pope would even hint at disbelief in the Divinity of Our Lord. Given his disbelief, who does Pope Francis think he is, as Pope? The Vicar of ....whom??? Or what??? Given his actions of the past few days, might we conclude that he is the vicar of mother earth? Because of the magnitude of this heresy, it is becoming apparent that we may be dealing with an anti-pope here.
In addition to praying and fasting, where do we go from here? What practical measures will we need to take to deal with the fallout from this latest mess?
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