Sunday, August 3, 2014

Will bergoglio be "left behind"?

Will bergoglio be "left behind"?

No! Not according to Tim LaHaye the anti-Catholic protestant author of the "Left Behind" series.

But -- and that's a big butt -- is that a good thing....

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Carl E. Olson, a convert from fundamentalist protestantism, wrote a killer exposé in 2004 of the "Left Behind" series and other writings by Tim LaHaye.
http://www.catholicleague.org/the-best-selling-bigotry-of-left-behind/
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Olson writes:
"The Left Behind books and their non-fiction companions are filled with poor writing, bad theology, and anti-Catholic bigotry. It’s best to leave them behind and rely on Scripture, Tradition, and the Magisterium of the Church when studying the end times—or anything else."
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The following short excerpt is where Olson's article gets really interesting and relevant to the bergoglio papacy.
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[Tim Lahaye writes in 1995] "A lot of Catholics were confused, because while many remained, some had disappeared—including the new pope, who had been installed just a few months before the vanishings. He had stirred up controversy in the church with a new doctrine that seemed to coincide more with the ‘heresy’ of Martin Luther than with the historic orthodoxy they were used to.”
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[Olson explains] In other words, the new pope is secretly Raptured despite being Catholic because he embraces the views of Martin Luther and has therefore renounced Catholic teaching. So those Catholics who reject the Catholic Faith can be “saved” and Raptured, with the logical conclusion being that Catholics who are loyal to the Church are not “saved,” are not true Christians, and will not be Raptured.
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Yikes! And these are the type of protestants that bergoglio says are our "friends". The original "Left Behind" novel was written by Tim LaHaye in 1995. Who could have imagined at that time a pope like bergoglio ..... ? A pope who does not even meet the most minimal standards in order to be defined as a Catholic. A pope who is more at home with protestant evangelicals, jews, muslims.... than with faithful Catholics.
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You just can NOT make this stuff up. There is much more in Olson's article. I highly recommed reading it in its entirety for a taste of what our protestant evangelical "friends" really think about Catholics -- with the exception of traitors like bergoglio of course.
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Mary, Help of Christians, pray for us!
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In 1572, the Islamic Ottoman Empire intended to invade Christian Europe. Pope St. Pius V called Christian armies from all over Europe to defend the continent and asked the believers to pray to Mary in order to help the Christians. The defeat of the Muslim Turks was attributed to the intercession of Mary under this title.
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Having requested all Christendom to pray the rosary during the battle, this devout son of St. Dominic, consequently instituted the feast of the Rosary to be celebrated the first Sunday of October in honor of Mary, “Help of Christians.”
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ATTENTION!: The first Sunday of October is the 4th. The same day that the "synod on the family" will commence. Please pray your rosaries that day and ask for the intervention of Mary, Help of Christians!
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Oh, how we could use a truly saintly pope like St. Pius V today....
http://truthtoponder.com/2011/05/12/pope-st-pius-1540-1572/
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He is called the Father of the Catholic Reformation and savior of Christendom!
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The two great and constant worries for him were the struggle against the Protestants and the Ottoman Turks.  He constantly tried to unite the princes of Christendom against their hereditary enemy, who sought to destroy Christendom.
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He eventually excommunicated Elizabeth of England and supported the cause of her imprisoned cousin, Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots, writing her in prison to console her.
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Not only did he reform the religious orders, but he had imprisoned bishops who refused to live in their dioceses, insisted on regular Sunday religious instruction, regular attendance by children to instructions, establishment of seminaries, ordered bishops to visit their parishes and make regular visits to Rome. In 1570, he approved of a common liturgy and missal.
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Hail Mary! Full of Grace... pray for us!

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