Praying the 'Our Bergoglio' is idolatrous
Another sign of the times....
"The Venezuelan government presented a prayer to the country's late president, Hugo Chavez, which is a parody of the Lord's Prayer."
Meanwhile bishops and cardinals around the world bow and pray and pay homage before the altar of don bergoglio.... rather than before the altar of God.
"Cardinal Urosa [of Venezuela] noted that the Our Father was taught by Christ himself in the Sermon on the Mount, 'and therefore is untouchable'.... "
And what about the teaching of Christ himself on marriage.... isn't that also "untouchable"?
.... if bergoglio is allowed to "touch" and change Christ's teaching on marriage then can he or his successors in the Conciliar Church "touch" and change any and all teaching in the Holy Scriptures?
When bergoglio makes a mockery of Catholic doctrine on a daily basis, is it any wonder that the world feels free to follow his lead an to imitate him and to do likewise?
After all.... "who are we to judge?"
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"Venezuelan cardinal: praying the 'Our Chavez' is idolatrous"
Caracas, Venezuela, Sep 3, 2014 / 03:16 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The Archbishop of Caracas demanded Wednesday that the Our Father be respected, after the Venezuelan government presented a prayer to the country's late president, Hugo Chavez, which is a parody of the Lord's Prayer.
“In recent days a new version of Christianity’s most universal prayer, the ‘Our Father,’ has been made known. In it, the prayer is addressed to deceased President Chavez instead of to God our Heavenly Father,” Cardinal Jorge Urosa Savino said Sept. 3.
“Whoever says this new and inappropriate version of the Our Father adhering to the literal text is committing the sin of idolatry, by attributing to a human person qualities and actions that are proper to God,” he warned.
During a Sept. 1 meeting of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela, the government presented the “delegate’s prayer,” a manipulation of the Our Father renamed “Our Chavez,” to pray for the intercession of the deceased leader.
Cardinal Urosa noted that the Our Father was taught by Christ himself in the Sermon on the Mount, “and therefore is untouchable.”