Pro-life and anti-bergoglio
The one good thing that has come out of the synod (on sex) is that more Catholics have begun to realize the truth about bergoglio's plan to destroy the Church.
This is particularly true of the Catholic pro-Life movement -- especially at LifeSiteNews.
I have been following LIfeSiteNews for years and know that they are very faithful to the Catholic Church.
LifeSiteNews is a powerful force in the pro-Life movement and in the Catholic Church. So for them to openly criticize bergoglio marks a major turning point in this papacy.
This essentially means that criticism of bergoglio for his anti-Catholic statements and actions has gone mainstream. (Despite the retreat by Michael Voris.)
It is clear that LIfeSiteNews had a very tough choice to make -- either they could support Life or they could support bergoglio... but they could not support both.
They could support the truth or they could support the lies being spread by bergoglio... but they could not support both.
The truth matters. Upholding the teachings of the Catholic Church matters. It matters to the young girl facing the "choice" of having an abortion -- the "choice" of destroying the life of her unborn child. It matters to young boys who are confused and mis-guided by the pro-sodomite propaganda in movies, TV and music. It matters to Catholic families and all families trying to hold together and fight off the pressures from secular society.
Please support LIfeSiteNews through your donations and through your prayers.
"Pope Francis revealing his take on Synod controversies in his private homilies?"
While Pope Francis has been silent about many of the controversial matters being debated at the Synod, both in the lead-up to the Synod and in the Synod Hall, veteran Vatican watchers say he has been obliquely making his views known through other avenues, including through some of his close advisors, as well his homilies at his private morning masses.
When it comes to advisors, none have sparked more speculation than Cardinal Walter Kasper, with debate swirling for months about whether Pope Francis himself personally supports Cardinal Kasper’s controversial proposal to allow divorced and remarried Catholics to receive communion in some circumstances.
While the cardinal himself has repeatedly claimed the pope’s support, and Francis has repeatedly praised the cardinal on a personal level and his writing in general, no explicit confirmation of the pope’s position on the specific issue has been forthcoming. But in an explosive interview yesterday Kasper was arguably more explicit than ever before, bluntly telling Edward Pentin of Zenit that the pontiff “wants” the change. "Of course, the pope wants it and the world needs it," he said.
If so, it is hard to interpret a homily from Pope Francis on the morning of October 13, 2014, the day the controversial “mid-term” report was released, creating a firestorm inside and outside the Synod, as anything other than the pope strongly hinting at his views on this, and possibly other controversies at the ongoing Synod.