Friday, January 30, 2015

Mundabor just doesn't get bergoglio

Mundabor just doesn't get bergoglio

I have been putting off writing this post for months following the October 2014 synod (on sex)...

I have been avoiding criticizing Mundabor in hopes that he would figure out what bergoglio is all about on his own...

That's not happening so here it is...

With all due respect to Mundabor who has called out bergoglio on his anti-Catholic statements from the very beginning... how can you be such a "polly-anna"?

Mundabor has an on going theme about how bergoglio just got punched in the nose because of some mild statement of criticism from some Catholic person or group...

Mundabor then concludes that bergoglio will not dare to continue with his revolution because of the dire consequences to himself or the Catholic Church...

What signs are there that there is any truth to this notion that bergoglio has suffered any kind of setback or defeat... and that as a result he is dialing back the pace of his revolution?

I'm looking at the daily reality and I see no evidence of this at all...

In fact I see the opposite... I see a snowball rolling down the hill that is getting bigger and gathering speed...

We have already seen how bergoglio has made Michael Voris look like a complete idiot with his proclamation that criticizing bergoglio is off limits...

Now I am afraid we are seeing Mundabor look like an idiot because he is not able to come to grips with the fact that it is not just bergoglio that is pushing this revolution forward...

It is the great majority of bishops... of cardinals... of priests... of lay people...

So whenever any faithful Catholic tries to "punch" bergoglio "in the face" all of these 'c'atholics rise up to protect him...

Now it is very fine and noble and Catholic to be hopeful and optimistic and to put or faith in God in the face of such an existential threat to the Church...

... but please Mundabor... don't be a "polly-anna"... don't invent some fantasy world in which the evil bergoglio is defeated by the forces of the good Catholics just because you do not want to face the reality of the pitiful state of the Church...

... today the Church is like a once magnificent building that is completely deteriorated and could collapse with just a slight breeze...

... that the Church continues to survive is a miracle... but let us not deceive ourselves about her condition... she is rotting all the way through...

... bergoglio just makes this all the more apparent...

4 comments:

  1. I agree with you, Michael. The Holy Roman Catholic Church has already entered into Her Passion. Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us!!!

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  2. Hello Filomena,

    Yes, I agree completely with you as well. In fact I have said the same thing, that the Church -- the body of Christ -- is following Christ Our Lord in the Stations of the Cross.

    It seems to me at times that we are already witnessing the Crucifixion of the Church, but perhaps I am ahead of things and we are only at the stage of the scourging...

    And at the same time we see how Our Lord Himself is daily crucified again and again in public by the press and the politicians and judges and the rich and powerful... and yes even those in the Vatican...

    Pray a Hail Mary for the Church whenever you think of it... and if you can of course it would be a holy thing to pray a daily rosary...

    Holy Mary Most High Virgin... pray for us.

    All the angels and saints in heaven... pray for us.

    Yours in Christ,
    Michael

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  3. You are correct. I've commented as much on the (very admirable, in all other respects) Mundabor blog. My only tweak to your analysis is to remind all (i) of the promises of Our Lady of Good Success and (ii) to keep fighting so as to merit the fulfillment of those promises.

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  4. Hello Michael,

    [NOTE: This is a DIFFERENT Michael... I'm not talking to myself... although it feels like that sometimes when you have a blog... ]

    I agree totally with everything you have said. We are in the hands of God and I recall that Job says something like... if we accept the good things from God, shouldn't we accept the bad as well...

    The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away...

    It is also an opportunity which is given to us in these times to become saints by holding steadfast to our faith in the face of this terrible storm... o ye of little faith...

    Very few will pass this test... but then the saints are few in number... ah, but one saint among men can change the world... look at St. Teresa of Avila or St. Francis of Assissi...

    And there are saints among us today although we may not know their names...

    Your brother in Christ,
    Michael

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