The former Marxist president of the US has tried to do it. Others have tried to do it. And now Francis I, the pope of Rome has tried the same trick: to connect the coronavirus with the myth of “climate change”. It suits the one-worlders to connect the two and treat them as one – a double whammy of supposed irrefutable evidence that poor old “Mother Earth” is in Big Trouble if we don’t all get behind the doomsday prophets and surrender our freedoms and our money to – well, to them. Of course. Continue reading
In my 2019 article, The Vatican’s Amazon Synod: Blazing a Jungle Trail to World Government, I showed how the Vatican, through this synod, was preparing Roman Catholics for a future possible relaxation of the Roman Catholic position on priestly celibacy, and on the eventual possible acceptance of deaconesses and then priestesses. Yet in his post-synodal document, entitled Querida Amazonia, Francis appeared to backtrack from these possibilities and to re-assert the traditional Romish doctrine.
But did he really? Continue reading
The Jesuit pope Francis I, and the Jesuit Order, are following a careful plan to radically change and reshape the “Church” of Rome: to modernise it and make it more acceptable to the world, even though this necessitates altering or re-interpreting various long-accepted Romish doctrines and practices. Continue reading
The Open Letter that Shook the Vatican
Readers will recall that in August 2018, the global Roman Catholic institution was shaken by the revelations and allegations of a retired archbishop, Carlo Maria Viganò, who wrote an open letter accusing the Jesuit pope, Francis I, of a cover-up of priestly sexual abuse scandals rocking the Vatican. Continue reading
Lawsuits against Priests by Their Lovers and Children
As everyone knows, Roman Catholic priests are forbidden to marry, but have to take a vow of perpetual celibacy. This unnatural and unbiblical vow (see 1 Tim. 4:1-3) has been the root cause of innumerable sexual sins and crimes throughout Rome’s long history. The international scandal of tens of thousands of priests being exposed as child sexual abusers in the past few decades has focused the attention of millions on one of the great evils which the taking of such a vow has done so much to promote.
But the sins and crimes go far beyond even this abomination: Roman Catholic priests have also committed sexual sins with other men, particularly other priests, in unnatural sodomite acts; with nuns in convents; with women who confess to them in the confessional; and – not surprisingly – their sexual activity has resulted in the fathering of illegitimate children all over the world. Continue reading
In the late 1990s and into the 2000s there was a flood of movies and TV series glorifying witchcraft and the occult, resulting in an explosion of interest in the satanic dark arts. This has happened at various times in modern history. But the difference this time was that these stories presented even the most obviously evil themes and characters in a very good light, making them all the more attractive especially to young people. There was, of course, the Harry Potter series of books and the movies which followed, which depicted the young hero as a “good” wizard, with the books becoming the most popular book series in history, and the movies a phenomenal success globally. The TV series Charmed was about three young sisters who were depicted as “good” witches. It too became a massive success. And another TV series, Angel, actually depicted the hero as a vampire with a restored human soul, and therefore a “good” vampire. Continue reading
Priests and Academics Accuse the Pope of Rome of Heresy
It has happened before. And now it has happened again.
With the sweeping changes which the first-ever Jesuit pope, Francis I, has been seeking to make to both the doctrine and practice of the Roman Catholic religion, it was inevitable that conservative Roman Catholics, firmly committed to orthodox Popish doctrine, would accuse him of being a heretic. Continue reading
Francis I Announces the Opening of the Files on Pius XII
It was a long-awaited announcement. On 4 March 2019 the pope of Rome, Francis I, said:
“I have decided that the opening of the Vatican Archives for the Pontificate of Pius XII will take place on 2 March 2020, exactly one year after the eightieth anniversary of the election to the See of Peter of Eugenio Pacelli.” Continue reading
Some six months ago in September 2018, I wrote an article entitled Top-Ranking Vatican Insider Accuses Francis I of a Cover-Up, about the allegations made by retired Roman Catholic archbishop, Carlo Maria Viganò, against his pope, Francis I, in August 2018. Viganò, a former Vatican nuncio (ambassador) to the United States under popes Benedict and Francis, described as a top-ranking Vatican “insider”, released an open letter alleging that Francis had known, at least five years before, about the sexual molestation of seminarians (young male students for the priesthood) by a former cardinal named Theodore McCarrick, because he (Viganò) had told him about it in June 2013; and yet Francis had done nothing about it. Continue reading
Oh, the grand old Duke of York,
He had ten thousand men;
He marched them up to the top of the hill
And he marched them down again.
This old children’s nursery rhyme sums up the recent Vatican summit on the sexual abuse of children by priests and bishops. Substitute “Francis, Pope of Rome” for the “grand old Duke of York”, and it says it all. Francis marched his cardinals, archbishops, bishops and priests up to the top of the seven hills of Rome (Rev. 17:3,9) – and then?
Then he marched them down again. Continue reading