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Re: Paul VI "canonized"
« Reply #60 on: October 17, 2018, 09:25:15 AM »
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  • Wasn’t St Peter longer?

    Hard to say.  It could have been very close.  Some have the dates as 33-65, but it could have been 30-68.

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    Re: Paul VI "canonized"
    « Reply #61 on: October 17, 2018, 01:49:07 PM »
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  • Another NO saint for the NO church. Add this one to the multitude of NO saints. Have they made Luther a NO saint yet?
    Since Francis likes him so much, he's probably thinking about it.


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    Re: Paul VI "canonized"
    « Reply #62 on: October 24, 2018, 08:59:19 AM »
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  • The Occult Portrait of "Saint" Paul VI

    WARNING: Extremely Ugly, this cannot come from God



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    Re: Paul VI "canonized"
    « Reply #63 on: November 08, 2018, 02:44:29 AM »
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    For private use only -- something useful to do with Paul VI!
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    Re: Paul VI "canonized"
    « Reply #64 on: November 08, 2018, 11:59:46 AM »
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  • There's also a subtle pyramid shape from bottom to top of the painting, with the all-too-familiar 'all seeing eye' at the top.  So much satanic/freemasonic imagery, you could probably find much more.  But their time is coming to an end.  Let them rejoice at having control while they can.  Our Lady will destroy all their plans.


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    Re: Paul VI "canonized"
    « Reply #65 on: November 21, 2018, 08:15:44 AM »
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  • So only five Popes had ever been canonized in the whole history of the Church (that is almost two millennia!); but here comes the judeo- freemasonic sect currently occupying the Vatican, "canonizing" each and every one of the conciliar impostors, as if it was nothing.

    Very suspicious.  
    Read this today on Rorate Caeli website

     https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2018/11/de-mattei-vigano-case-and-impasse-of.html

    On April 27th 2014, John Paul II, however, was proclaimed a saint by Pope Francis, along with John XXIII. The canonization of a Pope means that in the execution of his office as Supreme Pastor of the Church, he had to have exercised on a heroic level, all virtues, including that of prudence. But whether out of complicity, negligence or imprudence, a Pope “covered up” for a “sexual predator”, one could legitimately doubt his wisdom and prudence. And if for Tornielli this is so, it means that he doesn’t consider John Paul II a saint. In any case, a prelate close to him and Pope Francis, Monsignor Sciacca, Secretary to the Apostolic Signatura, “one of the most experienced canon lawyers of the Curia” (p.200). interviewed on September 9th 2014 by Tornielli himself, denied the infallibility of canonizations.  

    If canonizations are not infallible, and Pope Francis could have erred about John Paul II, it is possible that that same day he erred also in proclaiming the sanctity of John XXIII and that likewise he was able to commit an error on October 14th2018 in canonizing Paul VI. This is not a minor point.  By raising the stakes, Tornielli not only places the supernatural prudence of Pope Wojtyla in doubt, but casts a shadow on recent canonizations, and, above all, reveals the impasse in which the Bergoglio pontificate finds itself.  An impasse which is precisely about the theme of infallibility.

    Infallibility is in fact considered by Pope Francis a legacy of the Old Church, that which proclaimed and anathematized, that defined and condemned. The primacy of the pastoral over doctrine and of mercy over justice impedes Francis from exercising the munus of infallibility, which is the most categorical and least pastoral act a pontiff can make. Yet if he wants to impose his directives on the Church, Pope Bergoglio is in need of “quasi-infallibility” which excludes any form of disobedience to his will.  To carry out his program, the “quasi-infallible” Pope is constrained to become a “Dictator Pope”, which is happening today.

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    Re: Paul VI "canonized"
    « Reply #66 on: November 21, 2018, 12:38:01 PM »
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  • He is no pope.  He does not follow definitions set in place.

     

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