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Pope Francis needs to know that we are no longer in the Middle Ages when Popes determined politics.
How can this Pope support Hillary Clinton who stands for everything diametrically opposed to Catholic teaching?
Perhaps it is professional courtesy since the Vatican is as corrupt as the Clinton Foundation.
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has no need of our lies or flattery. Those who blindly and
indiscriminately defend every decision of the Supreme Pontiff are the
very ones who do most to undermine the authority of the Holy See—they
destroy instead of strengthening its foundations
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This pastoral council [VII] brought chaos to the Church – even before the close of its final session. Consider what Fr. Depau wrote to Paul VI just one year after the close of the disastrous council.
‘Already then, December 1, 1965’ wrote Fr. Depau to Paul VI, who had appointed him as the head of the Catholic Traditionalist Movement, ‘Your Holiness asked me to realize that our Church was going through ‘one of the gravest crises in its history.’ If such a description of our Church's condition was true then, how much more can the same be said of our Church today! To say that it has gone from bad to worse would be the understatement of the century. Today's condition of the Catholic Church is beyond the point of doctrinal heresy, factual schism and even apostasy. It is in a state of chaos and utter collapse resulting from the systematic destruction of first our liturgical and other traditions, and now our very beliefs and morals.
If that letter describes the Church in the 1960’s, what words could be used to describe the Church in our day?
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