“God cannot be God without man,” Francis the Liberal tells us. But is this true? Does God really need man? Of course not. God is necessary being Who is every perfection to an infinite degree. To assert that God needs any created thing is to insinuate that He is not God. But why did God … More God and Francis
In Sacred Scripture we read that Christ was not always pleased with the conduct of Peter, the first pope of His Church. In fact, Our Lord Jesus Christ, who was charity itself, went so far as to call St. Peter “Satan.” St. Matthew gives the account in his gospel: “[Christ] Who turning, said to Peter: … More Satan?
Can it be permissible to attack Francis the liberal as this writer has so vigorously done? After all, is he not supposed to be the vicar of Christ? Is it charitable to insult the man who is supposed to be the visible head of Christ’s Church by accusing him of the “gravest sins known in … More Francis the Liberal-Part V
How is it that Francis the liberal, ostensible head of the Catholic Church, could be both liberal and Catholic? Is there such a creature as a liberal Catholic? Interesting questions, indeed. Fr. Felix writes that, “Liberalism is the dogmatic affirmation of the absolute independence of the individual and of the social reason. Catholicity is the … More Francis the Liberal-Part IV
To more clearly expose Francis the liberal, we return to Fr. Felix and his powerful work, Liberalism is a Sin. In describing the symptoms of one infected with the disease of liberalism, Fr. Felix writes thus, From the Gospel he is careful to cite only those texts flavored with milk and honey. The terrible invectives … More Francis the Liberal-Part III