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Another shocking Pope Francis scandal, or that dirty Secretariat of State at it again? You decide! August 28, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, different religion, disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, Papa, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, shocking, Society, the struggle for the Church.
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It is being reported – all, it seems, from the same original article – that Pope Francis sent a letter of thanks to the author of a book designed to indoctrinate children into acceptance of perverse family arrangements.  This is a book found so offensive that it was banned by the mayor of Venice, hardly a rad-trad himself.

So, is this a further revelation of just what kind of literally unimaginable, and irreconcilable, this pontiff holds, or is that dirty Cardinal Sodano forging letters in his name again (if he ever did)?  I copy from St. Corbinian’s Bear, you decide (seriously, I ripped pretty much all this off, but since you never expect Friday PM content, count yourself lucky.  Hopefully I won’t suffer a bear-mauling in retribution for my naked theft.  Click on this link at least four times!):

The Holy Father has sent a letter praising Francesca Pardi for a children’s book in which an egg encounters all sorts of different families, including those headed by gay penguins and lesbian rabbits. The controversial book, which was banned in Venice, touched hearts at the Vatican. According to an article in The Guardian, the letter said:

“His holiness is grateful for the thoughtful gesture and for the feelings which it evoked, hoping for an always more fruitful activity in the service of young generations and the spread of genuine human and Christian values,” wrote Peter B Wells, a senior official at the Vatican secretariat of state. 

[This was also claimed:  “The Vatican said the closing blessing of the private letter was addressed to Pardi and not in support of teachings which went against church doctrine on ‘gender theory’.” However, that is dang near silence giving consent, since the matter of sodomite indoctrination books targeting children has been a huge issue in Italy (hence the action of the Mayor of Venice), and saying things like “fruitful activity in the service of young generations/spread of human values” gives the appearance of support.  Sure it’s boilerplate and sure it’s a bit nebulous, but it’s a dang far cry from what it ought to be: a full-throated denial of the legitimacy of this kind of propaganda and its contradiction of Sacred Catholic belief]

The Bear will say this, after taking a deep breath. Obviously, this was not the doings of Pope Francis. The Vatican Secretariat of State has its own agenda. People are always taking advantage of poor Holy Father, by shoving anti-fracking T-shirts or commiefixes into his hands, or misquoting him, or making up stories about phone calls they supposedly received from him. This is a boilerplate letter, and the Pope certainly never even saw the book.

How does the Bear know this?

Because not even Pope Francis would approve of a book for young, impressionable children promoting homosexuality. Only a flat-out homosexual activist would abuse his position for such a purpose. This would constitute517fLZALn5L._SX318_BO1,204,203,200_ material assistance — through his endorsement — for a book even secular authorities found repulsive…….

Also, if he had, Michael Voris would have done a Vortex about it. Because if there’s one thing Michael Voris hates, it’s bishops who approve of homosexuality. 

The Bear predicts that within 48 hours, we will see a retraction from the Vatican. And thus shall we know that the problem we have at Santa Marta is not a horror beyond all imagining or toleration.

Oh, I needed that, Bear.  Thanks for relieving the tension.

Figure it out, people.  It’s called irony.

Comments

1. Baseballmom - August 28, 2015

Ugh… Just plain ugh…. Really suffering from FFS…..going to take a nap….

2. richardmalcolm1564 - August 28, 2015

Steve Skojec at 1P5 has reminded us today of a perfect adage from Pope Felix III: “An error which is not resisted is approved; a truth which is not defended is suppressed…. He who does not oppose an evident crime is open to the suspicion of secret complicity.” http:// http://www.onepeterfive .com/an-error-not-resisted-is-approved/

Try to imagine this exact scenario but with a racial supremacist children’s book author, or a human trafficker one. Is it really likely at all that they would be getting a “delicate gesture” letter? They might get *some* letter, all right, but the evil of what they’re doing would not go unmentioned. It’s clear that sexual sins are being treated very differently from other mortal sins. At best, it’s being treated by so many in the Church (the out-and-out modernists aside) as a mere ideal – you’re not recycling enough, you’re not tithing enough, you’re not spending enough time helping in the food pantry. But not really a sin, not a serious sin.

Tantumblogo - August 28, 2015

Exactly. In fact, the gesture is so delicate as to transmit at least some kind of approval.

Like One Peter Five a lot, I just find their posts so long (I know, look in the mirror) they are hard to excerpt. Plus, I rarely have time to stop by even 2 or 3 other blogs a day anymore.

richardmalcolm1564 - August 28, 2015

I know what you mean.

I’ve been thinking of suggesting inserting blurbs to Steve, at least on the longer pieces…

3. richardmalcolm1564 - August 28, 2015

Meanwhile, the usual “clarification” that The Bear was expecting has already been churned out by the Secretariat of State: http://www.catholicworldreport.com/NewsBriefs/Default.aspx?rssGuid=vatican-pope-did-not-endorse-gay-penguin-book-51835%2F


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