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Francis Getting Ready to Betray Church in China? August 18, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, disaster, episcopate, error, Francis, General Catholic, Holy suffering, horror, persecution, Revolution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, Society, unbelievable BS.
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Cardinal Zen in Hong Kong has, through the Cardinal Kung Foundation in the US, been shouting from the housetops that the Vatican, under Francis, is about to make a poisonous deal with the ChiCom party and throw the underground Church in China, which has suffered for so many decades, under the bus.

Now, Sandro Magister all but confirms the same, saying a secret deal – worked to deliberately avoid Zen’s opposition – which will confirm the heretical and schismatic Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association in place, and allow schismatic and heretical bishops to be recognized by Rome with no conversion, no repentance, and no reconciliation.  In addition, the greatest opponent to this deal in China, aside from Zen, has been exiled to Guam, per Francis’ preferred modus operandi.

Magister (my emphasis and comments, throughout):

In Appointing Bishops, the Pope Leans Toward Beijing

He is preparing, that is, to grant the communist authorities the privilege of selecting candidates. And he is exiling to an island in the Pacific the highest ranking Chinese archbishop in the curia, contrary to the agreement. But in China, Cardinal Zen has already taken the lead in the rebellion…….

………..fellow countryman bishop and friend Savio Hon Taifai – he too a Salesian like the cardinal – called by Benedict XVI from Hong Kong to Rome in 2011 as secretary of the congregation for the evangelization of peoples, but now dispatched by Francis to an island of the Pacific Ocean, as apostolic administrator of Guam, with an unexpected appointment last June 6[From a major player in both Rome and China to Guam?  That’s an Francis Urquhart if I’ve ever seen one]

……..In China, among the one hundred and nine Catholic bishops there are eight who have been consecrated at the behest of the communist authorities and who have never received the pope’s approval, thereby incurring excommunication, a couple of them with children and lovers.

But for none other than these eight, by the end of this summer or at the latest before the end of the jubilee Francis is ready to perform a spectacular gesture: a pardon. [So heretical schismatics and pawns of the evil, corrupt Chinese Communist party will simply be instated as bishops with no change of behavior, belief, or allegiance.]

Francis missed another stunning gesture by just a hair’s breadth last September 26, during his journey to Cuba and the United States.

That day, his touchdown in New York on his way to Philadelphia coincided with the landing of Chinese president Xi Jinping, who was expected at the United Nations. Everything had been calculated for the two to cross paths “accidentally” at the airport and exchange a greeting. Xi was aware of this ardent desire of the pope, but in the end he let it drop and the meeting did not take place. [Thus establishing his dominance?]

From that moment on, however, the secret contacts between the Vatican and Beijing underwent an acceleration. [According to Zen, because the Vatican simply started kow-towing to Chinese demands]

…..Since it has been in power, in fact, the Chinese communist party has wanted to equip itself with a submissive Church separate from Rome, with bishops of its own appointment ordained without the pope’s approval, beholden to a Chinese Patriotic Catholic Association that Benedict XVI called “irreconcilable” with Catholic doctrine.

A Church of the regime, therefore, on the verge of schism with its eight excommunicated bishops, contrasted with an “underground” Church with about thirty bishops earnestly faithful to the pope, which however pays all the costs of clandestinity – oppression, surveillance, arrest, abduction.

And in the middle the vast gray zone of the remaining dozens of bishops who were ordained illegitimately but then were more or less reconciled with Rome, or were ordained with the parallel recognition of Rome and Beijing but must still remain under the iron control of the communist authorities.

The bishop of Shanghai, Thaddeus Ma Daqin, ordained in 2007 with the twofold approval of the pope and the government, has been under house arrest for four years for the simple offense of having resigned from the Patriotic Association. Two months ago he retracted, but he is still deprived of his liberty. The eighty-five-year-old Joseph Zen Zekiun (in the photo), who has more freedom of speech in Hong Kong, has called “inevitable” the suspicion that this retraction was also desired by the Vatican, just to reach an agreement at any price. [Can you imagine, requiring a bishop that had suffered due to his fealty to Rome, to abjure, violating his conscience, in order to work a wicked deal with corrupt worldly authority?]

That an agreement has already been reached was confirmed in recent days by Zen’s successor in the diocese of Hong Kong, Cardinal John Tong, with an open letter released in Chinese, English, and Italian that bears all the marks of wanting to prepare the faithful to make the best of a bad lot…

Steve Skojec added the following thoughts:

For his part, Cardinal Zen has reported — and not for the first time — that he is being kept ignorant of the process. He laments that even as one of only two living cardinals in China and as a member of the Vatican’s advisory committee for China, he is “barred from knowing anything about how [in the secretariat of state]they are negotiating the affair of the Church in China.” [He has also remarked this is the deliberate policy of Francis, who wants to keep the outspoken Zen from gumming up his great diplomatic triumph of surrendering to the Chinese]

……..I keep coming back to this thought, to Francis various comments favorable toward Marxists and against free markets, to his gracious acceptance of the blasphemous hammer and sickle “crucifix” (and accompanying medal bearing the same image) given to him by the Marxist president of Bolivia last year, and I find myself unable to shake the suspicion that Francis would almost rather deal with the communists in Beijing than the suffering underground Church throughout China.

“Almost?”  I don’t think there’s any almost to it.

If this comes to pass, I cannot imagine how heartbreaking it will be for the millions of Chinese Catholics who have remained faithful to Rome under the harshest possible persecution, only to see Rome turn around and sell them out.

As a salve to that unthinkable spiritual pain and heartbreak, you could adopt a relatively faithful Catholic priest or religious in the underground Church through the Cardinal Kung Foundation.  These poor souls who refuse to go along with what they know to be a false and heretical sect, the Chinese Catholic Patriotic Association, will in all likelihood now have to contend not only with the persecution of the state but also that of the Church.  Lord have mercy, what a burden. May they be kept strong.

As for the creme de la creme, via Skojec:

ZhouEnlai-351x185@2x

Zhou Enlai was directly responsible for the implementation of policies that killed millions of Chinese.  Can you imagine the reaction if Benedict had said: “I remember reading in Mein Kampf…….”?  What kind of man can quote him from memory?  Did Francis ever scream and wave a Little Red Book?

Comments

1. Joseph D'Hippolito - August 18, 2016

“Francis Getting Ready to Betray Church in China?”

Why not? He’s done it in the rest of the world….

2. richardmalcolm1564 - August 18, 2016

“Can you imagine, requiring a bishop that had suffered due to his fealty to Rome, to abjure, violating his conscience, in order to work a wicked deal with corrupt worldly authority?”

I’ve seen what was done to Cardinal Mindszenty. I can imagine a lot of things.

Tantumblogo - August 19, 2016

Indeed. It’s happened before, and it seems fated to happen again.

But I’m being judgmental.

3. Dismas - August 19, 2016

Ummm….am I wrong or have previous popes not already beaten him to the punch?

Tantumblogo - August 19, 2016

Yes, but this will be of a much different degree, if of the same kind. It will go from playing footsie to total, open surrender – if it plays out as expected.

Dismas - August 19, 2016

Yessir, you are quite correct.

4. Magdalene - August 19, 2016

We know we must remain somehow under the pope, even when there are BAD popes. I have absolutely no confidence that the present one will do or say the things that uphold the faith. Rather I see compromise, capitulation, and even material heresy coming from Rome. Everything up for discussion. A “mercy” that does not need to be asked for (no such thing), the deposing and exiling of many faithful prelates and the promoting of others. A lack of warning about dangers in the world such as islam, communism, liberation theology, gender ideology, etc. The sheep do not have a humanly reliable shepherd at the top. But they do have One in heaven.

5. aroamingcatholicny - August 19, 2016

Time for an Imperfect Council to see if Pope Francis even believes in the Catholic Faith. That Time Is NOW.

6. tg - August 19, 2016

Thanks for the link. I’ve been wanting to do something to help persecuted Christians. No surprise about PF. I don’t even like to think about him.

Gc5341 - August 20, 2016

I am saddened by these turn of events. I am saddened even more that I am not surprised. Pope Francis’ arrogance is alarming. Let’s all pray for our faithful Chinese brothers and sisters in Christ. They are heroes who are holding to the truth even in the face of betrayal from Rome. I have just one message for Pope Francis: Jesus is watching you. Please pray to Jesus before you betray our Church in China. If you do this you will know this is not His will.


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