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Heretic Pope – Francis Declares “There Is No Hell” March 30, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in asshatery, catachesis, cultural marxism, different religion, disaster, error, Francis, General Catholic, horror, rank stupidity, Revolution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, Spiritual Warfare, unadulterated evil.
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The Vatican has tried to sidestep this blatant declaration of heresy, but they have been very careful not to deny that he was accurately quoted.  So Francis outed himself as a blatant heretic for at least the 10th or 11th time:

In another informal interview with Italian atheist journalist (and founder of liberal newspaper Repubblica) Eugenio Scalfari, published today, Pope Francis reveals that “hell does not exist”.

His exact words below (full interview behind paywall here, most important excerpt below):

Title of the interview: “It is an honor for me to be called revolutionary.” [That is also a kind of heresy, at least given the condemnations of leftist revolutions from past pontiffs]4

Excerpt on hell:

[Scalfari:] Your Holiness, in our previous meeting you told me that our species will disappear in a certain moment and that God, still out of his creative force, will create new species. You have never spoken to me about the souls who died in sin and will go to hell to suffer it for eternity. You have however spoken to me of good souls, admitted to the contemplation of God. But what about bad souls? Where are they punished?

[Francis:] “They are not punished, those who repent obtain the forgiveness of God and enter the rank of souls who contemplate him, but those who do not repent and cannot therefore be forgiven disappear. There is no hell, there is the disappearance of sinful souls.”

 

Yeah, you wish.

The timing is no accident. Almost every year at Easter this creature occupying the Chair of Peter has taken perverse delight – diabolical delight – in showing his utter disdain for popular piety and the few tattered remains of Catholic tradition that exist outside the traditionalist-dominated remnant.  He loves to mock and usurp it.  His only use for the Faith he so obviously hates is as a vehicle to his own self-aggrandizement.

Of course, he also loves to be the star of his own self-directed drama, the movie of his mind where he is always the swashbuckling young Peronist waging constantly successful insurgency against the hidebound reactionaries of the Church and world of his imagination.  He cannot see that he and his ilk are now the hidebound reactionaries wreaking destruction and causing suffering at every turn (as they have throughout their sorry lives), as his generation corrupted from the false and illusory ideals of the 60s into just another ruling class blinded by its own self-interest.

I’d be really harsh, but this being Holy Week and all, I’ll lay off.  To me, really, this guy is a joke, elected by infinitely corrupted and corrupting old pederasts who themselves are more sorry and pathetic than anything else.  They’d be laughable if they hadn’t done so damn much damage to so damned many souls.  But my judgment is nothing.  I’m just a man, and probably a fool.  But God is eternal, and hell is real.

Francis will find that out to his absolute horror at some point in the not too distant future.

 

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Comments

1. Beatrice Rodriguez - March 30, 2018

Poor Jorge! He SO needs prayers so he won’t end up in what he thinks doesn’t exist!

2. Julia Augusta - March 30, 2018

I’m not worried about Bergoglio. I’m worried about people who believe what he says. Bergoglio has decided he is willing to live with the consequences of his actions. Many Catholics around the world, however, will say, “well, if the Holy Father says, there is no hell, then there is no hell.” They think they will be just fine! This is where the priests have to step in, assuming there are still enough priests who believe in hell.

3. Mrs. Maureen Avila - March 30, 2018

This article calls to mind St. Padre Pio’s answer to a man who said he did not believe in hell,which was, “You will when you get there”.

4. Tim - March 30, 2018

Francis fatigue anyone?

Dismas - April 2, 2018

Count me as one! In a perverse way, it is entertainment.

5. Tim - March 30, 2018
6. Tim - March 30, 2018

Francis is a sedevacantism advertising dream.

Dismas - April 2, 2018

Sho’ ’nuff.

7. Mary - March 30, 2018

Huh, I wonder where Jesus was on the second day. We will need to change the Apostle’s Creed AND the Lord’s Prayer.

Tim - March 30, 2018

I guess He went down there to snuff out the souls of the Old Testament bad guys and gals.

8. Camper - March 30, 2018

Your third to last paragraph was excellent. Great post.

9. Tim - March 30, 2018
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12. Tim - March 30, 2018

What’s Francis’ stance on Satan and the fallen angels? He just deprived them of their home!

Baseballmomof8 - March 30, 2018

Oh no! Homeless demons…. what is one to do?????

13. dthy - March 30, 2018

We have the Bible and the vision of Hell that Mary showed the children at Fatima. Unless you’re inclined to deny the truths in the Bible, and the Church approved Fatima visions, these sources should be convincing enough.

14. Mrs. Maureen Avila - March 30, 2018

If souls can just disappear out of existence, then human souls are mortal, like animals….so is the Pope is suggesting here that there are 2 types of human souls, since he says the good ones are immortal; yet he doesn’t say that because he allows for repentance of evil people followed by admittance to heaven. This whole thing sounds like it came from a 1960’s self acclaimed guru .

Baseballmomof8 - March 30, 2018

Excellent logic Mrs. A…. I guess souls go back and forth from mortality to immortality based on their state of Grace???

Camper - March 31, 2018

Maybe Francis is secretly a Hindu and believes in reincarnation!

15. Tg - March 30, 2018

Padre Pio comes to mind. His comment to those that don’t believe in hell, you will
when you get there.

16. Tim - March 31, 2018

If the spuls of the unrepentant disappear, what happens to the bodies?

Tim - March 31, 2018

Souls, not spuls!

Tim - April 3, 2018

So if the “bad” souls just disappear, then the bodies left behind must remain as dust. Therefore Francis has declared another heresy indirectly, that certain bodies of the “bad” will not resurrect at the general judgement either glorious or hideous. Boy when he steps in it, he really steps in it.

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18. Tim - March 31, 2018

Michael Matt nails it once again:

19. Gc5341 - April 2, 2018

I would expect the Vicar of Christ to respond to an allegation made by his friend that he denied the existence of hell with a swift response. My expectation would be that the Pope would feel hurt that a friend would publish a hurtful lie about him. After all the belief in the existence of hell is a core truth of the Catholic faith.

Pope Francis remained silent and let the Vatican PR office publish a response. This papacy has ended. The cardinals if they care for their own souls need to stand up and speak the truth. Francis needs to go.


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