Tagged with Pope Francis

10 Burdens of Pope Pius IX vs. Pope Francis

10 Burdens of Pope Pius IX vs. Pope Francis

Pope Pius IX summoned the First Vatican Council (1869-70) on June 29, 1868. It was convoked, ironically, to address the influence of rationalism, materialism and liberalism. Sounds very familiar, does it not? Ironically, as Catholic, and recently deceased, NY Yankee coach Yogi Berra once said, “It’s deja vu all over again.”  In order to see … Continue reading

Good Guys – Cardinal Burke vs. Pope Francis

Good Guys – Cardinal Burke vs. Pope Francis

Ok, I’ll admit it. I am profoundly disappointed with our liberal, hippie, “I’m OK, you’re OK.” Pope Francis. He is a weak “leader” who is willing to compromise the basic values, and essential doctrine, of our 2000 year old Catholic Church, in order to satisfy the paltry few (who scream the loudest) for redress of one … Continue reading

Quote: Pope Francis on Political Pushovers

Quote: Pope Francis on Political Pushovers

“In Europe first and now in America, elected men have taken it upon themselves to indebt their people to create an atmosphere of dependency. And why? For their own selfish need to increase their own personal power.” Please read my related post – Political Pushovers Vol. #2 Essay 18