Scandalizing the Faithful: Truth or Fiction? A Crusader’s Perspective

Did he or did he not say that Jesus was not Divine when He walked the earth? We still have not heard an official denial of his disbelief in the Incarnation, as was given by Scalaeri. Want it from the lips of Francis.



Of course we all know how Bergoglio works by now, but we can’t always convince others who still question who is the villain – Scalfari or Bergoglio? The following arguments (from TM) may be useful to reflect upon, in the case of: 

“Did he deny the divinity of Christ?”

Tony writes…

“So many commentators who, after a ponderously long number of years have finally woken up to the heretical antics of JM Bergoglio, still seem to remain uncertain as to whether he ‘really said’ what his favourite journalist quoted him as saying regarding Christ’snot being Divine whilst He was on earth. 

Michael Voris, in a youtube chat with Dr Taylor Marshall said that the most disturbing news to emerge during the Amazon Synodwas of Eugenio Scalfari referring to Bergoglio as having said that:

Anyone who has had the good fortune to meet with him…

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Pope Francis Further Clouds the Dogma of The Incarnation

20191031T1029-31580-CNS-LORETO-FEAST_800-690x450Pope Francis prays in the Sanctuary of the Holy House of Loreto. Here, Our Lady lived.  Here the Angel Gabriel announced to her that, if she were willing, she would become the Mother of God. Here she accepted the will of God and the Holy Ghost overshadowed her and the “Word became flesh”  …  The dogma of the Incarnation was born in this hour.    Credit photo: CNS/Vatican Media via Reuters March 25, 2019

Here, a few days ago, Pope Francis approved adding the December 10 feast of Our Lady of Loreto to all calendars and liturgical books for the celebration of Mass and the liturgy of the Hours.  Is this Pope Francis’ way of clarifying … to the sheep … his alleged denial of the Incarnation to journalist Eugene Scalfari, editor of La Republica 1976-1996 and close friend of the Pope … just days ago?   It does not compute.

Here is what Pope Francis allegedly said to Eugene Scalfari, editor of La Republica 1976-1996:

“Once he has become incarnate, Jesus ceases to be a God and becomes a man up until His death on the cross.”

Here is what the official decree, making Our Lady of Loreto an official feast day of the Church states:

“this will help all people, especially families, youth and religious to imitate the virtues of the perfect disciple of the Gospel, the Virgin Mother, who, in conceiving “the head of the Church,  also accepted us as her own.”

The words “the head of the Church” are not the same as “Jesus Christ true God and true Man”.  And were we not accepted “as her own” in the dying words of Jesus?  “Behold your Mother”

Are they?  I would like to hear the words  “true God and true Man” from the Pope

I remain in a state of perplexity!  I remain adhered in faith to the dogma of the Incarnation but I remain in a state of sadness and confusion that the words of a Pope which denied the same have reached my eyes and ears.  I believe I have a right to demand truth from Pope Francis.

I demand it.

Especially after the Amazonian Synod … rife with heresy and complete with ugly pagan idols which were adored in the Vatican Gardens where Pope Leo had once prayed the prayer to St. Michael and Pope Pius XII saw the Miracle of the Sun.  Which …  were acknowledged and approved by the Pope’s bowing and scraping to the muslem like touching of the head to the earth by indigenous people in tribal attire.

Especially after the plant with mother earth within it was slipped to the Pope at the final Synod Mass, and, placed on the altar of St. Peter’s Basillica during the Consecration.

Yes, especially after this.

The words of Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora come into play at this point.  1816.blessed elizabeth canori mora

“On Christmas, 1816, Blessed Elizabeth saw Our Lady, who appeared extremely sad.  Upon inquiring why, Our Lady answered:

“Behold, my daughter, such great ungodliness.”  Blessed Elizabeth then saw “apostates brazenly trying to rip her most holy Son from her arms.”

Confronted with such an outrage, the Mother of God “ceased to ask for mercy for the world.”

Instead she requested justice from the Eternal Father.

For what need is there of Mary, full of Grace, Mother of God, … for a Baby Who is not also the true God?

Clothed in His inexorable Justice and full of indignation, He turned to the world:

“At that moment all nature went into convulsions, the world lost its normal order and was filled with the most terrible calamity imaginable.

This will be something so deplorable and atrocious that it will reduce the world to the ultimate depths of desolation.”   

Ripping the most holy Son from the arms of His Mother could, in the vision of Blessed Elizabeth, portray the words of a future Pope which deny the Incarnation. What Pope Francis is saying is that Jesus was just a man.  In this writer’s fear laden opinion.


Christus Vincit !

Christus Regnat !

Christus Imperiat !