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Just how bad is Pope Francis?

In this article, Damian Thompson sketches how ‘catastrophic’ Jorge Mario Bergoglio as Pope Francis has been. What most of us not close to the detail have long suspected, Damian Thompson and others are demonstrating. My long-held fears that we have an apostate on the See of Peter are being continually confirmed. Faithful Catholics, those following the faith of two millenia, are being forced back into the catacombs.

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Ten terrible years of Pope Francis

The church has lost all its moral authority


Ten years ago today, on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 13, 2013, the 115 cardinal-electors of the Catholic Church walked up one after the other to a table in the Sistine Chapel to deposit folded ballot papers, only an inch wide, in a silver urn. Each bore the name of the cardinal they wanted to succeed Pope Benedict XVI, who had stunned them by his resignation just over a month earlier. It was an anonymous vote, of course, but just to make sure, the cardinals had been instructed to disguise their handwriting.

It was the fifth ballot since Tuesday night, and they knew it would be the last. After that first vote, there was a ripple of surprise when the bookies’ favourite, the scholarly but energetic Cardinal Angelo Scola of Milan, received 30 votes instead of the anticipated 40. The runner-up, with 26 votes, was the cardinal who came second to Joseph Ratzinger in 2005, Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires.

Most commentators had written off Bergoglio because he was 76. But, of all the candidates, he seemed the most determined to clear out the filth in the Vatican. The year before, Benedict XVI’s butler had leaked documents revealing the industrial-scale blackmailing of senior clerics with an appetite for gay sex parties and money-laundering. The old pope was not personally implicated, but he clearly didn’t have a clue what to do about it. When he announced that, at 85, he no longer had the strength to do the job, few cardinals doubted that the so-called “Vatileaks” were to blame. Likewise, no one doubted that Bergoglio — who had been a nightclub bouncer before becoming a Jesuit priest — was looking forward to knocking heads together.

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The St Gallen Mafia is the explanation

A thoroughly researched book, bulging with references, has just been released about the shadowy deceptive men behind the rise of Bergoglio. It threatens to blow the apostate papacy of Bergoglio wide open to reveal a revolutionary determination that will not be deterred from collapsing the traditional Church and replacing it with a Hegelian/Marxist creation. The scheming revolutionaries have been dragged out of the shadows.

The St. Gallen Mafia is the key to understanding Pope Francis

John Henry Weston

Wed Nov 3, 2021 – 3:06 pm EDT

A new book has been released which sheds light on Pope Francis and his connection to a secret group of leftist cardinals which began to meet in the mid 1990s.

(LifeSiteNews) – Ever since really the start of the Francis papacy, many Catholics have been shocked by much of the agenda coming out from the Vatican and have been trying to make sense of it all. A new book has been released which sheds light on Pope Francis and his connection to a secret group of leftist cardinals which began to meet in the mid-1990s.

I had the pleasure of speaking with Julia Meloni, a Catholic journalist and author of The St. Gallen Mafia: Exposing The Secret Reformist Group Within The Church, about her book and research into the inner workings of the “mafia,” and some of its controversial members.

Meloni mentioned several of the cast of characters connected to the St. Gallen Mafia, including cardinals Carlo Maria Martini, Walter Kasper, Godfried Daneels, Cormac Murphy-O’Connor, and even former-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.

However, she pointed that “the formal literature” she has seen has not named McCarrick as a technical member, even though James Grein, his most famous abuse victim, has revealed that the ex-cardinal was a frequent visitor to Sankt-Gallen, Switzerland.

But how does Pope Francis fit into this? Well, Meloni described to me how documents and interviews reveal that then-cardinal Bergoglio was meeting with Cardinal Kasper several times in Argentina, and the St. Gallen Mafia was talking about him.

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