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Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Responding to The Remnant

This is a bit late, but better late than never. In the May 20th, 2014 issue of The Remnant, Father Celatus has

 a list of issues, comments and events which he claims are all true and point to Francis being a bad pope.

Now, some of the points have been proven false, either from the fake interview on the Salford Diocesan , 
site, which was taken off, or the notorious adding of false ideas of Eugenio Scalfari, in his infamous interview.

What Americans do not understand is that most of the media in Europe is under the control of atheists and/or
 Marxists, who want to undermine the entire authority of the Catholic Church.

That The Remnant would publish such a list indicates a purposeful hostility to the Pope, and an attitude of fault finding.

Not all popes are saints. Not all popes have an IQ of 170. Not all popes are politically savvy.
To be so unthinkingly critical, without giving sources in a newspaper is irresponsible publishing.
We can all disagree with some of the actions of this pope, but to make some sort of mean check list smacks not only of disrespect for the office, but a willing attitude of dissent. One can dissent and be traditional.

Another point: those who are against the canonizations of the two popes are bucking an infallible action. 
Be careful.

Apologies for the spacing--weird and could not correct.