— Austen Ivereigh (@austeni) July 17, 2017
Now, to the point: How can I remain a Catholic when I UTTERLY reject Jorge Bergoglio as a false prophet of the devil? I can in no way continue to acknowledge him during Mass. Going to TLM doesn’t alleviate my doubts. My conscience absolutely forbids me from ever again listening to or acknowledging that man.
Dilemma - Orthdox - Church - Church
This is quite a dilemma for me. I am seriously considering heading to the Orthdox Church or finding a conservative evangelical church.
Hmmm. That seems like a “No” vote for Bergoglio.
Arguments - Francis - Pope - Antipope - Idea
I am not going to get into the arguments for or against Francis as pope or antipope. For what I have to say to the idea of leaving the Church because of him, one way or another, I don’t have to get into that controversy.
Why? Holy Catholic Church is indefectible. This is one of the three attributes of the Church, along with authority and infallibility.
Question - Implications - First - Bergoglio - Kid
Your question holds two possible implications. First, “I don’t like Bergoglio, so I’m going somewhere else.” That’s just whining, like a kid who doesn’t like broccoli and goes hungry.
Otherwise, your implication is that if Francis isn’t really the pope, the Vicar of Christ, then somehow the Church is now defective and you might as well go some place else.
**** - NO
No. And NO! And **** NO!
If we believe Christ’s promises – and I sure do – then we hold that the Church will not fail even to the end of the world when He returns to take all things to Himself and submit them to the Father.
Petrine - Ministry - Part - Fabric - Church
The Petrine Ministry is part of the fabric of the Church as the Lord designed. Somehow, until the ending of the world, the Church – and hence the papacy – cannot fail, even though we don’t know how.
As necessary as the papacy is, a pope is Christ’s VICAR, not...
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