Saturday, March 22, 2014


FROM Speaking the truth from a world renowned Catholic Theologian: Defect of Form? No, Defection From the Holy Faith Posted on March 20, 2014 Although work continues on my review of Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s first year as the universal public face of apostasy, it is necessary now and again to keep up with the current assaults against the Holy Faith being waged by the Argentine Apostate’s surrogates. Three of these assaults will be highlighted in what should be a reasonably short article. Well, reasonably short might be used in a comparative sense when applied to these articles. (As it turned out, this article is shorter than One Year of Visceral Revolutionary Rhetoric and Activity, part four. However, it is pretty substantial in its own right.) Teilhard de Chardin, Call Your Office First off for today is a little noticed talk that Senor Jorge’s Jesuit superior, “Father” Adolfo Nicolá, S.J., gave in Tokyo, Japan, on Friday, March 14, 2014, Ember Friday in the First Week of Lent. Jorge Mario Bergoglio believes exactly what his “Father General” does concerning the nature of what is purported to be the Catholic Faith: Religion is less a code of doctrines and teachings than a sensitivity to the “dimensions of transcendence” that underlie the human experience, the head of Pope Francis’ Jesuit order said Friday. Likening the religious experience to a person who can appreciate the intricacies and variations of classical music, Jesuit Fr. Adolfo Nicolás said “religion is first of all very much more like this musical sense than a rational system of teachings and explanations.” “Religion involves first of all a sensitivity to, an openness to, the dimensions of transcendence, of depth, of gratuity, of beauty that underlie our human experiences,” Nicolás said. “But of course, this is a sensitivity that is threatened today by a purely economic or materialist mindset which deadens this sensitivity to deeper dimension of reality.” Nicolás, who as the superior general of the Society of Jesus leads approximately 17,000 Jesuits worldwide, spoke during an event Friday through Saturday at the Pontifical Gregorian University to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Jesuit-run Sophia University in Tokyo. A former student of Sophia in the 1960s and a former provincial of the Jesuits’ Japanese province, Nicolás opened the event, “Between Past and Future, the Mission of the Catholic Church in Asia: the contribution of Sophia University.” (Jesuit head: Religion isn’t doctrine, but sensitivity to human experience.) This is a perfect description of what Jorge Mario Bergoglio believes. It is also a perfect description of what Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI believes. And, of course, it is what the proto-theological evolutionist of them all, Father Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J., to the core of his pantheist being. Permit me me to prove this to you.(go to his website, and read the entire explanation )

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