The (non-Catholic) British blogger who goes by the nom-de-plume Archbishop Cranmer gives us this little gem to demonstrate just how far things are already gone in some sections of the former Christendom, and of course how much further they could go. Advent-cum-Mawlid: church holds joint
Not making it up. Wonderful to see our beautiful Icon cards being distributed in the Diocese of Ferns this weekend. #advent #wmof2018 Find out about our family icon on our website https://t.co/gg911UnLYH pic.twitter.com/hK5xlyb28W — WMOF2018 (@WMOF2018) December 2, 2017 The sides are definitively lining
No room for moderation: “The Francis machine isn’t going to stop until everyone is either with them or out.”
It was the conflict, the contradiction, that the FFIs tried to avoid, but that was finally forced on them: a choice between the New Catholic Paradigm so energetically promoted by Pope Francis and co., or the Faith of our fathers, and all its goals.
What he says doesn’t matter. The one thing we’ve learned is that reality doesn’t interest him in the least. “‘The presence of God today is called Rohingya,’ the Pope said after speaking to an interfaith audience in Bangladesh. “He did not use the term in
It was at least 15 years ago that I started noticing through my research and lobbying work that the “sides are lining up”. I had many discussions with colleagues about it, and we speculated with some trepidation on what the conflict would look like when