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Stop judging, you judgy-judgersons!

In his Exhortation of Desolation, Francis, unbelievably, trots out the OLDEST FECKING CLICHE IN THE BOOK extraordinary assertion that “the Gospel itself tells us not to judge or condemn.”

Catholics, who have spent the last three years putting up with his apparently inexhaustible supply of insults, fall off their chairs laughing in unison.

(Siesmologists around the world dive under their desks.)

The comment comes in the context of how we should be nicer to people who are unable to live up to the “ideal of the Gospel and the Church’s teaching,” and “help them to treat the weak with compassion, avoiding aggravation or unduly harsh or hasty judgements.” [Scroll to para. 308]

But what did we have in the Gospel reading at Mass this weekend?

“It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you. And when he is come, he will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: Of sin, because they believe not on me; Of righteousness, because I go to my Father, and ye see me no more; Of judgment, because the prince of this world is judged.”


I did a thing for the Remnant’s upcoming (today) print edition double-feature explaining again why I have been calling the pope out on Twitter and here for his blasphemies.

As Francis’ assertions become increasingly alarming, particularly in his exhortation Amoris Laetitia, an underlying, though previously veiled, theme has emerged that has now gone past mere implication. Francis’ assertions add up to the proposal that the Church, founded by Jesus Christ for the salvation of all men, was just wrong. We have been doing it wrong. 2000 years of saints and blesseds, 2000 years of Christian civilization, and it was all wrong.

We must now, Francis claims, abandon all that. It was too “rigorist,” too “harsh;” it was unmerciful and hard-hearted. Indeed, the Christ we thought we knew was not the real Christ. We need a new Christ, for the new Church to be initiated by this pontificate that will be more suitable, more acceptable for the new world.

We have in this pope not only a man who appears ignorant of, or who even dislikes the traditional teaching of the Catholic religion, but one who malignantly habitually invokes the third Person of the Holy Trinity to propose that Catholics abandon both the Church and her divine Founder. He continually calls, now quite openly, for a new “church” that will abandon the “rigorous” requirements that, he claims, drive people away.

This, ladies and gents, is blasphemy, in the purest sense. It is hatred and disparagement of Christ and the Church, the claim that He is unjust and that His Church was in error for holding fast to His teachings. I didn’t want to believe it myself, but the evidence is before us nearly every day.

But perhaps most horrifying of all, Francis is proposing that the Jesus Christ, Second Person of the Holy Trinity, who can neither deceive nor be deceived, who is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow, has changed His divine mind and is now opposing that which He laid down for us for all time…

The universe that could have such a “god” as its creator is a Lovecraftian horror of utter chaos and nihilistic meaninglessness in which “god,” if there is such a thing, cares nothing for the final good of man. It is a universe, to paraphrase C.S. Lewis, in which it is as though the sun rose and it were a black sun, or as if we drank water and it were dry water.

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And you can read more about the technical definition of blasphemy here.


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  7. Hilary White says:

    We certainly can do something about it, and we have the obligation to do something about it, even if it’s only running a silly blog with lots of jokes to cheer people up, or telling co-workers when it comes up around the water cooler that you don’t like what Francis is doing. You have an obligation to speak and defend Christ and the Faith.

  8. Evangeline1031 says:

    I happen to agree with every word. I believe I perceive the winds of change a-blowin, in that more theologians and others are speaking out against this diabolical work. Those who call it “beautiful” or other silly adjectives ought to be ashamed of themselves. It is not “beautiful” to depart from Christ.
    It has been said for years “the church is full of Freemasons”, “the church is full of homosexuals”, and “the church is full of Communists”. We didn’t like it but didn’t think it ultimately mattered, and certainly that even if it mattered we couldn’t do anything about it. We weren’t wrong, we can’t do anything about it, but it certainly does matter.
    Now we are having trouble getting a Bishop to simply defend Jesus Christ and His teaching.

  9. Interloquitor says:

    As in H. P. not the “adult” paraphernalia emporium. Although with this guy it’s getting increasingly hard to tell the difference.

  10. Rory Donnellan says:

    Very dodgy sex-ed has been perpetrated on Catholic school students as we all know. Forget protesting to your local Ordinary now that the Pope’s own Amorous License has given that scandal the green light too!

  11. louiseyvette says:

    What’s that in Latin?

  12. Michael Dowd says:

    Let’s hear it everyone.


  13. Aloysius Gonzaga says:

    Priests have been talking this way for years, and seminaries have been teaching this stuff for years. It was only a matter of time that someone of this mindset ascended the Papal throne.

  14. SAF says:

    That’s JudgyMcJudgeface to you, Madamemoiselle!

  15. Stephen Lowe says:

    How did the old joke go ….something like, you want a second opinion (judgement) ? Well you are a heretic and as well as a blaphemer.

  16. Linda Clerkin says:


  17. louiseyvette says:

    Well said, Hilary. It’s about time I subscribed.

  18. Maggie says:

    And Jesus sinned and Mary too if you believe some of the things this present pontiff has said.

  19. Ian Black says:

    Not that he cares, but for S’s-and-G’s you might try quoting Canon XVIII, Session 6 of the Council of Trent in a tweet to Heresy-a-Week(Day?) Francis. It anathematizes anyone who claims that any of God’s commandments are impossible to follow.

  20. Stephen Lowe says:

    Sorry no can do. When the heresy stops, the judgement ceases

  21. Henry Craft says:

    Pope Bergoglio said last Sunday: “… in this humanity, we can get close to each other to work together … ‘But I belong to this religion, or to that one …’ it doesn’t matter!”

    Yes, he was talking in the context of Earth Day and caring for the environment. But that’s what matters to him, not preaching the Gospel. So that, when it’s a question of belonging to Christ’s Church, he simply thinks “it doesn’t matter”.

  22. St. Benedict's Thistle says:

    St. Paul in 1 Cor. 6: 2-3 — “Know you not that the saints shall judge this world? And if the world shall be judged by you, are you unworthy to judge the smallest matters? Know you not that we shall judge angels? How much more things of this world?”

    The context is Paul’s admonition that Christians must judge the immoral behavior of fellow believers. Those outside the Church are to be left to God, but Christians have a moral duty to judge the brethren who are committing sin. Here, in particular, Paul was speaking about a man who was committing incest with his father’s wife.

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