In its 2018 article, Politico reported how Pope Francis told a group of fellow Jesuits in Chile ‘They call me a heretic’, acknowledging the fierce pushback he is having from arch-conservatives.

And then, Politico, writes an important paragraph, which, in a nutshell, justifies why he is being called a heretic by the conservatives:

Celebrated by progressives around the world for his push to update and liberalize aspects of church doctrine, Francis is facing fierce blowback from traditionalists who take issue with his openness to Muslim migrants, his concern for the environment and his softer tone on divorce, cohabitation and homosexuality. Opposition has become so heated that some advisers are warning him to tread carefully to avoid a “schism” in the church.”

Since when does the doctrine of the Church and the Church itself changes its tone on divorce, cohabitation and homosexuality? Since when is a Pope celebrated by liberals and progressives for the LIBERALIZATION of the church doctrine?

Is Pope Francis embracing the liberal agenda?

“Father Thomas Weinandy, a former chief of staff for the U.S. bishops’ committee on doctrine, has accused Francis of causing “theological anarchy.” Another group of bishops has warned Francis risks spreading “a plague of divorce.” Last fall, more than 200 scholars and priests signed a letter accusing Francis of spreading heresy. “This was not something I did lightly,” Father John Rice, a parish priest in Shaftesbury in the U.K. said, claiming the pope’s liberal push has caused “much division and disagreement, and sadness and confusion in the church.”

“It’s not merciful to let people continue to sin and say nothing,” Rice said. “If you see a child trying to put his hand in a fire you say stop.”

“Deviating from doctrine is bad enough. But Francis is also under fire from the Vatican’s civil service, known as the Roman Curia.”

Conservatives have also been irked by some of Pope Francis’s more liberal stances. “In 2015, Francis ordered every parish to host two refugee families. And last week, in his most explicit acceptance of homosexuality yet, he told a gay Catholic that God had made him that way and that his sexuality ‘does not matter.'”

“The focus of most traditionalist dissent has been Francis’ Amoris Laetitia, an “apostolic exhortation” — a type of papal communication — in which he called for a ‘merciful’ approach to divorcees and opened the door for those living with new partners to take communion with their priest’s permission.”

“By rendering doctrine more ambiguous, Francis is effectively undermining the church’s authority and reducing the role of priests to that of companion and advisers to their parishioners — a thorny issue that dates back to the Vatican II reforms of the 1960s, according to one diplomat. ‘The battle is between [loyalty to retired Pope] Benedict, vestments, liturgy and rules, and Pope Francis, who wants priests to use their own judgment and humanity in their reading of individual situations,’ the diplomat said.”

“The shift may seem like small beer to non-Catholics — and Francis’ suggestions are already the practice among many priests. But the changes have become the touch-paper for conservative dissent, enflaming mutterings of disapproval into open mutiny. The Vatican’s conservative flank is increasingly taking action.”

“The rebellion has grown to include not just arch-conservatives but also more middle-of-the-road Catholics who adhere to the church’s teachings on abortion and marriage and resent Francis’ flexible approach.”

“At a conference on ‘the limits of papal authority’ in Rome last month, Cardinal Raymond Burke, one of the key figures leading the charge against Francis, reminded the audience the pope’s power is not “magical.” If a pope has “deviated from the faith” he ‘must as a duty, be disobeyed,’ said Burke.”

Yet, still, Politico added that “many liberals in the church are frustrated because change hasn’t gone far or fast enough. Francis promised to put women in positions of power, but his appointments so far — such as his nomination of a woman as director of the Vatican Museums — have been timid. Neither were progressives impressed by the Vatican’s decision to block the former Irish President Mary McAleese from speaking at a conference on women last month. The decision, they said, reflected poorly on Francis.”

Since when do the liberals dictate to the head of the Catholic Church? Shouldn’t a Pope honour Christ, first and foremost?

Is Pope Francis the pope with humanitarian principles that the Carbonari, in their Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita, aimed for?

Is Pope Francis the pope that the Carbonari wanted according to their hearts?

Is Pope Francis the pope whose portrait the Carbonari had described in their Permanent Instruction, so “to establish the kingdom of the elect on the throne of the whore of Babylon?”

Have secret societies taken up the Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita, while infiltrating and hijacking the Vatican, so that the Clergy walk under the banner of secret societies, while they believe “they are walking uder the flag of the Apostolic Keys?”

Have secret societies taken up the Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita, and now have their finger on the successor of Peter engaged with their agenda?

Let us be reminded of what we find in the Permanent Instruction when it comes to the infiltration of freemasonry via the freemason clergy in the Catholic Church, who will then elect the Pope who will do their bidding:

“This reputation as a good Catholic and a good patriot will open to our doctrines the hearts of the young clergy and of the convents themselves. In a few years these young clergy will have, by force of circumstances, invaded all the offices. They will govern, administer, judge, will form the sovereign’s council, and will be called to elect the future Pope. This Pope, like most of his contemporaries, will necessarily be more or less imbued, he too, with the Italian and humanitarian principles that we are now beginning to put into circulation It is a small grain of mustard that we entrust to the earth, but the sun of justice will develop it to the highest power, and one day you will see what a rich harvest this little seed will produce.”

Is Pope Francis the pope that the Masons wanted: a pope who would be sympathetic to humanitarian principles of liberty, equality, fraternity and human dignity at the expense of Truth and at the expense of not honouring Christ?

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