When Pope Francis was accused of heresy

We go back to 2019 when a group of nineteen Catholics, including some prominent academics like Fr. Aiden Nichols OP, an internationally recognized theologian and author, wrote and signed a 15-page open letter on April 30, dated “Easter week” asking the bishops of the world to take action against Pope Francis, accusing him of heresy.

“We are addressing this letter to you for two reasons: first to accuse Pope Francis of the canonical delict of heresy, and second, to request that you take the steps necessary to deal with the grave situation of a [sic] heretical pope.”

The letter lists seven specific areas of Church teaching where the signatories believe Pope Francis has ‘through his words and actions, publicly and pertinaciously’ demonstrated his belief in ‘propositions that contradict divine law.’

The complaints center on the alleged Pope’s teachings on sexuality and morality, which I will tackle in this series, that they claim are contrary to the Church’s magisterium. The letter highlights what the signatories consider to be problematic passages in the pope’s 2016 post-synodal apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia, particularly for Catholics in non-traditional marriages.

Among the specific heretical beliefs the letter accuses Pope Francis of holding the belief that a Catholic can violate divine law while fully aware of it and not be in grave sin.

The letter also mentions a number of bishops, cardinals, and priests whom the authors claim are heretical and whom the Pope has appointed or allowed to remain in office as further evidence of the Holy Father’s “heresy.”

The letter also suggests that a cross and staff used by the pope during the 2018 Synod on Young People liturgical were respectively “satanic” and proof of a pro-homosexual agenda.

CNS said that this was a gift to Pope Francis from a group of young people, who asked him to use it during the synod. He obviously complied.

Didn’t the Carbonari, in their Permanent Instruction of the Alta Vendita, state that they must aim at youth and they must seduce young people because it is necessary that they attract youth without realizing it, under the banner of secret societies? Is the Vatican aiming at seducing youth, but not in the proper, conservative Catholic way? Was the Alta Vendita’s instruction taken up by secret societies so that we are witnessing its main goal forming during these precarious times?

Together with the letter, the writers attached a four-page canonical rationale, in which they cited a previous declaration by Pope Leo II that his predecessor, Pope Honorius, had supported the monothelite heresy in the seventh century.

The letter acknowledged that “it is agreed that the Church does not have jurisdiction over the pope, and hence that the Church cannot remove a pope from office by an exercise of superior authority, even for the crime of heresy.”

Didn’t former freemason and attorney John Salza, in his speech, warn us that the errors of Russia are the same errors of Freemasonry which are heresy, impiety and impurity and that heresy reflects the doctrine of the church?

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 was described by the Carbonari in their Permanent Instruction, as one which will “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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