Fr. Paul Kramer - The Coming Schism

Started by King Wenceslas, January 13, 2023, 10:33:24 AM

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Quote from: LausTibiChriste on November 10, 2023, 05:07:47 PMWho cares what Vigano has to say.

He's a household name among trads and Church Militant-type conservatives at this point.  Even unbelievers have probably heard his name.  It's something.
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King Wenceslas

Thanks to Tim Gordon for resurfacing this issue again:

He does a great job proving that Francis does not believe that Christ was God while Christ was here on earth.

He really helps in getting past the pope-splainers especially the clerical ones.

Start at 19 minutes so you get past the boring Voris discussion.

King Wenceslas

After going hard left by firing Strictland+ and approving trans baptisms then going hard right against freemasonry, Francis now goes hard left again to totally confuse people:

QuotePope Francis has welcomed a group of trans women to the Vatican for a meal in honor of World Day of the Poor. This followed his recent announcement allowing trans people to be baptized and act as godparents. The Pope also hosted a meal for up to 1,000 poor and homeless guests. Among the attendees were migrant trans women from Torvaianica, prompted by a local priest to contact the Pope for assistance. The Pope's chief almsgiver provided food, hygiene products, and vaccinations for the community. The gesture reflects the Pope's commitment to inclusivity and dignity for marginalized groups. "Before, the church was closed to us. They didn't see us as normal people, they saw us as the devil. Then Pope Francis arrived and the doors of the church opened for us", said Andrea Paola Torres Lopez, a Trans Woman, to Associated Press.

Just like Gorden said above. Left, right, left, confusion, destruction of the church. A great student of Peron.

In the end an underground Church.

King Wenceslas

It is winter and flu season. This is when the old are swept away. It happened to JPII.

QuoteVatican City — Pope Francis was in a "good and stable" condition Monday but was receiving antibiotics intravenously and would limit his activities for a few days to regain strength and fight off a lung inflammation, the Vatican said. The pope, who will turn 87 on Dec. 17, revealed the inflammation on Sunday but said he would still travel later this week to Dubai to address the climate change conference.

Francis skipped his weekly Sunday appearance at a window overlooking St. Peter's Square a day after the Vatican said he was suffering from a mild flu. Instead, Francis gave the traditional noon blessing in an appearance televised live from the chapel in the Vatican hotel where he lives.

Looking very old and frail. One lung also. Antibiotics destroy the good bacteria in the intestines and let the bad bacteria take over. He has already had a couple of surgeries on his intestines. Death starts in the bowles.

Time is ticking. His life's journey could be over in the next 4 or 5 months.

Then it is on to the next anti-pope.