Author Topic: Pope Francis: Babies killed in Abortion-Killing are sacrificed lambs like Jesus.  (Read 192 times)

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Pope Francis remembered the millions of innocent unborn babies who are killed in abortions Wednesday in his Holy Week message about Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

During his daily message at the Vatican, the pope said Jesus’s crucifixion reminds him of the “sacrificed lambs” who are “crucified in our time,” including victims of war, dictatorships and abortion, the Catholic News Agency reports.

“By adoring the Cross, we will relive the journey of the innocent Lamb, sacrificed for our salvation,” Pope Francis said. “We will carry in our minds and hearts the sufferings of the sick, the poor, the rejected of this world; we will remember the ‘sacrificed lambs,’ the innocent victims of wars, dictatorships, everyday violence, abortions.”

He told Christians “not to forget today’s crucified ones” because “in them is Jesus.”

“Before the image of the crucified God, we will bring, in prayer, the many, the too many who are crucified in our time, who can only receive from Him the comfort and meaning of their suffering,” Pope Francis said.

Though the world is full of evil and darkness, the pope said Jesus brings hope.

“Let’s make a list of all the wars that are being fought right now, of all children who are dying of hunger, children who have no education, of entire peoples destroyed by wars, by terrorism,” he continued. Because “Jesus took upon himself the wounds of humanity and death itself, God’s love has irrigated these deserts of ours, he has enlightened our darkness.”

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Pope Francis said Christ’s resurrection on Easter demonstrates that good always triumphs over evil and life over death. He encouraged Christians to cling to that hope in the midst of troubles.

“Dear brothers and sisters, this year too we will experience the Easter celebrations in the context of the pandemic,” he said. “In many situations of suffering, especially when people, families, and populations already tried by poverty, calamity or conflict suffer them, the Cross of Christ is like a beacon that indicates the port to ships still offshore in the stormy sea.

“Christ’s Cross is a sign of the hope that does not disappoint; and it tells us that not even one tear, not one sigh is lost in God’s plan,” the pope concluded.

Pope Francis frequently mentions unborn babies and condemns abortions in his messages.

Earlier this year, he expressed pain at the growing push for legalized abortions across the world. Speaking to the ambassadors to the Holy See in Rome, the pope urged leaders to protect every human life, including unborn babies “from conception in the womb.”

In 2018, he caused outrage among abortion activists after comparing abortion to “hiring a hitman” to kill unborn babies. He frequently describes aborted babies as victims of a “throwaway culture” and encourages society to recognize their value.

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That is some good news from the Vatican! Good for Pope Francis.
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Francis says these things, and that's good, but when the words of really important, whether there is a legislative process, say in Argentina, or during Ireland's referendum, he says little to nothing. All he did with Argentina was some letter, and one of the private letters to a priest seems very ambiguous indeed.
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It seems this was left out o so conveniently:

“There are small ‘islands’ of the people of God, both Christian and of all other faiths, that hold in their heart the desire to be better.”

“Ci sono piccole ‘isole’ del popolo di Dio, sia cristiano sia di qualsiasi altra fede, che conservano nel cuore la voglia di essere migliori.”

"People of God" are both Christian AND all other faiths says Francis. Wonder how that squares up what was said before 1958 by the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church?

But hey who wants to get too picky, right? White washing everything is so much easier so we don't have live with those prickly truths the Church has taught for 2000 years.

To identify the followers of all other religions as part of “the people of God” is not only heretical, it is a total repudiation of the Catholic religion, of any semblance of Christianity, and indeed of the very notion of revealed religion in general. How far that is removed from the Catholic dogma that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church! “Faith orders Us to hold that out of the Apostolic Roman Church no person can be saved, that it is the only ark of salvation, and that whoever will not enter therein shall perish in the waters of the deluge” (Pope Pius IX, Allocution Singulari Quadam).

Francis’ “Interreligious People of God” heresy is the direct consequence of his heresy regarding God willing the existence of many different religions aka the “Abu Dhabi heresy”.

So Francis makes one, just one, semi-Catholic statement and everyone is all over themselves declaring: "See, see he is Catholic, he is the Pope." How easily people are duped.
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