Recently on August 14, 2015 – Christine Niles has done a report on Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez in regards to his intentions for the next extraordinary synod (Synod of Doom if you will). In the beginning of her report she states “One of the Pope’s closest advisors will be taking part in a conference whose aim is to undermine Church teaching on marriage.”
Must we go any farther than this? The fact of the matter is that this Cardinal, in whom clearly advocates for liberalization and the progress of dogmas (The very doctrine of the Modernists that His Holiness Pope St. Pius X warned about in Pescendi) , is still within the ecclesiastical ranks. Not only is this the case,he is even a member of what we know as the ‘Gang of Nine’. So where am I going with this?
It should be quite obvious that Pope Francis in some way, shape, or form accepts His Eminences’ position and is clearly not even threatened by innovation that contradicts dogma. If that were the case he would of been removed from his position and excommunicated.
– Jimmy Papist moment ahead –
Okay so what’s your point? We get this already.. common sense much?
My point is that while Rome is burning; Mr. Voris and CMTV refuse to quench the fire. How so? Lets go back to last years’ synod in which Michael has openly done a report upon Pope Francis and even suggested that it might be evident that we sadly do have a bad Pope within our times. So what happened? He later removed the video and openly apologized for it.
Case in point; deep down inside he knows that there is a issue with the Francis pontificate. In addition to that; why call out EWTN and other mainstream apostolates for not speaking out against the crises in the church, the mystical Bride of Christ, when CMTV wont even openly object to the heresies of Pope Francis, even if they are material? Why not at least try to speak with the Holy Father upon this so you can ‘clear things up’? You are in contact with Cardinals and Bishops who can get you in touch with him by the way. Or will the excuse be ‘It’s not that simple’?