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Saturday, April 06, 2019

Cardinal speaks against immigration

Cardinal Robert Sarah of Guinea spoke publicly in direct opposition to Pope Francis's kumbaya approach to mass Muslim immigration.

He said, "It is a false exegesis to use the Word of God to promote migration. God never wanted these rifts."

Bu-but-but Jesus was a refugee.

True. But Joseph and Mary took Baby Jesus back to Nazareth when the coast was clear two years later.

Cardinal Sarah made his remarks to a French magazine, which published the interview under the headline, "Cardinal Sarah: 'The Church is plunged into the darkness of Good Friday.'"

The French magazine story is here.

Cardinal Sarah's warning was stern. He said, "Clearly, there is a strong majority of priests who remain faithful to their mission of teaching, sanctification and government. But there is also a small number that yields to the morbid and villainous temptation to align the Church with the values ​​of today's Western societies."

I doubt the pope liked this remark.

Cardinal Sarah said, "There have always been betrayals in the Church. Today, I am not afraid to say that priests, bishops and even cardinals are afraid to proclaim what God teaches and to transmit the doctrine of the Church. They are afraid of being frowned upon, of being seen as reactionaries.

"So they say fuzzy things, vague, imprecise, to escape criticism, and they marry the stupid evolution of the world. It is a betrayal: if the pastor does not lead his flock to the still waters, to the meadows of fresh grass of which the psalm speaks, if he does not protect him against the wolves, it is a criminal pastor who abandons his sheep.

"If he does not teach faith, if he indulges in activism instead of reminding men that they are made to pray, he is betraying his mission. Jesus said, "I will smite the shepherd, and the sheep will be scattered. This is what is happening today. We do not know where to turn."

He also said, "The Church can not cooperate with this new form of slavery that has become mass migration. If the West continues in this fatal way, there is a great risk that, due to a lack of birth, it will disappear, invaded by foreigners, just as Rome has been invaded by barbarians."

Well, just who does he think he is?

He said, "My country is predominantly Muslim. I think I know what reality I'm talking about."

Oh.

And my favorite quote was when he said, "This current desire to globalize the world by suppressing nations, specificities, is pure madness."

The Lord created the world. I am pretty certain now that the devil came up with globalism.

9 comments:

  1. This pope is Joachim of Flora trying to immanentize the eschaton.

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  2. If this man becomes pope, I'll convert to Catholicism the next day! How refreshing to see someone with such a high office in that church standing for good doctrine for a change.

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  3. Cardinal Sarah speaks the truth. He may soon be excommunicated.

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  4. "The Lord created the world. I am pretty certain now that the devil came up with globalism."

    The Left denounces God; they know the story of the Tower of Babel, yet they built the EU building seeking to make what God struck asunder into reality. The UN is another such attempt, to erase nations and make the world into one vast global prison of sameness.

    If Satan himself wrote a book, it would be filled with hatred; there is an ideology now spreading evil across the world which uses such a book as its foundation, and which celebrates a man who embodied perfect evil in his every action. That ideology is now taking root in our land.

    "Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other."-- John Adams

    We have much to fear, as many of our countrymen are no longer moral or religious.

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  5. As a Catholic, I want this man to be my Pope.

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  6. Off to Vatican re-education camp for you, Cardinal Sarah.

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