Fratelli e sorelle, at my election 7 years ago, when I usurped the Papacy,
It is reported that there were 150,000 in St. Peter’s Square

Seven years on, and I have desolated the Square
Pope Francis gives his blessing to an eerily empty St. Peter’s Square
By Alicia Lee, CNN
Updated 4:14 PM ET, Sun March 15, 2020
I have completed the work my father gave me, thus demonstrating that:

I am the proven proof that Jesus of Nazareth, once He became man, even if a man of exceptional virtue, was not God at all.


12 thoughts on ““Fratelli e sorelle, buonasera! My pontificate …”

      1. “Di Gesù, l’evangelista Giovanni dice che “rese lo spirito” (Gv 19, 30), Matteo che “esalò lo spirito” (Mt 27, 50), Marco e Luca che “spirò” (Mc 15, 37; Lc 23, 46). È l’anima di Gesù che entra nella pienezza della visione beatifica in seno alla Trinità.” (source -above) If Jesus entered “the fulness of the beatific vision” of the Trinity dying on the Cross then in consequence He did not have it earlier which contradicts the hypostatic union dogma. Similiarly Francis claims that after the Incarnation – ” once He became man” that union was in some way suspended.


      2. The two are not comparable. One is a brag and the other from the saintly and holy pontiff, at least one can seek clarification if they don’t understand.

        The humanity of Jesus is body and soul yes? When the body lay in the tomb, did it see the Beatific vision? When there is the complete Beatific vision, can suffering coexist with it? What does the Apostle of the gentiles mean by this: “Since then we have a great high priest who has passed through the heavens, Jesus, the Son of God[.]”?

        I tend to suspect people who try to lump Pope St John Paul II the Great with Pope Francis, an apoatate Bishop.

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  1. I tend to suspect people who scorn Pope Francis whom John Paul II owes proclaiming him a saint praising the sanctity of the latter. I suspect people who try to lump Pope St. Leo the Great and Pope St. Gregory the Great with John Paul II. The Bergoglian rule is a continuation and evolution of the JPII one – the same flaws appear today as 30 years ago when you had no Internet to follow them online. You don’t like Pachamama idol in a church, do you? Did you enjoy the Buddha idol on the altar of God of the St. Peter’s church in Assisi? You are frightened at the Abu Dhabi work, aren’t you? Were you afraid then of the kiss upon Quran, the prayer to St. John the Baptist to protect Mohamedanism or preaching of Talmud during the catechesis? Perhaps, you wondered at the folly of so-called “ecological conversion”. However, not Francis but John Paul II used first that term. You may also feel uncomfortable than FrancisVatican celebrated the 500th anniversary of so-called Reformation but not earlier than John Paul II decided to issue a special letter on the occasion of the 500th birthday of Luther praising his profound religiosity which caused him to rise with an ardent passion questions regarding an eternal salvation (“la profonda religiosità di Lutero che, con bruciante passione era sospinto dall’interrogativo sulla salvezza eterna.”) i.e., translating it from the pseudoecumenical blah-blah into the simple Catholic, preach heresies regarding justification (salvation) for which Luther was validly and lawfully excommunicated. Francis gave blessings in Lund together with a local “she-bishop”, John Paul II in Great Britain with the DRAB (dressed as a bishop) fellow without valid Holy Orders nicknaming himself an “archbishop of Canterbury”. And I can continue giving more evidence of continuity here – in acts and in preaching. Then, I really don’t understand why you call one the saint and second – the apostate.

    The second part of your reply does not seem to refer to the quotation from John Paul II on the beatific vision. When the body of Our Lord lied in the tomb the soul descendit ad inferos as the Church has always proclaimed in Her Creed. And when Jesus was God who became Man, then because of the hypostatic union of two natures in His person He must have had a beatific vision throughout His earthly life (unless you want to admit that Bergoglio is right and He was not God at all then ).

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    1. Negative and you have exposed yourself as I correctly suspected.
      I have presence online and since you now have time thanks to Pope Francis and the enemies of the Church, search for my responses re: Pope John Paul II and ecumenism; I have recently posted the Buddha statue & Qur’an kissing. It appears you confuse hypostatic union and its effects with Beatific Vision. To see is not to posses. Live-streamed Mass = participating in a Mass?


  2. 1. Where is the link to the above mentioned text? Please, provide it if you don’t have enough time (in spite of Pope Francis and the enemies of the Church) to present your point here. I am interested how you intend to defend the undefendable.
    2. “It appears you confuse hypostatic union and its effects with Beatific Vision. To see is not to posses” Could you explain you point please because I don’t get it? When I look into the theological books e.g. L. Ott – Fundamentals of the Catholic Dogma I see that the Beatific Vision of Jesus during His life on Earth is presented as sententia certa.
    3. That is not my dillema. I’ve never live-streamed the Mass (what for?) I always go to hear it.

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    1. 1) Pope St John Paul II

      a) Buddha:

      Catholic Answers > Q&A > Did St. Pope John Paul II Authorize Buddhist Worship? | TOM NASH –

      My profile – did not know how to get my posting there re: this.

      b) Qur’an
      I asked this question on Christianity Stack Exchange and I selected the ticked answer:

      Has the Vatican issued clarification for pictures which appear to show Pope St John Paul II kissing the Qur’an? –

      2. sententia certa; theological opinion vs Church teaching cf.


  3. Quran: Fr. S. Oder – a postulator of the beatification process in his book on JP II confirmed the event and provided a nonsensical explanation:

    Click to access corano.pdf

    Buddha: Nobody says he placed it. However, he organised the event during which Buddhists were given the St. Peter’s church which enabled the abomination. No reparation for it was provided. In Thailand JPII visited a Buddhist temple with a giant idol. In South Korea he greeted Buddhists on the occasion of their festival of “the Coming of Lord Buddha”.

    Sententia certa is a theological thesis that is not defined but logically follows from the Revelation (de fide revelata) or from the definition of the truth (de fide definita)


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