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a87107  No.813403[Reply]

Was Cardinal Siri elected as Pope instead of John XXIII?

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2250bf  No.814873

>>813935

Not OP but I do know that Benedict resigned (obviously) and since then has reiterated at different points that it was of his own will and that it was legitimate. If he was secretly holding on and trying to warn the masses he’s still pope, he’s doing a less than great job


2852bd  No.814967

>>813403

If Siri was actually the Pope he would be objectively the worst Pope in history because he just hid like a coward and never tried to let his flock know that they were being deceived. If he was Pope the Novus Ordo would also definitely be invalid and he was perfectly willing to celebrate it.


70313b  No.814976

>>814967

That I think is the most damning part of the so-called "Siri thesis."


fa8977  No.814990

I believe it. We need only look at the example of Anacletus II. For several years he was almost universally accepted as the Pope; it took a while to figure out that the prior election of Innocent had been legitimate. From Catholic Encyclopedia, about Anacletus: "The majority of the cardinals with the Bishop of Porto, the Dean of the Sacred College, at their head, stood at his side. Almost the whole populace of Rome rallied around him. His victory seemed complete, when, shortly after, the Frangipani, abandoning what appeared to be a lost cause, went over to him." Apparently there are still some modern-day canonists who think that Anacletus had the better claim to the papacy. When the smoke clears, I fully expect it to be established that John XXIII was the "uncanonically elected pope" who would wreak havoc on the Church.


fa8977  No.814993




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07b6b4  No.814972[Reply]

If it weren't for St. Boniface, my ancestors would still be chasing pigs through the forests of #Germany and worshiping trees. The #CatholicChurch celebrates his feast day today. St. Boniface, pray for Germany.

07b6b4  No.814973

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22592e  No.810668[Reply]

The average person believes that sodomy is only few decades old and that before that it was unthinkable and had to be hidden, while in fact it was rather common in high society, Oscar Wilde famously comes to mind, or Marquis de Sade his "120 Days of Sodom" before that. I've just read this article about the liberal consumerist economist John Maynard Keynes, which claims that he had around 100+ homosexual encounters at the turn of the 19th century, and that sodomy was rather widespread:

>He had 65 encounters in 1909, 26 in 1910, 39 in 1911…

>The Cleveland Street Scandal of 1889 alerted wider society to the practice of men procuring GPO telegram delivery boys for cheap sex in makeshift brothels

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/business/analysis-and-features/john-maynard-keynes-new-biography-reveals-shocking-details-about-the-economists-sex-life-10101971.html

What was the true extent of sodomy in the West before 1960, in the 19th century, 18th century, 17th century and before that?

What have the churches done about this, and what was their excuse for not doing more?

Sodomy is a disease that spreads, statistics has proven this since it's more widespread in recent generations. Afflicted men infect unafflicted men and boys and the disease spreads, people rarely repent. Therefore if it was rooted out earlier a great evil could've been prevented, so why was it allowed to get this far.

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4e760f  No.814947

>>810668

Matthew 7:

>3 “Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?

>4 How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye?

>5 You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.


4e760f  No.814948

>>814914

>what are ancient Greeks?


3e7c10  No.814961

>>814900

Like I said, I'm not really a fan of it, nor do I like to be materialistic. But as far as governance is concerned, I think the greatest degree of financial/material freedom is ideal compared to the alternatives. It''s the best of a bad situation in other words.


bfb183  No.814964

>>814914

Sodomy has always existed, even in recent times. (Just look at the Wild West and the existence of brothels in nearly every town)

The problem is that society has largely condemned sodomy, prostitution and sexual degeneracy/perversion since the West became Christian. We are no reverting to pagan-tier society where sexual degeneracy is the norm, not that the strange and frowned upon outcasted minority.


bfb183  No.814965

>>814964

*We are now




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f883a7  No.748849[Reply]

What books are you reading at the moment?

What are you up to?

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37c47d  No.812645

Finished Roger Scruton - Beauty

Started with few Interwar Articles by Ernst Junger but I will finish de Maistre too.


21da7a  No.813501

>>806439

Im sorry man but what screen are you using to have a resolution like that


a22c10  No.813987

Brothers Karamazov


4362e6  No.814834

>>809334

"A canticle for Saint Leibowitz" is an excellent book as well. Follows the Catholic church through a nuclear fallout and post-apocalypse revival of humanity, each time period following a new person.


90f24a  No.814840

>>748849

The Imitation of Christ, The Confessions, The Sayings of the Desert Fathers, The Rule of the Master, Fear and Trembling, Le Morte D'Arthur, The Lord of the Rings, The Demon Wars Saga, The Lost Fleet series, The Ember Wars Saga, The Heritage Trilogy, The Things They Carried, 33 Strategies of War, and of course the Scriptures (RSVCE2).

Some purely as audio books, some purely as text, and some as both. I tend to rotate them dependent on my mood (except for Scripture, which I read daily in the Missal at the very least, if not also on my own time).

If you couldn't tell, I like Military Text, Military Sci-Fi, High Fantasy (especially classics), and Christian Philosophy. They're probably my 4 favorite "genres" of literature.




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628ad0  No.814813[Reply]

Reminder that suffering when offered up to God is a source of sanctification and purification and there is no excuse to be bored when you can pray and that any menial task is not in vain when accompanied by invocation of the blessed Name.

0020d9  No.814824

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Truth.




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4566bd  No.745436[Reply]

Are people really paid to shill here?

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25171c  No.814225

>>814202

It proves itself.


65f8ff  No.814231

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>>814159

Ok heres a frog when and where can I expect my payment?


220b0e  No.814743

Of course they shill, for example the western intelligence services didnt like the orthodox threads here, because in their eyes it spread russian influence,point of view (no joke), so lately they have been supressing them and started shilling catholicism. Havent you noticed the shift? Suddenly out of nowhere catholic threads are everywhere, you would think the entire vatican inteligentsia moved here…


56f4f0  No.814745

>>814743

Probably the other way round, FSB stopped funding ortholarp threads around here.


f5cefe  No.814802

>>814743

funny, i thought most of the ortho's were crypto-protestants looking to start flamewars or literal jay dyer shills




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897a6c  No.814764[Reply]

Hi, almost a week ago i made this thread [0] here. I got a few resposnes that i read carefully and therefore i forgot.

Spanish anon recommended me a few spanish bible translations that i took note about and will look for soon, but also he recommended the embedded video here.

Today i remembered that i did not watch the video and went to look for that.

I just watched it and everything made sense, this is what happened to me, the person on the video seems to have had a similar experience with the Lord's prayer, to what i felt when i heard the "Serenity prayer" at my Alcoholics Anonymous for the first time.

I don't really know if i enjoy the AA meetings anymore, it seems that it's almost always the same. I am still sober and with no plans to drink again soon, but i feel now that what i really need is something more deep and spiritual, just like the video's title, "rediscover" my faith.

Then a new question comes up. My girlfriend is kind of a liberal, pro choice, feminist, pot smoker, etc. I live with here and i don't really feel comfortable anymore here, it's very difficult to live with one person that has a totally different take on life.

It is possible that i was drinking that much just to make this contradiction "dissappear" getting drunk. Now that i am sober, the problem is still here and i can actually see it instead of ignoring it with beer.

So fellow Anons, is there any advice i can take? I feel like i want to fix this to improve my life.

Again, thanks for reading ad sorry if there is any grammar/spelling mistake.

[0] https://8ch.net/christian/res/812828.html

8b5fa2  No.814790

It seems like the best option would either be to sit down and talk with her about your new feelings or break up with her, anon.

Off topic, cool to see CF found God. I used to be a fan of those kinds of YTers pre-conversion, but fell of after I converted because of their iffy views on religion as a whole.




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0e8142  No.814777[Reply]

* ehem *

Yes, I am watching a video walking tour trough St. Peter's Basilica in 4K

Also wanted to inform, that the whispers and talking sound a lot like Mexicans in crowds, probably because italian is a romance language

That's all, thank you for coming.

36a15f  No.814826

thanks for sharing.

Do you have a link? Last time I was at St. Peter was probably when I was 12 or something 8 years ago.

The place outside was full, but the interior was stunning.




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bcc02d  No.813532[Reply]

Protestants:

>Catholics believe in works salvation, to that don't really love god, they just want to accrue brownie points so the can get into heaven!

Also protestants:

>wow Catholics believe that If someone dies right after they go to confession they go straight to heaven no questions asked, that's so stupid!

Really activates my almonds

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1cf300  No.814031

>>814020

Depends on how and what you use it for. It took me awhile to convert into the Catholic faith when I started to pay more attention to theology and blow away the myths touted.


35048f  No.814432

>>813580

Insert catholic circlejerk laughter here


111538  No.814433

File: a6d22de0b318ad8⋯.jpg (4.4 KB, 284x177, 284:177, 30q31843710923.jpg)


5eb96a  No.814637

>>814432

nya nya nyaha! - catlick


87acd2  No.814774

>>814006

>>814023

He won't be damned if he repented out of love of God (love of God due to his perfect goodness certainly suffices, there doesn't seem to be a consensus on whether love of gratituden suffices) and hatred of having offended Him (which may be joined with other motives, e.g. fear of Hell, but it must be present).

It's ultimately a simple concept, but have a slightly more detailed explanation to avoid confusion from the very good and detailed source that is Catholic Encyclopedia:

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/04337a.htm

And also this:

https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/dictionary/index.cfm?id=35519




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0504b0  No.814738[Reply]

Vid related. Best piece I've ever heard on faith

081fbf  No.814752

>protestant

into the trash it goes


0504b0  No.814763

>>814752

I'm a Catholic also, just because we think ourselves to have the fullness of the truth, doesn't mean that truth doesn't exist elsewhere, it demands the opposite




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e1c42a  No.814676[Reply]

Give it read with that in mind. What do you think?

a8cfcc  No.814716

File: 102a0e172735cfe⋯.jpg (561.41 KB, 682x519, 682:519, Akin-OBADIAH.jpg)

>>814676

[Obadiah]

{1:1} The vision of Obadiah. Thus saith the Lord God to Edom: We have heard a rumour from the Lord, and he hath sent an ambassador to the nations: Arise, and let us rise up to battle against him.

{1:2} Behold I have made thee small among the nations: thou art exceeding contemptible.

{1:3} The pride of thy heart hath lifted thee up, who dwellest in the clefts of the rocks, and settest up thy throne on high: who sayest in thy heart: Who shall bring me down to the ground?

{1:4} Though thou be exalted as an eagle, and though thou set thy nest among the stars: thence will I bring thee down, saith the Lord.

{1:5} If thieves had gone in to thee, if robbers by night, how wouldst thou have held thy peace? would they not have stolen till they had enough? if the grapegatherers had come in to thee, would they not have left thee at the least a cluster?

{1:6} How have they searched Esau, how have they sought out his hidden things?

{1:7} They have sent thee out even to the border: all the men of thy confederacy have deceived thee: the men of thy peace have prevailed against thee: they that eat with thee shall lay snares under thee: there is no wisdom in him.

{1:8} Shall not I in that day, saith the Lord, destroy the wise out of Edom, and understanding out of the mount of Esau?

{1:9} And thy valiant men of the south shall be afraid, that man may be cut off from the mount of Esau.

{1:10} For the slaughter, and for the iniquity against thy brother Jacob, confusion shall cover thee, and thou shalt perish for ever.

{1:11} In the day when thou stoodest against him, when strangers carried away his army captive, and foreigners entered into his gates, and cast lots upon Jerusalem: thou also wast as one of them.

{1:12} But thou shalt not look on in the day of thy brother, in the day of his leaving his country: and thou shalt not rejoice over the children of Juda, in the day of their destruction: and thou shalt not magnify thy mouth in the day of distress.

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e1c42a  No.814757

The vision of Obadi´ah. Thus saith the Lord God concerning Edom; We have heard a rumor from the Lord , and an ambassador is sent among the heathen, Arise ye, and let us rise up against her in battle.

Behold, I have made thee small among the heathen: thou art greatly despised. The pride of thine heart hath deceived thee, thou that dwellest in the clefts of the rock, whose habitation is high; that saith in his heart, Who shall bring me down to the ground? Though thou exalt thyself as the eagle, and though thou set thy nest among the stars, thence will I bring thee down, saith the Lord.

If thieves came to thee, if robbers by night, (how art thou cut off!) would they not have stolen till they had enough? if the grape gatherers came to thee, would they not leave some grapes? How are the things of Esau searched out! how are his hidden things sought up! All the men of thy confederacy have brought thee even to the border: the men that were at peace with thee have deceived thee, and prevailed against thee; they that eat thy bread have laid a wound under thee: there is none understanding in him. Shall I not in that day, saith the Lord , even destroy the wise men out of Edom, and understanding out of the mount of Esau?

And thy mighty men , O Teman, shall be dismayed, to the end that every one of the mount of Esau may be cut off by slaughter. For thy violence against thy brother Jacob shame shall cover thee, and thou shalt be cut off for ever. In the day that thou stoodest on the other side, in the day that the strangers carried away captive his forces, and foreigners entered into his gates, and cast lots upon Jerusalem, even thou wast as one of them. But thou shouldest not have looked on the day of thy brother in the day that he became a stranger; neither shouldest thou have rejoiced over the children of Judah in the day of their destruction; neither shouldest thou have spoken proudly in the day of distress. Thou shouldest not have entered into the gate of my people in the day of their calamity; yea, thou shouldest not have looked on their affliction in the day of their calamity, nor have laid hands on their substance in the day of their calamity; neither shouldest thou have stood in the crossway, to cut off those of his that did escape; neither shouldest thPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




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1e2684  No.813948[Reply]

Hello. I'm exploring the faith. I go to daily mass, tithe and say the rosary.

I've not been baptized. I'm hesitant to become a Catholic because I'm in Germany. I've been to many churches and essentially every parish tells me the same thing: it doesn't matter if it's trans-, consubstantiation or annihilation, all Christians should receive the Eucharist together. Latin Mass is only once every two weeks because the Bishop forbade doing it weekly.

If I get baptized I would have to pay ten percent tax on my income to the German Catholic Church, even though I tithe generously every Mass.

I understand that my soul is in peril as long as I'm not baptized but I can't I'm good conscience support the heretical homilies I'm hearing every day, advocating for ecumenism, female priests and married priests.

I pray you not judge me and instead tell me what you would do in my situation.

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992601  No.814445

>>814438

Because protest against a heretic, borderline schismatic church =/= Protest against Catholic Doctrine.

In fact, it's a reaffirmation of the seat of Rome.


b2386c  No.814447

>>814445

>protest against a heretic, borderline schismatic church

It is not "a" church, it is THE Church.

If you move to Austria or Poland (or whatever BS you suggest), you still join the SAME one Church as a Roman-Catholic, with Cardinal Marx and everything.

Your country of residence changes nothing about that.

You are in the wrong (Protestant).

OP is in the wrong (Protestant).

Catholicism is correct.


0ec33f  No.814454

>>814447

False. The church is infallible as in the mystical body of Christ, and can't make wrong decisions in terms of doctrine, canonization, dogmas, etc. Protesting agains't cardinal marx because cardinal marx is a heretic doesn't mean you're protesting agains't the body of Christ. If he were to be protesting against an dogma or a doctrine of the church, that would be protestantism, and the loosening of the female ordination and chastity rules for priests isn't a doctrine.


fddbd9  No.814715

>>814447

Do you really think calling someone a Protestant means anything as a Catholic today? Francis says he agrees with Lutherans on justification, he issued a stamp with Luther on it, and he even put up a statue of Martin Luther in the Vatican. So your comments mean nothing.


8b5478  No.814754

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>>814196

And I thought we had it bad in the States.




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3f27e7  No.814618[Reply]

>For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who by their unrighteousness suppress the truth. For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them. For his invisible attributes, namely, his eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly perceived, ever since the creation of the world, in the things that have been made. So they are without excuse. For although they knew God, they did not honor him as God or give thanks to him, but they became futile in their thinking, and their foolish hearts were darkened. Claiming to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images resembling mortal man and birds and animals and creeping things.

>Therefore God gave them up in the lusts of their hearts to impurity, to the dishonoring of their bodies among themselves, because they exchanged the truth about God for a lie and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever! Amen.

>For this reason God gave them up to dishonorable passions. For their women exchanged natural relations for those that are contrary to nature; and the men likewise gave up natural relations with women and were consumed with passion for one another, men committing shameless acts with men and receiving in themselves the due penalty for their error.

This is the best description of nominals too. Hell seems to be a just punishment for them all tbh

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18d37d  No.814628

>>814626

Nah. Their argument is more like:

>God doesn't exist

>therefore, God couldn't write any rules

>therefore, the rules of God don't exist

>I can't break a rule that doesn't exist

>therefore, I am not doing anything wrong


66c3df  No.814629

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>>814628

>Nah.

THERE'S A CONSPIRACY IN THIS THREAD!


a34634  No.814632

>>814628

Not exactly my stance. I do believe there may be a God. However I find it impossible to trust anything written by man not to be misguided or have deceptive intent.


79aef7  No.814740

>>814632

By that logic, we ought to not trust even our sense of discernment and ability to comprehend the basics of reality since we're men


798cf5  No.814741

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>>814740

>By that logic, we ought to not trust even our sense of discernment and ability to comprehend the basics of reality since we're men

There is never true certainty. That's the purpose of faith.




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983544  No.814571[Reply]

Because, right now, it makes no difference if the Chair of Saint Peter is empty or occupied by a horrible Catholic. Either way, the Church suffers and we laity have to wait until God clears things up. A bad Pope is worse than having no Pope, but practically, has the same effect - no spiritual leadership. The sheep are scattered and must fend for themselves. If previous conclaves were invalid and that we do not, and have not, had a Pope for 50 years, what does this change? Am I going to go to a different church? Quit my job? Say different prayers? Pray tell, what changes? Rome stays the same. Francis is still there. Cafeteria Catholics and terrible Bishops who subvert the faith still exist.

And, Sedevacantism does not add up with Fatima, which calls for the consecration of Russia by a Pope.

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b2d1d5  No.814701

>>814698

>And what did Francis had to say when asked about homosexuals? "Who am I to judge?" dude please.

And in only two sentences you proved you now absolutely shit about the whole issue.


68c66c  No.814703

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>>814698

>I never said I'd leave the church, but your interpretation of "the church" may differ a lot from mine and those of others.

In that you follow broken off sects who left over disagreement with the church in the same manner akin to protestantism, albeit less bloodshed.The only difference is you're conservative and their liberal in regards to traditionalism.

> but we had ways to fight back those perversions and degeneracy back in the day,

The same means by which we do now, coincils, inquasitions, and other church political tools. Only nowadays we don't have to wait months for a parcel to get to the church via snaillmail by sea.

>most people both laity and clergy look the other way

Where have you been going to church?

If anything the Laity are the most outraged. Claiming we turn a blind eye is the kind of crap a detached prot would say. Thanks to these disgusting people, we no longer allow for children to be educated 1 on 1 by priests and deacons, which is a shame for all the priests I met in childhood who were so amazing and engaging and clearly loved their position that a bunch of kiddy didlers had to ruin it for them and the children.

>So we better stay silent and watch as everything gets progressively worse

Again, where have you been? People aren't silent. Have you gone anywhere other than sedevacantist sites?

>Open your eyes then, there's plenty of examples even on this board about clergy following in the steps of people like James Martin.

And There are plenty of examples of them not. That's how debate works, even back in the apostolic era. That was my whole point: you can cite abc and I can cite xyz both from online and irl. Why havent the South African Cardinals just splintered off? Or any church I go to where they don't say "let the gays marry and let women be clergy"? It's tit for tat argumentation and it gets you nowhere.

>why we should care about what the media says in that regard?

I WAS SAYING THE MEDPost too long. Click here to view the full text.


68c66c  No.814704

>>814698

Also,

>That pick

Lol, you really are me from 2017…


51f439  No.814719

>>814703

>Read about him both on your site and others and I don't see much of an issue.

>I don't see much of an issue.

>A known marxist ordained as a priest holding mass under a guerrilla banner? I sleep.

>Said heretic getting beatified by the head of the church? I sleep.

Good to know.

>The pope met with a political leader

The pope met with a COMMUNIST DICTATOR which is very different.

>>That pick Lol, you really are me from 2017…

Maybe a communist flag is more akin to your tastes rather than the holy men of old that died fighting in the name of Christ

If you defend Francis and his pontificate, you're obviously a left wing advocate who cares not for Christendom but for the communist agenda, either that or someone in denial. Communism backed by (((freemasonry))) is the number one enemy of the Christian Faith, and despite the numerous occasions where the current pope has shown sympathy for this ideology and met their leaders, people like yourself still trust him. It's unbelievable.

You mentioned Fatima. Didn't Our Lady warn us and asked for the consecration of Russia, the birthplace of the bolshevik revolution who caused innumerable disasters around the globe spreading it's pestilent ideology and infiltrating many countries?

Quoting Our Lady of the good event in a different occasion:

"How the Church will suffer on that occasion the dark night of the lack of a Prelate and Father to watch over them with paternal love, gentleness, strength, and prudence. Many priests will lose their spirit, placing their souls in great danger."

>lack of a Prelate and Father to watch over them

Make of that what you will.


037f2e  No.814733

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>>814719

>A known marxist ordained as a priest holding mass under a guerrilla banner? I sleep.

He was assassinated by commies so…

>The pope met with a COMMUNIST DICTATOR which is very different.

The pope also met with Mussolini. And these are just the extremes, it's not like any politicians are clean.

>If you defend Francis and his pontificate, you're obviously a left wing advocate who cares not for Christendom but for the communist agenda

Pic related.

Feels like 2016 again.

>Communism backed by (((freemasonry))) is the number one enemy of the Christian Faith,

It's a major enemy, but both the radical left and radical right hate christianity, and the latter has a ton of traction on boards like 8ch.

>people like yourself still trust him. It's unbelievable.

It's more like I have faith in god as I keep reaffirming but ok. You clearly cant think of what I mean.

>You mentioned Fatima

Different anon actually

>Didn't Our Lady warn us and asked for the consecration of Russia,

Yes

>the birthplace of the bolshevik revolution who caused innumerable disasters around the globe spreading it's pestilent ideology and infiltrating many countries?

Bit of an unnecessary tirade but technically true.

>How the Church will suffer on that occasion the dark night of the lack of a Prelate and Father to watch over them with paternal love, gentleness, strength, and prudence. Many priests will lose their spirit, placing their souls in great danger.

None of this encourages a schism, nor says that any other self-appointed candidate is more accurate. Also, as we know by this point a dark night is a feeling of separation from god (the Father), not a literalPost too long. Click here to view the full text.




47a368  No.814648[Reply]

I have anxiety issues that stem from worrying about past actions that I have made. For example, I have stolen from many retail stores. The last time I stole was several years ago, however, the months after stealing every single day I was plagued with remorse and wondering about the 'what if's' of getting caught. I currently worry about my future of employment, (as it is very up-in-the-air) and there are a lot of hoops to jump through. I am a changed Christian, as I no longer steal, try to control my sinning, and try to not have anger outbursts. My question is, when God says do not worry, such as do the birds worry about eating and what not, does this mean also do not worry about your future?

Regardless of what happens in my life, I take comfort in the fact that I'll go to heaven when I die do to Christ's sacrifice.

fa60c6  No.814677

Give your worries to God. I also used to be frequently overwhelmed with anxiety, in those moments I would say "God, I can't deal with this. Take my suffering as a prayer and use it to convert sinners or something" and now I still have moments of worry but not at a pathological level like before. God's yoke is easy and the burden is light, when you're troubled let Him do the heavy lifting for you.




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