Catholicism’s Death Spiral Continues Due To Francis’ Incompetence.
A letter was published by a Catholic Archbishop that called for the resignation of the Catholic Pope.
With regard to the document in question when the pope was asked about it this was his response:
I read the statement this morning, and I must tell you sincerely that, I must say this, to you and all those who are interested. Read the statement carefully and make your own judgment. I will not say a single word about this. I believe the statement speaks for itself. And you have the journalistic capacity to draw your own conclusions. It’s an act of faith. When some time passes and you have drawn your conclusions, I may speak. But, I would like your professional maturity to do the work for you. It will be good for you. That’s good.
Even the two participants in the video are not sure on how to find anything positive in Francis’ behaviour. They even tried to blame secular criticism but failed miserably with that.
What I did learn was that Pope Francis is not at all liked in Argentina. Which is remarkable considering that the most Catholic person in the world, i.e. The Catholic Pope, is from Argentina.
Here is the introduction to the video by Dr Marshall:
Why Won’t Pope Francis Respond to Viganò? As a follow up to why did Pope Benedict resign, we look at the political history of Pope Francis and the influence of the Argentinian ruler Juan Perón (1895-1974). We examine the clip of Francis on the plane when he says he will “not say one word” regarding the 11 page testimony of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò. Neither Marshall nor Gordon are endorsing Francis step down if the allegations prove false, but only if they prove true.
Catholicism’s Death Spiral Is Fully Evident | Two Catholics Attempt To Deny This Fact:
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