The Pope is supposedly very ill. He’s old enough. Probably will die soon.
That might seem like a good thing. It’s actually not. Whoever the queers install next is going to be the real bane of doom, and really start shoving things into anuses like you’ve never seen before.
Pope Francis has decided to punish one of his highest-ranking critics, Cardinal Raymond Burke, by revoking his right to a subsidized Vatican apartment and salary in the second such radical action against a conservative American prelate this month, according to two people briefed on the measures.
Francis told a meeting of the heads of Vatican offices last week that he was moving against Burke because he was a source of “disunity” in the church, said one of the participants at the 20 November meeting. The participant spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to reveal the contents of the encounter.
Francis said he was removing Burke’s privileges of having a subsidized Vatican apartment and a salary as a retired cardinal because he was using the privileges against the church, said another person who was subsequently briefed on the pope’s measures. That person also spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to reveal the details.
What does that mean he’s removing his privileges of having an apartment? Priests take a vow of poverty.
Is he going to have to sleep in the hall?
Burke has not received any notification of measures being taken, his secretary said in a text message Tuesday to the Associated Press.
Burke, a 75-year-old canon lawyer whom Francis fired as the Vatican’s high court justice in 2014, has become one of the most outspoken critics of the pope, his outreach to LGBTQ+ Catholics and his reform project to make the church more responsive to the needs of the ordinary faithful.
Francis is systematically removing people opposed to his extreme anal fisting agenda.
He’s also about to die.
So he’s going on a blitz, paving the way for an anal extremist beyond what we can even begin to imagine.
Twice, Burke has joined other conservative cardinals in issuing formal questions to the pontiff, known as “dubia”, asking him to clarify questions of doctrine that had upset conservatives and traditionalists. In the first, they asked Francis to clarify his outreach to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics; Francis never replied. In the second, they asked whether same-sex couples could receive church blessings – and received a conditional maybe in response.
Then, on the eve of Francis’s big meeting of bishops last month, known as a synod, Burke presided over a counter-synod of sorts just steps away from St Peter’s Square in Rome. There, Burke delivered a stinging rebuke of Francis’s vision of “synodality” as well as his overall reform project for the church.
“It’s unfortunately very clear that the invocation of the Holy Spirit by some has the aim of bringing forward an agenda that is more political and human than ecclesial and divine,” Burke told the conference titled the Synodal Babel.
It is 100% political.
Homosexuals have never been rejected by the Church. Everyone is always welcome. We are all sinners.
What the Pope is trying to do by “being more open to anal” is normalize homosexuality, to make it no longer a sin.
And he is doing this. The process is well under way.
Burke has always defended his actions as being of service to the church and the papacy, saying it is his obligation as a cardinal and bishop to uphold church teaching and correct errors.
“The sheep depend on the courage of pastors who must protect them from the poison of confusion, error and division,” he told the 3 October conference, prompting applause from the crowd.
Burke, who spends much of his time in the US at the Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine he founded in his native Wisconsin, is the second American prelate to face punishment in what appears to be a new phase of Francis’s pontificate. This reform-minded period seems to have accelerated with the arrival in September of Francis’s hand-picked chief of doctrine, the Argentine cardinal Victor Fernández.
It is a new phase! This is what we keep saying!
The first phase of his anal agenda was to go around preaching the gospel of anus, along with the gospel of the Islamization of Europe, the gospel of divorce, the abortion lover gospel, and every other sickening and satanic thing.
In this new phase, he is taking action. He is putting his agenda into practice.
Earlier this month, Francis forcibly removed Joseph Strickland, the bishop of Tyler, Texas, and another conservative who had become one of Francis’s critics. Strickland was removed after a Vatican investigation into governance of his diocese.
In a tweet Tuesday, Strickland expressed shock at reports that Francis had taken action against his fellow American, which was first reported by the conservative Italian newspaper La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana, the main sponsor of the Synodal Babel conference.
“If this is accurate it is an atrocity that must be opposed. If it is false information it needs to be corrected immediately,” Strickland said.
It is an atrocity!
It’s all atrocities now!
Satan is in charge of the Church, and no one can do anything about it, because it’s not a democracy and there is no ability to petition grievances!
No one ever imagined that the Pope would be a satanist!
I don’t know what the plan is.
This whole thing has gone anal and no one can do anything. If you complain about it, the Pope will fire you.