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Index of Documents about "Pope" Francis I / Jorge Bergoglio

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The identity of "Pope" Francis as another version of "Pope" Benedict XVI

Since Cardinal Ratzinger's resignation as "Pope" Benedict XVI and the installation of Cardinal Bergoglio as "Pope" Francis, we have been alerting the world that Bergoglio is essentially a Ratzinger repackaged to make his End of These Times actions more acceptable by the uninformed faithful, who are mostly ignorant of the Divine teachings and warnings found in the Holy Scriptures.


Jorge Bergoglio, accepted by millions as Pope Francis, seeks prayers to achieve the One World Religion

In his first-ever video declaring his "prayer intentions", the Roman Catholic leader Jorge Bergoglio, also known as Pope Francis, called for dialogue and collaboration among those of the various world religions, asserting that they are simply "seeking or meeting God in different ways". Although on the surface Francis' call seems quite charitable we must look at what is behind it.


Israel's 9th President, the late Shimon Peres, called for a One World Religion under the leadership of Pope Francis

Shimon Peres, a patriarch of today's Israel, sees Pope Francis - a man he calls "Holy Father" - as the leader of United Religions. "The United Nations has had its day", Peres opined. "What we need is an organization of United Religions, a United Nations of religions." Accordingly, "there should be a Charter of United Religions, just as there is a UN Charter. This is what I have proposed to the pope."


Why Pope Francis is keeping his hammer-and-sickle Crucifix

In July 2015, the Marxist president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, presented "Pope" Francis with a gift -  a carved wooden hammer-and-sickle cross on which the figure of Christ is crucified. The pope's acceptance of Morales's gift further confirms that the Roman Catholic Church is currently led by a man whose social, political, and economic views have been shaped by leftism more than by any other religious or moral system.


"Pope" Francis denies the Divinity of Jesus

In the Italian newspaper "La República", in October 2019, Pope Francis' longtime atheist friend and interviewer, Eugenio Scalfari, claims that the "Pope" told him that once Jesus Christ became incarnate, he was a man, a "man of exceptional virtues" but "not at all a God". Our Lord and Master Jesus Christ responds: "Every sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but the blasphemy of the Spirit shall not be forgiven." [Mt. 12:31]


The Byzantine Patriarch declares that Francis Bergoglio is an invalid Pope

The Byzantine Catholic (Universal) Patriarch declares that "Francis Bergoglio is accursed, excluded from the Catholic Church because he preaches a gospel other than the one that was preached by the Apostles and the Church of Christ". However, keep in mind that we are not endorsing the Byzantine Patriarchate nor its Patriarch. We were only highlighting their publication about Francis.


Francis, hell and the Vanishing Impenitent Souls

In response to the reporter Scalfari question "What about bad souls who died? Where are they punished?", Francis says, "They are not punished, ... There is no hell, there is the disappearance of sinful souls." If hell does not exist as Francis is quoted as proclaiming... then Jesus must have lied and the Old and New Testament are just myths composed to scare people into behaving well.


Francis, The Record of an Anti-Pope

We provide in this document facts that are easily verifiable because they come from the mouth of Francis himself: Jorge Bergoglio has dropped the title 'Vicar of Christ', he denies the Divinity of Jesus and seeks prayers to achieve a One World Religion.


A Catholic group considering Francis' resignation from the Petrine Office

In 2015, they addressed to Jorge Bergoglio an urgent appeal to either change course or renounce the Petrine Office. We do not necessarily agree with everything that appears on this letter or every position of the ministry of The Remnant, however, we believe that its many valid points and theo-logic merits that we call it to the attention of our readership.


Pope Francis was often quiet on Argentine sex abuse cases as archbishop

In the years after Grassi's conviction, Bergoglio - now Pope Francis - has declined to meet with the victim of the priest's crimes or the victims of other predations by clergy under his leadership. He did not offer personal apologies or financial restitution, even in cases in which the crimes were denounced by other members of the church and the offending priests were sent to jail.


A book about the fortunes, scandals and secrets of Francis' Vatican (in Spanish)

An Italian journalist, Emiliano Fittipaldi, specialized in investigations, published a book in November 2015 in Italian, and immediately in Spanish, with the title "AVARICIA - Los Documentos Que Revelan Las Fortunas, Los Escándalos y Secretos del Vaticano de Francisco". The purpose of this document echoing that book is to alert the Faithful to the reality behind the "holy" walls of the Vatican.



Published on January 4th, 2021

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