Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Occult ritual mockery of Christ


Images are from Dublin Pride Parade 2017



Take notice of the freemasonic cable-tow or noose around Our Lord’s, Jesus the Christ, neck.  The name of the perversion ‘Pride Parade’ encapsulates what is happening in formerly Catholic Ireland. “Pride goeth before destruction: and the spirit is lifted up before a fall.” (Proverbs 16, 18)  To cap it off, the perversion being celebrated perverts God’s promise to Noah after the flood by using the rainbow to celebrate that which is a sin that cries to Heaven for vengeance.  The Irish who once sent missionaries abroad who converted the pagan world to Christianity are now a missionary territory once again.  Will God send them another St. Patrick to drive the snakes out?  We can only hope and pray so.




And platting a crown of thorns, they put it upon his head, and a reed in his right hand. And bowing the knee before him, they mocked him, saying: Hail, king of the Jews. (Matthew 27, 29)




And the people stood beholding, and the rulers with them derided him, saying: He saved others, let him save himself, if he be Christ, the elect of God. (Luke 23, 35)





And when they had heard of the resurrection of the dead, some indeed mocked: but others said: We will hear thee again concerning this matter. (Acts 17, 32)


More stupidity from the mouth of Francis


‘Cardinals are grandparents who teach the youth to dream’



Horoscopes and the god of surprises


Monday, June 26, 2017

Huh?


Isn’t this stretching it more than a bit?

Dear friends of the Italian Swimming Federation 
and athletes competing for the “Sette Colli” Swimming Trophy in Rome.
I thank the president of the Federation for his words introducing our meeting.
These are days of joy and enthusiasm for you and for the sports fans who support you, because sport is also a celebration. A celebration not without content, as it transmits values that are increasingly necessary in a society like ours, which is defined as “fluid”, without firm points of reference. Your sport is performed in water, but it is not “fluid”; rather, it is very “solid” as it requires constant commitment and fortitude.
For this familiarity that you have with water, I like to remember the words of St. Francis of Assisi: “Praised be You, my Lord, through Sister Water, which is very useful and humble and precious and chaste”.
Your challenge to yourselves, competing, living in contact with water, can also be a contribution to a different culture of water: water is life, without water life does not exist. And talking about life means talking about God, origin and wellspring of life, and also our Christian life begins with the sign of water, with Baptism.
The water in which you swim, dive, play, and compete, requires several forms of attention: the value of the body, which must be cared for and not idolized; the need for interiority and the search for meaning in what you do; the strength and courage to resist fatigue; the clear vision of which port to look for in life and how to reach it; and the value of authenticity, which means transparency, clarity, inner cleanliness.
In contact with water, you learn to be repelled by anything that is polluting, in sport and in life.
Dear managers and athletes, I thank you for your visit. I wish you every good to your activity, your families, and your plans. May the Lord bless you and always give you the joy of participating in sport together in a brotherly spirit.
source: Vatican—Bollettino,  Audience with the participants in the “Sette Colli” Swimming Trophy, 24.06.2017


Where does Francis come up with this garbage?



It’s not like he was ad-libbing.  In fact, he 
was reading from a prepared statement.

Friday, June 23, 2017

Paul VI stabbed at Manila International Airport in the Philippines


Benjamín Mendoza y Amor Flores, a Bolivian surrealist painter dressed as a priest, stabs Paul VI twice with a dagger before being subdued by Paul VI’s personal secretary, Fr. Pasquale Macchi, and the infamous Msgr. Paul Marcinkus.
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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

update on the new member of the Pontifical Academy Of Life — Rabbi Avraham Steinberg, M.D.




Why did Francis appoint two Talmudic Jews to the Pontifical Academy Of Life?  We at Call Me Jorge... believe the answer is a simple one, it is to further the process of Catholics continuing to look towards the rabbi as the ultimate authority in religion, ethics, and morals.  In this post we will focus on Rabbi Avraham Steinberg and his three-volume, Encyclopedia of Jewish Medical Ethics.  In two recent posts on twitter, by Maurice Pinay and gem, some of the diabolical insanity of the Talmudic religion contained in this work was exposed.  We have those citations below and several others we found while perusing the encyclopedia.  Keep in mind that Francis looks to Rabbi Avraham Steinberg and Talmudic Judaism as authorities.

According to wikipedia,
Rabbi Professor Avraham Steinberg MD (Hebrew אברהם שטינברג; born 25 August 1947) is a medical ethicist, pediatric neurologist, rabbi and editor of Talmudic literature.
Professor Steinberg is Director of the Medical Ethics Unit at Shaare Zedek Medical Center, Jerusalem, and co-chairman of the Israeli National Council on Bioethics. In 1999 he won the Israel Prize for original Rabbinic literature for his 7-volume Encyclopedia Hilchatit Refuit in Hebrew - the most comprehensive text book ever compiled on this subject. It was translated into English by Professor Fred Rosner as the Encyclopedia of Jewish Medical Ethics.[1]
Steinberg is Director of the Torah literature publishing group Yad HaRav Herzog, head of the Editorial Board of the Talmudic Encyclopedia (or Encyclopedia Talmudit) and Editor-in-Chief of the Talmudic Micropedia.



Excerpts from the Encyclopedia of Jewish Medical Ethics: by Rabbi Avraham Steinberg, M.D.





















The above is just a small sampling of the demented minds of the rabbis and their man-made traditions.  For our American readers who are worried about Sharia Law, where’s the concern about the Halakhic Law which is entering the Novus Ordo through the back door with Francis’ recent appointments such as this?  In a previous post we showed how Halakha already influences the American courts (see, R.I.P. Antonin ‘Nino’ Gregory Scalia).  Have the rank-and-file pew sitters been processed to the degree where they think that the above is acceptable to their Christian beliefs?  If not where is the outcry from anyone except for a few ‘voices...crying in the wilderness’ (John 1, 23)?


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Monday, June 19, 2017

What was Francis reaction when he read this letter?


Francis and Cardinal Caffarra in a ‘spiritual hug’.


We at Call Me Jorge... wonder what Francis’ reaction was when he read the letter (see below) from Cardinal Carlo Caffarra on 25 April 2017.  We bet that not only did it get his heart going but that he had another outburst filled with profanity. Sandro Magister, who published the Portuguese original, still has his Vatican press credentials, as we write, but he may find himself on the receiving end of the wrath of ‘humble’ Francis once again.  The funniest part is when Caffarra assures Francis that the four cardinals believe Francis is the pope and not to worry they are not sedvacantists!  Anyway you slice it, its the same old Vatican game - a letter to Francis, followed by an explosion of ‘humble’ anger, then Francis pretending as if the letter didn’t exist, and ending with the letter being publicly aired like it was laundry by the frustrated letter writers.  It’s an elaborate ritual of saving face for all parties involved.  Ah, who could have predicted that Amoris Laetitia would become a sideshow at Francis’ macabre carnival?

“Most Holy Father,
It is with a certain trepidation that I address myself to Your Holiness, during these days of the Easter season. I do so on behalf of the Most Eminent Cardinals: Walter Brandmüller, Raymond L. Burke, Joachim Meisner, and myself.
We wish to begin by renewing our absolute dedication and our unconditional love for the Chair of Peter and for Your august person, in whom we recognize the Successor of Peter and the Vicar of Jesus: the “sweet Christ on earth,” as Saint Catherine of Siena was fond of saying. We do not share in the slightest the position of those who consider the See of Peter vacant, nor of those who want to attribute to others the indivisible responsibility of the Petrine munus. We are moved solely by the awareness of the grave responsibility arising from the munus of cardinals: to be advisers of the Successor of Peter in his sovereign ministry. And from the Sacrament of the Episcopate, which “has placed us as bishops to pasture the Church, which He has acquired with his blood” (Acts 20:28).
On September 19, 2016 we delivered to Your Holiness and to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith five dubia, asking You to resolve uncertainties and to bring clarity on some points of the post-synodal Apostolic Exhortation, Amoris Laetitia.
Not having received any response from Your Holiness, we have reached the decision to ask You, respectfully and humbly, for an Audience, together if Your Holiness would like. We attach, as is the practice, an Audience Sheet in which we present the two points we wish to discuss with you.
Most Holy Father,
A year has now gone by since the publication of Amoris Laetitia. During this time, interpretations of some objectively ambiguous passages of the post-synodal Exhortation have publicly been given that are not divergent from, but contrary to, the permanent Magisterium of the Church. Despite the fact that the Prefect of the Doctrine of the Faith has repeatedly declared that the doctrine of the Church has not changed, numerous statements have appeared from individual Bishops, Cardinals, and even Episcopal Conferences, approving what the Magisterium of the Church has never approved. Not only access to the Holy Eucharist for those who objectively and publicly live in a situation of grave sin, and intend to remain in it, but also a conception of moral conscience contrary to the Tradition of the Church. And so it is happening — how painful it is to see this! — that what is sin in Poland is good in Germany, that what is prohibited in the archdiocese of Philadelphia is permitted in Malta. And so on. One is reminded of the bitter observation of B. Pascal: “Justice on this side of the Pyrenees, injustice on the other; justice on the left bank of the river, injustice on the right bank.”
Numerous competent lay faithful, who are deeply in love with the Church and staunchly loyal to the Apostolic See, have turned to their Pastors and to Your Holiness in order to be confirmed in the Holy Doctrine concerning the three sacraments of Marriage, Confession, and the Eucharist. And in these very days, in Rome, six lay faithful, from every Continent, have presented a very well-attended study seminar with the meaningful title: “Bringing clarity.”
Faced with this grave situation, in which many Christian communities are being divided, we feel the weight of our responsibility, and our conscience impels us to ask humbly and respectfully for an Audience.
May Your Holiness remember us in Your prayers, as we pledge to remember You in ours. And we ask for the gift of Your Apostolic Blessing.
Carlo Card. Caffarra
Rome, April 25, 2017
Feast of Saint Mark the Evangelist
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AUDIENCE SHEET
1. Request for clarification of the five points indicated by the dubia; reasons for this request.
2. Situation of confusion and disorientation, especially among pastors of souls, in primis parish priests.”
sources:  English translation — Edward Pentin, Full Text of Dubia Cardinals’ Letter Asking Pope for an Audience & Portuguese original — Sandro Magister, "A nossa consciência força-nos…"


 Who do these guys think they are?

Another personal video from Francis


This time to the Bishop of Gozo in Malta, Mario Grech, on the occasion of the inauguration of the mosaics of the Sanctuary of the Virgin of Ta 'Pinu.
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Dear pilgrims,

I accept with joy the invitation to greet all of you who are today assembled at the Shrine of the Virgin of Ta 'Pinu, where a great embrace of mosaics awaits Jesus and his Mother.

The image of the churchyard, which today is inaugurated, lays before our eyes the beauty of a simple contemplative prayer, accessible to all, great and small: the prayer of the holy Rosary. I too often used the Rosary in front of a mosaic: a small mosaic of Our Lady with the Child, where Mary appears in the centre, while in reality, using her hands, she becomes a kind of ladder through which Jesus can descend in the midst of us. The centre is always Jesus, who lowers himself to walk with us men so that we can ascend into Heaven with Him.

In the Rosary prayer we turn to the Virgin Mary to bring us closer to her Son Jesus, to know him and to love him more and more. And while we repeat "Hail Mary," we meditate on the mysteries, the Joyful, luminous, sorrowful and glorious stages of Christ's life, but also of our lives: for we walk with the Lord. This simple prayer, in fact, helps us to contemplate all that God has done for us and for our salvation in his love, and makes us understand that our life is united to that of Christ. In prayer, we are giving everything to God: fatigue, hurt, fears, but also joys, gifts, people ... all to God. By praying, we allow God to enter into our time, to accept and transfigure all that we live. This powerful prayer of the Holy Rosary serves us often because it brings peace to hearts, to families, to the Church, and to the world.

And, please do not forget to pray for me. May the Lord bless you and the Virgin Mother protect you.