The archives of the Roman Catholic Church are ‘bursting-at-the-seams’ with documents which point to transgressions and heresy—including those that affect the legitimacy of a pope. See, Pope Paul IV’s Papal Bull, Cum ex Apostolatatus Officio and 1917 Code of Canon Law listed under: Can an excommunicated Catholic excommunicate a Catholic?
The act of honoring a Pope who has publically supported homosexual civil unions, as has “Pope” Francis so done when he was a “Cardinal”, is an obvious extreme transgression, especially so when the honoring took place at a Pontifical Catholic University. (See photo below).
Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio honoring liberal Rabbi Abraham Skorka, supporter of homosexual unions, at the 50th Anniversary of the opening of Vatican II, Oct. 11, 2012. Catholic University of Argentina. (http://romancatholicworld.wordpress.com)
Ex “Pope” Benedict XVI is an expert on Canon Law, Church history and papal teachings—including ex cathedra. On October 11, 2012, while Benedict XVI was “Pope”, “Cardinal” Bergoglio, now “Pope”, honored the supporter of homosexual unions, Rabbi Abraham Shorka.
Benedict XVI did not chastise “Cardinal” Bergoglio for his un-Catholic action and took no action to disqualify Bergoglio for candidacy for the papacy as required by Canon Law. What was Benedict XVI’s rational? Did he agree with Bergoglio’s “footsy” playing with a supporter of homosexual unions, or was it some other “off-the-record” reason?
How is it that a “Pope” who honored a “Cardinal” (now a “Pope”) who honored a Jewish Rabbi that publically supports homosexual unions, qualifies to become a Pope? What papal teaching spoken ex cathedra allows this? What Code of Canon Law permits this? Where, in the history of the Catholic Church has this been allowed? Where in Scripture has this been permitted?
Yet in spite of these prohibitions, this two-headed imposter papacy--the heretic “Pope” that fired himself and the modernist “Pope” that turned his back on the throne of Peter--find it religiously correct to condone “Sodom and Gomorrah” style marriages.
An ABC article in 2010 reports Benedict XVI saying: “that the use of condoms might be morally acceptable in some cases to prevent the spread of HIV, but not to avoid pregnancy”. The Guardian reports: “…he (Bergoglio) takes a slightly more pragmatic view on contraception, believing that it can be permissible to prevent the spread of disease”, duh!
(Geneses 38:8-10) and the perpetual teaching of the pre-Vatican II Catholic Church condemns contraception, PERIOD.
Pray the Rosary, wear the Brown Scapular, and pray for the conversion of Jorge Mario Bergoglio.