Is ‘The Dictator Pope’ Sex-Obsessed?

Extracts below, from report on Lifesitenews, which we recommend you read in full here

June 6, 2018 (One Peter Five) – It is a story that reads like a passage from The Dictator Pope: Pope Francis recently accepted the age-related resignation of Héctor Aguer, the Archbishop of La Plata, Argentina – the capital city of the Buenos Aires province – and will replace him with his close confidant and ghostwriter, Archbishop Víctor Manuel “Tucho” Fernández. Not only did the pope accept the resignation of Archbishop Aguer within just a few days of its mandatory submission, he also ordered him, through the nunciature, to immediately leave the diocese and not to remain there for his retirement…

This stern method of operation reveals, in the eyes of the writer of the Wanderer post, an “unveiled revenge and manifestation of the lack not only of Christian but also human virtues, and even of the most elemental chivalry” as it is shown by Pope Francis. The article continues, saying that Mons. Aguer “had a good reputation and he was appreciated by most of the Argentine faithful, as well, because of the clarity with which he said things and because of his courage in defending the Gospel.” Moreover, he was especially clear with regard to the problem of abortion. (See here a CNA report which shows his impressive language and resistance in 2007.) In fact, even his final homily on June 2nd was dedicated in large part to admonishing those considering voting in support of legalization of elective abortion in Argentina later this month. Only at the very end of his sermon did he reveal that the Holy See had informed him this Corpus Christi homily was to be his “farewell” to the people he had served for so long.

“Heal Me With Your Mouth – The Art of Kissing” is a book that was authored by the new Archbishop of La Plata, Argentina: Víctor Manuel Fernández in 1995.  

The report from the Wanderer continues: “In the midst of the debate over abortion, Aguer’s voice had been particularly clear, and Catholics who are fighting a good battle found true leadership in him.” In a piercing conclusion, the author wonders if this “silver bullet” – removing Archbishop Aguer only to replace him with a direct agent of the Bergoglian “reform” who will undo much of his predecessor’s work – will backfire on Francis himself: “To remove him in such a humiliating way will cause many of those faithful to wind up understanding who Bergoglio really is.”

Subsequently, the Wanderer blog presents much about the background of Archbishop Fernández and his personal history in Argentina, based on eyewitness accounts. The author alleges that Fernández is known for being a careerist willing to advance his own position at the expense of his peers. Most importantly, the blog says that Fernández has a large influence over Pope Francis’ teaching, to include his Apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia. Sandro Magister’s work exposing that several passages of AL are essentially plagiarisms of Fernández’ own earlier writings are referenced on this point.

Not mentioned – but very significant to this story – is the fact that these writings of Fernández that were later transformed, in part, into Amoris Laetitia, were the same ones that got him in trouble with the conservative Argentinian bishops in the first place. As Sandro Magister reported in May of 2016, “they actually gave cause to the Congregation for Catholic Education to block his candidacy for the position of rector of the Universidad Católica Argentina.”

It is with this understanding that one can begin to see why suspicions of revenge are on the lips of some Argentinian Catholics. The cleric who was opposed for his unorthodox positions has not only seen them included in the seminal work of a pope – but has now been promoted and placed by that same pope in the position of one of his most noteworthy opponents.

Also highlighted by the Wanderer is Fernández’ 1995 book, Heal Me With Your Mouth – The Art of Kissing, a text well-known to critics of Fernández. Perhaps even more shockingly, the blog quotes from an article written by Fernández shortly after the papal election of Bergoglio, in which, while seeking to defend the new pope, Fernández uses vulgar phrases such as “let’s not f*** [around]” (“No jodamos”) and “sh**,” saying, for example, that “Bergoglio did not sh** anyone” (“Bergoglio no cagó a nadie”). [We are sorry to have to use such words here, but they are very revealing of the mind and recklessness of this prelate who was made an archbishop only two months after Bergoglio became a pope.] This was Fernández’ attempt at painting a sympathetic portrait of Bergoglio, saying that with him there is now a chance “to bring Christ back into the center of the Church.”  End of Extracts – Read entire report here

Comment:

Hardly surprising that Pope Francis didn’t bother to issue a statement exhorting Catholics to vote NO in the recent abortion referendum in Ireland, when he makes short work of an archbishop who “was especially clear with regard to the problem of abortion.”  We’ve never been convinced by Francis ramblings about “mercy” –  he’s anything but merciful in his treatment of those he clearly considers to be enemies. And that’s where mercy counts.  To rub salt in the wound, he appoints as Aguer’s successor, the author of a book on “Kissing” – what kind of Pope would DO that? A pope more in the mould of sex addict Bill Clinton than Saint Pius X?   

72 responses

  1. Editor,

    Here’s a little mathematical proof to answer the headline question:

    1. The Jesuits are sex-obsessed: true (see below).
    2. Pope Francis is a Jesuit: true.
    3. Therefore, Pope Francis is sex-obsessed. Q.E.D.

    And what kind of a Pope would treat a faithful Archbishop this way? A Pope who has the same personality type as Richard Nixon, who kept an “enemies list” during his White House tenure. I am sure the vindictive Francis has the same sort of list, and that it is probably longer than Nixon’s was.

    As for the Jesuits, I have long wondered whether they have degenerated so far as to become nothing but a private homosexual club. Witness the yet-to-be-disciplined Fr. James Martin trotting around the globe promoting the “joys” of perversion, sickness and self-destruction. “Joys,” as in Amoris Laetitia….

    • RCA Victor,

      I thought long and hard before publishing that headline. I know we’ve had people on here in the past challenging my headlines (never any other headlines, note, whether religious outlets or secular, but Catholic Truth is always good for a kicking).

      Anyway, this time, although I’d spent a good while deliberating about the headline, re-reading the report from LifeSiteNews etc, thinking hard, as soon as I pressed the “publish” button, I began to have second thoughts. Then I went out to keep my various appointments.

      Driving, thinking, going over it all I began (metaphorically) to sing the old song “No…No regrets!” Indeed, the more I think of this priest writing this filth, the more I wish I’d spent longer working on a truly horrendous headline – the above seems tame now. I’m turning into a rebel in my old(er)! age!

      A short while ago, I set about searching on Amazon for the “Kissing” book and it’s not there. My search, however, led me to an horrendous discovery – the book is available to read online for free, and I took a few minutes to skim down the contents. Truly evil. Evil beyond belief. The images fit the book title, as you would expect, but note, this priest-author, insists he is not writing from personal experience but from conversations and books (just imagine) – like we’re supposed to think he’s a truly celibate priest, pure as the driven snow. Hmmm. Take a look at this gem, straight from the lips of the ‘kissing priest’:

      Beyond seeking what the poets say, I wanted to ask on the street what they think about the kiss. So I went to bars, colleges, businesses, in order to ask young people about what they knew to say about kissing. I collected varied opinions about what a kiss means for them, about the different ways of kissing, etc. Some of them showed much interest in the subject and wrote very beautiful things; others simply summarized everything in a phrase; others taught me practical things. In total, the survey covered about a thousand people, but I only write down a few opinions… [I’m not copying the opinions – I’m sparing you that]

      Bars. Colleges. Businesses. To talk about ‘kissing’ … does this qualify as the Father’s business?

      This is a sensual man, a man who is living in the gutter. Recall that prior to That Council, the Church taught that romantic kissing was to be reserved exclusively for marriage. Now, there’s a good chance that Catholics were not entirely faithful to that, but that doesn’t mean the teaching did not have merit – and its value now is in throwing this priest’s impure mind and sensual existence into sharp relief, and the same goes for the Pope.

      The book is disgusting – a glance at the table of contents and a skim down to see the images, with the above extract thrown in for good measure, suffices to show that this newly appointed archbishop should be in a monastery somewhere doing penance, not celebrating his promotion. Pope Francis has just elevated himself to the position of being even worse than I’d ever imagined, for placing this seedy prelate in charge of souls in an archdiocese previously blessed with a faithful bishop. Hasn’t the Pope heard the warning about ‘heaping coals of fire’ on one’s head?

      It’s at times like this, when the truth is so patently obvious, the scandal so great, that I wish we had a troll of two, so that I could destroy them for seeking to defend the indefensible…

      That said, I was chatting to a reader of this blog today who said she was thoroughly tired of our recent troll and he’d put her off reading the blog. Relieved that he’s now been sent packing.

      If only I had the same power to make Archbishop Víctor Manuel “Tucho” Fernández disappear. Well, a gal can dream, can’t she?

      • Editor,

        More on your post down below (2:31 AM), but just wanted to say that like your blog reader, I too was getting thoroughly disgusted with the most recent troll. However, I avoided engaging him, which I thought was an exercise in futility, and I also understood that it was better to give him rope to hang himself than to just kick him off the blog.

        The self-hanging process is much slower, granted, but also avoids accusations that this blog has an instant zero tolerance policy towards dissenters and others of their ilk. As in:

        • RCA Victor,

          You got it in one! I guessed early on that he would have to go, but it IS true that – at least in their early stages and on certain topics – they afford us a chance to educate others equally ignorant or confused. It’s when we get to the going round in circles stage + 1, that it’s time to act. So, thank you for your understanding – and wisdom in standing aside. I prefer that to exhortations to remove trolls (prohibited in our House Rules). I do sometimes give these nuts too much rope, I admit, but – for the reason you give – it’s preferable to inviting endless accusations of zero tolerance of dissenters.

          Love your cartoon – tried to find one about ‘ten strikes and yer out’ but no luck, Thought this was fun, though – nothing to do with the topic, but, hey, a laugh’s a laugh …

        • We cannot live in a democracy when the electorate of any country is usurped by a seditious group of SELF APPOINTED ‘Leaders in THOUGHT’.

          We are now living in an Illusion, a construct….bread and circuses (Love Island, Celebrity Big Brother, the World Cup etc) and while we vote anyone or any party in, it makes no difference, as this shower are the puppeteers, ditto the International Monetary Fund as in Italy.

          We live in a society ran by and for the benefit of kleptomaniacs.

          Even abortion nowadays is a BUSINESS….,never mind the morality, it is a big earner for certain people and they will guard their ‘business enterprise’ like a lioness will guard her cubs.

  2. This is absolutely sickening. Pope Francis has been the first pope to undermine Catholic morality. First they went for the liturgy, then the theology and now the morality. I really do wonder about Pope Francis.

    • We have Pope Benedict to thank for all of this….he deserted his post, he is still alive…no one asked him to be nailed to a cross upside down…all he had to do was stick out the job…surely he could have done that….he is not dead and apparently in reasonable health.

  3. Google ‘Bilderbergers’…this is the super elite group of top bananas who run the world. Meeting this year in Turin…Henry Kissinger and Mark Carney, Michael O’Leary of Ryanair and George Osborne…now we have the Cardinal Secretary of State Parolin at this…the minutes are SECRET…Chatham House rules.All the top movers and shakers in business,banking and politics (so much for democracy)…so WHY is the Vatican all of a sudden being represented?

    I am sure RCAVictor can fill us in on this stuff.

  4. Francis was from the Beginning a False Prophet and a few on here have said that as soon as they first saw him on the Balcony in St Peters Square they felt that this man talked with forked tongue.Also as regards his Sexuality I think he also showed that up by his Adoration of Mr Luther whom he seems to be much closer to than St Peter . To tell you the Truth the silence on Ireland didn’t really surprise many of us on here as he was just following his Master Mr Soros. Wow to these Men of The Church in Ireland who have taken Soros 30 Pieces of Silver. I wouldn’t want to be one of them for ALL THE MONEY in THE WORLD and I mean that . Am not a great sleeper but when the Grim Reaper comes for this Mob there most certainly will be plenty of Grinding and Gnashing of teeth . How they can lay their heads upon a pillow having sold their Souls the Devil only knows.

    • Because the fulfil to a T the clinical condition of psychopaths…no conscience or remorse or even sympathy or empathy.

      Psychopaths and sociopaths will find their niche somewhere, captains of industry, politicians or in the CHURCHES.

      The lure of prestige, power, VIP status, money, fame, admiration, tv,press, starring in (their own) FILMS..audience adoration, over dressing, riches, banquets, world travel.

      We are all being taken for a ride.

      The Bilderberg conferences are about the New World Order.

      Looks like the Catholic Church is about to be re-ordered (or denatured), take your pick.

      Humanae Vitae is about to be unpicked.

      Abortion and Euthanasia is coming down the pipe…just watch.

      Will the Pope boycott the Irish visit..? No chance.

      Will he CHASTISE the Irish Catholics or even the Hierarchy….not a snowballs’s chance in Hell.

      It is asbestos suitcases this mob will need where they are going !!

      • Also Cardinal Parolin was at the World Economic Forum at Davos…this is the convergence of the Vatican with the New World Order, Globalisation and Climate (which spins in to overpopulation)…

        Remember this CARDINAL and the Knights of Malta situation.

        This is the second most powerful man in the Vatican.

          • Yep and previously Cardinal Hume of Westminster tried to pooh pooh the idea that Freemasonry was a sin !
            So lots of English joined up to be later told by JPII that it was a sin to be a member, but too late!….

  5. I am wondering how Francis became so deft at abusing power, going from a shabby banana republic archdiocese to the Vicar of Christ. Is it his advisers who are dictating the agenda and plotting his moves?

    The end result is that he’s turned the entire Church into a banana republic with a bolshevik modus operandi.

  6. Editor,

    I think your headline has much broader ramifications than just the Pope’s disordered personality. It is, in fact, the leftists (aka liberals, socialists, communists, globalists, progressives, environmental wackos, LGBTs, anarchists, atheists….did I leave anyone out?) who are obsessed with sex, since they – esp. the LBGTs – define themselves, literally, according to their sexual preferences.

    So I think it is fair and accurate to say that the entire leftist school of “thought” – of which Francis is a major mouthpiece – is obsessed with sex. But three other interesting things about this:

    1. These people have deceived themselves into thinking that they are “liberated” from old taboos, old morality, old religion, old customs and traditions – when in fact they have merely enslaved themselves to their debased passions.

    2. The typical leftist PR offensive, to avoid facing themselves in the mirror, is to turn around and accuse the Catholic Church of being obsessed with sex, when in fact the Church teaches the complete opposite: that we must detach from and overcome our passions in order to know, love and serve God. In other words, when the Church tries to elevate people above their passions, the Church gets accused of being obsessed with sex!

    3. The primary behavioral hallmark of the homosexual is addiction to (disordered) sex, so I would hazard an educated guess that this papacy, and the corrupt guttersnipes who populate it, is further proof that the Lavender Mafia has now become a dominant presence in the hierarchy.

    • RCA Victor,

      I totally agree – you have hit so many nails on so many heads there. I would only add that, not only has the ‘Lavender Mafia’ (and other debauched individuals) become a dominant presence in the hierarchy, but they are becoming ever more brazen in their public display of impurity through to obscenity as illustrated by the ‘kissing priest’ – God help the faithful Catholics in the archdiocese of which he is now head. What kind of evil will they read and hear now, with such a man leading the archdiocese. And can you imagine the nature of the private conversations between this archbishop and his priests, especially priests of the same ilk? Don’t!

      • Madame Editor,
        Amongst all the suggestions to follow this link or that link. Amongst all the fears and the worries about what the Pope and his cohorts might do next. Amongst all the posts inviting us to tear out our hair. Amongst all these things, let us remember two bulwarks that should help us to retain our sanity: Firstly “God is not mocked” and secondly “In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph.”
        God bless us all.

      • And pray where is Capozzi? Compare the ‘run out of town’ that happened when any priest speaks out in the UK.

        It is demonic possession

      • Editor,

        Yes, Toronto Catholic Witness was all over that, and that Capozzi character, after it broke. He was wanted in Canada for, I believe, child pornography….

    • John,

      Where are they? In the same place where the twelve apostles took refuge after Our Lord’s arrest … in cowardly hiding. that’s where.

  7. To answer the headline question – YES! Pope Francis is definitely “sex-obsessed” and that comes across in loads of things he’s said and done, his scandalous Amoris Laetitia being most notable. Instead of calling for restraint and sexual abstinence, he calls for those in adulterous relationships to be allowed to get on with their lives and go to Communion, no problem.

    He’s a total disgrace. I cannot think of a single good thing he’s done as pope and the more I hear about him when he was an archbishop in Argentina, the less I like him. Allowing the SSPX to have passports when the Government questioned their membership of the Church and he said “they are Catholics” is, literally, the only good thing I can think of about him the whole time he’s been pope.

    I do pray for him every day, though, I feel no hatred for him, just for what he’s doing to the Church.

    • Again the passport caper..it was the least he could have done! How could they NOT be Catholics?….we the long suffering Catholics praise and lionise a prelate when they do the LEAST they are expected to do within their remit. Again we praise ProLife priests and Bishops…which is ludicrous.

      • St Miguel,

        Far from “lionising” Pope Francis, all Lily said was that the passports “caper” as you call it, was the ONLY good thing she could think of saying about him the whole time he’s been pope – she seems to have forgotten that he did that “passport caper” when he was an Archbishop in Argentina! Still, we can take her point.

        We have to be grateful for small mercies and right now it would be good to have more priests and bishops speaking out for the unborn child – precisely because it’s a very basic issue. For that very reason, it is worrying that there is such a loud silence from the clergy and hierarchy on the issue of life from natural conception until death.

        • When I said Prelate, I will be more specific Editor. When we lionise Prelates like Cardinal Burke as an example,for doing (or was doing, or meant to do and lost his bottle, viz the ‘Dubia’) for carrying out their job description it is becoming insane as in a Monty Python episode…We now expect so little from our Shepherds, it is no wonder we are where we are today,(which has been socially and culturally massaged anyway).

          1984 by George Orwell was a novel it is now an instruction manual.

          We have George Soros pulling the strings to the point that he is now financing another Brexit Referendum. There is no free speech, there is no WILL of the electorate and so it goes on.Seems the biggest vote sway in Ireland was by the uncatechised 18-24 year olds.
          We all know that Catholic schools are in name only and NOTHING is being taught.

          The school chaplains are a joke and they know how their ‘gaffers’ (aka ‘Bishops’) operate and know they are on safe ground.

          And yet when one of them does something which is in their job description, or they are true to their vocation we seem enthralled. It’s a funny olde worlde !

          • St Miguel,

            Nobody HERE is enthralled when a bishop or priest does the right thing. We’ve been saying this for many years now, so – with respect – your observation isn’t exactly a lightning strike from Heaven. Go to our newsletter page on the website and read through as many editions of our newsletter as you possibly can, and count how often I’ve said exactly this in my humble editorials.

            Granny eggs teaching suck – ring any bells?

            • OK~ point taken. I had high hopes about that Dubia as well, now it seems to have faded in to oblivion, thus enboldening the current movers and shakers in the Eternal City.

              • St Miguel,

                I share your pain.. Honest! We’re all frustrated at the apparently never-ending string of scandals and no sign of any prelates with backbone. Just try not to let it get you depressed – that’s the devil at work. Know that the Immaculate Heart of Mary will triumph in the end – and keep the heid! Next time you feel that pain getting to you, remember this wee joke… [even if you’re a tea drinker!]

            • Madame Editor,
              In response to your rib-tickling cartoon, I asked Mrs Leprechaun if it were true that a man could not ask a woman a question without her asking another one in reply. Her response? “Who told you that?”
              Try asking the Pope a question and see if you can get an unambiguous response.

  8. I don’t think I’ve ever heard anything so absolutely disgusting as that priest writing that filthy book.

    If he’s one of the Pope’s top advisers, no wonder the Church is in such a bad way and the Pope is the worst ever.

    “Sex-obsessed” is no exaggeration. I am appalled.

    • St Miguel,

      I think the scandal of Fr James Martin being invited to be keynote speaker at the Irish World Meeting of Families has been reported elsewhere on the blog but does no harm to report it again and again and again – maybe, just maybe, a few more of those STILL, despite the mountain of evidence, unable or unwilling to see the truth of this scandalous pontificate will begin to rethink their papolatry. Just maybe.

      • Does anyone on the blog know what James Martin SJ (he seems to revel in the SJ post-nominals !) views on ABORTION are?

        I am sick to the back teeth on how certain topics are hammered in to the ground, immigration, the poor, the this, that and the next and seemingly scant record to the biggest, vilest crime in the history of the human race.

        • St Miguel,

          If Fr Martin doesn’t accept the moral law on unnatural sexual activity, he’s not likely to accept it on life from conception, IMHO.

  9. Speaking of sex-obsessed, there is one prominent blogger – who shall remain unnamed because she is a sedevacantist – who has made numerous insinuations that Pope Francis is a homosexual. I’ve not seen that verified, but given the nature of homosexuality (i.e. narcissistic sex-addiction), it wouldn’t surprise me a bit.

    • RCA Victor,

      That’s interesting. I’m guessing the initials of said “prominent blogger” are “H W”?

      As for her “insinuations” – really irrelevant at this stage. How can the worst pope in history, as evidenced by his scurrilous attempts to change dogma and morals, promote dissenters and punish “traditionalists” – how can he be any worse?

      • Editor,

        Good guess, but the blogger I referred to is “A.B.” How can Francis be any worse? Well, as long as he is disgracing the Chair of Peter, things are going to keep getting worse….

        • RCA Victor,

          I know who you mean – thank you for that clarification.

          Yes, I see what you mean about “getting worse” – I tend to think we’re already in the depths, and are now suffering the “same old, same old” but, fair enough, “same old” IS “getting worse”, in a sense.

      • Editor,

        Double WOW! The other one being that Pope Francis actually acknowledges the existence of Satan! I’m so shocked, I’d better go lie down….

    • St Miguel,

      He won’t be on record about abortion because all he seems to think about is gay rights but I think it’s a given that he would be for the “woman’s right to choose” IMHO.

      • Thought this may be of interest :- Putin making the sign of the cross,versus Pope who will not kneel in front of the Blessed Sacrament.

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