Papal Visit To Ireland: Write Your Own Open Letter To Pope Francis…

Open Letter to Pope Francis…

I am shocked beyond words at your silence during the abortion referendum in Ireland. A small group of us, Scots, went over to Dublin in order to help save the lives of the unborn babies at risk of being killed if a YES vote resulted so we remain in shock that the Pope himself remained silent throughout and yet plans to visit Ireland to attend a meeting ostensibly about “family” despite the fact that a keynote speaker is an LGBT-Z activist priest. We were treated appallingly by the majority of the Irish people whom we encountered on our visit – nasty and completely sold to the values of this world. YOU encouraged that by your silence.

You are easily the worst-ever pope in the history of the Church and a future pope and Council will denounce you as it denounced Honorius I. Think of the book titles, the headlines: From Honorius I to Francis I. Roll on!

Used to be that the jibe “is the Pope Catholic” was a joke. No more. Your alleged Catholicity is now the joke. So, enjoy your visit to Ireland, enjoy the World Meeting of Families – just don’t try to pass the event off as “Catholic”.

With no condemnation (however belatedly) of the shocking pro-abortion vote, and your willingness to share a platform with a priest who will present, as a good, one of the four sins that cry to Heaven for vengeance, your presence at this event can only serve to further attack the teaching of Christ’s Church.

You, Papa Francis, are about as Catholic as the nearest Imam.

Signed… Editor, Catholic Truth

Comment:

Click here to send YOUR open letter, albeit short and to the point, to Pope Francis via the Irish Times, ahead of his visit to Ireland later this month. And then feel free to copy it onto the blog and/or share your thoughts about the forthcoming World Meeting of Families.  

32 responses

  1. DaleThorn & Crofterlady,

    Brilliant! The more such letters that are sent to the Godless Irish Times, the better. Even if the Pope never sees them, the anti-Catholic Irish Times staff will read them and that makes it worth while.

  2. Dear “Dictator Pope”:

    Your pontificate has the distinction of being the sleaziest and most corrupt in the history of the Church. You have surrounded yourself with homosexuals and crooks, you seem to think you can change the Divine truths of Church teaching at a sophistical whim, and your disgrace of a papacy is merely a mouthpiece for the subversive globalist agenda of the UN and George Soros. I am not surprised, therefore, that you remained silent regarding the abortion referendum in Ireland, since you have already described faithful Catholics with large families as “breeding like rabbits.” Your recent laughable pronouncement on the death penalty as “inadmissible,” while you say nothing about the death sentence pronounced on babies in the womb, is just further proof of your execrable hypocrisy. I am ashamed to call you my Pope.

    • RCA Victor,

      You’re a hard man… thank God – we’ve enough wimps in the Church, Lord (literally) knows, so it’s refreshing to read your no-nonsense letter. Well said.

      Over on your side of “The Pond”, a young blog-mistress has posted her own Open Letter to the Bishops of the USA and I found it impressive. I’ve just posted a comment of support so others may like to follow my – as ever – first class example, she said with characteristic (lack of) modesty.
      https://damselofthefaith.wordpress.com/2018/08/11/resign-bishops/comment-page-1/#comment-2669

      • Editor,

        I have now followed your first-class example, he said, with characteristic obedience…..btw, is that perfect man in the picture wearing Scotch plaid pants?

        • RCA Victor,

          You just can’t resist it, can you – having a go at my homeland… so much unjust stereotyping, as if Scotsmen only wear tartan, as if we’re all mean, as if we’ve no feelings. This ad should go some way to correcting that last slur, surely…

    • Lily,

      I know you’re the wrong gender, but your “letter” reminds me of the old Scots song which contains the line: “yer no a man tae throw a word away…”

      I can’t remember the tune, so don’t ask me to sing it!

  3. I don’t know how to start one of those “hashtags,” but I would like to replace the #meetoo, or whatever it is, with “#resignandbeprosecuted.” Referring, that is, to the internal enemies of the Church who are wearing mitres and scarlet birettas…which conceal lavender underwear…

  4. Dear Pope Francis

    We have had some very bad popes in history, and not a few of them in the recent past, but sadly you have the distinction of coming top of the very worst. You have insulted Christ, and you continue almost on a daily basis to do so, by your association with, protection and promotion of predatory homosexual clergy, the financial shenanigans of which the Vatican is now a by-word, and your contempt and persecution of those few Catholics who continue to defend His Church. The fact that you have goaded people like myself, who were brought up to revere and respect the office of Holy Father, is not the least of the scandals you continue to create or excuse. I respectfully beg you to remember the judgement we must all face when we have to answer to God for our sins.

  5. I was thinking this morning about how some aspects of Our Lord’s Passion are being replicated in the Passion of His Mystical Body, which, however, is occurring over a much longer period of time (i.e. since at least 1960).

    For example, the precipitating event of His Passion was the kiss of Judas, the betrayer. What might be the replication of this in the current Church? Well, we have Francis’ crony, Abp. Victor Manuel Fernández and his book “Heal Me With Your Mouth: The Art of Kissing.” His scandalous authorship of this book came to light a couple of years ago, I believe, but I think it could be a reliable indicator of the great apostasy, the minor chastisement, and the corporate betrayal which we are experiencing.

    Has the Church, since the existence of that book became known, been arrested and brought to trial? Perhaps that will be the result of this renewed homosexual scandal. In other words, I fear we are nowhere near the denouement.

    • RCA Victor,

      Every time I think of that disgusting book, I feel… disgusted.

      How can it be judgmental to suggest that that archbishop is wanting in the virtue of purity? It screams out from that book cover.

      Increasingly, I’m hearing calls for this and that organisation (latest, the AID charities) to be prosecuted simply because those at the top must have known about the abuse perpetrated by their AID workers.

      Do you see where I’m going with this thought… Rhetorical question.

  6. Pope Francis,

    As a child of Irish Catholic parents I grew up knowing the hymn whose chorus is : “God bless our Pope, the great, the good.” I could not sing that now. Your papacy has been a huge disappointment , a scandal even, with your dubious take on the traditional teaching of the church as in the Amoris Laetitia encyclical, and your refusal to respond to the courageous dubia from the few faithful cardinals.
    Add to that your shameful silence in the face of the Irish referendum on abortion and the moves towards so called gay marriage.
    Now you are coming to Ireland. Well you are several months too late. You should have been there several months ago to make a stand against the murder of the unborn and to behave like the teacher and shepherd you are supposed to be.
    Shame on you Pope Francis and may God forgive you.

    • Elizabeth,

      First class letter.

      I, too, remember singing, with pride, the hymn “God bless our Pope…” It would choke me, now, the “great, the good” bit, although I’m not denying that Papa Francis, more than any other pope in history, needs our prayers, whether spoken or sung.

  7. Fr Rosica, one of Francis’ tiresome stooges, has written an astonishing article claiming the Church has now moved beyond the influence of both scripture and tradition – which are described as “disordered attachments” – and is now “openly ruled by an individual”.

    Pope Francis breaks Catholic traditions whenever he wants, because he is “free from disordered attachments.” Our Church has indeed entered a new phase: with the advent of this first Jesuit pope, it is openly ruled by an individual rather than by the authority of Scripture alone or even its own dictates of tradition plus Scripture

    https://rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/2018/08/member-of-francis-inner-circle-in.html#more

    And so my letter to Francis is short, if not sweet:

    “Dear Francis,

    Sling yer hook!

    Regards
    Gabriel Syme”

    • Gabriel Syme,

      That is incredible from Fr Rosica. The Rorate article is very good, quoting the key teachings about the pope’s authority which can never go “beyond scripture and tradition”. This is just astonishing – things are getting quickly worse.

      Love your letter, LOL!

    • RCA Victor,

      Very interesting indeed. I had lunch with a novus ordo friend yesterday and she, firstly, didn’t know anything about this Catechism change and secondly thought it a good thing, since she’s never believed in the death penalty, not even for the worst crimes. I wish I’d had this nugget to hand from that article to quote:

      “The notion that it is immoral to execute any murderer — no matter how heinous the murder, no matter how many innocents he has murdered, no matter how incontrovertible the proof of guilt — is an expression of emotion, not of reason or natural law or Christian theology or biblical theology.”

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