At least according to the “conservative” Catholic Bishops and pundits who have been enthusiastically declaring victory, and hoping you do not read Bergoglio’s post Amazon Synod “apostolic” exhortation he released today, entitled Querida Amazonia, which you can find here.
The premature victory cries this morning were due to folks claiming that Bergoglio decided not to approve marriage for priests, or female deacons. Of course, he did no such thing. He simply decided not to approve it in the document. But more about that in a minute.
Suppose briefly that they are correct. Did they actually read the thing? Catholics celebrating a “victory” or thinking that we dodged a bullet with Querida Amazonia are the same people who took the priest celibacy bait that I’ve been warning about for two years. It was never about that. It was always about idolatry, Pachamama, and incorporating demons into the Mass. That is all there, ready to be formalized into the new rite that Cardinal Sarah is preparing … while simultaneously distracting you with the priestly celibacy issue.
What kind of victory is married priests (for libs) compared to tricking Catholics into participating in the Abomination of Desolation? A few of those rituals and you won’t even care about priestly celibacy anymore, or much else for that matter.
Nevertheless, there is no victory to claim at all. See Article 2, where he says he is not replacing any of the text of the final synod document:
See also Article 3:
“I have preferred not to cite the Final Document in this Exhortation, because I would encourage everyone to read it in full.” Because he adopts the entire thing.
What’s more, he’s applying it to the entire world, including your sleepy suburban parish. This, of course, is not the point of a synod at all.
Don’t be deceived. He is adopting the entire final synod document, and letting his cancerous “synodal way” handle the issue of married priests and lady “deacons.” But, the issue served its purpose. It allowed people to be distracted from the horrors in the rest of the document.
It starts to get creepy very quickly. Like this “incarnation” language in Article 6. God Himself becomes “incarnate” at every valid mass, as he did 2,000 years ago. But this document isn’t about God’s incarnation at all … it’s about the incarnation of something else entirely.
Article 7 is a hint to the rest of the document: “I dream of Christian communities capable of generous commitment, incarnate in the Amazon region, and giving the Church new faces with Amazonian features.” Read that again. As you’ll see below, he means “giving the Church new faces with Pachamama features.”
To be clear, the face of God, the incarnation of God, is what this man is seeking to replace … with something else.
For purposes of this blog post, I’m skipping past the globalist and communist agenda sections, and focusing only on the liturgical aspects of the document. But, you should read it. It’s all bad.
In Article 68, he talks about new aspects to revelation. There is no “new revelation.” But he apparently intends to pervert the revelation we have into something “new.” Specifically, he seeks to make a new gospel by parsing “categories” of the Gospel out to each culture and excluding what he deems improper with the goal of creating a “new synthesis” that’s more appropriate to the culture. Make no mistake, this is Satan talking. Nothing less.
In Article 70, he again says that the Church must learn from and adopt ancient pagan practices. That the spotless Bride of Christ must learn from the rituals and lore of demon worship, and present a “renewed inculturation of the Gospel.”
In Article 74 he reduces the eucharist to some sort of pantheism, says that God is in everything like the earth worshippers believe & ACTUALLY TELLS YOU THAT A RELATIONSHIP WITH CHRIST ISN’T INCOMPATIBLE WITH PAGANISM.
Let’s be very, very clear here: the man pretending to be pope says that Christianity and paganism are compatible.
In Article 76, he orders bishops to syncretize paganism into the Church so that the poor don’t look for it outside the Church. Sort of like those parents who buy their kids drugs, so at least they do them at home and not somewhere else … Seriously.
In Article 78, he just cuts to the chase and says “don’t condemn paganism.”
In Article 79, he essentially says: “You can incorporate their idols into the mass. Don’t worry, it’s not idolatry if we say it’s not idolatry.” I’m not making this up folks. It’s right in the text.
Continuing on in his descent toward Satanic absurdity, in Article 80, Bergoglio tells us that telling people not to worship demons and commit idolatry makes God seem like “an enemy of joy.” What an evil, evil man he is.
In Article 81 we begin to get what I’ve been warning you about: instructions blatantly to syncretize the liturgy with pantheism, paganism, and idolatry.
Last, in Article 82, Bergoglio signals that the Pachamama “mass” is on its way, and mixes in a dash of eucharistic heresy, while completely ignoring the body and blood of Jesus Christ. It is impossible to overstate the horror of this.
And look at the footnote at the end of that Article … the Pachamama “mass” is coming folks … any minute.
If, after all of that, you still have doubts that Bergoglio’s true goal with this entire synod was to make the church pagan and idolatrous, take a look at the marketing cover for Querida Amazonia … Even their marketing for the abominable document is flaunting the idolatry by putting this picture of the Pachamama sacrifice bowl Archbishop Vigano warned us about on the cover.
That sacrificial bowl ended up on the altar. Next to God.
It’s going to get weird very quickly now, I’m afraid. Stay confessed.
“For all the gods of the Gentiles are devils: but the Lord made the heavens.”