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Petition to President Trump to advocate for the protection of all the elderly, including POPE BENEDICT XVI!

Created by A.B. on January 17, 2020                                 Slideshow Fred Martinez fredmartinez573@gmail.com Hide To Fred Martinez mrtnzfred@aol.com, Fred Martinez fredmartinez573@gmail.com Cc   Bcc   Slideshow   https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/petition-president-trump-advocate-protection-all-elderly-including-pope-benedict-xvi     Sign This Petition Needs 99,875 signatures by February 16, 2020 to get a response from the White House 125 signed 100,000 goal As recent events at the Vatican have shown, the elderly and frail Pope Benedict is being housed in a facility where the man responsible, Archbishop Ganswein, is attacking his collaborators and claiming he did not do or say or approve what he did approve and say and do. We are concerned that this elderly man is being manipulated for political reasons,

Are all Liberals Modernist & many Conservative Catholics Semi-Modernist?

In my opinion, it is obvious that Pope Francis doesn't have even a remnant of Thomism. Nor does he apparently care about being loyal to the infallible Church teachings. He appears to be a Modernist (See: http://catholicmonitor.blogspot.com/2019/05/the-evidence-that-pope-francis-is.html?m=1 ): -"[T]he [Modernist] Blondelian schema holds that justification for the faith is to be found by turning inwards to the personal experience of the human subject. This turn to the subject is characteristic of modern philosophy, from Descartes right up to the Idealism of Kant and Hegel and beyond, and presented a major challenge to the traditional Catholic apologetics... If it were the case that inner experience justified the faith, if each person was to find the proof of God’s existence within their own life, then what would be the basis for the teaching authority of the Church?" - Neo-Modernist AnthonyCarroll  [ https://www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/20090724_1.htm ] "Between

The Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple & Super Bowl Sunday

  A Providential Day http://rosarytotheinterior.com/ This year the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple occurs on what is called Super Bowl Sunday. We ask all readers to give very serious consideration to the following: It is tempting for those of us whose beliefs remain in accord with the Church concerning crucial doctrines and moral teachings to assume the posture of the “remnant” who are faithful to Christ, and therefore hopefully assured of salvation. After all, we can rightly claim that we are guilty of none of these individual mortal sins. And we therefore feel fully justified in pointing our fingers at others – those bad members of the hierarchy, or those Catholics who are in explicit denial of the Catholic Faith and its moral teachings. The question needs to be asked, however, whether there is not a deeper and more all-pervasive adultery to this world existing even among those of us who might consider ours

Francis's Top Advisors don't just Symbolize, but Embody Francis's Sex Abuse Cover-up Hidden Agenda

In 2018, Michael Dougherty in an article for National Review titled "The Case against Pope Francis" revealed that Francis top advisor in doctrinal matters "Archbishop Luis Ladaria Ferrer, was set to stand trial in France for his role in covering-up a child-sex-abuse scandal. Francis made him head of the Vatican's [CDF] doctrinal office, which adjudicates [judges] abuse cases." Maybe even worst, Francis's top advisor, also, is accused of protecting a pedophile priest and says he will not "denounce" pedophiles to the FBI, claims sex abuse journalist whistleblowers are "beasts" and says sex abuse cover-up Cardinal Bernard Law "was a saint." Vatican expert John Allen reports who is the Francis's top advisor and that he "symbolizes" the "Pope Francis era": "Cardinal  Oscar RodrĂ­guez Maradiaga  'symbolizes' the 'Pope Francis era... he comes off as virtually a 'vice-pope,' the coor

Might the Remnant's Matt finally be willing to stop Ignoring the Bishop Gracida Solution?

Could the Remnant editor Michael Matt 's pro-legitimacy bias, that Francis is pope because that's an infallible dogma of the Francis Creed, finally be starting to crack? [Click here to read the Francis Creed: http://catholicmonitor.blogspot.com/2020/01/are-1p5-and-where-peter-is-going-to.html?m=1 ] I know from someone who knows the inner workings of Matt's editorship of the Remnant that he "has not allowed phrases like 'questionably legal'" before in his newspaper or website that appeared in the article "APOSTASY AND OLD LACE: Do We Have an Uncle Benny Brewster in the Attic?". There are a couple more examples in this piece that show Matt's pro-legitimacy bias may be cracking: - " The story is changing rapidly. As we went to post this article today, reports had it that Pope [Emeritus—sorry!] Benedict XVI is demoting his name from co-author to 'contributor' in the new book: From the Depths of Our Hearts." - "... With