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Prayer Needed: Is the Reason as Viganò said Francis "Lie[d]... about McCarrick"; & has Lied for Six Years is because he may be Afraid of Punishment Now more than Eternally?

Updated: May 28, 2019 Today, on LifeSiteNews, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò said "What the Pope said... is a lie... about McCarrick." In OnePeterFive, on April 4, 2019, renowned historian Roberto De Mattei said the "Francis Pontificate: Six Years of 'Hypocrisy and Lies.'" The famous psychologist Paul Ekman, named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine, wrote: "My data [shows]... To avoid being punished. This is the most frequently mentioned motivation for telling lies." (, "Why do People Lie? 9 Motivates for telling Lies," September 26, 2018) Francis should go to confession because he appears to fear the punishment of public humiliation now more than eternal punishment. It appears that we may need to pray that he goes to confession to be absolved of his sins against the Eighth Commandment with a firm purpose of amendment not to sin anymore or as in the post "Catholi

Fr. Z Flashback: Cdl. Burke Fired & "God Repeals Law of Non-contradiction" that is Reality for Pope Francis

Good comments on Card. Burke and on a serious translation error Posted on 10 November 2014 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf : I had intended to write today about the translation error in the English version of the recent Synod’s final document.  However, over at The Catholic Thing, Robert Royal covers the issue well and says many of the same things I had intended to say, and he does so masterfully. I urge you to read his piece. Royal also comments on the demotion of Card. Burke, saying: There’s a double sadness here. Pope Francis clearly approved these moves – whether they were instigated by him personally or by advisers he listens to. But it’s precisely voices like Burke’s that he needs to keep around . He’s already hearing plenty from often unreliable counselors like Cardinals Maradiaga, Marx, and Kasper. The last in particular seems more and more incoherent as he tries to explain precisely why marriage is indissoluble and yet those in a second sexual relationsh

Are Pope Francis’s Unofficial Spokesman and Inner Circle like Bill Clinton Denying "There Is an Is"?

Fred Martinez Hide To Fred Martinez Cc Bcc Slideshow One of Pope Francis’s “unofficial spokespeople”   made a Bill Clinton-like it depends on the meaning of "is" statement on homosexual predator McCarrick. Francis's unofficial spokesman Andrea Tornielli, on September 14 in an article for La Stampa's Vatican Insider , proclaimed:  "McCarrick did not have homosexual relations." [ ] Francis's unofficial spokesman appears to be saying that McCarrick "did not have sexual relations" with victims in the same way Clinton said he "did not have sexual relations" with a 22-year-old White House intern: "The Clinton–Lewinsky scandal was an American political sex scandal that invol