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Is Cdl. Tobin Signaling "Correct[ion]," possibly Excommunication, for those who Oppose Gay Bishops Network, Pachamama Idolatry & Communion for Adulterers?

Francis collaborator Cardinal Joseph Tobin after meeting with "the successor of Peter," who according to Crux "declined to investigate" sex abuse charges against homosexual predator Theodore McCarrick, appears to be signaling that the Francis Vatican may be pushing for "correct[ion]," possibly excommunication, of orthodox Catholics who oppose the McCarrick gay bishops network, Pachamama idolatry and Communion for adulterers:

Crux reported:

"Tobin told his brother bishops, they might want to look at "how we might correct those among us who would separate us or separate portions of the Church from the successor of Peter.'"
(Crux, "Cardinal Tobin reportedly declined to investigate McCarrick misconduct rumors," September 2, 2018 and "New Jersey, Pennsylvania bishops spend Thanksgiving with pope," November 29, 2019)

The Catholic News Agency (CNA) reported:

"In the testimony, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano... claims... Tobin's appointment to Newark '[was] orchestrated by McCarrick, Maradiaga and Wuerl.'"
(CNA, "Vigano testimony receives mixed response from US bishops, August 27, 2018)

It appears that Francis collaborator Tobin is a orchestration of the homosexual McCarrick bishops network.

It, also, appears that the McCarrick gay bishops network may be ready to start a persecution of all orthodox Catholics who oppose the McCarrick gay bishops network, Pachamama idolatry and Communion for adulterers which a big part of the agenda of the Francis Vatican.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.


Comments

Anonymous said…
Tobin: "how we might correct those among us who would separate us or separate portions of the Church from the successor of Peter."

He's upping the ante, for sure. But I can't say I mind too much. If he gets his way, I imagine it would only make the division between the Catholic Church and Anti-Church even clearer. In fact, I'd be very surprised if penalties were not coming for the faithful soon. At least then the wheat will be better separated from the chaff, and the lambs from the goats.
BrotherBeowulf said…
Yes I hope the excommunications from Cardinal Bergoglio who styles himself ‘Francis’ and his minions in the Homosexual Network Strangling the Church start to fly. Clarify the lines, as you say, Cam.

Where can I get mine?
BrotherBeowulf said…
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BrotherBeowulf said…
St Francis Xavier

Antipope Francis has cut himself off from Christ, there’s where the chasm lies.

But that’s not a problem for Tobin, who’s an open-secret practicing sodomfolk. Remember Francesco Castiglione?

Until we get rid of every Understudy of McCarrick, Friend of ‘Francis’, and member of the hierarchy and priesthood who is also now—or ever has been—a member of the clericalHomosexual Network Strangling the Church, our Church will never be purified, or at peace.

St Francis Xavier—from that halcyon age when Jesuits were men—pray for us.

Alexis Bugnolo said…
Excommunication from the high priests of Sodom would be an inestimable eternal honor! Bring it on!

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