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Francis's False Humility doesn't lead to True Humility in Christ & the Resurrection of Easter

The great theologian Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange said "Humility... consists in abasing ourselves before God." (, "The Three Ages of the Interior Life") True humility or abasement is shown to involve repentance from sin and abasement in and with Jesus to God the Father: "Catechism of the Catholic Church  537: Through Baptism the Christian... must enter into this mystery of humble self-abasement and repentance, go down into the water with Jesus in order to rise with Him, be reborn of water and the Spirit so as to become the Father's beloved son in the Son." Pope Francis in his Palm Sunday liturgy homily said: "[Jesus] knows that true triumph involves making room for God... self-emptying. To remain silent, to pray, to accept humiliation." Francis in a homily in 2014 explained what he means by humiliation: "That is the path of Jesus Christ: abasement, humility, humiliation... if a thought, if a desire t

Hitler may have had Dementia despite being Dynamic & Wrong: Is it Possible that Francis has Dementia, Too?

Did Adolf Hitler suffer from dementia? Dr. Abraham N. Lieberman who was a eminent neurologist at the Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix and the clinical director of the National Parkinson Foundation thought the dictator suffered dementia in the form of Parkinson's disease according to the Los Angeles Times: "Hitler's Parkinson's, he argues, may have been caused by a viral infection incurred around 1916, when a pandemic of Von Economo's encephalitis hit Europe. Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain caused, in this case, by a still-unidentified virus." '...The first symptoms of Hitler's Parkinson's were apparent, Lieberman says, in Leni Reifenstahl's 1934 film "Triumph of the Will," made when Hitler was 45 years old. The decreased and slowed movement of his left arm, a symptom called bradykinesia, was visible when he arrived at a Nazi Party congress in the morning, Lieberman says." "... And finally, Lie