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Media on Benedict/Sarah Book: Francis Good, Benedict Bad & the "Problem of 'Two Popes'"

The famous internet Orange Man Bad meme which shows the mindless zombie leftists saying "(Trump) Orange man bad" in stimulus-response to the media's brainwashing is a good way to look at the media responses to the Cardinal Robert Sarah and Pope Benedict XVI new book "From the Depth of Our Hearts":

Secular media :

Francis good!
Married priests good!
Women priests good!
Benedict bad!

Francis liberal "Catholic" media:

Benedict not write book!
Benedict "stage-managed"!
Benedict "manipulated"!
Benedict opposed to "media" not Francis!

Francis traditionalist Catholic media's Steve Skojec:

Benedict bad!
Francis bad!
Francis bad and Benedict bad proves Francis definitely pope no matter what evidence shows!

On a ironic note, the Francis traditionalists like Skojec must not be too happy with the secular media since they think it is infallible dogma that Francis is pope no matter the evidence of irregularities in the 2013 conclave and Benedict resignation.

The secular media highlighted their greatest nightmare the "problem of two popes'" especially since it's their infallible dogma that Francis is the pope and they reject an imperfect council of bishops and cardinals investigating the evidence of irregularities:

Today, Reuters quoted Francis theologian Massimo Faggioli saying:

"[F]or many conservatives... 'Benedict XVI  never retired really."
(Reuters, "Former pontiff's book draws criticism, highlights problems of 'two Popes,'" January 13, 2020)

Associated Press writes:

"[C]onservative and traditional Catholics... even considering Benedict's resignation illegitimate."
(AP, "Vatican tamps down clamor over Benedict's new celibacy book," January 12, 2020)

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.


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