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Where Peter Is (& Armstrong) defend Francis's Slapping of Woman calling it a "Trivial Matter"

The Francis and Pachamama apologist blog Where Peter Is defended Francis's slapping of a woman's hand and called it a "trivial matter":

"Regardless of whether the Pope slapped this woman's hand... "

"Even if the Pope really insulted the women with a curse word... "

"... all of this does not prove that the Pope is not fit for his post, nor will he resign over such a trivial matter."
(Where Peter Is, "On yanking and slapping hands," January 1, 2020)

In the comment section of this post Francis and Pachamama apologist Dave Armstrong showed that he agreed with the article's defense of Francis's slapping and the calling of it a "trivial matter" by saying:

"Good job."

Never forget that the Francis and Pachamama apologist blog called Where Peter Is, which I call Where Pachamama Is, defended Francis's slapping of a woman and called it a "trivial matter."

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.

Comments

Debbie said…
I don't see anything at Remnant, 1P5 or Dr. Marshall on this. I'm certain there are good rea$on$ to remain $ilent.
JMCM said…
Where Peter blocked me when all I wanted was dialogue.
Justina said…
Chris Ferrara at Fatima.org joins in the trivialization effort, stating that "too much" has been made of this incident. Tellingly, Ferrara omits all mention of the obscenities that possibly punctuated the slapping, reporting only that Bergoglio said, "Hands! Hands!". Whatever else the Purveyor of False Mercy said, it was something--something Counselor Ferrara's take ostentatiously omits. Evidently, in his retreat from the reality of doubtful Bergoglian validity, Father Gruner's friend is willing not only to ignore Father Gruner's own opinion, but empirical evidence itself. Does having a foul mouth and a quick temper prove that a person isn't the Pope? No; of course not. But why are those committed to the concept of Bergoglian validity so afraid of mere facts? Why would Christopher Ferrara, of all people, want to do damage control for the author of Amoris laetitia? Bergoglian Derangement Syndrome again.
BrotherBeowulf said…
Chris is flying interference for his bud Michael —Trad. Inc./ Chieftain of the Clans—Matt.

Sad. Ought to take his head out of his petoot. And I like Chris, we’re practically parishioners.

Real politick old time religion Catholics like him Matt & others find it hard from their lofty pedi-degreed heights to heed the hoi polloi—read: Barnhardt—that the simple dumb sheep might have gotten it right.

BrotherBeowulf said…
And note well—Matt (Remnant); Voris the Cutting Edge (churchy-militant); and of course that Establishememt sycophant with a capital E SkojEc—Trad Inc don’t even REPORT on the biggest Francis scandal since Uncle Ted:

“The Slap Heard Round The World!”
BrotherBeowulf said…
Where Peter is a joke. Where’s Fagola, more like it. Complete Plant for the clerical
Homosexual Network Strangling the Church.

The Homosexual Network Strangling the Church—

Bergoglio’s Party, Faith, Religiom and Creed.
BrotherBeowulf said…
Religion.
BrotherBeowulf said…
Our Lady of Fatima—

Triumph.

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