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Are Francis & Tagle Imposing "Habits" pleasing to "the God of this World"?

Does Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, who many think will replace Francis and be Francis II, think the "habits" that Francis and his bishops have imposed on Rome and the world are "good" of not going to Mass as well as not using the sacraments?

Half-Chinese Tagle, who lives in Rome, apparently claimed that the Chinese coronavirus and its effect of Francis banning public Mass and the sacraments in Rome "has made us behave more responsibly towards ourselves, family, community and creation [and no mention of responsibility to God]. I hope when the virus is gone, our good habits would continue."
(Catholic News  Services, "Cardinal Tagle, in new position, looks for lessons in lockdown," April 1, 2020)

Appallingly and horribly, the habits that Francis and all the Francis cardinals and bishops have imposed on the millions of Catholics are called vices.

They have got almost all the millions of Catholics in the world into the bad habits or vices of not going to Mass, Confession and all the sacraments which are the means to not end up in the horrible damnation of Satan's hell.

Are Francis and his cardinal as well as bishops "unbelievers" since they appear to be doing the work of "the god of this world"?

The habits they have imposed without doubt should please Satan who is "the god of this world [who] hath blinded the minds of unbelievers."
(2 Corinthians 4:4)

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


Stephen Lowe said…
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