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How many Virus Catholics does it take to Screw in a Light Bulb to see the Communion for Adulterers Heresy & COVID Hysteria are Hoaxes?

How many conservative and Francis traditionalist Catholics does it take take to screw a light bulb to see that the  Communion for adulterers heresy and the coronavirus hysteria are hoaxes?

Two: One to screw the light bulb to see Francis the Infallible and a second to say the Communion for adulterers heresy can't be corrected and the coronavirus is really, really the Black Plague because Francis says so and he is definitely the pope and maybe some future pope can correct the Communion for adulterers heresy and maybe tell us that the coronavirus wasn't the Black Plague and maybe that future pope will end the banning of the Mass.

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 Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Comments

Alexis Bugnolo said…
One of the hallmarks of the spirit of the Antichrist is the religious devotion modern men have to errors. In ages past, Catholics had no ideological presuppositions to consider the election of pontiffs or the lethality of disease a question open for discussion. Now as Chesterton warned, wars erupt as soon as a Catholic says grass is green or the sky is blue, because certain cliques say otherwise.

A prime example is Cardinal Burke. IN the recent RAI3 documentary he was shown to be eager to help a friend get a cushy job for his son in the Italian Government. But he has never shown even 1 drop of zeal to listen to the facts and evidence that Benedict is still the pope!

Reality is the enemy. Ideology is the religion of the present.

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