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Bishop Gracida: "Resist" Francis' Amoris Laetitia & Communion for Adulterers

Almost all the faithful Catholic bishops and cardinals, it appears, are too cowardly to join the sensus fidilium lay resistance against the burning of churches and statues as well as the heresy of sacrilege Communion to adulterous couples promoted by Francis' Amoris Laetitia except a very few exceptions such as Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano.

The one obvious exception is Bishop Rene Henry Gracida.

Watch "Bishop Gracida Exclusive Interview—Lay Uprising" on YouTube:
"Cardinal Burke is saying... the truth. What is more important... is for people in the pew to say:

No, that is not true!"

"It's more important for people in the pew to raise up and say in print, in letters, in phone calls, in email, in person, in interviews... for the laity to say no that is not true... than for a Burke to say this is the truth...."

"We don't need people to say this is the truth. What we need in the present moment is for the laity to say that is not true..."

"Just like in the fourth century when those people shouted down Arius. No, you're wrong. He is Divine... That is what we have to do today... We have to have people stand up to the homilist, priests and bishops... No, you're wrong."

"You cannot give Holy Communion to the abortionists, to the abortion promoters and providers, to the divorce and remarried. You cannot do it. St. Paul said you do not feed the Eucharist to dogs..."

"Right now they [the laity] are suffering in silence. They need to object. The laity, the sensus fidelium is that common sense among the laity who have accepted the magisterial teaching of the Church which is the foundation of their faith."

"Having accepted that when they hear something that is contradictory to the magisterial teaching of the Church, the sensus fidelium is a impulse that causes them to speak out and say no:

That is not true. Don't say that. Stop! That is the sensus fidelium in action!"

"Not to sit and suffer in silence. That's crazy. That's weird. That's wrong. Speak up! Resist!"
(Church Militant video,  "Laity, Rise Up!," April 4, 2017)
Parody of "Refuse/Resist" lyrics by group called Sepultura which I call "Refuse/Resist Francis.":

Chaos Francis
BLM on the streets
Confronting laity
Bleeding the Plebs
Raging mobs
Burning saints
Bloodshed starts
Who'll be saved?!

Chaos Francis
Army in siege
Total alarm
I'm sick of this
Inside the Church
War is created
No man's land
What is this Francis church?

Refuse, Resist
Refuse Francis


Chaos Francis
Disorder unleashed.

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

Pray an Our Father now that God gives President Trump the grace to do His will in this present COVID hysteria crisis and to be reelected.

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