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Happy Grateful African people which sat in darkness saw Pope’s great light: George Pell wrote memo calling papacy global reign a ‘catastrophe’, “Christ is being moved from the centre” Dreaming Pope accompanies people with same sex attraction
The churches of Africa held the Sabbath as it was held by the papal church before her complete apostasy. While they kept the seventh day in obedience to the commandment of God, they abstained from labor on the Sunday in conformity to the custom of the church. Upon obtaining supreme power, Rome had trampled upon the Sabbath of God to exalt her own; but the churches of Africa, hidden for nearly a thousand years, did not share in this apostasy. When brought under the sway of Rome, they were forced to set aside the true and exalt the false sabbath; but no sooner had they regained their independence than they returned to obedience to the fourth commandment. (See Appendix.)
These records of the past clearly reveal the enmity of Rome toward the true Sabbath and its defenders, and the means which she employs to honor the institution of her creating. The word of God teaches that these scenes are to be repeated as Roman Catholics and Protestants shall unite for the exaltation of the Sunday. GC 578.1 – GC 578.2
George Pell wrote memo calling papacy of Pope Francis a ‘catastrophe’
Journalist who published the anonymous memo criticising ‘politically correct’ decisions reveals cardinal was its author
Cardinal George Pell was the author of an anonymous memo condemning the papacy of Pope Francis as a “catastrophe” where political correctness held sway while global wrongs were “ignored,” says the journalist who published it.Released last year under the pseudonym Demos, the document accuses the pope of “silence” on moral issues, including the German Catholic church’s openness to the LGBTQ community, female priests and communion for the divorced.
“Commentators of every school, if for different reasons … agree that this pontificate is a disaster in many or most respects; a catastrophe,” the memo begins.
“These issues should be revisited by the next Pope. The Vatican’s political prestige is now at a low ebb.”
The Italian journalist Sandro Magister, a conservative Catholic himself with a long record of leaking authentic Vatican documents, revealed Pell’s authorship in his religious affairs blog Settimo Cielo. “He wanted me to publish it,” Magister said on Thursday.
Pell, 81, who spent more than a year in jail before being acquitted of sexual abuse allegations, died on Tuesday night in a Rome hospital of heart failure.Father Joseph Hamilton, Pell’s personal secretary, declined to comment on Magister’s report, saying in a text message that he was “more preoccupied by my grief”.The Vatican spokesperson Matteo Bruni said he had no comment.Pell appeared to like the more liberal-minded Francis personally, but not how he ran the church.
Francis supported Pell privately during the abuse saga and on the day of the acquittal offered mass for all who suffer unjust sentences.Magister said Pell was a frequent visitor to his home and during one visit the late cardinal showed him the English-language text he wanted to circulate among cardinals.
The general treatment of many subjects discussed in the memo is similar to the way Pell spoke of them in public, including in an interview with Reuters in 2020. But the document, written with a view to the election of the next pope, becomes more personal and scathing, including naming specific people.
He accuses one cardinal from northern Europe of being “explicitly heretical” on church teachings about sexuality and laments the “active persecution” of traditionalist Catholics.“The political influence of Pope Francis and the Vatican is negligible,” the author writes.
“Intellectually, Papal writings demonstrate a decline from the standard of St John Paul II and Pope Benedict.”
The memo shows particular familiarity with the Vatican’s financial situation, which occupies about 25% of the document. Pell was the Vatican’s economy minister from 2014 to 2017.
In a section under the heading “The Next Conclave”, the author writes that the College of Cardinals“has been weakened by eccentric nominations” an apparent reference to Francis naming cardinals from far-flung places with relatively few Catholics,such as Mongolia.
“The first tasks of the new pope will be to restore normality, restore doctrinal clarity in faith and morals, restore a proper respect for the law and ensure that the first criterion for the nomination of bishops is acceptance of the apostolic tradition,” the memo reads.
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