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Oct 19 14 6:56 AM
one by one, has been removing all restorative liturgical elements from the papal
masses that were initiated and promulgated by His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI
and Msgr. Guido Marini during the last 5 years of his pontificate; and, he imposed his own water down quasi protestant
habits that serve and support his heretical views and beliefs.
with great sadness and fury beyond belief we are reading that he is renting out
the Sistine Chapel for corporate events. (Pope
Francis allowing Sistene Chapel to be rented out for corporate event). Bergoglio has clearly gone beyond any possible
boundary, and is openly committing sacrilege.
Jesus went into the temple of God, and cast out all them that sold and bought
in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the moneychangers, and the seats of
them that sold doves. [Matthew 21:12]
time that Bergoglio will be cast out of the church once and for good! Throw him out and overturn his tables.... This emancipated savage rebel is a true enemy
of the Roman Catholic Church. He is the embodiment of rupture, discontinuity, heresy and sacrilege.
Bergoglio is selling out the Sistine Chapel means he is in desperate need of
cash. Stop supporting to his efforts.
all Catholics in good standing to stand up and openly protest again this man. Stop
this mad man and his ruthless actions. Openly protest against him. Stop giving
him money….Wish him to pack his bags and go back home….
Oct 19 14 8:16 AM
Oct 24 14 5:39 AM
On Saturday 1 November, Pope Francis will celebrate Holy Mass for the Solemnity of All Saint’s at the Campo Verano cemetery in Rome. The following day, Sunday 2 November, he will lead a prayer service in the Vatican Grottoes for all deceased Popes.
On Monday, 3 November, the Pope will offer Mass for the souls of the Cardinals and Bishops who have died in the course of the past year. The Mass will take place at the Altar of the Chair in Saint Peter’s Basilica.
On Sunday, 23 November the Pope will celebrate the canonization of six saints. Giovanni Antonio Farina, Kuriakose Elias Chavara della Sacra Familia, Ludovico da Casoria, Nicola da Casoria, Eufrasia Eluvathingual del Sacro Cuore, and Amato Roncomi will be raised to the altars on the Solemnity of Christ the King, in St Peter’s Square.
Finally, at the end of the month, from Friday, 28 November to Sunday, 30 November, Pope Francis will make his first Apostolic Voyage to Turkey.Holy See announces Pope's liturgical schedule for November
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Besides that, almost every Urbi et Orbi since pope Benedict started his pontificate, the pope was dressed different, degrading it to some kind of experiment.
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Insignificant, unspiring and terribly boring vestments. They perfectly match the rebel bishop who will wear them.
Jan 13 15 12:38 PM
Jan 13 15 12:54 PM
Preceded by a procession of flags from the nations of the Americas and the recitation of the rosary in Spanish, Pope Francis and thousands of Catholics from across the Atlantic celebrated the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the Vatican. The Argentina-born pope celebrated the Dec. 12 Mass to the sounds and rhythms of many of South America's indigenous peoples; the principal sung parts of the Mass were from the "Misa Criolla," composed 50 years ago by the late Ariel Ramirez. His son, Facundo Ramirez, conducted the choir that featured Patricia Sosa, a famous Argentine singer, as well as guitars and traditional instruments from the continent. With St. Juan Diego's vision of Our Lady of Guadalupe in 1531, the pope said, Mary "became the great missionary who brought the Gospel to our America." In his homily, Pope Francis prayed that Mary would "continue to accompany, assist and protect our peoples" and that she would "lead all the children who are pilgrims on this earth by the hand to an encounter with her son Jesus Christ." "Imploring God's forgiveness and trusting in his mercy," the pope prayed that God would help the people of Latin America forge a future of hope, development and opportunity for the poor and suffering, "for the humble, for those who hunger and thirst for justice, for the compassionate, the pure of heart, peacemakers and those persecuted for the sake of Christ's name." Mary's "Magnificat," her hymn of praise to God, he said, proclaims that God "overturns ideologies and worldly hierarchies. He raises up the humble, comes to the aid of the poor and the small, and fills with good things, blessings and hope those who trust in his mercy." Pope Francis said the day's reading from Psalm 66, with its "plea for forgiveness and the blessing of the peoples and nations and, at the same time, its joyful praise, expresses the spiritual sense of this Eucharistic celebration" in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe, "for whom devotion extends from Alaska to Patagonia." The dark-skinned image of Our Lady of Guadalupe traditionally believed to have been miraculously impressed on Juan Diego's cloak, the pope said, proclaimed to the indigenous peoples of the Americas "the good news that all its inhabitants shared the dignity of children of God. No more would anyone be a servant, but we are all children of the same Father and brothers and sisters to each other." Mary did not just want to visit the Americas, the pope said, the image on the cloak or "tilma" is a sign that "she wanted to remain with them." "Through her intercession, the Christian faith began to become the greatest treasure" of the American peoples, Pope Francis said, a treasure "transmitted and demonstrated even today in the baptism of multitudes of people, in the faith, hope and charity of many, in their precious popular piety and in that ethos of the people who show that they know the dignity of the human person, in their passion for justice, in solidarity with the poor and suffering."
Jan 13 15 12:59 PM
The Pope wore a rose silk chasuble with golden decoration which Pope Benedict also wore on parish visits.He carried the Scorszelli staff and wore a cream mitre decorated with gold,AP
Jan 13 15 1:18 PM
Although Francis largely followed the traditional Vatican script for his second Christmas Eve Mass as pope, there were two changes that reflected his personal imprint. First, for the traditional Christmas piece Et incarnatus est, meaning “He has become incarnate,” an arrangement by Mozart from his Mass in D minor was performed by a symphony orchestra rather than the traditional recitation using Gregorian chant. The performance was conducted by Manfred Honeck, an Austrian and devout Catholic who currently leads the Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra in the United States. Pope Francis knelt during the piece, which he has described in the past as “insuperable.” The director of the Sistine Choir, Italian Monsignor Massimo Palombella, acknowledged it’s unusual to mix an arrangement by a secular composer, even one as renowned as Mozart, into such a solemn liturgy. However, he said it’s consistent with the reform vision of the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), which is close to the heart of Pope Francis, that the Catholic Church should not claim “a closed or exclusive vision of reality,” but rather one “open to dialogue with modernity.” Second, rather than allowing a deacon to carry the small image of the infant Jesus from the altar of St. Peter’s Basilica to a small nativity set at the conclusion of the Mass, Francis insisted on performing the gesture himself.
There were also a couple of other classic Francis touches during the Christmas Eve liturgy. Bunches of flowers to adorn the image of the Christ child were presented by 10 small children ranging in age from five to 10, including children from both South Korea and the Philippines, Asian nations Francis has either visited or is preparing to visit, and also Syria and Lebanon, reflecting his concern for the Christians of the Middle East. Also on Wednesday night, the gifts for the celebration of the Mass were presented by married couples and their children, reflecting the pope’s concern for the family ahead of a September visit to the United States for a Vatican-sponsored World Meeting of Families and a Synod of Bishops on the family in October at the Vatican.
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