1.) One Way of Leading the Faithful Astray; 2.) Next Sec’y of State

Some have asked as to how this Pope could lead people astray.  Well, here is one way to do it: false apparitions. Have you ever tried to dissuade a Medjugorite?  Their “religion” is a Pentecostalism, an ecumenist one, flavored with sentimental and sensational Mariology so as to give the appearance of being Catholic.


“As Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Pope Francis opened his diocese to Medjugorje priests, and asked Fr. Jozo Zovko to bless him. And shortly before he left for the papal conclave in Rome, he approved of visionary Ivan Dragicevic’s public apparition arrangements that drew 10,000 people.

“Medjugorje is far from unknown to Pope Francis.

“In the recent newsletter of the organization Children of Medjugorje, Sr. Emmanuel Maillard summarizes three occasions when the new Pope, as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, approved of public talks from prominent Medjugorje visitors in his diocese.”

The full story here.


There is another bit of interesting news  at the Huff Post which suggests who the next Secretary of State will be:

“Citing anonymous sources, Corriere della Sera writes of an under-the-counter agreement between the supporters of Bergoglio and the “great loser” Angelo Scola. Based on this agreement, Scola would become Secretary of State of the Holy See, taking upon himself the difficult task of guiding the reformation of the roman Curia. For this “dirty work” the archbishop of Milan would want to be rewarded in the next conclave. Bergoglio, in fact, is 76 years old and his pontificate might not last long.”

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