BULL SHIT PEDDLERS START OUT BY GIVING THE PEOPLE SOME TRUTH OR REAL MEAT.
THEN THEY SLIP IN THE BULL SHIT.
THE ARTICLE IN LEW ROCKWELL STARTS OFF SOUNDING GOOD.
THEN THE BISHOP STARTS PEDDLING SUBMITTING TO ‘AUTHORITY’.
JESUS THE CHRIST WAS JUST ONE INCARNATION OF A BEING WHO HAS LIVED THOUSANDS, OR MILLIONS OF LIVES.
HE WAS A TRUTH TELLER, HAD A HELL OF A TEMPER, WAS A WARRIOR AND A REVOLUTIONARY.
WHAT YOU HAVE HERE ARE TWO USED CAR SNAKE OIL SALESMEN EITHER DOING THEIR JOBS FOR THEIR MASTERS OR SOME INTERNAL BICKERING BETWEEN FACTIONS OF THE SAME EVIL
PERSONALLY I THINK THE POPE AND ALL HIS BISHOPS SHOULD BE MARCHED INTO A BARBED WIRE ENCLOSURE FILLED WITH WOOD AND BE BURNT ALIVE TO DEATH LIKE THEY HAVE DONE SO MANY OTHERS FOR TWO THOUSAND YEARS.
AND I DON’T HAVE A PROBLEM APPLYING THE MATCH.
THERE HAS NEVER BEEN ANY MERCY IN MY SOUL FOR EVIL.
The Ole Dog!
“Respect for authority is connatural to civilized man”
“Disobedience sins by falling short, not wanting to submit to a good order of a legitimate authority;”
“We owe obedience to legitimate authority in the measure in which its power is exercised for the purposes for which authority has been established by God:”
“Let’s not forget that the true Lord from whom all authority comes is God, and that the earthly authority – civil as well as spiritual – is always vicarious, that is, it is subject to the authority of Jesus Christ, King and High Priest.”
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“Viganò was ordained a priest in 1968 and spent most of his career working in a diplomatic capacity for the Holy See. As a priest, he served on a number of diplomatic missions before being consecrated a bishop by Pope John Paul II in 1992. Viganò was appointed Secretary General of the Vatican City Governatorate in 2009, where he reformed the finances of Vatican City and turned a budget deficit into a surplus. He complained directly to Pope Benedict XVI about financial corruption. The unauthorized publication of two of his letters led to the Vatican leaks scandal, exposing financial mismanagement and wrongdoing in the Vatican. He was then transferred to the position of Apostolic Nuncio to the United States in 2011 over his objections. While in the United States, Viganò earned a reputation as a conservative, arranging a controversial meeting between Pope Francis and former county clerk Kim Davis, known for her opposition to same-sex marriage, during the Pope’s 2015 visit to the United States. A priest accused him of suppressing allegations of sexual misconduct against Archbishop John Clayton Nienstedt, but he denied doing so.
On August 25, 2018, Viganò published an 11-page letter accusing Pope Francis and numerous other senior church leaders of concealing allegations of sexual misconduct against former cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Viganò stated that Pope Benedict XVI imposed sanctions on McCarrick in response to accusations that were made against him, but that Pope Francis refused to enforce them and that he made McCarrick an important advisor. Viganò called on Francis to resign. The letter provoked diverse reactions within the church, with some expressing support for the allegations and calling for further investigation and others defending Francis, questioning the statements made in the letter, and attacking Viganò’s credibility. After the publication of the letter, Viganò continued to issue public statements.”
“And what do you advise, Your Excellency, to get out of this dead end?
Respect for authority is connatural to civilized man, but it is necessary to distinguish between obedience and servility. You see, every virtue consists of the just mean between two opposite vices, without being a compromise, but also as the peak between two valleys, so to speak. Disobedience sins by falling short, not wanting to submit to a good order of a legitimate authority; servility on the other hand sins by excess, submitting to unfair orders or orders given by an illegitimate authority. The good citizen should know how to disobey civil authority, and the good Catholic how to do the same with ecclesiastical authority, disobeying whenever the authority demands obedience to an iniquitous order.
Doesn’t such talk seem to be a bit revolutionary, Your Excellency?
Far from it. The anarchists and courtiers both have a distorted concept of authority: the former deny it while the latter idolize it. The just mean is the only morally viable way, because it responds to the order that the Lord has imprinted on the world and that respect the celestial hierarchy. We owe obedience to legitimate authority in the measure in which its power is exercised for the purposes for which authority has been established by God: the temporal good of citizens in the case of the State and the spiritual good of the faithful in the case of the Church. An authority that imposes evil on its subjects is for that very reason illegitimate and its orders are null. Let’s not forget that the true Lord from whom all authority comes is God, and that the earthly authority – civil as well as spiritual – is always vicarious, that is, it is subject to the authority of Jesus Christ, King and High Priest. Setting up the vicarious authority of rulers in the place of the royal authority of the Lord is a mad gesture and – yes – revolutionary and rebellious.”