Jorge Keeps It Kosher

Jorge Mario Bergoglio has bent over backwards to display his “humility” in as ostentatious a manner as has ever been seen, something that was discussed earlier today in Correcting the Record on Jorge’s “Confession”.

Jorge Mario Bergoglio has bent over backwards to attack, principally by means of invective and caricature, endless numbers of Straw Men who adhere to the totality of the Sacred Deposit of Faith as Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has entrusted exclusively to His Holy Catholic Church for Its eternal safekeeping and infallible explication.

Jorge Mario Bergoglio has bent over backwards to display his respect for Anglicans, Lutherans and the Orthodox, claiming that each belongs to the “Church of Christ.”

Jorge Mario Bergoglio has spoken with great respect and esteem for those who adhere to the false, blasphemous religion manufactured by the murderous man false prophet named Mohammed.

There is no group, however, for which Jorge Mario Bergoglio has done more back flips than those who deny the Sacred Divinity of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by means of adhering to the blasphemous Talmud, something that has been documented so many times on this site in the past thirteen months.

Among the things that Jorge Mario Bergoglio has done is to read prayers from the Talmud while his favorite pro-abortion, pro-perversity rabbi, Abraham Skorka. He also made sure that Skorka and other Talmudic guests had a rabbi from Rome personally supervise a luncheon at the Casa Santa Marta inside of the walls of the Occupied Vatican on the West Bank of the Tiber River on January 16, 2014.

Here is a report as provided to me from the webmaster of the Gazeta Warszwaska (which appears to translate into a title of Warsaw Gazette) website that features some of my own commentaries on occasion:

This photo provided by Ilan Dabush, taken on Thursday Jan. 16, 2014, Ba’ Ghetto restaurant co-owner Amit Dabush, top right, takes notes as Pope Francis, center, and Rabbi Abraham Skorka, left, have lunch at the Vatican. For just one day, the kitchen of the Vatican hotel where Pope Francis lives went kosher, with Rabbi Jaakov Spizzichino overseeing the scrupulous cleaning of countertops, boiling of utensils and heating of the oven necessary to render it fit for cooking under Jewish dietary laws. The occasion? A four-course luncheon Francis hosted last week for a dozen Argentine rabbis. The Vatican has on several occasions hosted kosher meals for visiting Jewish delegations, and Francis famously provided kosher take-out for one of his best friends, Rabbi Abraham Skorka, when Skorka stayed with him at the Vatican’s Santa Marta hotel last year. Francis was hosting Skorka and about 15 other rabbis from Buenos Aires who came to Rome en masse to visit their old friend, and the Vatican pulled out all the stops. Organizers turned to Ba’Ghetto, one of the best kosher restaurants in Rome’s ghetto on the other side of the Tiber River, to cater the affair.(Photo: AP)

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Rabbi Jaakov Spizzichino oversaw the scrupulous cleaning of countertops, the boiling of utensils and the heating of the oven to render it fit for cooking under Jewish dietary laws.

The occasion? A four-course lunch Francis hosted for a dozen Argentine rabbis last week. It was another sign of his close friendship with Jews, despite some complaints in Israel that he’s giving the Jewish state short-shrift on his upcoming trip to the Holy Land.

The Vatican has hosted kosher meals for visiting Jewish delegations on several occasions, and Francis famously provided kosher takeout for one of his best friends, Rabbi Abraham Skorka, when Skorka stayed with him at the Vatican’s Santa Marta hotel last year.

But the Jan. 16 luncheon in Santa Marta’s dining room was a special occasion that warranted more — including the extensive, rabbinically supervised sterilizing of the hotel kitchen that on-site kosher cooking entails.

The Vatican pulled out all the stops as Francis hosted Skorka and about 15 other rabbis from Buenos Aires who came to Rome to visit their old friend. It turned to Ba’Ghetto, one of the best kosher restaurants on the other side of the Tiber River, to cater the affair.

“I decided to do it simple, because the pope is simple,” said Amit Dabush, Ba’Ghetto’s Israeli-born co-owner. “But the menu was full: He had to make a ‘bella figura’” — a good impression — on his guests.

To do so, however, required on-site cooking, and that required Dabush and Spizzichino, a kosher inspector with Rome’s chief rabbinate, to sterilize the small kitchen off the main dining room kitchen.

A key issue was the oven: according to Jewish dietary laws, an oven in a non-kosher kitchen must sit idle for 24 hours and be cleaned and turned on full blast for an hour to sterilize it, Spizzichino said. So on the morning of the luncheon, Dabush, some restaurant workers and Spizzichino set to work early: scorching the oven and burners, scouring the kitchen countertops and covering them with aluminum foil to prevent the kosher food from being contaminated. They boiled and sterilized the big pots used for making pasta and set the tables with Ba’Ghetto’s own plates and utensils.

“It was a kitchen that they rarely used, so it was very clean,” Spizzichino said.

The menu was heavily fish-based: antipasti of deep-fried artichokes; baked sardines with endive and tangy, grilled zucchini. The pasta course featured two selections: gnocchi with rocket, tomato and pine nuts, and hand-made trofie, or little twists of pasta with sea bass and tomatoes. The main course had two choices of fish: baked turbot wrapped with vegetables or the house specialty, salt cod with tomatoes, pine nuts, grapes and potatoes.

Given the palates of his Argentine guests, Francis also offered beef filet with a Barolo wine reduction, which most chose, though he himself stuck to fish. Salad and roasted potatoes came next followed by desert: two torts of chestnut and sour cherry, and the pope’s favorite, pistachio mousse, made with a soy-based creamer imported from Israel to substitute the dairy that isn’t allowed in a kosher meal featuring meat.

In an interview with Vatican Radio, Skorka — with whom the former Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio wrote a book about faith — said the rabbinical delegation came to Rome to “show our affection, our support, and seal our friendship, not just personal but as a group.”

He said he couldn’t wait to pray at Jerusalem’s Western Wall with Francis during his May 24-26 trip to Jordan, Israel and the West Bank.

The trip, however, has caused some consternation in Israel given that Francis’ predecessors — Popes John Paul II and Benedict XVI — spent significantly more time in Israel during their landmark visits and celebrated Mass in Israel proper.

Francis’ current plans for religious services only include a Mass in the Palestinian town of Bethlehem in the West Bank and an ecumenical service with the spiritual leader of the Orthodox Christians at Jerusalem’s Holy Sepulchre church.

“It’s wonderful that he’s coming but it’s regrettable that he’ll be here for such a short time — a third of the time that his predecessors were here, and neglecting the main body of Christianity in the Holy Land, which is in the Galilee,” said Rabbi David Rosen, head of interfaith relations at the American Jewish Committee.

Nevertheless, he said he expected Catholic-Jewish relations would continue to flourish under Francis, following the same path begun by his predecessors. (Keeping It Kosher at the Vatican.)

Here is a report of the same January 16, 2014, luncheon as found on the website of the World Jewish Congress:

ROME – A delegation of 15 Argentine Jewish leaders was hosted Thursday for an informal kosher lunch at the Vatican’s Santa Marta guesthouse by Pope Francis.

Pope Francis conversing with members of the Jewish community of Argentina at the Santa Marta guesthouse

Pope Francis conversing with members of the Jewish community of Argentina at the Santa Marta guesthouse

Latin American Jewish Congress Executive Director Claudio Epelman, who organized the meeting together with Argentine Rabbi Abraham Skorka, said it was an “extraordinary gesture by Pope Francis to take more than two hours out of his busy schedule for a conversation with Jewish leaders from his native Argentina.” Epelman said that the conversations with the Catholic pontiff focused on strengthening inter-faith dialogue.

Epelman, who is the World Jewish Congress official in charge of dialogue with the Catholic Church, added that welcoming the delegation, Pope Francis expressed hope that “this meeting will help nurture the seeds we have planted together” and emphasized how he was looking forward “with great expectations” to his visit to Israel in May. The LAJC executive director added that at the end of the luncheon, the Pope and the Jewish leaders together intoned Psalm 133 in Hebrew, which says, “How good and pleasant it is when G-d’s people live together in unity!”

The Jewish community of Argentina is the largest in Latin America. Participating at the meeting on Thursday were, among others, World Jewish Congress Vice-President Julio Schlosser, who is the head of the Argentine Jewish umbrella organization DAIA, Rabbi Skorka, Claudio Epelman, and Cardinal Kurt Koch, the Vatican official in charge of dialogue with the Jews. (Pope Francis hosts Argentine Jewish leaders for kosher lunch.)

Oy!

“How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live in unity”?

Those who deny the Sacred Divinity of Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ are “God’s people”?Co

The pro-abortion, pro-perversity Rabbi Abraham Skorka  is a “leader” of “God’s people”?

Actually, what the World Jewish Committee refers to as Psalm 133 is Psalm 132 as found in the Douay-Rheims Bible, and it reads as follows:

[1] Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell in unity. [2] Like the precious ointment on the head, that ran down upon the beard, the beard of Aaron, Which ran down to the skirt of his garment: [3] As the dew of Hermon, which descendeth upon mount Sion. For there the Lord hath commandeth blessing, and life for evermore.  (Psalm 132 1-3.)

While it is true that we are all creatures of God, it is not true that Psalm 132 refers to “unity” between Catholics and those who adhere to the Old Covenant and who base their beliefs and their prayers upon the blasphemous Talmud.

Saint Augustine’s commentary what is numbered in modern times as Psalm 133 makes it very clear that God the Holy Ghost inspired King David to write of the unity that exists by His abiding presence in the Catholic Church in general of the unity that exists in monastic life in particular:

1. This is a short Psalm, but one well known and quoted. Behold, how good and how pleasant is it, that brethren should dwell together in unityPsalm 132:1. So sweet is that sound, that even they who know not the Psalter, sing that verse. …

2. For these same words of the Psalter, this sweet sound, that honeyed melody, as well of the mind as of the hymn, did even beget the Monasteries. By this sound were stirred up the brethren who longed to dwell together. This verse was their trumpet. It sounded through the whole earth, and they who had been divided, were gathered together. The summons of God, the summons of the Holy Spirit, the summons of the Prophets, were not heard in Judah, yet were heard through the whole world. They were deaf to that sound, amid whom it was sung; they were found with their ears open, of whom it was said, They shall see him, who were not told of him; they shall understand who heard not.Isaiah 65:1 Yet, most beloved, if we reflect, the very blessing has sprung from that wall of circumcision. For have all the Jews perished? And whence were the Apostles, the sons of the Prophets, the sons of the exiles? He speaks as to them who know. Whence those five hundred, who saw the Lord after His resurrection, whom the Apostle Paul commemorates? 1 Corinthians 15:6 Whence those hundred and twenty, Acts 1:15 who were together in one place after the resurrection of the Lord, and His ascension into heaven, on whom when gathered into one place the Holy Spirit descended on the day of Pentecost, sent down from heaven, sent, even as He was promised? Acts 2:1-4All were from thence, and they first dwelt together in unity; who sold all they had, and laid the price of their goods at the Apostles’ feet, as is read in the Acts of the Apostles.Acts 4:34-35 And distribution was made to each one as he had need, Acts 2:45 and none called anything his own, but they had all things common. And what is together in unity? They had, he says, one mind and one heart God-wards. Acts 4:32 So they were the first who heard, Behold how good and how pleasant is it, that brethren dwell together. They were the first to hear, but heard it not alone…. (Saint Augustine, Commentary on Psalm 133 [132]–Psalm 133)

Abraham Skorka and his friends may be of one mind and heart with Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Kurt Koch. None of them, however, is of one mind and heart with the true God of Divine Revelation, the Most Blessed Trinity.

Moreover, Saint Augustine pointed out that the words of Psalm 132 [133] condemn the likes of heretic such as Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Kurt Koch, et al.:

3. From the words of this Psalm was taken the name of Monks, that no one may reproach you who are Catholics by reason of the name.When you with justice reproach heretics by reason of the Circelliones, that they may be saved by shame, they reproach you on the score of the Monks….

4. Moreover, beloved, there are they who are false Monks, and we know men of this kind; but the pious brotherhood is not annulled, because of them who profess to be what they are not. There are false Monks, as there are false men among the Clergy, and among the faithful.. ..  (Saint Augustine, Commentary on Psalm 133 [132]–Psalm 133)

We know men of “this kind,” do we not?

Men masquerading as “popes” have dared to distort, corrupt, misrepresent, deconstruct and pervert every bit of the Sacred Deposit of Faith to suit their Modernist agenda of false ecumenism in the name of a false unity.  There are indeed plenty of false monks today, plenty of false men among the clergy, and among the laity. Included in the latter group are the likes of Jorge Mario Bergoglio and Kurt Koch.

Saint Augustine’s prophetic condemnation of the conciliar revolutionaries included the following commentary:

5. Since the Psalm says, Behold, how good and how pleasant is it, that brethren should dwell together in one, why then should we not call Monks so? For Monos is one. Not one in any manner, for a man in a crowd is one, but though he can be called one along with others, he cannot be Monos, that is, alone, for Monos means one alone. They then who thus live together as to make one man, so that they really possess what is written, one mind and one heart,Acts 4:32 many bodies, but not many minds; many bodies, but not many hearts; can rightly be called Monos, that is, one alone.. .. (Saint Augustine, Commentary on Psalm 133 [132]–Psalm 133)

The conciliar revolutionaries are indeed of one mind and one heart with each other in a rejection of many articles contained with the Sacred Deposit of Faith, including the immutable teaching that the Old Covenant God made with Moses was superseded by the New and Eternal Covenant that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ instituted at the Last Supper on Maundy Thursday and ratified by the shedding of every single drop of His Most Precious Blood during His Passion and Death on the wood of the Holy Cross on Good Friday. These revolutionaries are of one mind and one heart in rejecting the simple truth, taught from time immemorial, that the tearing in two of the curtain in the Temple on Good Friday when Our Lord died on the wood of the Holy Cross and the earth shook represents the transfer to the New Covenant of God’s eternal favor and benediction.

In other words, the conciliar revolutionaries are not of one mind and heart with the following teaching of the Catholic Church that ought to be familiar to most of the readers of this site by now but which is being repeated as there are always new readers who are in need of seeing it for the first time:

It [the Holy Roman Church] firmly believes, professes, and teaches that the matter pertaining to the law of the Old Testament, of the Mosaic law, which are divided into ceremonies, sacred rites, sacrifices, and sacraments, because they were established to signify something in the future, although they were suited to the divine worship at that time, after our Lord’s coming had been signified by them, ceased, and the sacraments of the New Testament began; and that whoever, even after the passion, placed hope in these matters of the law and submitted himself to them as necessary for salvation, as if faith in Christ could not save without them, sinned mortally. Yet it does not deny that after the passion of Christ up to the promulgation of the Gospel they could have been observed until they were believed to be in no way necessary for salvation; but after the promulgation of the Gospel it asserts that they cannot be observed without the loss of eternal salvation. All, therefore, who after that time observe circumcision and the Sabbath and the other requirements of the law, it declares alien to the Christian faith and not in the least fit to participate in eternal salvation, unless someday they recover from these errors. Therefore, it commands all who glory in the name of Christian, at whatever time, before or after baptism, to cease entirely from circumcision, since, whether or not one places hope in it, it cannot be observed at all without the loss of eternal salvation. Regarding children, indeed, because of danger of death, which can often take place, when no help can be brought to them by another remedy than through the sacrament of baptism, through which they are snatched from the domination of the Devil and adopted among the sons of God, it advises that holy baptism ought not to be deferred for forty or eighty days, or any time according to the observance of certain people, but it should be conferred as soon as it can be done conveniently, but so ,that, when danger of death is imminent, they be baptized in the form of the Church, early without delay, even by a layman or woman, if a priest should be lacking, just as is contained more fully in the decree of the Armenians. . . .

It firmly believes, professes, and proclaims that those not living within the Catholic Church, not only pagans, but also Jews and heretics and schismatics cannot become participants in eternal life, but will depart “into everlasting fire which was prepared for the devil and his angels” [Matt. 25:41], unless before the end of life the same have been added to the flock; and that the unity of the ecclesiastical body is so strong that only to those remaining in it are the sacraments of the Church of benefit for salvation, and do fastings, almsgiving, and other functions of piety and exercises of Christian service produce eternal reward, and that no one, whatever almsgiving he has practiced, even if he has shed blood for the name of Christ, can be saved, unless he has remained in the bosom and unity of the Catholic Church. (Pope Eugene IV, Cantate Domino, Council of Florence, February 4, 1442.)

29. And first of all, by the death of our Redeemer, the New Testament took the place of the Old Law which had been abolished; then the Law of Christ together with its mysteries, enactments, institutions, and sacred rites was ratified for the whole world in the blood of Jesus Christ. For, while our Divine Savior was preaching in a restricted area — He was not sent but to the sheep that were lost of the house of Israel [30] -the Law and the Gospel were together in force; [31] but on the gibbet of his death Jesus made void the Law with its decrees, [32] fastened the handwriting of the Old Testament to the Cross, [33] establishing the New Testament in His blood shed for the whole human race. [34] “To such an extent, then,” says St. Leo the Great, speaking of the Cross of our Lord, “was there effected a transfer from the Law to the Gospel, from the Synagogue to the Church, from many sacrifices to one Victim, that, as our Lord expired, that mystical veil which shut off the innermost part of the temple and its sacred secret was rent violently from top to bottom.” [35]

30. On the Cross then the Old Law died, soon to be buried and to be a bearer of death, [36] in order to give way to the New Testament of which Christ had chosen the Apostles as qualified ministers; [37] and although He had been constituted the Head of the whole human family in the womb of the Blessed Virgin, it is by the power of the Cross that our Savior exercises fully the office itself of Head in His Church. “For it was through His triumph on the Cross,” according to the teaching of the Angelic and Common Doctor, “that He won power and dominion over the gentiles”; [38] by that same victory He increased the immense treasure of graces, which, as He reigns in glory in heaven, He lavishes continually on His mortal members it was by His blood shed on the Cross that God’s anger was averted and that all the heavenly gifts, especially the spiritual graces of the New and Eternal Testament, could then flow from the fountains of our Savior for the salvation of men, of the faithful above all; it was on the tree of the Cross, finally, that He entered into possession of His Church, that is, of all the members of His Mystical Body; for they would not have been united to this Mystical Body. (Pope Pius XII, Mystici Corporis, June 29, 1943.)

Yes, the Old Law died, meaning that the Kosher dietary laws that Jorge Mario Bergoglio was careful to have his kitchen help to observe have been obliterated. Wiped out. Ended. To give these laws any credence is to do violence the authentic freedom that Our Lord gave to the people of His New Dispensation, meaning His Catholic Church.

Jorge Bergoglio, Kurt Koch, Abraham Skorka, et al. may be of one heart of one mind in rejecting the teaching.  They are thus one in showing themselves to be enemies of Christ the King, Whose Holy Priesthood is indeed at the very heart of Psalm 132 [133] from which they “prayed” together with total indifference to His Sacred Divinity and His Redemptive Act on the wood of the Holy Cross.

Saint Augustine explained how this is so:

6. Let the Psalm tell us what they are like. As the ointment on the head, which descended to the beard, to Aaron’s beard, which descended to the fringe of his garmentPsalm 132:2. What was Aaron? A priest. Who is a priest, except that one Priest, who entered into the Holy of Holies? Who is that priest, save Him, who was at once Victim and Priest? save Him who when he found nothing clean in the world to offer, offered Himself? The ointment is on his head, because Christ is one whole with the Church, but the ointment comes from the head. Our Head is Christ crucified and buried; He rose again, and ascended into heaven; and the Holy Spirit came from the head. Whither? To the beard. The beard signifies the courageous; the beard distinguishes the grown men, the earnest, the active, the vigorous. So that when we describe such, we say, he is a bearded man. Thus that ointment descended first upon the Apostles, descended upon those who bore the first assaults of the world, and therefore the Holy Spirit descended on them. For they who first began to dwell together in unity, suffered persecution, but because the ointment descended to the beard, they suffered, but were not conquered.…  (Saint Augustine, Commentary on Psalm 133 [132]–Psalm 133)

Only those who are intellectually dishonest can ignore the fact that Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s “praying” with those who reject the Chief Priest and Victim of every Mass, Christ the King, does not believe that he has any responsibility to seek the conversion of any non-Catholic, including Talmudists, to the Catholic Church. And I rather doubt that Jorge Mario Bergoglio spent three minutes, three seconds confessing his heresies to a fellow layman on Friday, March 28, 2014, the Feast of Saint John of Capistrano and the Commemoration of Friday in the Third Week of Lent.

Where are the brethren who pray in unity to be found?

Only in the Catholic Church, which lifts high the Cross of the Divine Redeemer, Christ the King:

7. As the dew of Hermon, which fell upon the hills of SionPsalm 132:3. He would have it understood, my brethren, that it is of God’s grace that brethren dwell together in unity….

8. But ye should know what Hermon is. It is a mountain far distant from Jerusalem, that is, from Sion. And so it is strange that he says thus: As the dew of Hermon, which fell upon the mountains of Sion, since mount Hermon is far distant from Jerusalem, for it is said to be over Jordan. Let us then seek out some interpretation of Hermon. The word is Hebrew, and we learn its meaning from them who know that language. Hermon is said to mean, a light set on a high place. For from Christ comes the dew. No light is set on a high place, save Christ. How is He set on high? First on the cross, afterwards in heaven. Set on high on the cross when He was humbled; humbled, but His humiliation could not but be high. The ministry of man grew less and less, as was signified in John; the ministry of God in our Lord Jesus Christ increased, as was shown at their birth. The former was born, as the tradition of the Church shows, on the 24th of June, when the days begin to shorten. The Lord was born on the 25th of December, when the days begin to lengthen. Here John himself confessing, He must increase, but I must decrease.John 3:30 And the passion of each shows this. The Lord was exalted on the cross; John was diminished by beheading. Thus the light set on high is Christ, whence is the dew of Hermon….But if he have the dew of Hermon, which fell on the hill of Sion, he is quiet, peaceable, humble, submissive, pouring forth prayer in place of murmuring. For murmurers are admirably described in a certain passage of the Scriptures, The heart of a fool is as the wheel of a cart. Sirach 33:5 What is the meaning of the heart of a fool is as the wheel of a cart? It carries hay, and creaks. The wheel of a cart cannot cease from creaking. Thus there are many brethren, who do not dwell together, save in the body. But who are they who dwell together? They of whom it is said, And they had one mind and one heart towards God.Acts 4:32

 

9. Because there the Lord commanded blessing. Where did He command it? Among the brethren who dwell together. There He enjoined blessing, there they who dwell with one heart bless God. For you bless not God in division of heart….Are you straitened on earth? Depart, have your habitation in heaven. How shall I, a man clothed in flesh, enslaved to the flesh, you will say, have my habitation in heaven. First go in heart, whither you would follow in the body. Do not hear, Lift up your hearts, with a deaf ear. Keep your heart lifted up, and no one will straiten you in heaven. (Saint Augustine, Commentary on Psalm 133 [132]–Psalm 133)

Everyone who ate Kosher at the Casa Santa Marta on January 16, 2014, attempted to lift up their hearts with a deaf ear as they turned a blind eye to the immutable teaching that Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ has entrusted exclusively to His Catholic Church for Its eternal safekeeping and infallible explication. Each is a murmurer against the Sacred Deposit of Faith and those who, despite their own sins and failings, try to be faithful to us. Each is a fool who is as the wheel of a cart. Each is a mockery of the Holy Priesthood of the Eternal High Priest, Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.

This is relevant again as Jorge Mario Bergoglio prepares to make a relatively short trip to the Holy Land during which he will not exhort Mohammedans or Talmudists or the Orthodox to convert to the true Faith, outside of which there is no salvation and without which there can be no true social order. Indeed, he will reaffirm adherents of each in their respective false religions.

Here is the itinerary for Rabbi Bergoglio’s trip:

  • Meeting with the Authorities of the Kingdom of Jordan (Amman, 24 May 2014)
  • Holy Mass at the Amman International Stadium (24 May 2014)
  • Meeting with refugees and young people with disabilities in the Latin Church in Bethany beyond the Jordan (24 May 2014)
  • Meeting with Palestinian Authorities (Bethlehem, 25 May 2014)
  • Holy Mass in Manger Square in Bethlehem (25 May 2014)
  • Regina Coeli Prayer (Bethlehem, 25 May 2014)
  • Welcoming ceremony at the Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport (Tel Aviv, 25 May 2014)
  • Private Meeting with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople at the Apostolic Delegation of Jerusalem (25 May 2014)
  • Ecumenical Meeting on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the meeting in Jerusalem between Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras (Jerusalem, Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, 25 May 2014)
  • Visit to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem in the building of the Great Council on the Esplanade of the Mosques (Jerusalem, 26 May 2014)
  • Visit to the Yad Vashem Memorial in Jerusalem (26 May 2014)
  • Courtesy visit to the two chief rabbis of Israel at Heichal Shlomo Center in Jerusalem, next to the Jerusalem Great  Synagogue(Jerusalem, 26 May 2014)
  • Courtesy visit to the President of the State of Israel in the Presidential Residence  (Jerusalem, 26 May 2014)
  • Meeting with priests, religious and seminarians in the Church of Gethsemane at the foot of the Mount of Olives (Jerusalem, 26 May 2014)

Kind words will be spoken about Mohammedanism, perhaps even about the blasphemer Mohammed himself.

“Thanks” will be offered for the “progress” that has been made as the “ministers of Christ” in the counterfeit church of conciliarism and the Greek Orthodox Church celebrate their common “mission” to serve the “Church of Christ.”

Words will be spoken to the Talmudists that reaffirm the following passage in Jorge Mario Bergoglio’s Evangeli Gaudium, November 26, 2013, concerning the supposedly enduring validity of the Old Covenant:

247. We hold the Jewish people in special regard because their covenant with God has never been revoked, for “the gifts and the call of God are irrevocable” (Rom 11:29). The Church, which shares with Jews an important part of the sacred Scriptures, looks upon the people of the covenant and their faith as one of the sacred roots of her own Christian identity (cf. Rom 11:16-18). As Christians, we cannot consider Judaism as a foreign religion; nor do we include the Jews among those called to turn from idols and to serve the true God (cf. 1 Thes 1:9). With them, we believe in the one God who acts in history, and with them we accept his revealed word.

248. Dialogue and friendship with the children of Israel are part of the life of Jesus’ disciples. The friendship which has grown between us makes us bitterly and sincerely regret the terrible persecutions which they have endured, and continue to endure, especially those that have involved Christians.

249. God continues to work among the people of the Old Covenant and to bring forth treasures of wisdom which flow from their encounter with his word. For this reason, the Church also is enriched when she receives the values of Judaism. While it is true that certain Christian beliefs are unacceptable to Judaism, and that the Church cannot refrain from proclaiming Jesus as Lord and Messiah, there exists as well a rich complementarity which allows us to read the texts of the Hebrew Scriptures together and to help one another to mine the riches of God’s word. We can also share many ethical convictions and a common concern for justice and the development of peoples. (Jorge Mario Bergoglio, Evangelii Gaudium, November 26, 2013.)

If you don’t understand that is more than just a “mistake” made in good faith but actual heresy, then there is little else than remains to be written given the documentation provided in this commentary alone.

Athough it is Rabbi Bergoglio’s stated wish to follow the path of Giovanni Montini/Paul The Sick‘s 1964 visit to the Holy Land, the most recent false “pontiff” to have been there was Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI, who visited Jordan and Israel five years ago next month.

Here is a little review of how he defected from the Holy Faith while in the Holy Land:

Places of worship, like this splendid Al-Hussein Bin Talal mosque named after the revered late King, stand out like jewels across the earth’s surface. From the ancient to the modern, the magnificent to the humble, they all point to the divine, to the Transcendent One, to the Almighty. And through the centuries these sanctuaries have drawn men and women into their sacred space to pause, to pray, to acknowledge the presence of the Almighty, and to recognize that we are all his creatures. (Speech to Muslim religious leaders, members of the Diplomatic Corps and Rectors of universities in Jordan in front of the mosque al-Hussein bin Talal in Amman)

Ratzinger/Benedict at the Mosque Al-Hussein bin Talal, Amman, Jordan, Saturday, May 9, 2009.

I cordially thank the Grand Mufti, Muhammad Ahmad Hussein, together with the Director of the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, Sheikh Mohammed Azzam al-Khatib al-Tamimi, and the Head of the Awquaf Council, Sheikh Abdel Azim Salhab, for the welcome they have extended to me on your behalf. I am deeply grateful for the invitation to visit this sacred place, and I willingly pay my respects to you and the leaders of the Islamic community in Jerusalem. (Courtesy visit to the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem at the Mount of the Temple, since when is a place of false worship “sacred” to the true God of Divine Revelation?)

Joseph Ratzinger/Benedict XVI entering the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Wednesday, May 12, 2009. Note that the false “pontiff” has taken off his shoes once again.
Pope outside the Dome of the rock

(Droleskey: Saints gave up their lives rather than to give even the appearance of such apostasy.)

God of all the ages, on my visit to Jerusalem, the “City of Peace”, spiritual home to Jews, Christians and Muslims alike, I bring before you the joys, the hopes and the aspirations, the trials, the suffering and the pain of all your people throughout the world.

God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, hear the cry of the afflicted, the fearful, the bereft; send your peace upon this Holy Land, upon the Middle East, upon the entire human family; stir the hearts of all who call upon your name, to walk humbly in the path of justice and compassion.

“The Lord is good to those who wait for him, to the soul that seeks him” (Lam 3:25)! (Prayer at the Western Wall, May 12, 2009; one will note, of course, that there is not one reference to Our Blessed Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.)

Pope Benedict XVI places a note   in the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, in Jerusalem's Old   City May 12, 2009.

An indication of the potential of this series of meetings is readily seen in our shared concern in the face of moral relativism and the offences it spawns against the dignity of the human person. In approaching the most urgent ethical questions of our day, our two communities are challenged to engage people of good will at the level of reason, while simultaneously pointing to the religious foundations which best sustain lasting moral values. May the dialogue that has begun continue to generate ideas on how Christians and Jews can work together to heighten society’s appreciation of the distinctive contribution of our religious and ethical traditions. Here in Israel, given that Christians constitute only a small portion of the total population, they particularly value opportunities for dialogue with their Jewish neighbors.

Trust is undeniably an essential element of effective dialogue. Today I have the opportunity to repeat that the Catholic Church is irrevocably committed to the path chosen at the Second Vatican Council for a genuine and lasting reconciliation between Christians and Jews. As the Declaration Nostra Aetate makes clear, the Church continues to value the spiritual patrimony common to Christians and Jews and desires an ever deeper mutual understanding and respect through biblical and theological studies as well as fraternal dialogues. May the seven Bilateral Commission meetings which have already taken place between the Holy See and the Chief Rabbinate stand as evidence! I am thus grateful for your reciprocal assurance that the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Chief Rabbinate will continue to grow in respect and understanding in the future. (Courtesy visit to the two Chief Rabbis of Jerusalem at Hechal Shlomo Center in Jerusalem, May 12, 2009; for an elaboration on this topic, please see Respect Those Who Break the First Commandment? Respect Those Who Break the Fifth Commandment and Saint Peter and Anti-Peter.)

Jorge Mario Bergoglio knows how to keep a Kosher kitchen. He knows nothing of keeping orthodox Catholic doctrine. Indeed, he wants to keep his “faith” and his “liturgy” as “liberated” as possible.

Wanna quick antidote to this apostasy?

Pope Leo XIII’s Custodi Di Quella Fede provides the antidote:

Everyone should avoid familiarity or friendship with anyone suspected of belonging to masonry or to affiliated groups. Know them by their fruits and avoid them. Every familiarity should be avoided, not only with those impious libertines who openly promote the character of the sect, but also with those who hide under the mask of universal tolerance, respect for all religions, and the craving to reconcile the maxims of the Gospel with those of the revolution. These men seek to reconcile Christ and Belial, the Church of God and the state without God. (Pope Leo XIII, Custodi di Quella Fede, December 8, 1892.)

The Catholic Church wills the good of all people, including the Jews, the ultimate expression of which is the salvation of their immortal souls. She does, however, hate all false religions, and in this sense she is indeed and must ever be “anti-Jewish” as she is anti-Protestant and anti-Mohammedan and anti-Buddhist and anti-Hindu and anti-every other false religion. Harsh? Get over the squeamishness and sentimentality born of Judeo-Masonic naturalism.

God hates all false religions. He loathes them. He wants them eradicated from the face of this earth as their adherents are converted to the true Faith. The Catholic Church, ever faithful to Him as she is guided by Him infallibly, must hate what he hates: sin and error and falsehood. This is not an option for a Catholic. We must hate sin in our own lives. We must seek to root it out as we cooperate with the graces won for us by Our Lord on the wood of the Holy Cross that flow into our hearts and souls through the loving hands of Our Lady, the Mediatrix of All Graces. We must hate the spread of sin in the world under cover of the civil law and in the midst of popular culture. We must make no conscious compromise with error or falsehood. We must be earnest about planting seeds for the conversion of all non-Catholics to the true Faith, outside of which there is no salvation and without with there can be no true social order.

This is, of course, a chastisement for our sins, for our own infidelities, for our own lukewarmness, for our own lack of steadfastness in prayer, especially to the Mother of God, who has been, of course, blasphemed by Jorge Mario Bergoglio. We need to pray many Rosaries of reparation now that these additional offenses have been given to God the false “pontiff” insofar as the Kosher kitchen is concerned and for the ones he will give while in the Holy Land.  We need, therefore, to make much reparation for these sins as we seek always to make reparation for our own sins as we entrust to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary the need of the present moment.

We must, of course, continue to remember that this is the time that God has appointed from all eternity for us to be alive. He has work for us to do. Let us do this work with courage and valor as we never count the cost of being humiliated for the sake of defending the integrity of Faith, as we never cease our prayers for the conversion of all people, including those who adhere to the Talmud and Jorge Mario Bergoglio and his fellow conciliarists, to the true Church, outside of which there is no salvation and without which there can be no true social order.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Saint Joseph, pray for us.

Saints Peter and Paul, pray for us.

Saint John the Baptist, pray for us.

Saint John the Evangelist, pray for us.

Saint Michael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Gabriel the Archangel, pray for us.

Saint Raphael the Archangel, pray for us.

Saints Joachim and Anne, pray for us.

Saints Caspar, Melchior, and Balthasar, pray for us.

Saint Francis of Paola, pray for us.