Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Bergoglio eats crow over Barros

“I have made serious mistakes in the judgement and perception of the situation, especially due to a lack of truthful and balanced information.”


Thus, Jorge Bergoglio, Bishop of Rome admits his grievous error stemming from his own pride and arrogance not to believe the truth when it was given to him.

He insulted the victims in his own pitiful rage.

Shame on him.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Notice the softening of his own lash..."due to a lack of truthful and balanced information.”

Michael said...

It’s a start, but I would like him to say he was wrong in removing Bp. Finn as well.

Justina said...

Blame the facts! It's all their fault. If they had only been up front with Francis in the first place, this never would have happened. Look, we know he received notification of what was going on in plenty of time to do something about it, which is the only reason he's trying to save face in the first place.

How about some due diligence on his part? How about not calling people "dumb," when they're trying to tell him something?

And, while we're at it,how about directing some of this newfound introspection towards the problem of--say--the Dubia? If Bergoglio is capable of making grave mistakes about Barros, why not about Amoris, too?

It is the mark of a fraudulent person that they only "apologize" when they absolutely have to, and when it is in their own self-interest to do so.

susan said...

He got caught with no other way out. The truth was manifestly obvious to everybody once the story took flight and spread like wildfire, and yet he still doubled-down on the lie. He knew all along. He finally got shoved up against the wall with no way to cover his butt or sweep it under the rug, so he gives an half-azzed 'apology'-blaming it ultimately on 'those other guys who gave me untruthful and unbalanced information'. How 'bout he admits his egregious error in the FFI persecution?..."soon, soon"....yeah riiiight.

Ana Milan said...

This is not a proper apology. He lays the blame on others for his blatant support of his sodomite pals over their persecuted victims & doesn’t refer to the letter ++O’Malley handed to him (on camera) signed by the Chilean victims of Bishops Barros & Karadima, preferring to slander them in a press interview on the return flight to Rome.

PF is a disgrace to the Papal Office & must be told so officially. He needs to be be publicly warned by the College of Cardinals that if he persists in signing the purported deal with the Communist Regime in China (literally the death warrant of Chinese Catholics) they will hold him in contempt of the Papal Office. They should also rein him in about his opinion that Hell does not exist & evil souls would just be annihilated. This is heresy & a scandal to all Christians.

Ralph Engelen said...

That is not an excuse at all. He insulted the victims because others didn't inform him well. That's so lame. He should make excuses for everything he did and said during his entire unholy pontificate and just bugger off.

Dan said...

Worst apology ever! He's an embarrassment.

Anonymous said...

What? No promise to rectify the situation???

Anonymous said...

You have to understand narcissist speak. It's never their fault. It was the lack of facts, another person, the moon wasn't aligned with the sun properly. Welcome the world of dealing with a narcissist.

Anonymous said...

Where and when did his humbleness say this? Is there video of him actually apologizing so we can hear the tone of it and watch his body language. Can a pope hear his own confession?

DisturbedMary

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

But he told us he is led by the Holy Spirit in everything!

Bagz more said...

That's right Bergoglio blame everyone but yourself. You are a bloody disgrace.

Kathleen1031 said...

Odious, odious, man. Can we be grateful he is a lumbering ox stampeding through the Church, and not a more sly and cunning type, who knows how to sneak in his destruction a bit at a time? A weird thing to be grateful for, but never in our imagination would we have dreamed up such a colossal papal bull in a china shop. The conclave of destroyers could hardly have found a more suitable minion to wreck the church. No wonder they had to get BXVI out of there, lest this guy pass before they could get him in!
The Cardinals need to man up and get him out. Sooner or later he's going to cost them too much. (I have no illusions they care about anything else.) Declare that prior conclave invalid, and quick as Bob's yer uncle, all his opinions and encyclicals and pronouncements will be blown away like dandelion seeds.

Justina said...

Last night on Raymond Arroyo's program, Robert Royal stated that the Barros apology is commendable, because it is hard to have to own up to making that big of a mistake, and that Bergoglio has taken "full responsibility" for what went wrong.

Poor, noble Pope Francis! How he suffers, having to face reality eventually (when his feet are held to the fire, that is). And if what Bergoglio said constitutes "taking full responsibility," then Amoris Laetitia is an absolutely orthodox expression of Catholic doctrine and thought. What a crock!

Sometimes you wonder. Arroyo himself started off the whole show with the usual tribute to how Gaudete et Expectorate contains wonderful insights about achieving sanctity, even if there are also, admittedly, several problematic sections as well.

No, it doesn't. Bergoglianism has altered, and even inverted, what holiness itself is supposed to mean. In light of Amoris (which is how everything is supposed to be evaluated from now on, on pain of suffering the fate of Cardinal Burke and Father Weinandy and Henry Sire), the Commandmemts cannot and indeed should not necessarily be followed. G & E says something amorphous about "dying and rising with Jesus" instead. But Our Lord says that unless you eat the Flesh of the Son of Man and drink of his Blood, you shall not have life within you. Bergoglio is now officially teaching that you can.

WHY do we always have to hear what's "good" about what Pope Francis is saying or doing, as an automatic prelude to even the slightest criticism? Until Amoris is either retracted (by its author) or nullified (by the universal Church), whatever he says and does must be rejected as morally poisoned. Jesus Christ is the vine, and we are the branches. Cut off from Him, even his own Vicar on earth--if that is what Jorge Bergoglio still is, or ever was--can do nothing.

Nothing at all.