… There is Jorge Mario Bergoglio; there is not Peter

… the God of whom Bergoglio speaks is not one who forgives but rather one who removes all blame

… “The Church must accompany with attention and care the weakest of her children” (Ch. 8, para. 291). I’m sorry, but that’s not how it is. The Church must convert sinners

… a fellow traveler who lets things go and says, “Who am I to judge?”

… God has no rights, only duties

… man does not have any duties, but only rights

… the first and fundamental form of mercy that belongs to him and to him alone

… has made Peter evaporate and put himself in the foreground

… a “god” who is not a father but a companion

… “Woe, when all men speak well of you” (Lk 6:26)

… was speaking not in a personal capacity but together with all his predecessors and the same Holy Spirit

… he would always teach the same doctrine and condemn the same errors

… they applauded not so much the one who was on the holy throne at that moment but rather the papacy

… does not like to present himself as the successor of the prince of the Apostles, and who has put the title “Vicar of Christ” into the background in the Annuario Pontificio



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