“I am the light of the world. He that followeth me, walketh not in darkness” (Jn.VIII, 12)
Since faith is one, it must be professed in all its purity and integrity". Pope Francis/Pope Benedict
Tuesday, 21 February 2017
Bishop McElroy: His Address to the "World Meeting of Popular Movements" is an act of heresy and apostasy!
Let us review the speech given to the "World Meeting of Popular Movements". His speech is not reflective of a Catholic bishop, but that of a secular politician. His words could be those of a freemason. Our Lord Jesus Christ is mentioned only ONCE and that is conjunction with other false "faiths", including the "prophet" Mohommed (whom the Catholic Church has always taught and continues to teach is a precursor of the Antichrist).
McElroy's speech is nothing but "horizontal Christianity;, a false, secular, humanistic ideology that uses a few Christian words to trap the unwary. It is very interesting that this political speech was given before a number of extremely well paid lay "luminaries", who draw enormous salaries as professional "do-gooders". An example of a luminary was Carolyn Woo who was paid in excess of $2 million working for Catholic Relief Services. This organization, run by the USCCB, has received literally billions of US taxpayers money. They are but one of many. Follow the money dear reader and you will begin to understand why these apostate do-nothing bishops can rage over "immigration", yet remain virtually silent on the horror of our time: abortion.
MODESTO, Calif., Feb. 18, 2017 – The Most Rev. Robert W. McElroy, head of the Roman Catholic Diocese of San Diego, today delivered the following comments at the U.S. Regional World Meeting of Popular Movements [Funded by the Nazi-collaborating Jewish billionaire and vehment hater of the Catholic Church, George Soros. Nothing like taking money from the Jewish High Priest to re-crucify Christ in His Church] during a panel discussion on the barriers marginalized people face in housing and work.
For the past century, from the worker movements of Catholic action in France, Belgium and Italy to Pope John XXXIII’s call to re-structure the economies of the world in “Mater et Magistra,”[Don't try to compare what Pope John wrote to your nonsense. I have read Pope John, you are distorting his teaching] to the piercing missionary message of the Latin American Church [Really? I thought Liberation Theology was condemned by the Church], the words “see,” “judge” and “act” have provided a powerful pathway for those who seek to renew the temporal order, in the light of the Gospel and justice.
As the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace described this pathway, it lies in “seeing clearly the situation, judging with principles that foster the integral development of people and acting in a way which implements these principles in the light of everyone’s unique situation.”
There is no greater charter for this gathering taking place here in Modesto in these days than the simple but rich architecture of these three words: “see,” “judge” and “act.” Yet these words -- which carry with them such a powerful history of social transformation [Interesting words for a Catholic bishop] around the world in service to the dignity of the human person -- must be renewed and re-examined at every age and seen against the background of those social, economic and political forces in each historical moment.[Indeed, the political forces of Freemasonry and the 2000 year enemy of Christ, c.f. John 8:44]
In the United States we stand at a pivotal moment as a people and a nation, in which bitter divisions cleave our country and pollute our national dialogue.[Indeed your country does, but not because Mr. Trump is going to build a wall. No, the pivotal moment is the murder in the wombs of their mothers, millions upon millions of helpless, innocent babies].
In our reflections in these days, here, we must identify the ways in which our very ability to see, judge and act on behalf of justice is being endangered by cultural currents which leave us isolated, embittered and angry. We must make the issues of jobs, housing, immigration, economic disparities and the environment, foundations for common efforts rather than of division.[We are united in Christ Your Excellency, not in any other way] We must see prophetic words and prophetic actions which produce unity and cohesion and we must do so in the spirit of hope which is realistic. For as Pope Francis stated to the meeting in Bolivia: “You are sowers of change,” and sowers never lose hope. [Not ONE WORD about ABORTION. I guess killing babies is not much a concern for you, is it your Excellency?]
First, “see clearly the situation.” One of the most striking elements of “Laudato Si” is his clear and bold analysis of the empirical realities that threaten the Earth which is our common home. “Seeing the situation clearly” is the whole foundation for that encyclical. It is the starting point for transformative justice. Pope Francis was unafraid to venture into this controversial set of questions about climate change and the environment despite the fact that massive social and economic forces [Forces that you and your friends take money from. Bishop McElroy, you and your fellow bishops are bought shills] especially within our own country, have conspired to obscure the scientific realities of climate change and environmental degradation, in the very same way that the tobacco companies obscured for decades the medical science pertaining to smoking.[What about the dangers of contraception? Nothing to say about this?]
There is a lesson for us here, as agents of change and justice. Never be afraid to speak the truth. [I agree, that is why I am DENOUNCING YOU!] Always find your foundation for reflection and action in the fullness of empirical reality. Design strategies for change upon ever fuller dissemination of truths [Wait a moment, I thought there was only ONE TRUTH? Are you now admitting you are a relativist, your Excellency?] , even when they seem inconvenient to the cause.
This is an especially important anchor for us, in an age in which truth itself is under attack.[Indeed it is, and by you and fellow shills of International Finance and Freemasonry]
Pope Benedict lamented the diminishment of attention to the importance of objective truth in public life and discourse. [Don't bring Pope Benedict into this, surely have some respect] Now we come to a time when alternate facts compete with real facts, and whole industries have arisen to shape public opinion in destructively isolated and dishonest patterns. [Indeed they have: public manipulation by Freemasonry and their lackeys behind whom lurks the Synagogue of Satan c.f. John 8:44] The dictum “see clearly the situation” has seldom been more difficult in our society in the United States.
Yet the very realities which our speakers this morning have all pointed to in capturing the depth of marginalization in housing, work and economic equality within the United States point us toward the clarification and the humanization of truth, which leads to a deeper grasp of the realities of injustice and marginalization that confront our nation. [Sin is the cause of injustice Bishop McElroy, you have failed to mention "SIN" in this tirade of yours, haven't you?]
As Pope Francis underscored in his words to the Popular Movements in Bolivia, “When we look into the eyes of the suffering, when they see the faces of the endangered campesino, the poor laborer, the downtrodden native, the homeless family, the persecuted migrant, the unemployed young person and the exploited child, we have seen and heard not a cold statistic but the pain of a suffering humanity, our own pain, our own flesh.”[NOT ONE WORD ABOUT ABORTION. How sad. You are also strangely silent on millions of millions of normal unemployed Americans. DO you not care about their plight? You are a heartless man, cruel and vicious. Soft on doctrine, yet hard and vicious on people]
One of the most important elements of your work as agents of justice in our midst in this country in this day in this moment, is to help our society as a whole become more attuned to this reality of humanized truth, through narrative and witness, listening and solidarity. In this way, you not only witness to the truth through the lives and experiences of the marginalized, you help us all to see the most powerful realities of our world in greater depth. [Indeed, such as your financial manipulator, the Nazi-collaborator, anti-Catholic, Jewish billionaire, George Soros].
Those realities embrace both scientific findings and stories of tragedy, economic analysis and the tears of the human heart. “See clearly the situation” is not merely a step in your work on behalf of justice, it shapes everything that you do to transform our world.
Secondly, “judging with principles to foster integral development.” The fundamental political question of our age is whether our economic structures and systems in the United States will enjoy ever greater freedom or whether they will be located effectively within a juridical structure which seeks to safeguard the dignity of the human person [No mention of abortion?] and the common good of our nation. [Abortion ??]
In that battle, the tradition of Catholic social teaching is unequivocally on the side of strong governmental [Just how "strong" do you wish to make the government, Bishop McElroy?] and societal protections for the powerless, the worker, the homeless, the hungry, those without decent medical care, the unemployed.[Notice not ONE MENTION of ABORTION. Incredible] This stance of the Church’s teaching flows from the teaching of the Book of Genesis [Yes, but not for the reasons you lay out]: The creation is the gift of God to all of humanity. Thus in the most fundamental way, there is a universal destination for all of the material goods that exist in this world [which is?]. Wealth is a common heritage, not at its core a right of lineage or acquisition. [Are you describing a Monastery which all members for the glory of God hold all things freely in common; or are you proposing a communist dictatorship which an elite will impose by force making everyone "equal" (except themselves, of course). I think readers know where His Excellency wishes to take society]
For this reason, free markets do not constitute a first principle of economic justice [True, but not for the reasons you lay out]. Their moral worth is instrumental in nature and must be structured by government to accomplish the common good. ["The working man, too, has interests in which he should be protected by the State; and first of all, there are the interests of his soul" Leo XIII Rerum Novarum. The holy Pope continues..." ..."in order to supersede undue interference on the part of the State, especially as circumstances, times, and localities differ so widely, it is advisable that recourse be had to societies or boards such as We shall mention presently, or to some other mode of safeguarding the interests of the wage-earners; the State being appealed to, should circumstances require, for its sanction and protection". You are therefore WRONG again, Bishop McElroy].
In Catholic teaching, the very rights which are being denied in our society to large numbers of those who live in our nation are intrinsic human rights in Catholic teaching: The right to medical care; to decent housing; to the protection of human life, from conception [Mere tokenism: you cannot use the word "abortion"] to natural death [You cannot use the word, "euthanasia"?]; of the right to food; of the right to work.[Your little list would seem that the right to medical attention etc... is more important than stopping the murder of millions of babies] Catholic teaching sees these rights not merely as points for negotiation, provided only if there is excess in society after the workings of the free market system accomplished their distribution of the nation’s wealth. Rather, these rights are basic claims which every man, woman and family has upon our nation as a whole.
These are the fundamental principles which the Church points to as the basis for judgement for every political and social program that structures economic life within the United States.[You are correct for the wrong reasons. The Church does indeed judge politics and economics, and you stand CONDEMNED. c.f. Pius IX, Leo XIII, etc.] And they are supplemented in Catholic teaching by a grave suspicion about enormous levels of economic inequality in society. [Such as the economic power of the Nazi-collaborator, Jewish anti-Catholic billionaire backer of your "Popular Movement", George Soros] Pope Francis made clear the depth of this suspicion two years ago. “Inequality,” he said, “is the root of social evil.” [Actually, sin is the root cause. Apparently, you do not like to talk about "sin". Economic exploitation is due to sin, Your Excellency. It is sin that causes a man to not pay his worker a just wage, such as the economic exploitation of workers by your Nazi-collaborator, Jewish, Anti-Catholic financial backer, billionaire, George Soros (e.g. when he speculated against the British Pound, ruining millions of pensioners)].
In his encyclical “The Joy of the Gospel,” Francis unmasked inequality as the foundation for a process of exclusion that cuts immense segments of society off from meaningful participation in social, political and economic life, as we have all heard this morning. It gives rise to a financial system that rules rather than serves humanity and a capitalism that literally kills those who have no utility as consumers [Such as your financial manipulator, the Nazi-collaborator, anti-Catholic, Jewish billionaire George Soros]
Now, when I quote the Pope that “this economy kills,” people very often say to me, “Oh come on, that’s just an exaggeration; it’s a form of speech.”
I want to do an experiment with you. I want you to sit back in your chair for a moment. And close your eyes, and I want you to think of someone you have known that our economy has killed: A senior who can’t afford medicine or rent; a mother or father who is dying, working two and three jobs, really dying because even then they can’t provide for their kids; young people who can’t find their way in the world in which there is no job for them, and they turn to drugs, and gangs and suicide. Think of one person you know that this economy has killed. [I can think of the millions of Brits financially destroyed by your friend George Soros through his currency manipulation. While we are on the subject of killing, I can think of tens of millions of babies murdered in their mothers' wombs, aided and abetted by you and your fellow bishops' silence]
Now mourn them. [You HYPOCRITE!]
And now call out their name; let all the world know that this economy kills. [You loathsome man. How can you say this with a straight face when before you sit millionaire professional "do-gooders", who are pocketing money that rightfully belongs to the poor?!]
For Catholic social teaching, the surest pathway to economic justice is the provision of meaningful and sustainable work for all men and women capable of work. [No, it is a return to Our Lord Jesus Christ] The “Compendium of the Social Doctrine of the Church” states, “Economic and social imbalances in the world of work must be addressed by restoring a just hierarchy of values and placing the dignity of workers before all else.”
In work, the Church proclaims, men and women find not only the most sustainable avenue to economic security but also become co-creators with God in the world in which we live. Work is thus profoundly a sacred reality. It protects human dignity even as it spiritually enriches that dignity. If we truly are in our work co-creators with God, don’t we think that deserves at least $15 an hour? [Why $15? What about $3.57, $14.21? or, $23.57? But, I digress. Please explain how your friend, Carolyn Woo was being paid well over $200/hr for "helping the poor?]
Number three: Acting. After the panel yesterday, when the panelists were asked in one word how they would summarize their message, I tried to think, what is the “act” that summarizes how we must act in this moment?
And I came up with two words. The first, sadly, has been provided by our past election. President Trump was the candidate of “disruption.” He was “the disruptor,” he said. [Ah, so it is all about Donald Trump!]
Well now, we must all become disruptors [Are you proposing public disorder, Your Excellency? I believe you can end up in jail. Needless, to say, you do not encourage "disruption" when it comes time to killing babies] We must disrupt those who would seek to send troops into our streets to deport the undocumented, to rip mothers and fathers from their families. We must disrupt those who portray refugees as enemies rather than our brothers and sisters in terrible need. We must disrupt those who train us to see Muslim men, women and children as forces of fear rather than as children of God [You are lying again] . We must disrupt those who seek to rob our medical care, especially from the poor. We must disrupt those who would take even food stamps and nutrition assistance from the mouths of children.[You like talking about food, don't you? When are YOU going to stop indulging in gluttony? Just look in the mirror, Your Excellency]
But we, as people of faith, as disciples of Jesus Christ [This could mean anything. Jehovah's Witnesses claim to be "disciples" as well] , as children of Abraham [Is this how you call Jews to conversion? Is this all you can utter to the followers of Talmudic Judaism, which is the Synagogue of Satan? Is this how you approach Jews who will one day proclaim the Antichrist as the "Messiah"? Do you not fear for their souls? ] , as followers of the Prophet Muhammad [JUST A MINUTE!! Mohommed was a "prophet"?! The Church teaches revelation ended with the death of St. John. You are either an Apostate, or you are a liar, and deceiving Muslims who live in error and darkness: which is it, Your Excellency?] of people of all faiths and no faith, we cannot merely be disruptors, we also have to be rebuilders. [No, your Excellency, there is only ONE FAITH, the Catholic FAITH. ALL others live is error and darkness. If not, then Our Lord died in vain. YOU, BISHOP MCELROY ARE A SCHISMATIC, HERETIC AND APOSTATE].
We have to rebuild this nation so that we place at its heart the service to the dignity of the human person and assert what that flag behinds us asserts is our heritage [Just a moment Your Excellency! I thought our humanity and "heritage" was asserted by our being incorporated into Christ. But you believe in "faiths", and I gather that one "faith" is based on the "flag". This is Americanism, this is heresy]: Every man, woman and child is equal in this nation and called to be equal. [As children of God Your Excellency!]
We must rebuild a nation in solidarity, what Catholic teaching calls the sense that all of us are the children of the one God [Too little, too late, Your Excellency], there are no children of a lesser god in our midst. That all of us are called to be cohesive and embrace one another and see ourselves as graced by God. We are called to rebuild our nation which does pay $15 an hour in wages [No! I want the wage to be raised to $57.23 an hour!!!] , and provides decent housing, clothing [Ah yes, all the Chinese clothing that is being sold in your country and destroying millions of jobs. Nothing to say about that Your Excellency?] and food for those who are poorest [If you gave up some of YOUR food, perhaps to the local food bank, you could help the poor and improve your health] . And we need to rebuild our Earth, which is so much in danger by our own industries.[Do you not know which countries are actually polluting the earth? It is not America, nor Canada, nor western Europe].
So let us see and judge and act.[I agree. I judge YOU a disgrace to the Catholic priesthood and Episcopate. I demand that you ACT and RESIGN: IMMEDIATELY!]
Let us disrupt and rebuild. [I agree. The Church needs rebuilding. Resign, BIshop McElroy!]
And let us do God’s work [God's work is SAVING SOULS!!!]