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Antipope Francis’ Notable Heresies and Apostasy from November 2015
Brother Michael Dimond Francis’ Recent Heresies
Francis declares that there is a common martyrdom between various denominations of “Christians”. This is blatant heresy. Pope Eugene IV declared that even if a non-Catholic sheds his blood for Christ, he will be lost forever. Francis then utters his often-repeated heresy that all the baptized are members of the same Body of Christ, His Church. At the Council of Florence, Pope Eugene IV defined infallibly that only Catholics are in the Body of Christ, which is the true Church. Heretics and schismatics are not in the Body of Christ. Francis’ teaching is the opposite of Pope Eugene IV’s infallible teaching at the Council of Florence. It is a huge heresy.
As we can see, Pope Pius XII also contradicts Francis’ heresy by teaching that only baptized persons “who profess the true faith” are “numbered among the members of the Church”.
Antipope Francis declares that a deceased heretical and schismatic Episcopalian “bishop” was “a just man”. That is a rejection of the necessity of the Catholic faith for justification and salvation, a defined dogma. Francis responds to a Protestant woman who wants to know if she can also receive “Communion” with her husband at a “Catholic” church. Francis “answers” by telling her, “I don’t know” but “speak with the Lord and go forward”. According to Francis, the Protestant woman should simply “speak with the Lord and go forward”. This clearly means that if she believes the answer “from the Lord” is to receive “Communion” (even though she isn’t a Catholic), this is what she should “go forward” and do, according to the heretic Francis.
Francis erroneously believes that non-Catholics are Christians. As a result, he holds that there are divisions among Christians. The Catholic Church teaches the opposite. The Catholic Church teaches that only Catholics are Christians. Therefore, Christians are not divided in faith, because all who belong to the Catholic Church possess the one Christian faith. Non-Catholics are heretics and are not Christians. Francis boasts of the “richness of common prayer” conducted between “Catholics” and non-Catholics. The Catholic Church, on the other hand, has always taught that to pray with non-Catholics who are committed and cling to their false beliefs is a mortal sin. The outrageous heretic Francis also announces his desire to reevaluate the Protestant “Reformation” and the infamous arch-heretic Martin Luther!
Antipope Francis declares that “Catholics” should “never!” attempt to convert non-Catholics in schools, even “Catholic” schools. He is an apostate.
Francis declares that the Catholic Church has “esteem for the followers of all religions”. This is religious indifferentism. Francis then declares that various false religious beliefs are “a source of enlightenment, wisdom and thus enrich the societies”. Demonic false religions and their false religious beliefs “enrich the societies”, according to the apostate antipope.
Francis first says that he visited Anglican “shrines” and their “martyrs”. Francis says the memory of Anglican “martyrs” is what gives the people their identity. He then says that the heretical “Evangelicals” are “doing good work”. Francis then mentions that he prayed in the mosque, and how the Imam joined him in his “popemobile” to ride around in the stadium. He is an apostate.
Francis encourages people to be a good imam or rabbi and says “that is their vocation”. This clearly means that Francis believes God moves people to be leaders of false religions! That is apostasy. Francis then utters one of his favorite heresies, which he mentions frequently, that “we are all children of God”. That is false. It is only through baptism and the true Catholic faith that we become children of God. Francis then says it’s wrong to believe you have the absolute truth! Francis also says that holding to fundamental (and therefore traditional Catholic) teachings is a “sickness”, “not religious”, and “idolatrous”. This is total apostasy.
Antipope Francis speaks repeatedly about the “values” in the false religion of Islam. He then condemns and asks “pardon” for all Catholic wars throughout history. Many popes approved of the Crusades. Antipope Francis is condemning the Crusades and all the popes who approved and authorized those wars.
God did not fail on the cross. Jesus achieved complete victory over the Devil and won our redemption.
Francis says that those who worship false gods can “live in peace” while they remain in a constant state of damnation.
Francis’ visit to Africa “would not be complete” if it didn’t include his “encounter” with Muslims in the mosque.
Francis praises the removal of the excommunications against the “Orthodox”. The Catholic Church’s condemnation of the schism and the heresies of the Eastern “Orthodox” schismatics are “painful memories” for him. That’s because he is a heretic. The “Orthodox” have been and are excommunicated from the true Church because they hold heretical and schismatic positions. They remain excommunicated. Antipope Francis claims these historical Catholic condemnations have now been “consigned to oblivion”. He is not a Catholic, and he is not the pope.
 L’Osservatore Romano, November 6, 2015, p. 3.
 L’Osservatore Romano, November 20, 2015, pp. 8-9.
 L’Osservatore Romano, November 20, 2015, pp. 8-9.
 L’Osservatore Romano, November 27, 2015, p. 3.
 L’Osservatore Romano, November 27, 2015, p. 8.
 L’Osservatore Romano, December 4, 2015, pp. 4-5.
 L’Osservatore Romano, December 4, 2015, p. 11.
 L’Osservatore Romano, December 4, 2015, p. 18.
 L’Osservatore Romano, December 4, 2015, p. 21.
 L’Osservatore Romano, December 4, 2015, p. 23.
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