Is Pope Francis blaming the Holy Spirit for the post-Vatican II decline of the Catholic Church?

The pope asked if Catholics have opened themselves to “that continuity of the church’s growth” that the council signified. The answer, he said, is “no.”

Catholics seemed willing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the council’s opening in 1962, he said, but they want to do so by “building a monument” rather than by changing anything.

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Editor’s note: With all due respect, Holy Father … there were plenty of radical changes after the Council … almost all of them detrimental to the life of the Catholic Church. The Holy Spirit infallibly guides the Church, from age to age. You and your fellow bishops were the people who changed all the wrong stuff, so as to make identifying the true Church of Jesus Christ … and its’ authentic teachings … virtually impossible, for many … leading to widespread decline and corruption! Now you have to deal with it. Please do so honestly!

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  1. Further proof here–in even such a short (so far) reign–that Pope Francis is a total creature of the disaster aka Vatican II. Even more so than his predecessor.

    Bad news for the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church that continues to be so disastrously misled.


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