Sunday, December 27, 2015
Who is the Catholic Church’s Mortal Enemy? Pope Francis, Natch
Excerpted by Nicholas Stix
Pope Francis, “Migrants,” and Christendom: His Preaching is Not the Church’s Teaching
By Henry McCulloch
December 26, 2015, 9:25 p.m.
In his Christmas Eve homily, Pope Francis said: “May God repay all those, both individuals and states, who generously work to provide assistance and welcome to the numerous migrants and refugees, helping them to build a dignified future for themselves and for their dear ones, and to be integrated in the societies which receive them.” [Pope Francis’s Christmas message: full text, Catholic Herald, December 25, 2015. VDARE.com emphases added throughout this article] Actually, the U.S. taxpayer already gets to “repay” the povertycrats at Catholic Charities, a particularly notorious (and intolerant) Treason Lobby refugee racket. But more importantly, as a Catholic I can’t help but notice that Pope Francis’s simplistic moral posturing is not consistent with the traditional teaching of the Church.
And as a Westerner, I know if what was once called Christendom does as he asks, it will mean the end of our nations and culture….
[Read the whole thing at VDARE.]