Neon Nettle: As a huge backlash against George Soro’s open border agenda rises throughout Europe, more recently with refugees being turned away from Italy, a powerful Catholic Cardinal along with a group of conservatives are preparing to take down Pope Francis.
At the epicenter of the new fight is Steve Bannon, along with Italy’s new interior minister Matteo Salvini and American Cardinal Raymond Burke, all of whom are fiercely opposed to Pope Francis’s liberal open-border policies.
Francis has consistently expressed criticism of secure borders, even advocating unchecked migration – more recently calling President Trump “un-Christian” for wanting to build his wall. more …
Opinion: A potential schism?
The East–West Schism, also called the Great Schism and the Schism of 1054, was the break between what are now the Catholic Church and Eastern Orthodox churches, which has lasted since the 11th century.
What is unusual about this is not the liberal Francis vs. the conservative wing of Catholicism. It is unusual for a Jesuit to be the one causing the potential break because Jesuits are all about uniting all Christianity under the authority of the Catholic pontiffs. Jesuits call it ecumenism and Francis is the first Jesuit pontiff.
The centuries-old process called ecumenism was conceived in the Vatican as a counter-Reformation movement to cause the downfall of the Protestant church. Since his papacy began, Francis has been hard at work mending ties with Anglican and Eastern Orthodox denominations, despite his many anti-Biblical remarks:
- Homosexuality “Who am I to judge?” violates Romans 1:27
- Atheists “We must meet one another doing good.” “But I don’t believe, Father, I am an atheist!” “But do good: we will meet one another there.” violating Psalm 14:1
- “We are all children of God” in direct violation of John 1:12-13.
Now Francis appears to be breaking up the church he heads. If he wins, the outcome could bring liberal progressive Protestant denominations under his control.
Next up – Vatican wars.