Heresies of Anti-Pope Francis I
(aka Jorge Mario Bergoglio)

“If anyone holds to one single one of these (heresies) he is not a Catholic.”
-- Pope Leo XIII (from Encyclical Satis Cognitum:28)

What is Heresy?

“Heresy consists in a stubborn denial of truths which have been defined and proposed by the Church as divinely revealed doctrines.” (Canon 1324-1325 of the 1917 Code of Canon Law). 

What must we believe?

“By the divine and Catholic Faith, all those things must be believed which are contained in the written Word of God and in tradition, and those which are proposed by the Church, either in a solemn pronouncement or in her ordinary and universal magisterium, to be believed as divinely revealed.” (Vatican Council I, Denzinger 1792) 

Who does not believe all those things taught by the Magisterium of the Church?

“Any baptized person who … obstinately denies or doubts any of the truths proposed for belief by divine and Catholic faith, is a heretic.”(C. 1325) 

Can a heretic be a valid Pope of the Roman Catholic Church?

No. The Papal Bull Cum ex apostolatus officio of Pope Paul IV teaches that: if anyone was a heretic before the Papal election, he could not be a valid pope, even if he is elected unanimously by the Cardinals. Canon 188.4 (1917 Code of Canon Law) teachers that : if a cleric (pope, bishop, etc.) becomes a heretic, he loses his office without any declaration by operation of law. St. Robert Bellarmine, St. Antonius, St. Francis deSales, St. Alphonsus Liguori, and many other tehologians all teach that a heretic cannot be a pope: “If however, God were to permit a pope to become a notoriously and contumacious heretic he would by such fact cease to be pope, and the apostolic chair would be vacant.” -- St. Alphonsus Liguori, Church Doctor: Verita bella Fede. Pt. iii, Ch.viii, 9-10.

Heresies of Anti-Pope Francis I

Heresies of Anti-Pope Francis I
(aka Jorge Mario Bergoglio)
Truth of Divine and Catholic Faith

Bergoglio respects Atheists...

“I do not approach the relationship in order to proselytize, or convert the atheist; I respect him… nor would I say that his life is condemned, because I am convinced that I do not have the right to make a judgment about the honesty of that person…”
Source: On Heaven and Earth, pp. 12-13

“Every one therefore that shall confess me before men, I will also confess him before my Father who is in heaven. But he that shall deny me before men, I will also deny him before my Father who is in heaven.”
Source: Matthew 10:32-33

Bergoglio on gay marriage and homosexuality

It has been documented and confirmed that Bergoglio favored homosexual civil unions when he was in Argentina.  He just didn’t want a homosexual civil union to be called a marriage.   It means that Bergoglio approved perverted and abominable sexual behavior that is condemned in Scripture and Catholic teaching.
Source: On Heaven and Earth, p. 117

“Thou shalt not lie with mankind as with womankind, because it is an abomination.”
Source: Leviticus 18:22

“If any one lie with a man as with a woman, both have committed an abomination, let them be put to death: their blood be upon them.”
Source: Leviticus 20:13


Bergoglio teaches that all Christian sects are saintly and equal.

On February 16, 2015 Francis said there are “outstanding saintly witnesses to Christ from various confessions ... It makes no difference whether they be Catholics, Orthodox, Copts or Protestants. They are Christians!”
Source: Address by Francis I to the Church of Scotland

“The teaching that there is no salvation outside the Catholic Church is a dogma of the Catholic faith. ”
Source: Suprema Haec Sacra, a letter from the Holy Office issued on August 8, 1949

Bergoglio on Islam

On July 10, 2013 in a message to Muslims for the end of Ramadan, Bergoglio said:

“… esteem and friendship for all Muslims, especially those who are religious leaders… Christians and Muslims, we are called to respect the religion of the other, its teachings, its symbols, its values.  Particular respect is due to religious leaders and to places of worship… think and speak respectfully of other religions and their followers, and to avoid ridiculing or denigrating their convictions and practices… Happy Feast to you all!”
Source: L’Osservatore Romano, August 7-14, 2013, p. 7

“It is heresy to say: all religions are true.”
Source: Pascendi, the Encyclical of Pope St. Pius X, Sept. 8, 1907
Bergoglio on the Jews

On November 8, 2012 Bergoglio was the keynote speaker and took active part in a Jewish religious ceremony in the cathedral in Buenos Aires, Argentina. This Jewish religious ceremony was again dedicated to honor deceased Jews.  The final candle commemorating deceased Jews was jointly lit by a rabbi and Bergoglio.  Under Bergoglio’s direction, memorial services honoring deceased Jews have been celebrated in so-called Catholic churches in Argentina every year since 1998.

“Not long ago I was in a synagogue taking part in a ceremony.  I prayed a lot and, while praying, I heard a phrase from one of the books of wisdom that had slipped my mind: ‘Lord, may I bear mockery in silence.’  It gave me much peace and joy.”
Source: Conversations With Jorge Bergoglio, p. 208

Jesus Christ says: “For if you believe not that I am He, you shall die in your sin.”
Source: John 8:24

The Catholic Church infallibly teaches that you must believe in Jesus Christ and have the Catholic faith for salvation. 


Bergoglio on other False Religions

On January 23, 2002, Bergoglio invited many different leaders of false religions to pray in the cathedral in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  The meeting included leaders from Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam and Judaism.  Bergoglio’s announcement during the meeting was that “every religious group will pray according to their faith, language and tradition, in full respect for others.”

“So, Venerable Brethren, it is clear why this Apostolic See has never allowed its subjects to take part in the assemblies of non-Catholics.”
Source: Pope Piux XI, in his encyclical Mortalium Animos, Jan 6, 1928

Bergoglio on the Death Penalty

“… there is now an increasing awareness of the immorality of the death penalty.”
Source: Conversations, p. 101

The Catholic Church has always supported the legitimacy of the death penalty for extremely grave crimes.

Bergoglio on Suicide

“There was a time when they did not perform funerals for those that committed suicide because they had not continued on towards the goal; they ended the path when they wanted to.  But I still respect the one who commits suicide; he is a person who could not overcome the contradictions in his life.  I do not reject him.”
Source: On Heaven and Earth, pp. 92-93

The 5th commandment forbids murder and suicide, and also fighting, anger, hatred, revenge, drunkenness, reckless driving, and bad example.
Source: The Ten Commandments

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Heresies of Anti-Pope Francis I
(aka Jorge Mario Bergoglio)
Truth of Divine and Catholic Faith