Keeping informed – An accusation of heresy

It is likely that Christians in every age have felt that as sane men and women they were living in a madhouse. This seems to be the case for us today.

Jude 20,21

20 But you, beloved, building yourselves up on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit,  21 keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life.

22 And on some have compassion, making a distinction; 23 but others save with fear, pulling them out of the fire, hating even the garment defiled by the flesh.

Revelation 17:1,2

17 Then one of the seven angels who had the seven bowls came and talked with me, saying to me, “Come, I will show you the judgment of the great harlot who sits on many waters, with whom the kings of the earth committed fornication, and the inhabitants of the earth were made drunk with the wine of her fornication.”

Luther's statue at the Vatican - 01

“Luther’s statue enthroned at the Vatican,” credit: Church Revolution in Pictures.

Roman Catholic Leaders Send Letter to Pope, Accusing Him of Heresies

Pulpit & Pen Newsroom

“A letter twenty-five pages long laid out the perceived heresies committed, taught or espoused by Pope Francis, was signed by 40 Roman Catholic Leaders and delivered to him to consider . . . Accusing Francis of being influenced by Luther, the document says…

‘In the second place, we feel compelled by conscience to advert to Your Holiness’s unprecedented sympathy for Martin Luther, and to the affinity between Luther’s ideas on law, justification, and marriage, and those taught or favoured by Your Holiness in Amoris laetitia and elsewhere necessary in order that our protest against the seven heretical propositions listed in this document may be complete; we wish to show, albeit in summary form, that these are not unrelated errors, but rather form part of a heretical system. . .’”

(Click title to read the article.) 

To download the letter Correctio Fillialis de Haeresibus Propogatus, in pdf format, click here. The letter translates ‘A filial correction concerning the propagation of heresies.’

Further reading:

62 Catholic scholars and clergy send letter to pope Francis accusing him of “propagating heresies”

Correctio Filialis De Haeresibus Propagatis website


11 thoughts on “Keeping informed – An accusation of heresy

  1. Oh my! I laughed at the end of the post because it said just what I was thinking from the beginning of it-did these papists mail it or post it on the door? I see it was emailed and is blocked from view by the citizens of Vatican City.

    Could the reason that the RCC-lite Lutherans are so quick to join with the pope in ecumenical unity be because of the pope’s affinity to Luther, even erecting a statue of him in the Vatican? It remains to be seen if there will be prayers offered up to it…maybe the first one could be for these erring papists! Luther, Saint of papal heresies…

    Have a blessed day, sis! \o/

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  2. What a classic case of the “pot calling the kettle black”; this is a joke to those who have eyes to see, which most professing “Christians” do not have. Although nothing was stated as to the exact ‘heresy’ of the pope, you can book it that no one will call him out on Mary worship, or any of the other cardinal heresies of the RCC; their ‘complaint’ likely centers around their centuries old ‘traditions’ which are forever at odds with the Word of God. As for Luther, this is no surprise, rather another ploy to deceive those that are so easily deceived which is 95% +++ of professing Christendom. The “Protestant Movement” died with the introduction of the Jesuit free will heresy so readily accepted then and more so now—hence the ever growing number of ‘flavors’ from which to choose. The current “in-fighting” will likely turn out to be a publicity stunt to the praise of the antichrist pope who will ‘save the day’ and reunite the rebels under his control once again. Do not be deceived, beloved brethren.


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  3. Thanks for the reference, Maria! It will be quite interesting to see where this all leads to because there is no conceivable middle ground between Francis and the conservatives on this communion for remarried divorcees issue..

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