The question that has lingered since the questionable resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and your election as Pope has been, ‘Are you truly a man of God who will act appropriately as the Pope and Bishop of Rome, a globalist puppet, or, indeed, a Satan-inspired globalist?’ ~ A. J. Cameron
I was first drawn to the Catholic Church after reading Ann Barnhardt’s most eloquently inspiring description of the Eucharist. It was one of the most powerfully moving experiences of my life. Reading her words, I realized in the miracle of Transubstantiation, the only true light of absolute infallibility…a light that could never be dowsed, even by its highest custodian!
Sometime shortly after that experience I found myself ostracized within the closest of circles for my standing with the Boy Scouts at the time they were being viciously attacked for their policy regarding homosexuality. I have never felt so alone, ever. Coincidently, this happened at the precise moment that the Archbishop of New York, Timothy Dolan, was breaking bread and sipping wine with the very man I would argue is the greatest enemy of the Church on American soil. The indelible image of the beaming bishop, flanked by Romney and Obama at the Al Smith Dinner conjured a deep reflection in me. I wondered what it would have been like for my 4th Great Grandfather Andrew Murray during that horrible winter of 1777, had he somehow witnessed his General Washington basking in the lavish comfort and hospitality of his gracious host King George! Could any mortal man hold that image and endure what lie ahead? I would say, well beyond unlikely, impossible!
Since this time I have had countless discussions regarding the reign of Pope Francis. The best I can say for those who continue to support this papacy, it is the most stubborn defense I have ever witnessed, and I’ve witnessed a few in my 62 years! I encourage you to read this letter that sums up perfectly what my heart has carried for these past six and a half years, and search your own heart for the answer to Mr. Cameron’s question above!
And then, as one commenter puts it so succinctly, “we really, really, really need to pray!”