One Response to Fr. David Hewko Sermon – October 22, 2019 – Massachusetts

  1. Yes, the Church has been through many upheavals before but nothing like this. Ever. Fr. mentions Pope Gregory VII. He was alive during the period of clergy abuse addressed by St. Peter Damian. It is uncanny that his own long years of service to the Church mirrors Pope Benedict XVI’s own service. He died in exile:

    With so much truth pronounced in this sermon by dear Fr Hewko and G K Chesterton, the name “Pope Francis” grates like fingernails on a chalkboard. It’s like the Sesame Street’s “One of These Things” exercise. You know, “One of these things is not like the other; one of these things doesn’t belong. Can you tell which thing is not like the other?”

    Yes, good shepherds, we little ones in the pews can tell the difference. Stop driving us into the arms of Sede-ism by insisting never BiP and only FiP because “you can’t believe your eyes and ears, little ones. It’s good to throw Pachamommies in the Tiber and at the same time its necessary to call Francis Pope.”

    Say what?!

    True that, Fr. Hewko, “Maybe Our Blessed Mother is safer than many priests in this time.” Yet, she is not the visible focus of unity in the Catholic Church. That distinction belongs to Christ’s Vicar on Earth; thus the BiP evidence needs to be examined, Fr. Please examine it in full and pray the Prayer Against Oppression and ask Our Lady to blind satan while you examine the black-and-white evidence.

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