Saturday, May 19, 2018

St. Paul VI? Are you kidding me?

The Vatican announced that Pope VI will be canonized in October. How can this be? Read both these books and be sure to have a bottle of Pepto-Bismol right by your side when you do.

   

4 comments:

M. Prodigal said...

I know. Like some sort of a bad joke. But this whole pontificate seems to be like that or a bad dream or something...

allandan500 said...

It's a joke, a demonic joke.

Sam Sham said...

This is not a canonization of Paul VI. Neither were John XXIII and JPII. These are "canonizations" of Vatican II, to legitimize that horrible, modernist error.

Fred said...

You are recommending two good books. But Paul VI will be canonized because he was the pope of Vatican II. Any pope closely or remotely connected with Vatican II will be canonized. I now regard canonizations as a joke. And thanks to John Paul II for canonizing the founder of Opus Dei, Josemaria Escriva, because in doing so he virtually gave permission to the faithful to ignore all future canonizations.