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And here is the last of the three re-blogs for today. I think that the three post taken together provide you dear reader with a very accurate picture of Francis and his papacy.

Tomorrow I will be back, hopefully with something original. So stay tuned. 😉

The Deus Ex Machina Blog

Commenting on the post Silencing the Catholic Opposition (see here)], a friend of this blog, IndigusFamulus writes:

[Issues raised in the post are]… All at the heart of the crisis we face today in the Church, regarding the salvation of souls. We turn to Sacred Scripture, to shine the light of truth on all that is false about it.

By identifying the ends of ALL Catholic undertakings as the ‘salvation of souls’, IndignusFamulus explicitly anchors the “salvation of souls” as the objective of the Great Commission.

Just a quick reminder, the Great Commission is revealed to the followers of Christ in the Gospel of Matthew 28:16–20, where on a mountain in Galilee Jesus calls on his followers to baptize all nations in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This has been the mission of the Church as given to it by its Founder, and every generation…

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