Vatican Refuses to Disavow Pope’s Alleged Denial of Hell, in a previous statement this Pope claims having a relationship with Christ is dangerous...

HNewsWire- With POPE Francis at least we know who he stands with, what most people knew about the Catholic Church has now been verified from Pope Francis, unlike his predecessors who were unwilling to acknowledge the Catholic Church is evil, Pope Francis leaves no room for doubt.

CONFIRMING HIS ROLE AS ANTICHRIST, POPE FRANCIS SPITS IN JESUS’ FACE AND DEFIANTLY DECLARES THAT ‘THERE IS NO HELL”
Scalfari says to the Pope, "Your Holiness, in our previous meeting you told me that our species will disappear in a certain moment and that God, still out of his creative force, will create new species. You have never spoken to me about the souls who died in sin and will go to hell to suffer it for eternity. You have however spoken to me of good souls, admitted to the contemplation of God. But what about bad souls? Where are they punished?" Pope Francis says, "They are not punished, those who repent obtain the forgiveness of God and enter the rank of souls who contemplate him, but those who do not repent and cannot therefore be forgiven disappear. There is no hell, there is the disappearance of sinful souls."

Side note: organized religion is an abomination to the word of God, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian, Mormons, Jehovah witness,Church of England, and of course the Catholic Church, the list goes on, ungodly doctrine that has Penetrated Christchurch, we are close to seeing the beginning of the end for evil churches. Pharisees, Sadducees and evil so-called ministers, your day is drawing near.

THE VATICAN HIRES HIGH-POWERED GLOBAL LAW FIRM TO PUNISH AND SILENCE ALL CRITICS OF POPE FRANCIS

The belief that heaven or an afterlife awaits us is a "fairy story" for people afraid of death, Stephen Hawking, the ungodly are celebrated

Francis reportedly told an atheist reporter friend “There is no hell.”
This is a clean break from 2,000 years of Catholic teaching.

The Vatican later today released a statement saying they could “neither confirm nor deny” the pope made these remarks to his atheist friend.

Pat Buchanan weighed in on the controversial remarks today at World Net Daily:

On the first Holy Thursday, Judas betrayed Christ. And of Judas the Lord said, “Woe to that man by whom the Son of Man shall be betrayed; it were better for him if that man had never been born.”

Did the soul of Judas, and those of the monstrous evildoers of history, “just fade away,” as Gen. Douglas MacArthur said of old soldiers? If there is no hell, is not the greatest deterrent to the worst of sins removed?

What did Christ die on the cross to save us from?

If Francis made such a statement, it would be rank heresy.

Had the pope been speaking ex cathedra, as the vicar of Christ on earth, he would be contradicting 2,000 years of Catholic doctrine, rooted in the teachings of Christ himself. He would be calling into question papal infallibility, as defined in 1870 by the Vatican Council of Pius IX.

Questions would arise as to whether Francis is a true pope.

This truly was a calamitous mistake by a clumsy pope on Holy Thursday of all days.

The media saga began on Wednesday, when La Repubblica printed an article saying that the pope had expressly denied the existence of hell and the immortality of the human soul in a recent conversation with his longtime friend, Eugenio Scalfari, founder of the newspaper.

The informal interview between the pope and Scalfari carried the headline: “The Pope: ‘It is an honor to be called a revolutionary.’”

Scalfari, an atheist, reportedly asked the pope about his theories regarding creation and eternal life.

“Your Holiness, in our previous meeting you told me that our species will disappear in a certain moment and that God, still out of his creative force, will create new species. You have never spoken to me about the souls who died in sin and will go to hell to suffer for eternity. You have, however, spoken to me of good souls, admitted to the contemplation of God. But what about bad souls? Where are they punished?” the paper reports.

In response, Pope Francis is quoted as denying hell, in what the Vatican statement has referred to as a “reconstruction” of the conversation between the two men.

“They are not punished. Those who repent obtain God’s forgiveness and enter the rank of the souls who contemplate him, but those who do not repent, and cannot therefore be forgiven, disappear. There is no hell, there is the disappearance of sinful souls,” the pope is reported as saying.

On numerous occasions, Pope Francis has downplayed the importance of doctrine, the official teaching of the Church on matters of faith and morals. Being a Christian does not mean primarily “adhering to a certain doctrine,” Francis has said, but rather in binding one’s life to the person of Jesus. He has often criticized whose who insist on right doctrine as being “rigid,” “pharisaical,” and “legalistic.”

The pope has, however, said he believes everything in the Christian creed and would be ready to recite it if needed.

He also clearly believes in the devil, and has often insisted that Satan is not just a myth but a real person, a fallen angel.

Over the years of his pontificate, the pope has given a number of informal interviews to Mr. Scalfari and it has been generally understood that he uses this vehicle to get his ideas out, especially more controversial ones, while always maintaining a certain degree of plausible deniability if something Scalfari relates causes problems.

After one such papal interview with Scalfari in 2013, veteran Vatican analyst John L. Allen offered advice as to how these conversations should be read. He noted that though the words may not always be precise (since Scalfari does not record his conversations or take notes, but recreates them from memory), the content is generally trustworthy.

“Look, Italian journalism has many strengths, but a passion for factual accuracy is not among them. It is what it is,” Allen said.

“The takeaway is, the big picture is accurate,” he said. “I don’t think, in any fundamental way, he misrepresented the pope’s thought. But I also think it’s impossible to know where Francis ends and Scalfari begins, at the level of detail. I would just be very careful. I, myself, will not take any direct quotes out of that interview and present them as coming from the pope.”
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