Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Saturday, 14th Week, ordinary time. 'He who acknowledges me before others....'

 1. He who acknowledges me  before others I will acknowledge  before my heavenly Father.  But whoever denies me before others, I will deny before my heavenly Father.

2. The command to acknowledge Christ before men consist is having a mind that assents to the truths and commands taught by Christ and in consenting to the truths and commands taught by Christ. This is the interior aspect of this command that all must have to be able to acknowledge Christ before men. And an added element is that we must express this assent and consent through words of our mouth before men. 
     There are three elements here; first, an act of the mind; secondly,  an act of the will; and thirdly, an outward bodily expression that conforms to the mind and will.
     Let's take an example; the Holy Eucharist. First, the mind must assent to the presence of Christ in the holy Eucharist; Christ being a God can do that and had done it for the salvation of men. Secondly, the will must love and rejoice in this truth because it is an expression of God's Divine Love for man that man must reciprocate. Thirdly, man must acknowledge this truth by saying in in words from one's mouth to those who inquire or defend this truth to those who deny it. And he may, also, show bodily reverence towards the Eucharist by geneflecting or kneeling before It. 
     The above three elements make up the act of confessing the truth before men that will, in turn, oblige Christ to confess that man before His Father in Heaven. That act of man will make him deserve everlasting life before God's throne. 
     If any of those three elements is lacking that man will not be able to confess Christ before men; and as a consequence, Christ will reject him before His Father saying,' I do not know this man,' the sentence of perdition. 

3. The three elements.
     The act of the mind and the act of the will is done through the help of grace from above, writes St. Thomas of Aquinas. The 'confession with the mouth'  made unto salvation before men is the mature human act resulting from the help of grace from above. 
     St. Thomas noted that the reward of man confessing Christ before men is greater than the good done; by a simple act of the mind, the will and the mouth, one can attain everlasting life with God. 
     While the punishment for not acknowledging Christ before men is more than the evil act itself. By a simple act of the mind and will and keeping quiet, man can go to hell. 

4. In short.
     Who is he who confesses Christ before men? He who obeys the commands of Christ as enumerated in the New Testament. The obedience to the command shows the three elements; first, the assent of the mind, the consent of the will and the outward confession of the interior through outward physical acts. 
    And who is he who does not acknowledge Christ before men? He who disobeys the commands of Christ. 

5. The 'Dubia.'
     The 'dubia' sent to Pope Francis is a demand made by the cardinals for Pope Francis to confess before men if Christ, indeed, taught that matrimony before God is indissoluble. Whether Christ taught that adultery is a mortal sin. That this state of mortal sin disqualifies anyone to receive Holy Communion. That Pope Francis express what is in his mind and will. More than 300 days by now and Pope Francis is silent. He refuses to acknowledge before the Catholic world what is the teaching of Christ on the matter. According to St. Thomas of Aquinas, he is refusing to acknowledge the teachings of Christ before men. What do you think is Christ doing right now? Most of the bishops and many priests are in this same state. Do you still think they are inside the Church? Their disobedience to the commands of Christ is their denial of Christ before men all over the world. 

Sunday, July 16, 2017

Friday 14th Wk in Ordinary Time - CONFUSING TIMES.

 1. The MOST confusing times. 
      There are many confusing times in the history of the Church. But could there be the 'most confusing times?' Yes......when all the sources of Divine Revelation are not available. 
     The sources of Divine Revelation had always been available to men; Sacred Scriptures, Tradition, the Fathers of the Church, the documents of the Pope and the Magisterium, from the homilies of good priests and bishops, from the Sacred Liturgy, from retreats, from schools of theology and seminaries, etc. And of course, through the direct intervention from God.
      Can all the above sources of Revelation become unavailable except for the last, Divine intervention? 

2. Yes! It happened before as a figure for the future. This was on Good Friday where suddenly all sources of Divine Revelation were not available except a direct intervention from God. So this has occurred  before and God, Himself, had provided an intervention for it for the welfare of poor man.

3. How confusing can it be?
     It will be so bad that no one can know the truth that leads to everlasting life because the world is  filled with lies and  false informations. And like on Good Friday theophanies were the only source of truth.
    Christ, in todays Gospel foretells the evils which will befall the apostles which enabled the apostles to see that Christ knew the future.  They saw a picture of the things that would befall the church not because of a want of power in Christ but as a foreshadowing so that they would not be dismayed. Christ was presenting to them a 'new strategy' in warfare. 

4, Christ described it this way; 'you will be like sheep amidst raging wolves. But do not worry because you will be able to convert  the wolves because I will speak through you.'
     Governments and the bishops and priests of the Church will go against you.  Those around you will make you  feel their cruel authority.  Everyone around will display the terms of authorities in their desire to be thought as lords. Everyone will hate their neighbor.
     But do not worry you won't be hurt. You shall prevail against the wolves. But to do so you must be 'wise as serpents and simple as doves.' St. Thomas expressed the need to be 'wise as serpents' to escape all the snares that will surround the Church these days; and to be 'simple as doves' to avoid doing evils to others. 
     St. Thomas continues to describe the evils that will surround the Church; they will deliver you to courts and forbid you to preach in My Name. But when you go to battle, it is I who will fight for you. You utter the words but it is I who will speak. In effect you will be modern day prophets. During these days you will not be answering friends but a raging crowd. 
     In these days there can be no affection between those with different Faith. All men will hate you, and will exterminate you as an enemy of the world.

5. Your weapon.
    Your weapon is be as 'wise as a serpent' and as 'simple as a dove.' These wisdom and simplicity are not natural but supernatural virtues and will be God-given. Without these God-given traits no one can survive these times, which is a description of the Church today. The persecution will be so intense that there will be a need to keep on moving to be able to practice the Faith. But this will not take long because, he adds, that the apostles will not have to keep on transferring to the towns of Israel when He will suddenly come and end the world. 

6. How will the Catholic Church look like? Aside from the four visible signs found in the Nicene creed, the Church must show extraordinary Wisdom of serpents and meekness of doves. 

7. St. Thomas of Aquinas, in his commentary on today's Gospel, describes it as 'a new way of warfare' in extraordinary times that must be waged against our own Church and the whole world both of whom has turned against Jesus Christ.  

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

THE PARALYTIC - Thursday in 13th Week in Ordinary Time.

 1. The paralytic is the sinner.
     Because of his sins, he cannot go to Christ. He needs help from men with Faith who can bring him to Christ. Only those with Faith can go to Christ. Those without Faith cannot. So some friends with Faith carries him to Christ. There were four of them; it is a community that bring him to Christ, the Church.
     This shows the need for community life among those with Faith. The community, the Church is needed to bring those without Faith to Christ. This is evangelization. Except that today evangelizers have no Faith. They do not form the Church, and are unable to bring anybody to Christ. The lost of community life of the Church had made it impossible for anybody to reach Christ. 

2. When the men of Faith had brought the paralytic to Christ, Christ demands that the paralytic, the sinner repents so he can reach Faith that will enable him to walk and bring others to Christ. 
     Christ tells him; 'rise up.' This is exactly the same thing that the Prodigal Son did, 'he rose up.' That is equivalent to stand up from his state of sin by being sorry for them and abandoning them. Then Christ tells him to 'roll up his mat.' A sign that he had accomplished his repentance, i.e. he no longer lies down on his sins but is free from them. 

3. The need for community life.
     The need for four men to carry, i.e. to give admonitions. So the four men are men of Faith that teaches the paralytic what are the commands of Christ, how to be contrite for his sins, the need to stop his past sins and the need to make satisfaction for past sins. The four men further reminds him of the commands of Christ as he forgets them or violates them. They encourage him in obeying the commands as he finds them difficult to obey and supports him in his weaknesses. The four men is literally evangelizing the paralytic and this essentially is a work of the whole Church. An unbeliever receives Faith, i.e. is carried to Christ, within the Church. This process is what it means for the four men to carry the paralytic to Christ. It is not just a mere physical carrying of the man. St. Thomas describes the process of carrying the paralytic as 'admonishing the sinner through a life of repentance.'     
     Thus the paralytic was lastly commanded to 'go home,' i,e. to enter the Church that makes him worthy, also, to enter the kingdom of heaven.
     The four men cannot bring the paralytic inside the Church. The paralytic enter the Church by the command of Christ and with his cooperation. Christ told him 'go home.' The four men can only lower the paralytic before Christ. Christ had to command the paralytic to stand and come to Him. The paralytic's contact with Christ is his exposure to the Word of God from he heard the words, 'stand up, take up your bed and go home. 

4. Today, no one carries paralytics to Christ. 
     It is difficult to find a community with four men with Faith. That means truly four Catholic men. It is difficult to find four faithful men who will spend great efforts to teach and admonish a soul step by step on how to undergo the entire life of repentance. This could take many years, like thirty years as shown in the hidden life of Christ. And since no one carries paralytics to Christ, no one hears the Words of Christ to 'stand up,' take up your bed,' and 'enter the Church.'
     The words we hear are; there is no hell, all religions can bring us to heaven, adulterers can receive Holy Communion and save the environment. Never mind the soul; they die anyway.  These words of Pope Francis do not seem to be the words of Christ to the paralytic.  As a result no one is entering the Church. The proof? You cannot find a parish or a diocese with four men of Faith who can carry sinners to Christ. In other words, it is next to impossible to find any parish or diocese that has the four visible signs of Faith enumerated in the Nicene Creed; One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. Not even the Vatican has these four visible signs. Yet these are described as visible signs. Everybody can see them. How come nobody can see them? 

5. Has the Church become one whole paralytic unable to 'stand up,' 'role up its mat,' and 'go home?' Then it is not the Catholic Church. It is just a very sick man, without Redemption and without salvation. But the Church continues to exist; it is the indwelling of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. It must still  be here on  earth. 
     Has the Church changed her residence? The Apocalypse answers 'Yes.' Portrayed by the Woman, the Great Sign in the Heaven, she has transferred her residence. She is clearly no longer in the Vatican because the description of her new residence has absolutely no similarity with that of the Vatican. 

Thursday, July 06, 2017

13th Sunday in Ordinary Time. DAYS OF DARKNESS.

 1. Day of darkness in Holy Week.
     The 'days of darkness' had been mentioned quite often these days. The most popular quote is from Padre Pio. As a young boy I remember a man announcing three days of darkness and selling blessed candles, the only thing that will light during those days. Of course, the date came and went and there was no day of darkness. 

2. Popular concept of days of darkness.
     This had been the popular notion of these 'days of darkness' ever since. But it is difficult to find Padre Pio's interpretation of these 'days of darkness.' Catholic tradition, however, mentions  this incident. It is in today's Introit. It is, also,  part of Good Friday, which eschatologically is the figure of these, our present days. 
3. True concept of 'days of darkness' is from John's Gospel
     The days of darkness was first described at the beginning of John's Gospel that was read, before,  as the last Gospel of all Masses but which had been abolished since the great abuses entered the Liturgy of the Mass. It states; 'He was the light and the darkness did not accept Him.' The darkness was so great that when the light came, It could not be seen because the darkness was so great. 
     This could happen, only, on Good Friday; which is a prophecy of the present day.

4. True darkness; causes of darkness. Why is it dark today.
     When the Light came it came in different forms to enlighten the minds of men. First; it came in the form of Divine Revelation. Secondly; it came through the words of the prophets. Thirdly, it came through the Words of Christ as part of Divine Revelation. Fourthly, it came through the apostolic preachers. Fifthly, it was explained by the Fathers of the Church. And sixthly, it remained in the Magisterium of the Church that conformed with Divine Revelation. These were the sources of light. They all proclaimed the same thing - the contents of Divine Revelation.

5. How did these lights go off?
    It did not. John's Gospel wrote, that the Light came, but men preferring their sins chose to stay in darkness. Specifically this is what happened. First, Divine Revelation could not be understood because men did not know how to study it. As Christ, Himself, told Peter, just a few masses ago when He asked His disciples 'who the Son of Man' is; 'your answers came from men.' But Peter's answer cannot be learned from men; it is taught by My Father in heaven. All priests today, from Pope Francis to the youngest priest learned their theology from men and not from the Father in Heaven. 
     Secondly, the teachings of the Old Testament prophets cannot be interpreted properly. And much more the prophets of the New Testament. 
     Thirdly, the Words of Christ which are the perfection of the Old Testament is even impossible to interpret because the truths are supernatural needing the theological virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity to interpret them. Most lack these virtues. 
     Fourthly, the apostles were people 'sent by God,' thus the word apostles. Most of our preachers today are not 'sent by God.' They are merely sent by their bishops, who are men,  or self sent by  themselves, neither of which is God. 
    Fifthly, the Fathers of the Church are no longer quoted from the time of Pope Francis. If quoted at all, it is misquoted. Most of these literature are difficult to find or are very expensive and are more beautifully and more colorful modern theology books. 
    Sixthly, the Magisterium since the time of Pope Francis had been saying the opposite of what the previous Magisterium had been saying. 

6. There is a last source God's light; and it is going out, the Mass.
     From the beginning, the Mass had been the primary source of Divine Revelation for believers. There everything is done right. So for many centuries it had been the purest source of Divine Revelation. During Vatican II the shadow of darkness begun to envelop it with Liturgical abuses. Everything went wrong so that now it is nearly impossible to learn Divine Revelation from it.
    The destruction of this last source of Divine Revelation started with the experimentation of Odo Casel, a  Benedictine liturgist. It was introduced in Vatican II by Bugnini, a follower of Casel and carried over by the theology school of Sant' Anselmo, the Benedictine school at the Aventine Hill in Rome. The Liturgical abuses was scattered around the world by the liturgists of this Benedictine school.
     Today, a lay liturgist from the same Benedictine school,  Grillo, had devised a new Mass to please the Protestants and is now under approval by Pope Francis. It has completely taken away the last vestiges of Catholicity from the Mass. The last source of God's light under Pope Francis, it  will be gone soon. The Catholic Mass as I used to celebrate it as a young priest will be gone soon. And with it the last chance for men to know the way to heaven as taught by Christ in Divine Revelation. 
     Now, in the desk of Pope Francis for approval, we shall all be soon attending a Protestant service on Sundays. 
     The prophecy from the Old Testament will be fulfilled; the mass shall ceased to be celebrated, there will be no consecration so there will be no sacred species in the tabernacles, the ordination of priests and bishops will be invalid or as pre-figured in the Temple.....the Holy of Holies will be empty....as on Good Friday, it will be so today. Congratulations Catholic Church. You have become just like the Jewish people. Your churches had become like the synagogues .......of Satan.

7. Before that mass from the Liturgical School of Sant' Anselmo is approved, here is a last chance to know the way to heaven as can still be appreciated in today's Liturgy, the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time.
    To go to heaven we must have accomplished the following. First, we must love husband, wife and children. But we must love God more than them. Otherwise we are worthy of Him. Second, we must take up His cross, i.e. obey His commandments as found in the New Testament. He who does what he likes  will bring himself to ruin; but he does what God likes will discover who he is. These above commands assumes that we know all the commands of Christ as found in the New Testament.
     Now, let us look at some good works that differentiates Catholics from Protestant. 'He who welcomes you welcomes Me. Who are 'you?' The apostles who know and have obeyed the commands of Christ. With 'Amores laetitia' Pope Francis shows ignorance and disobedience to the commands of God the Father in the Old Testament. He is not even a good Jew. Those who welcome immigrant do not welcome Christ either because they do not know and they do not obey the commands of Christ. 
      Next, he who welcomes a prophet....will receive a prophets rewards. Who is a 'prophet?' One who preaches the commands of Christ. Neither Pope Francis nor the immigrants fall under this. No good works here either. 
     Next, he who welcomes a holy man.....will receive a holy man's reward. Who is a holy man?  One who has the three theological virtues and as a consequence, have the four visible signs of the Catholic Church, One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. Or he should have the 15 Marks of the true Church according to St. Robert Bellarmine. Pope Francis and most of the bishops and priest cannot show any of these signs. 
     Last, he who gives a cup of cold water.....to one of these lowly ones. Who are the 'lowly ones? 'Those with the first Beatitudes, the first degree of holiness. This is the virtue described by St. Ignatius of Loyola and most Jesuits, Benedictines, etc. do not have it either because they cannot describe it properly. 

8. Based on the definitions of St. Thomas of Aquinas mentioned above, Pope Francis is no prophet, is no holy man, and is no disciple of Christ. Probably he is no Pope. 

Sunday, July 02, 2017


 1. This important feast had just been abolished, just like many important feast that has something to do with the salvation of our souls. These abolitions are meant to make man forget the essentials acts needed for the salvation of his soul. 
     This feast was celebrated in the early Christian times because the very salvation of man depends in the shedding of Christ blood on the cross. Christ shed His blood on the cross for the redemption of mankind. But this act cannot be applied for the salvation of man unless man is united to the Mystical Body of Christ as symbolized in the consecration of the wine during Mass.
     At the beginning of the Mass, the wine and bread are the symbols of the human soul. These are consecrated to become the Body and Blood of Christ, thus man, symbolized by the unconsecrated wine and host at the offertory,  are suddenly united to the Mystical Body of Christ during consecration. This mystery of the union of man with the Mystical Body of Christ is presented in the feast of the Precious Blood. 

2. The two drinks of Christ on Good Friday- wine and vinegar. 
     In celebrating the Precious Blood of Christ, we will momentarily separate the host from the wine and look only at the wine.
     At the last Supper Christ drank wine and consecrated it to become His Body and Blood. So, the consecrated Wine is the Body and Blood of Christ. This is what the apostles drank that symbolized their intense union with the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church. This is a guarantee of salvation; that the apostles had worthily and voluntarily received the Body and Blood of Christ in Holy Communion, the Liturgical sign of their intense union with the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church. 
     Christ was, also, given vinegar to drink. He did not drink the vinegar voluntarily. It was forced on Him. The wine is the symbol of the true Church; the vinegar is the symbol of the fake church. Good wine is wine. Bad and sour vine is vinegar. 

3. Grape fruit, grape juice, wine, vinegar.
    It all begins with a bunch of grape fruit. This is not wine. The grape fruit is crushed into juice. It is not yet wine. The juice is fermented and it becomes wine. Then it must be preserved to remain wine, otherwise, it will turn to vinegar. That is the journey of a soul.

4. Production of wine.
    The Feast of the Precious Blood reminds us of the ascetical process needed for the soul to become wine. First, the pride and selfish ego of the souls of the member of the community must be crushed with Christ's command 'to deny oneself, carry one's cross and follow Christ.' Then the resultant united one grape juice that has become united in mind and heart must be fermented by the theological virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity. Now, it is wine. Only now can it be consecrated into the Body and Blood of Christ. Only now can it be worthily united to the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church as symbolized by the Precious Blood of Christ. The Precious Blood of Christ is the symbol of the union of the true Christian soul with the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church. It occurs during the consecration when the Christian soul has been mystically transformed into wine and the consecration of the Mass had been done according to the instructions of Christ.

5. Juice and Vinegar.
    The union of the christian soul with the Mystical Body of Christ cannot occur if the soul is only a grape juice or if it has been carelessly changed into vinegar. When is a soul a mere grape juice? When he has not progressed properly in the Spiritual life; when he has not finished his life of repentance and, therefore, has not reached the life of Faith. 
     When does a soul turn into vinegar? Wine that is constantly exposed to the air turns into vinegar. A soul that is constantly exposed to the pleasures of the world tend to turn to vinegar. Just as wine is preserved by sucking out air from the bottle with a pump to minimize its exposure to outside air, the ascetical practice of running away from the world is the way to preserve the soul that has mystically become wine ready for consecration or union with with the Church.

     What are the two common defects of souls? They remain as grape juice invalid for consecration. This is when they do not complete their life of repentance. And when do they become vinegar? When they are overly exposed to the pleasures of the world. Either way Christ rejects them.
     Both juice and vinegar cannot be  consecrated; they cannot be united to the true Church, the Mystical Body of Christ 

6. The Feast of the Precious Blood.
     This Liturgical Feast tells us to check if we are good wine ready for consecration  or vinegar ready to be spewed by Christ. 

Saturday, July 01, 2017

ST. PETER AND ST. PAUL. 'Who do people say I am.'

 1. 'Whom do men say that I the Son of man am?'
     Christ was asking a question. Of course, He knew the answer to His own question but He was teaching his disciples on how to get the right answers. 
     Christ's question was directed towards two groups; first, to the ordinary men. And secondly, it was directed towards the apostles. Note that Christ did not direct His question to the Pharisees and the Scribes who were the learned men then. St. Thomas of Aquinas gave this reason. The ordinary men were without malice and so their answers would be closer to the truth. The apostles were holy men so their answer would be the truth. On the other hand the Scribe and the Pharisees were proud so their answer would be way off the truth.

2. The lesson.
     The lesson Christ was teaching is this; when you ask a spiritual question, don't depend on yourself to find the truth. You are filled with private opinions and these will color your answers. Get some external, objective opinions to adjust your own personal answer.
     In such case, never consult the Scribes and Pharisees, proud bishops and priests. Due to their pride they cannot know spiritual truths. Christ's question is a spiritual question. So when Christ asked what the ordinary men thought who He was, they gave very good answers but it was not exact. They said 'you are John the Baptizer,' some, 'Elias,' other 'Jeremias or one of the prophets.' Their answers were on the natural level; they thought Christ was prophet but not the Son of God. Their answer, 'you are a prophet', was closer to the truth than the answer of the Pharisees who called Christ a blasphemer and the devil. 
     After asking the apostles what the common man thought who He was, Christ asked the apostles who knew Him more intimately who he was. St. Peter answered; ' You are the Son of the Living God. '
     We must imitate Christ, who when we ask  questions, first,  consult the common man who is without malice, or better still a learned saint.

3. Who is the learned saint.
     St. Peter was a learned saint. He is the one with the infused knowledge and he had  the virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity. He will, always, have the right theological answer because 'he learns directly from God the Father. '  
     Supernatural truths, like the teachings of Christ, must be learned directly from God. No man can teach supernatural truths because it is over and above man's capability. Christ  clearly said  that such things can only be learned directly from God. This is the reason why seminarians, priests and bishops do not know supernatural, Catholic truths; because the truths are taught to them by men and not by God. This is why Pope Bergoglio does not know the Catholic God as he himself admitted; because his god was taught by men in a Jesuit seminary and not by God. 
     If you do not know a spiritual truth, you do not know all spiritual truths, St. Augustine wrote. No wonder practically everything Pope Bergoglio teach is erroneous. In England, a book just came out describing everything Pope Bergoglio said, a joke.
     His defect is that he seldom ask an advice from the common man; and if ever he asked for an advice, he asked it from Scribes and Pharisees like him. So he is confirmed in his errors. He should really look for a common man with common sense. Both are rare. It would be too much if we suggest that he consults a saint, like St. Peter. It seems we have just run out of saints or they are usually in exile in Mater Ecclesia. 

Friday, June 30, 2017

Monday - 12th week in Ordinary time. JUDGE NOT.

 1. At last!
     Pope Francis, at last, quoted the words of Christ from Scriptures when he said, 'whom am I to judge?' Well, Christ said something close to it 'Do not judge that you may not be judged.' Then Pope Francis picked it up and gave the text an atrocious interpretation. Now, he encourages everyone to tolerate all sins, like being gay, and even asked all to welcome the gays and all sinners into their homes and friendship. It is opening Pandora's box right inside your room. 
     Though the words used by Pope Francis is close to the words of Christ, the interpretation of the two are worlds wide apart. While Pope Francis discourages any one to judge which is against human nature, Scriptures are filled with commands to judge one another. 'Judge, to see if they are of God.' 'God will judge both the just and the wicked.' 'He will judge among the nations.' 'God will judge both the just and the wicked.'n'The Lord will judge all nations with sword and fire.' ' I will judge you on that word of yours.' 'I will judge you according to your conduct.' ' I will judge between one sheep and another.' 'I intend to judge you on your own evidence.'
     St. Paul judged he Corinthians. St. Peter judged Ananias and Sapphira. 

2.  What is commanded.   
      Christ commands us to judge, to correct and to reprove.....but with good will, wrote St. Thomas of Aquinas. First, take off the beam before your eyes; then take out the speck in your neighbor's eye.
     If you are committing adultery, stop first your adultery, then correct the sex life of your neighbor. 
      Correct him not as an enemy seeking revenge but as a physician applying a remedy. Do not correct or judge your neighbor with a bad purpose.

3. What is forbidden.
     Don't judge by showing off your righteousness, by showing hatred of others on mere suspicion, or condemning others by pursuing private grudges, St. Thomas continues 
     Don't be a bitter judge.
     Do not judge God.
     Do not judge indifferent actions. 
    They who have committed greater evils  are forbidden to judge those with lesser evils. 
     Do not judge not knowing the mind set. Avoid hasty judgement otherwise God will treat you similarly;
      Judge hastily, God will do the same. 

     You commit mortal sin and do not forgive trivial faults. 

4. Beam in your eye. Mote in you brother's eye. 
    The command of Christ is clear. First remove the beam from your eyes; then help take off the speck in your brother's eye. First, stop your adultery and sacrilegious holy communion, then correct your neighbor who is gay. Cease committing adultery, then correct your gay friend.
     Pope Francis, by his comment, is telling adulterers to continue committing adultery and at the same time tolerate the sodomy of the neighbor. Everybody  keep all your sins. Keep the beams in your eyes and do not remove the spect in you neighbors' eye. Keep all those sins there and enjoy them. 
     This goes against the Gospel on two counts; first, it goes against the commands of Christ to repent for one's sins.  And secondly, it goes agains the command of Christ to apply fraternal correction to an errant brother. The Gospel clearly obliges on two counts; first, that all sinners remove the beams, their bigger sins, from their souls. And secondly, to help our neighbors take out the speck, lesser sins, from their souls. These are two acts; the first is an act of love of God. The second is an act of love of neighbor. These two acts are the pillar of the Catholic religions since they make up the 'great commandment.'
    And Pope Francis, with his comment wants all Catholics to disobey the two great commands that make up the pillar of the Catholic Church. 

5. To reprove a gay neighbor is the duty of the good. The good is, also, forbidden, to make light of his own sins and magnify those of others. Examine first your sins before looking at others, Remove first your sin before removing others. Remove the beam before removing the spect. But remove the speck. 
     Pope Francis' interpretation of the Gospel's 'do not judge,' is wrong.