Obama’s Pope

Mr. Neumayr’s comprehensive and exhaustive work, a fine example of investigative journalism, should deeply worry Catholics, laity and clerics alike.

Jorge Mario Bergoglio is the first Latin-American pope in Catholicism’s centuries-long history.  He is also, Neumayr quips, “the Pope they have been waiting for,” whose messages support Marxists and Marxism, shockingly unlike the statements issued during the papacies of Pope St. John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI.  Pope Francis’s radical pontificate has in four short years set the Catholic Church on a course of broad politicization and moral relativism.  Pope Francis grew up in a socialist Argentina, an experience that arguably provides the foundational basis of nearly all of his radical beliefs.  Pope Francis, Neumayr writes, with “his program of promoting left-wing politics while downplaying and undermining doctrine on faith and morals . . . [is] the ecclesiastical equivalent of Barack Obama.”  Most alarming is Francis’s focus on liberation theology, especially his rehabilitation and reinstatement of liberation theology priests and bishops that were either marginalized or laicized under the pontificates of John Paul II and Benedict XVI.

A former seminary official who was interviewed for this book claims that the Pope’s famous question—“If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord...

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