Pelagian Pope Francis Says People Are ‘All Fundamentally Good’ +’The Heart Itself is Good’

Pope Francis continues to let little bits of the antichrist spirit he has inside of him shine through, sharing a host of unbiblical and unorthodox teachings during a rare interview with 60 Minutes, including claiming that human beings are fundamentally good and criticizing American bishops concerned about his progressive shift as “suicidal.”

While there is no such thing as a ‘good’ pope, since they are the head of an evil and wicked heterodox church, Francis has been particularly noxious and vexatious, doing things like affirming the faith of Joe Biden and saying he would never refuse him communion because the President’s love for abortion is between him and God, endorsing civil unions for gay couples, appointing multiple pro-choice people to his pro-life organization, asking pagans to send him ‘good vibes,’ appointing a notorious pro-LGBTQ priest to a major post, and releasing an outrageously blasphemous statement.

Francis took aim at “conservative” Bishops unhappy with some of his practices and statements, likely including his decision to defrock a popular American Bishop who spoke out against the Roman Catholic Church locking down during Covid, as well as his continued insistence that they should not refuse communion to pro-choice Catholics like Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi:

Norah O’Donnell: There are conservative bishops in the United States that oppose your new efforts to revisit teachings and traditions. How do you address their criticism?

Pope Francis (In Spanish/English translation): You used an adjective, “conservative.” That is, conservative is one who clings to something and does not want to see beyond that. It is a suicidal attitude. Because one thing is to take tradition into account, to consider situations from the past, but quite another is to be closed up inside a dogmatic box. 

Turning to what give him Hope, Francis insists that “people are fundamentally good” and that while there are some rogues and sinners, “the heart itself is good.” 

Norah O’Donnell: When you look at the world what gives you hope?

Pope Francis (In Spanish/English translation): Everything. You see tragedies, but you also see so many beautiful things. You see heroic mothers, heroic men, men who have hopes and dreams, women who look to the future. That gives me a lot of hope. People want to live. People forge ahead. And people are fundamentally good. We are all fundamentally good. Yes, there are some rogues and sinners, but the heart itself is good. 

Francis has clearly not been reading his bible, because anyone with a passing understanding of the scriptures is aware that they clearly, directly and forcefully repudiate this crazy heresy he’s going off about, including in Jeremiah 17:19 “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?,”Romans 3:10-11 “None is righteous, no, not one; no one understands; no one seeks for God. All have turned aside; together they have become worthless; no one does good, not even one.” and Romans 5:10: “For if while we were enemies we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, now that we are reconciled, shall we be saved by his life.”

To say otherwise is naked pelagianism, and Francis has just laid his decrepit soul bare.

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9 thoughts on “Pelagian Pope Francis Says People Are ‘All Fundamentally Good’ +’The Heart Itself is Good’

  1. Nora and Frankie would be the first in line to throw Jesus over the cliff, if that were possible. so SAD … glad I didn’t waste a millisecond of my time watching this disgusting interview. Pray for them, for they do not know what they do (or say)……..

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  3. You may wish to revise your article in a few ways:

    1. Bishop Strickland was not defrocked. You misused that word.
    2. As community notes has highlighted, Pope Francis did not say “there are some rogues and sinners.” Instead he reiterated that we are all broken by original sin.
    3. Just before this selected clip, Pope Francis said “We are all sinners.”

    1. The Community Notes, like you, does not address the issue at hand. That Francis said “there are some rogues and sinners” is only a minor point. The real issue, which Community Notes, and you side step, is that Francis said people are good and that the heart was good. These two statements are not simply unbiblical, they are contra-biblical. They are against what God has clearly and explicitly stated as fact. People are not inherently good, and the heart is desperately wicked, constantly devising evil. Francis’ views here are heretical, and you do know what we call people who spout heresy, don’t you? We call them heretics. Francis is a Pelagian heretic.

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