Sunday’s respite. The news becomes more grim each week. The Pope will have to come to terms with how this aggression is to be stopped.”it is legitimate to stop the unjust aggressor,” he, the Pope, told reporters.
Once again, our prayers go out to all that are suffering and being persecuted for their faith. Let us take a few moments out during the video and reflect on all these souls today and in the past who are and now willing to lay down their lives for their faith. Are we prepared to do the same?
From the notes of the video:
On November 27, 1095 Pope Urban II organized 30,000-35,000 crusaders, including 5,000 cavalry resulting in the recapture of Jerusalem. We of the Sedevacantist position desire to uphold the teachings of this same Church. If Pope Urban II were among us today, what would he have us do?
Pope Francis is walking a knife edge—or perhaps, better said, the blade of a crusaders’ sword—as he tries to mobilize support for Christians and other minorities victimized by the ferocious partisans of the so-called Islamic state.
“Where there is an unjust aggression I can only say that it is legitimate to stop the unjust aggressor,” he told reporters throwing questions at him on the plane as he returned from South Korea to the Vatican on Monday.
“I underscore the verb ‘to stop,’” he told them. “I am not saying ‘bomb’ or ‘make war,’ but ‘stop him.’ The means by which he can be stopped must be evaluated. Stopping the aggressor is legitimate.” More at the Daily Beast