Pope Francis has made a brand of going after the meanie, poo-poo headed traditional Catholics who are so mean and rigid for wanting the faith of our fathers. And he goes after us precisely for that reason.
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Some might say, it’s a matter of perspective, or, point of view. For modernists whose goal it is to redesign the Church, those who support tradition are necessarily disordered (relatively speaking) and use diabolical merely as a pejorative label attached to their opponents, being detached from its substantive meaning, namely, works of the evil one. Such as calling good evil and evil good.