Donald Trump wants to Make the Vatican Great Again!

… bigger and stronger than ever before.

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

A special report by Marielena Montesino de Stuart for
TheRomanCatholicWorld.com— in light of Francis’s comment that Donald J. Trump is “not Christian”– because he wants to build a “great, big, beautiful wall” on our southern border. Trump finds this hypocritical since the Vatican has a wall.

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The man, the myth, the legend who will be “the greatest jobs president that God ever created” now has his eyes set on fixing the Vatican, once and for all– before Francis totally runs it to the ground.

In keeping with his pledge to make Mexico pay for building a wall on our southern border, Trump will make the Muslim countries pay for all the necessary expenses that result from his efforts to make the Vatican great again, whether it is fixing the ancient wall, or cleaning out the modernist Vatican controversial corrupt banking system or its myriad dicasteries. As with ISIS, Trump is “the worst thing that’s ever happened” to the modernists in the Vatican.

But the repair of the wall is the simplest thing that Trump will tackle in the Vatican. The most important aspect of this overhaul is the fact that Donald J. Trump will call for a “total and complete shutdown” of Marxists entering the Vatican, until we can figure out “what the HELL is going on!

Trump knows full well that something has been rotting in the Vatican for more than 50 years, under the socialist agenda of Vatican II (the Second Vatican Council)– which was a “terrible deal– and a disgrace,” as far as Trump is concerned. Most irritating to Trump is the fact that just like in the Iran deal, where the Iranians self-inspect their nuclear weapons program, the Vatican is doing the same with their internal commissions regarding pederast priests and prelates, as well as financial scandals.

As a result of the Vatican II deal, Trump is convinced that when the Vatican sends its people, “they’re not sending their best.”

They’re sending people that have lots of problems.”

They’re bringing crime” (as in money laundering).

They’re bringing “their rapists” (as in the infestation of pederast priests and prelates).

And some, he assumes, “are good people“– but they’re mostly dead.

Trump expects to go beyond the excommunication and defrocking of pederast priests, bringing “back a hell of a lot worse” punishments for these criminals who have infiltrated the Church.

In the meantime, Trump is sticking to his plans to fix the Vatican, in spite of Francis’s comment that he’s “not Christian.” Trump feels no remorse over his pledge to cleanup Washington DC and the Vatican. As a matter of fact, Trump refused to back down by adding: “I think apologizing’s a great thing, but you have to be wrong. I will absolutely apologize, sometime in the hopefully distant future, if I’m ever wrong.”  With this in mind, we can safely assume that Trump is waiting for Francis to apologize to HIM.

Finally, Trump had these words to say about Francis:

… “he talks like a truck driver” (even his sister says so).

… “he doesn’t have his facts, he’ll say anything that comes to his mind.”

…  his Vatican circus “has failed“… his “ratings went very, very, very low and very bad,” since he got elected… “I mean he’s basically a disaster.”

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*-Note: This commentary is a parody of Mr. Trump’s many unforgettable zingers.

It’s time to lift the fog… someone has to say the truth.

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REFERENCES:

AUDIO (in Italian) of Francis suggesting that Donald J. Trump is “not Christian”– February 18, 2016 on board flight from Mexico to Rome.

 

BBC News AUDIO (English and Italian) 18 February, 2016: “Pope Francis Questions Donald Trump’s Christianity”

 

Pope “suggests” that Donald J. Trump is ‘Not Christian’ (New York Times video of Francis on board flight from Mexico to the Vatican).

Pope Francis Suggests Donald Trump Is ‘Not Christian’ – The New York Times

​Donald J. Trump’s Response to the Pope

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IMPORTANT CLARIFICATION ON “Urgent message for my readers during this presidential campaign season” (17 August 2015)

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The devil is in the details…

I have always held the firm opinion that the defense of innocent human life cannot be nuanced. I have stated this in my writings and as a tenet of public policy during my campaign for the United States Senate (on the ballot 2012 – Florida).

During the past few days I have become concerned over the wording of the Dublin Declaration, which I had included as a reference in my article titled, Urgent message for my readers during this presidential campaign season (17 August 2015).

It is my opinion that the Dublin Declaration does not clarify the critical issue of “procured abortion”—that is, inducing a baby who will not survive or has little chance of survival outside the mother’s womb.

I must clarify, for the sake of justice and fairness, that the more than one thousand individuals who have signed the Dublin Declaration—including some members of the Committee on Excellence in Maternal Healthcare (the select panel of writers and original signators of the Dublin Declaration) may not be aware of what, in my opinion, is the critical need for the Dublin Declaration to clearly define what it means by “necessary medical treatments” and how this ambiguity may leave the door open for spurious justifications of procured abortions—which are abortions per se.

Regardless of their good intentions, unless the crafters of the Dublin Declaration make it clear that delivering a premature baby who cannot or may not survive outside the mother’s womb (procured abortion) is never a reasonable nor permissible pretext for “necessary medical treatment”—then their declaration could lead less informed individuals to accept procured abortions as an acceptable pro-life option.

My concerns over the Dublin Declaration are also based on a statement by Dr. Eoghan de Faoite, who is one of the members of the select panel which wrote and signed the declaration.

Dr. de Faoite’s statement, which I quote below, was made on January 10, 2013 during a Joint Committee on Health and Children Debate held at the Houses of the Oireachtas (Ireland’s National Parliament) in Dublin:

“Irish obstetricians and other specialists will always intervene to save the life of a mother when she has a life-threatening complication of pregnancy. This practice of intervening, which includes premature delivery of the baby even when the baby has little of [sic] no chance of surviving, is permitted in Ireland today. It is permitted under Irish law and by the Medical Council’s ethical guidelines and is within pro-life principles.”

Dr. de Foite’s statement in the Irish Parliament is of great significance and concern, as one of the original drafters and signators of the Dublin Declaration.

Dianne N. Irving, PhD, as Professor of Philosophy and Medical Ethics at The Catholic University of America, published an excellent analysis titled, Abortion: Correct Application of Natural Law Theory, which is the theory of natural person known as the principle of double effect. The proper application of this principle is the crucial factor in decisions made during extreme medical conditions involving a pregnancy.

I encourage my readers to pay careful attention to her analysis (which I provide in the reference section below)– in connection with the issue of procured abortions.

Furthermore, the correct application of the principle of double effect is in observance with Roman Catholic teaching (I am a Roman Catholic) and is centered on the fact that knowledge and intent are critical for medical practitioners involved in a woman’s pregnancy. As such, it is not reasonable nor acceptable for a medical practitioner to carry out a procured abortion as “necessary medical treatment” knowing that the “baby has little or no chance of surviving.” The Roman Catholic Church is explicit on her rejection of procured abortions.

When it comes to procured abortions, the following expressions come to mind, “the devil is in the details” and “words have consequences”(or the consequences of words left unsaid, in the case of the Dublin Declaration)  —because while the subject of procured abortions may at first appear small inside the house of horrors where abortions are performed— this does not mean that we should ignore the ambiguity of “necessary medical treatments.”  The fact is that ambiguity leaves the door open for abortion advocates who are aggressively looking for loopholes, i.e., procured abortions.

A single loophole can bring an end to precious innocent and helpless lives, that later end up cut into pieces and sold to the highest bidder at Planned Parenthood.

This is the reason why a uniform and authentic pro-life position cannot be ambiguous nor nuance the value of a baby’s life.

It’s time to lift the fog…. someone has to say the truth.

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I encourage my readers to gain more insight into the critical matter of procured abortions through the reference section provided below.

  1. Abortion: Correct Application of Natural Law Theory, by Dianne N. Irving, PhD
  2. Abortion, Doctors and the Law
  3. SACRED CONGREGATION FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITHDECLARATION ON PROCURED ABORTION

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2015: The Year of Truth

By Marielena Montesino de Stuart

Who will stand on the side of the angels?

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Don’t miss Marielena’s reflection on the Interfaith Prayer Summit at the Vatican

Pentecost Sunday reflection on the Interfaith Prayer Summit today at the Vatican… DON’T MISS IT!

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