The Dilemma of Papa Francis at Easter~How do I live each day as best I can the Life that Jesus led and left to us as an example?

The Dilemma of Pope Francis at Easter:
 
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A Note to all of God’s Holy deacons, priests and bishops as Easter now comes to us:
 
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We consider:
 
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The Dilemma of Papa Francis at Easter:
 
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As Holy Easter now approaches, we reflect on the life of Jesus.
 
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As that is what being a Catholic means:
 
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To live as Jesus lived as best we can.
 
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Personally.
 
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There is of course much turmoil and strife in the Holy Church.
 
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Brother Butch has written me today of his vexation with the infiltration of the leftists into God’s Church.
 
 
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This is not a trivial concern:
 
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It is very real.
 
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This leftist infiltration of God’s Church has been a vexing problem for many decades.
 
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All intelligent Catholics are aware of this and it is a terrible problem.
 
 
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A problem of evil men trying to use God’s Church as a cover for evil pursuits.
 
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Pope John Paul of course hated the leftists for personal and moral reasons and was savage and unrelenting in his denunciation of them.
 
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I met Pope Francis quite a few times when he was Cardinal in Argentina.
 
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I was impressed by him–he seemed to be saying in his ministry in Argentina and I assume still thinks it now at Rome, these sort of things:
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I am 76 years old.
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I have one lung.
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I have a few years left.
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What should I spend my time doing?
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I am encouraged by many inside the Church and virtually all press outside of her, to concentrate on what are primarily administrative functions–the banking scandal–the problem of the homosexuals etc, etc. etc.
 
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But am I simply a clerk of God’s Church–an Administrator?
 
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All deacons, priests and bishops have various clerical duties to perform day-to-day.
 
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The Dilemma of priest and pope is the same.
 
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It is:
 
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How do I do my clerical job as best I can and somehow keep riveted in my mind that my real job is to:
 
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Live as best I can the Life that Jesus led and left to us as an example?
 
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Jesus was not a clerk of the Church.
 
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He was not a bank auditor.
 
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He was not a reformer.
 
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He was an example of how best to live our lives–on a personal level.
 
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House to house, man to man.
 
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Jesus did not shuffle papers from one side of his desk to the other and call it a day.
 
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No.
 
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Jesus was out among the people:
 
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Witnessing, leading, encouraging, by example.
 
 
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Personally.
 
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I have hundreds of men in my Curia who are my subordinates.
 
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How will I live my life?
 
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I am the leader of the Church founded by Jesus Christ.
 
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Founded by Him:
 
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Personally.
 
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I think that my job is to try as best I can to live each day as best I can as Jesus lived His Life.
 
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Personally.
 
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I will endeavour to lead by example–His Example.
 
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What better can I do with the time I have left to me?
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    ~~In sunshine and in shadow~~I hold tight to the Republican view of time and money~~I write night and day~~yet~~while impecunious~~I am vastly overpaid~~in that taking pay to do what I love is unfair~~to my employer~~in a fair system~~under such circumstances~~I should pay him~~not he me~~I am far, far too old a man to be sexually confused~~praise Jesus~~but I am yet young enough to be politically confused~~is anyone not~~in an absolute sense~~I am a Catholic Royalist~~in a practical sense~~I am a Classical Liberal~~a Gaullist~~a Bonapartist~~an American Nationalist  Republican~~in either sense~~my head is soon for the chopping block~~to hasten my interlude with Madame La Guillotine~~I write without fear~and without favor of~any man~~ 
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