Notice the profound disparity between the teachings of two men Roman Catholics call their popes. We must encourage Catholics to believe the infallible, inspired words of Peter and reject the fallible, unispired opinons of Francis. 

The Apostle Peter Pope Francis
  • believes he is supreme head of the Church with universal power (CCC 882)
  • taught we are born again through the living, abiding Word of God (1 Pet. 1:23)
  • teaches we are born again through the ritual of baptism (CCC 1213)
  • taught salvation by faith in Jesus Christ alone (Acts 4:12)
  • teaches salvation without Jesus Christ (CCC 841)
  • taught eternal life is a gift of grace and secured by the power of God (1 Pet. 1:3-5)
  • teaches eternal life is attained by merit and lost by mortal sin (CCC 2027, 1035)
  • believes Peter is the rock (CCC 442)
  • taught Jesus was the guardian of the souls in the church (1 Pet. 2:25)
  • believes he has supreme and unhindered power over the souls in the church (882)
  • warned of false teachers who would teach heresies and malign the truth (2 Pet. 2:1-2)
  • has revealed he is a false teacher by his perversion of the Gospel of grace (CCC 969, 1129)
  • believes he is infallible (CCC 891)
  •  welcomes adoration of men