The new Pope is a Jesuit. This means that he belongs to an order called the Society of Jesus which was founded by Ignatius Loyola in the 16th century. It is thought that this society is basically missionary in nature. The truth is that they have a militant and sinister agenda. Based on the principle of 'conformity' to the Pope for all Christians; declaring that, “if [the Church] shall have defined anything to be black which to our eyes appears to be white, we ought in like manner to pronounce it to be black” and “striving especially for the 'defense and propagation' of the faith and for the progress of souls in Christian life and doctrine” the Jesuits are considered a militant army within the Roman Catholic hierarchy. In fact, the order was founded with one specific purpose in mind, to fight against the Protestant reformation and attempt to reverse its effects on Christendom.
Within the framework of the 'Jesuit oath' (an oath that Rome denies the existence of, but which former Jesuits have affirmed) we find these lines; “Therefore to the utmost of my power I will defend this doctrine and His Holiness's right and custom against all usurpers of the heretical or Protestant authority whatever, especially the Lutheran Church of Germany, Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway, and the now pretended authority and Churches of England and Scotland, and the branches of same now established in Ireland and on the continent of America and elsewhere and all adherents in regard that they may be usurped and heretical, opposing the sacred Mother Church of Rome.” In addition is this vow; “I do further promise and declare that I will, when opportunity presents, make and wage relentless war, secretly and openly, against all heretics, Protestants and Masons, as I am directed to do, to extirpate (root out and destroy) them from the face of the whole earth.” These things are not done openly, neither are they acknowledged by Rome. In fact they would be publicly denounced. Such is the subtlety of this order.
A Jesuit Pope would appear, to the world, to be a reformer and a friend of all men. He would be very congenial and ecumenical in his efforts. To the undiscerning eye he would seem to be the most agreeable and most charitable of men. The world, even some in the Protestant world, would generally adore and praise him. What would not immediately appear would be the reasons behind the facade. A Jesuit Pope, if he were to be true to his order, which he is bound to be, would have a singular goal of bringing all who declare themselves to be Christian under Papal authority. This goal would be pursued, not necessarily in an atmosphere of open hostility, but under the seemingly friendly guise of bringing Christian people 'home' again with 'home', of course, being the auspices of the Roman Catholic Church.
This Pope has already revealed his hypocrisy, although most people missed it. On a plane ride, in 2013 he openly declared that he was not qualified to judge homosexuals. Yet, as a Cardinal, he had declared that gay marriage was “a destructive attack on God's plan.” This flip-flopping is the well known, widely recognized, tactic of all 'politicians' who seek to advance their own agendas. He has let the cat out of the bag regarding his personal devotion also, saying that he is a "Son of the Church" regarding loyalty to Church doctrine. That doctrine must, of necessity, include the council of Trent which utterly condemned and anathematized Protestant doctrine, especially regarding salvation by grace alone through faith alone.
Of this council Pope Francis, in a November 2013 letter, stated that “it is appropriate that the Church recall with a more prompt and attentive zeal the very fruitful doctrine that came to pass from that Council held in the Tyrolean region. He added, “indeed, not without reason has the Church already for a long time directed such concern to that Council’s decrees and counsels that ought to be commemorated and observed, since, when very grave matters and questions appeared at that time, the Council Fathers applied all diligence, that the Catholic faith might appear distinctly and be better perceived.”
Christians should not be taken in by the smiles and the hugs. They should not fall prey to flattering words, no matter who speaks them. They must do diligence to know the facts. Every person who claims to speak for the Lord, Catholic and Protestant alike, needs to be examined in light of God's word and, if they are found to be false, rejected! The Jesuit order is subtle and dangerous. It always has been and always will be. It is as the leopard which cannot change its spots (Jeremiah 13:23).