It's almost like he's got some kind of plan to engage the Muslims.
But I know THAT can't be true, because Zuhlsdorf says he is still wandering around like a zombie. Zuhlsdorf couldn't be completely clueless, right? So that leaves.... Hmmmm....
And get this!
Zuhlsdorf is so frightened by the commentary I'm providing here that he's actually blocked my access to his website!
I first noticed it long before I made any posts on my blog about his shenanigans.
I was posting on Facebook about my suspicions concerning his Pope Francis commentary and noticed I couldn't hit his site cleanly when I went for supporting links and documentations. That aroused my suspicions even more. It also motivated me to actually post this stuff to my blog.
Following that, as I've had time, I've run a few tests over the last few days, and yes!
He's definitely banned me from even reading his site.
That's pretty impressive.
All that work just to shut up little ol' me.
Of course, what he's doing now just confirms what I've been saying.
I man who is as well-connected as he claims to be may very well be spearheading interference from bishops and cardinals who are unhappy with the Pope the conclave elected.
Everyone is deeply interested in whether this Pope is going to clean up the Curia. (Remember Benedict's warning and the reports on Benedict's desk?)
Everyone expects push-back from the Curia as curial officials attempt to resist the changes Pope Francis might be interested in applying. And Zuhlsdorf has friends there.
He's not presently in the Curia, so he's not clearly linked to it, he can act as a mouthpiece outside fomenting dissent, he's well-placed in the Catholic blogosphere. Practically perfect in every way.
That's right, folks... What if Father Zuhlsdorf is part of the Curial push-back effort?
Put that in your pipe and smoke it.