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Thursday, 30 July 2015

Pushers of the Sodomy Synod will be stopped!

Get out the pitchforks and torches folks.

It's time!

http://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/shadow-council-pushes-heresy

Church Militant - Serving Catholics

Shadow Council’ Pushes Heresy

Speakers spun rationalizations for contraception, sodomy and Communion for divorced adulterers

ROME, July 30, 2015 (ChurchMilitant.com) - Contraception, homosexual activity and Communion for divorced adulterers — all were endorsed and rationalized by speakers at a private conference held at a Jesuit university in Rome earlier this year. Presenters at the invitation-only conference, which suspicious critics are calling the "shadow council," or "shadow synod," also rejected the idea that any acts, such as artificial contraception or sodomy, should be called "intrinsically evil."

http://www.catholicworldreport.com/Item/4064/shadow_council_speakers_push_acceptance_of_contraception_homosexuality.aspx

Catholic World Report

July 29, 2015
On July 17, nearly two months after the fact, the German bishops conference released the text of the meeting's interventions, in French, German, and Italian
Cardinal Reinhard Marx of Munich and Freising, Germany, gestures during a news conference in Rome in February 2012 (CNS photo/Max Rossi, Reuters); right: The Pontifical Gregorian University at night, in a 2007 photo (Wikipedia)
Rome, Italy, Jul 29, 2015 / 03:01 am (CNA).- Yes to contraception, homosexual acts, and Communion for the divorced and remarried – all considering the circumstances. No to understanding any acts as intrinsically evil.

These are the positions advocated by speakers at the May 25 “shadow council” which gathered prelates and theologians, led by the German bishops, at a Jesuit university in Rome.

That day 50 specially chosen representatives of the the German, Swiss, and French bishops conferences gathered at the Pontifical Gregorian University for a closed-door meeting, with the aim of reflecting on the biblical and theological bases of the family, and of discussing their goals for the Synod on the Family which will be held at the Vatican this October.

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