Wednesday, 4 November 2015

BREAKING: Dominican real "theologian" determines Pope Francis' Synod document could lead to "de facto schism"

Sandro Magister has another must-read column. A thorough and superb analysis of the Final Relation from the Synod. We must not allow the heretic priests, bishops and commentators to get away with their modernist interpretations. We must call them heretics because that is what they are.

Here is how the real "theologian" speaks and sums up the situation.

Ultimately, if in one territory the priests encouraged by the “guidelines” of their bishop end up establishing practices that are uniform but divergent from those of other territories, this could lead to a de facto schism, legitimized for both sides by a dual possible interpretation of this document. And so we come to what we had presented back in July as a situation to be feared, if the synod did not succeed in defining a clear approach. And here we are.

The rest can be read at the link below. It is worth reading and sending to every priest you know.

Synod of Discord. Toward a “De Facto Schism” in the Church?

Dominican theologian Thomas Michelet lays bare the ambiguities of the synodal text. Which has not brought unity but has papered over the divisions. The conflict between “hermeneutic of continuity” and “hermeneutic of rupture.” The dilemma for Francis

by Sandro Magister

ROME, November 4, 2015 – Two weeks after its conclusion, the interpretations of what the synod on the family said still do not match up.

For some, this uncertain outcome was intentional. Fr. Adolfo Nicolás Pachón, the superior general of the Jesuits whom Pope Francis included on the commission charged with writing the final “Relatio,” openly claimed it as a success just after the synod ended:

“In everyone’s mind, on the commission, the idea was to prepare a document that would leave the doors open, so that the pope could come and go, do as he sees fit.”

And in fact all the expectations are now focused on what Francis will say. Who for his part already on October 28 revealed his intentions by telephone to his friend Eugenio Scalfari, a professed atheist and the founder of the leading newspaper of Italian secularist thought, “La Repubblica,” who promptly transcribed the pope’s words as follows:

“The diverse opinion of the bishops is part of this modernity of the Church and of the diverse societies in which she operated, but the goal is the same, and for that which regards the admission of the divorced to the sacraments, it confirms that this principle has been accepted by the synod. This is bottom line result, the de facto appraisals are entrusted to the confessors, but at the end of faster or slower paths, all the divorced who ask will be admitted.”


Michael Dowd said...

How marvelous it is that Pope Francis can now have things exactly as he wishes while still claiming that Catholic doctrine has not changed. Thus we have the de facto Protestation of the Church continuing unabated so that Man can ignore the Commandments of God guilt free.

It is still hard for me to believe all of this is actually happening. This can only be the work of the devil who is no doubt celebrating even more than Fr. Adolfo Nicolás Pachón, the superior general of the Jesuits. May God have mercy on us all.

Dorota said...

I can't believe it either. We have the Word of God versus the ignorant, post-Vatcian II masses with their misconceptions, sins and entertainments, all lovingly accompanied by the clergy, by the pope. A diabolical deception. This isn't even a confusion, because it is deliberate.
The pope knows what the Word of God is, and what it means to deliberately confuse others.
We all know of a snake, who has been doing it from the beginning.

Michael Dowd said...

The only I see for the Pope doing what's he's doing is that he really doesn't believe in Jesus and what He says. In other words the Pope lost his faith somewhere along the line. It is inconceivable to me that the Pope could do the things he does if he really believed. If he did believe he would know that causing the scandal and confusion he does would send him direct to hell.

Greg J Ben said...

The Sodomites, the Abortionists, the Marijuana-for-recreation advocates, and all those who call for depravities contrary to the teachings of God are small, even very small in number compared to the population of the world, yet, they were, are and will be able to force and push their evil agenda to the point of legalizing it and to silence the majority by using tactics like "human rights," "mercy," "equality," "feminism," etc., etc., etc.

It is happening in society as it is happening in the Catholic Church.

This is a fact.

As I said previously, there wouldn't have been any need for a "Synod on the Family" if there wasn't anything wrong, or unbiblical with the Catholic Church and especially with the high ranking hierarchy, starting with the Pope.

The Synod was not for the Christian Family, it was for these heretics and the Catholics-in-name-only: The sodomites, the feminists and the divorced and the divorce advocates.

But, the evil few managed to grow and their evil spread over the years in the Church. They keep inventing excuses to do whatever is possible to change the Church to fit their way of life.

They are using the same tactics of the world, because they are from the world:

"Mercy," "Human Rights," "Equality," etc., etc., etc.

God is being portrayed by these evil men and the so-called "Catholics" as judgmental, cruel, bigot, unforgiving, unmerciful, etc., etc., etc.

They pretend to be more "merciful" than God.

But let's always remember, as I also told you before, it is all about MONEY.

Open the Church to all people (no judgment, no sin, no repentance, no hell, everything is nice, and heaven is on earth), ask for money, get richer.

Eventually, the Church will be no more "Catholic" as we used to know Her. Call it schism, split or whatever.

In fact, I don't think the Western part of the Church will go through a schism.

But I do think that the Eastern part will split.

The East (the Byzantine) is traditionalist, so far.

And the Roman Catholic Churches in Poland and in other Eastern countries seem to still holding to the faith, also so far.

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