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Saturday, 11 June 2016

Cardinal Müller Describes Main Adviser of Pope Francis as "Heretical"

Cardinal Müller Describes Main Adviser of Pope Francis as "Heretical"
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(Rome) In recent interview with the Herder Korrespondenz Cardinal Gerhard Müller, Prefect of the CDF, described the closest adviser of Pope Francis as "heretical".
In the June issue of Herder Korrespondenz (issue 6/2006) reaffirmed the Cardinal Prefect, that "no one" should relativize the doctrine of the papacy as a divine institution, for that would mean, wanting to "correct God." Some time ago, there was someone who was presented by "certain media" as one of the "closest advisers" of the Pope, the Cardinal said. This consultant has opined that there would be no problem in transferring the seat of the Pope to Medellin in Colombia or elsewhere, and the various Curia offices could be shared among the various local Churches. This, says Cardinal Müller, is fundamentally wrong and "even heretical". On this subject, it is sufficient to read the Dogmatic Constitution "Lumen Gentium" of Vatican II in order to identify the ecclesiological nonsense of such mind games. "The seat of the pope is Peter's in Rome."

4 comments:

GMUA said...

Every justification is "founded" upon vatican II.. It's as if the Church began in 1965..

Anonymous said...

Well it's a perfect match. We have a heretical Clown C Jorge, that has a heretical advisor C.Fernández. No wonder the bride of Christ is on the cross.

James said...

It's a circus and a freak show in the Vatican under Pope Francis, his art-of-kissing theologian, and all of his other sycophants.

Michael Dowd said...

Thanks Vox. But after this we may have to color Muller gone. Our dear Pope may find such outspokenness intolerable.