Thursday, 6 October 2016

Heresiarch Bishop Bonny seeks to bless sodomite "unions"

We have reported on this malefactor before. Bishop Johan Bonny of Antwerp.

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This latest leads one to conclude that this, so-called bishop, is nothing more than a homosexual himself. What a disgusting boil on the Body of Christ. A wolf in sheep's clothing. A sodomite, hidden in the priesthood to wreck the Church, to undermine the faith.

Is there any faith left in Belgium? Are there any Catholics there to challenge this viper, this fraud, this scum.

And if that is not enough to cause you to hurl your cookies. look at the two sodomites praised in Schönborn's Cathedral of St. Stephen's bulletin with the African boy they adopted. Poor kid, I guess these two have a new plaything.

One does not need a tin-foiled hat to recognise the obvious. The Bride of Christ has been infiltrated by sodomites, filthy perverts, to undermine the faith and destroy the Church. They now have in the Seat of Peter, a sympathiser. 

Lord Jesus Christ, glorious judge. Save your Church and us from these deceitful wolves.


In a book-length interview published next week  Johan Bonny, the Archbishop of Antwerp, proposes a rite for blessing homosexual persons in so-called same-sex "marriages", divorced and remarried couples, and cohabiting couples formally referred to as couples 'living in sin'. Archbishop Bonny   makes his proposals in a conversation with Roger Burggraeve and Ilse Van Halst published in the book, "May I? Thank you. Sorry: Frank dialogue about relationships, marriage and the family."

Archbishop Bonny proposes that the Church offers non-sacramental recognition, acceptance and blessing of individuals in illicit relationships. He outlines one possibility by asking can he as a bishop provide a ritual to believers who live together and wish each other the best, in the light of God's presence, similar to parents giving a cross to their children? He argues that a cross is not a sacrament, but belongs to the order of sacred signs and gestures. He wonders if the Church can establish shades  between the "nothing" for unmarried couples and the "all" of the sacramental marriage recognising what is "already" is, and simultaneously see what it is "not"?

Archbishop Bonny acknowledges that homosexual persons cannot enter into a true sacramental union because they cannot express the deep symbolic link between gender differences and fertility. However, he wants the Church to recognise that homosexual persons who pursue exclusive and lasting relationships. He questions whether the Church should squeeze everything into one model but instead asks whether the Church should evolve a variety of rituals to recognise the "love between homosexuals".

Regarding the divorced and civilly re-married, Archbishop Bonny proposes that the issue of communion for remarried divorced should be carefully considered. He recognises that this is not about a global 'yes' or 'no', but a balance. He proposes pastors make judgments based on the individual situation of the people in question. Or rather, they can and must decide with them on the basis of a number of criteria.

The Archbishop of Antwerp admits that he believes that the Church could bless  second marriages in some cases, even if the first marriage remains valid, following the example of the Orthodox Church. He sees such a blessing as an act of mercy that does not repeat or replace the first sacramental marriage, which remains unique.


By proposing that the Church bless so-called same-sex "unions" Archbishop Bonny ignores the warning given by Cardinal Ratzinger in 2003. What he wrote about legal recognition applies even more so to ecclesial recognition:

"Recognition of homosexual unions or placing them on the same level as marriage would mean not only the approval of deviant behaviour, with the consequence of making it a model in present-day society, but would also obscure basic values which belong to the common inheritance of humanity. The Church cannot fail to defend these values, for the good of men and women and for the good of society itself."

Furthermore, it's hard to reconcile Archbishop Bonny's proposals for ecclesial recognition of divorced and civilly re-married couples with the explicit teaching of Our Lord on the indissolubility of marriage:

"They said, “Moses allowed a man to write a certificate of divorce, and to put her away.” But Jesus said to them, “For your hardness of heart he wrote you this commandment. But from the beginning of creation, ‘God made them male and female.’ ‘For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh.’ So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man put asunder.” And in the house the disciples asked him again about this matter. And he said to them, “Whoever divorces his wife and marries another, commits adultery against her;  and if she divorces her husband and marries another, she commits adultery.” (Mark 10: 4-12.)


Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

He takes it for granted that sodomites living together wish each other the best, and therefore deserve a blessing from God.
Wishing each other the best can not possibly mean participating with that person in a sin calling for vengeance to heaven.
If a man loves another, and he wishes him the best, he is his friend, and he desires eternal salvation for him. He definitely doesn't engage in sinful, unnatural, disgusting and soul-damaging genital activities with a man he loves. If a man is a human being even with the lowest expectations of himself, with the lowest moral standards, he doesn't bring a child into the Sodom he has created, A bishop who blesses sodomites for their genital activities, and doesn't call on them to stop abusing children (this is what modelling sodomy as virtue to children must be called), is not a man even with the lowest of low moral standards. As bishop he is to be despised for his support for evil more than the sodomites themselves.

Unknown said...

Folks, this Bishop is "in full communion with the Holy See"!

Anonymous said...

I think we all know exactly what kind of "man" Bonny is. Just look at his picture. What a deceiving, demonic creep.

Anna said...

And Jesus wept.

Mike said...

He is not a bishop, because he was consecrated in the highly doubtful/invalid new rite of episcopal consecration that Paul VI promulgated in 1968.

He is not a Catholic, and outside the Church because he publicly defects from the Catholic Faith.

To put it simply, he is just a non-Catholic layman.

The worst part is that he claims a bishop's title, a nice residence, an audience, a salary, authority over other laymen who are thought to be Catholic Priests at his beck and call, and the submission of the four or five Catholic laity left in his diocese.

He must not be considered a Catholic Bishop.

Restore-DC-Catholicism said...

When will he start yammering for "blessings" upon abortionists and euthasia practitioners as they perform "mercy"? Just wait; it probably won't be long.