Wednesday, 7 December 2016

Bergoglio confidant Anthony Spadaro, S.J. says that it is a moral duty to commit adultery and remain in mortal sin!

“When the concrete circumstances of a divorced and remarried couple make feasible a pathway of faith, they can be asked to take on the challenge of living in continence. Amoris Laetitia does not ignore the difficulty of this option, and leaves open the possibility of admission to the Sacrament of Reconciliation when this option is lacking.”
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“In other, more complex circumstances, and when it has not been possible to obtain a declaration of nullity, this option may not be practicable. But it still may be possible to undertake a path of discernment under the guidance of a pastor, which results in a recognition that, in a particular case, there are limitations which attenuate responsibility and guilt – particularly where a person believes they would fall into a worse error, and harm the children of the new union.”
http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/2016/12/06/never-mind-the-screenshots-fr-spadaro-just-said-something-truly-eye-opening/

9 comments:

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

Forgive me for being blunt.

It is not true that people have to have sex. It is wrong to teach children that they heave sexual needs from birth. It is wrong to prescribe "medication" for the old in order for them to have sex.

When a woman was abandoned by her husband, first of all, she should not look for someone to replace him, and to take care of her husband's children. Bergoglians will say: But she might have really needed financial help, or she might have wanted a man, or both. They will continue: Now she has children with him, and he threatens to leave her, should she be a faithful Catholic and live with him like a sister.

Isn't this very common situation one which these Bergoglians men, when hinting at some very unusual, complicated circumstances? Really?


And THIS man and his demand that she would have sex with him (or her conviction that she needs/wants to have sex) is the reason why the Church should support this ungodly union? A union, where a man threatens to leave a woman he lives with, if he can not use her for sex? This vulgar arrangement is supposed to be valued and continued for "the good of the children"?

How abhorrent.

Additionally, if the woman decides to be with such a man, who says that God in His mercy for her, will not take her to heaven eventually, even if she could not live in the state of grace? No one says so.

The game is about a Church of men, where sex is worshipped on the altar. In this caricature of a civilization nothing else seems to matter more.

By accepting and supporting vulgar arrangements, these men undermine the sanctity of marriage. Their job is to serve the flock in obedience to God. God is merciful, as they like to stress, and He will justly deal with each vulgar arrangement. Justly and mercifully.

Dave Heath said...

This man's ideas prove the point of a recent post of mine that he and others in Rome believe we Catholics are just plain stupid: https://hector1088.blogspot.com/2016/12/just-do-it-already.html

Dan said...

All this likely goes back to their own inability to live their vows.

Anonymous said...

Mr Spadaro is a typical modernist "Jesuit".This Order is so corrupted that it looks more like a branch of Marxism then a holy order. http://www.traditioninaction.org/bev/094bev01-28-2008.htm

Michael Dowd said...

This kind of moral deception of trying to make legitimate an exception to the rule will have the ultimate of effect of making the rule the exception. How so perverse all of this is. And how devilish are Spadaro and Bergoglio.

Anonymous said...

I don't know why people are surprised at his words. The same idea is in the document AL itself, in footnote 329, where the Francis applies words of VatII concerning the difficulties of marital absintence, to the difficulties of abstinence of non-married couples. Quite a deception. - M. Parks

Ana Milan said...

So civilly divorced & remarried persons who have been unable to get an annulment by a Tribunal of the CC can still approach a priest & more or less demand he accompany them in their own sinful decision to continue in their adultery to a point where he & they feel they have complied sufficiently with PF's Papal Exhortation AL to enable them to receive Holy Communion. Not only are they upholding sin against the Sixth Commandment but are totally uncaring about the plight of the accompanying pastor's soul who could be in trouble with his Bishop if he failed to comply.

There is no doubt that these mouthpieces are doing the work of PF who knows full well he cannot change the Ten Commandments ex cathedra & has this demonic plan put in place to do the job by a roundabout route. The Fab Four must issue the Correction immediately. There is no time to waste. He must be hurriedly removed & a Papal Election called. PF has brought this situation about & he & they must be removed promptly & the Vatican & precincts exorcised.

Everyday For Life Canada said...

“In other, more complex circumstances, and when it has not been possible to obtain a declaration of nullity, this option may not be practicable. But it still may be possible to undertake a path of discernment under the guidance of a pastor, which results in a recognition that, in a particular case, there are limitations which attenuate responsibility and guilt – particularly where a person believes they would fall into a worse error, and harm the children of the new union.” Shakespeare has the best answer to Spadaro, “The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose.
An evil soul producing holy witness
Is like a villain with a smiling cheek,
A goodly apple rotten at the heart.
O, what a goodly outside falsehood hath!”

Christoph Rebner said...

to "attenuate responsibility and guilt" is not "a moral duty" as the author says!