Wednesday, 27 May 2015

"Gay Marriage? A defeat for humanity" and yet ... that "secret" meeting revealed and the heretics of Vatican II have returned!

Il Foglio Quotidano is reporting today that the Secretary of State of the Vatican, Cardinal Parolin stated that so-called "gay marriage" is a "defeat for humanity." How wonderful that someone so close to the Pope himself has noticed the crisis with the people of Ireland having voted for a return of the snakes to the land of Eire. Where was the Cardinal, or the Pope for that matter, when this issue was being debated in Ireland. In Canada, we had it forced upon us by a less than Catholic Prime Minister and dictator, the Irish were stupid enough to give it to themselves. It is as if they have painted a big X on the island as if to say, "here Lord, send the big meteor right here." Perhaps Parolin is worried that Italy is next?

Edward Pentin, a brilliant reporter writes in the National Catholic Register, "Confidential Meeting Seeks to Sway Synod to Accept Same-Sex Unions."

Sarmaticus writes, "So It Was The Homo Agenda All Along." Yes, it was and we all knew it. The problem is the rest of the Catholic world has not grasped it and sadly, like Ireland, they probably would say as Dolan, "Bravo."

Steve Skojec at One Peter Five writes, "The Schism is Here. Right Now." Yes, Steve it is and we must now all crank it up to an even higher level of blogging to expose it and them and fight to wake-up ordinary Catholics to the heresy and schism that has been allowed to ferment and is now ready to explode on the scene for all to see.

The article below gives the Italian perspective and goes on to reveal certain matters as well discussed by the Swiss and Germans at that "secret" meeting. I've not had time to clean it up from the online translator, but you'll get the point.

The Church can never accept "Same-Sex Unions." If She does, she will have become a "harlot" and will have committed "fornication" and we will see the "Abomination of Desolation" set up where it ought not to be. 

Yes, friends; it is that serious and that is what we are facing.

May the LORD give us strength to fight, may Our Lady intercede for us, St. Joseph keep us faithful and St. Michael defend us in battle!

Pope Francis, you caused this. you need to act, now!

Put your coffee down, away from your keyboard and remember this:

“But even if we or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you than what we have preached to you, let him be accursed. As we have said before, so now I say again, if anyone preaches any other gospel to you than what you have received, let him be accursed. But do I now persuade men, or God? Or do I seek to please men? For if I still pleased men, I could not be a servant of Christ. But I make known to you, brethren, that the gospel which was preached by me is not according to man. For I neither received it from man, nor was I taught it, but it came through the revelation of Jesus Christ,” (Gal. 1:6-12)

"Gay Marriage? A defeat for humanity "says Parolin. But advances the front innovator of sex and family

E 'arrival in the New Instrumentum laboris, new expectations

Rome. Cardinal Secretary of State of His Holiness, Pietro Parolin, look at the results of the Irish referendum that gave the green light to the marriage between people of the same sex, and says that it is "not only a defeat of Christian principles, but it is "a defeat for humanity." The family, he added, "remains at the center and we must do everything to defend, protect and preserve the family because the very future of humanity and the Church, also faced with certain events that have happened in these days, remains the family." 

Meanwhile, bishops, theologians and cardinals of Switzerland, Germany and France debated at the Pontifical Gregorian University on the matters of sex and family and give highlight to the crucial next Synod convened by Pope autumn of 2015. A meeting, headed by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Archbishop of Monaco and Freising and the presidents of the episcopal conferences and Swiss French, Markus Büchel and Georges Pontier, divided into three parts: study on Biblical hermeneutics to start - especially the words of Jesus on marriage and divorce - then reflection on theology of love and finally various dissertations on the application of Catholic moral teaching in today. Difficult aspect, since - as put in writing the German bishops in a statement - "in the social context of our society the individual is confronted with increasing difficulties endlessly in building responsible for his life." All this behind closed doors, for about fifty guests. "They make a common front, but we are witnessing a repeat of what has already seen the opening of Vatican II," the Vatican said Foglio longtime Gian Franco Svidercoschi, former deputy director of L'Osservatore Romano, "So the Franco-German They rebelled at the curia on the issue of the conciliar commissions. "

Switzerland made it known that "the Holy Family is no longer the ideal model" (where have we heard this before???) Stop banning gay marriage is not only sensible, it is a battle right If anything, he adds, "you have to wonder what it might be fundamentally new respect to the representatives of these bishops' conferences they had already said in the past months." The fact that you have chosen Rome as the venue of the meeting, known Svidercoschi, "does, however, negate the semblance of provocation. It released a proposal to be brought to the attention of the Pope; a text to let him know that you can not go back to square one." And who knows if in relatio post assembly to be read in Francis they shove even the phrases of "fondling, kissing and sexual activity is understood as coming together" that have resonated in the august halls of Universitas Roman governed by the Jesuits. Moreover, one of the participants has focused its work on the observation that "the sexual urge is the basis for a lasting relationship", while a colleague stated quite certain that "with the lengthening of life also moves the frontier of loyalty" and in short, that being together at the same partner for decades may eventually get bored. Be careful, however, to speak of meetings and gatherings Carbonari: "Closure does not mean to conceal something, but to give everyone the freedom to say what they think," says Foglio theologian Andrea Grillo, professor at the Pontifical University St. Anselm. "There is need to understand the reality and we need to prepare new conceptual tools to make contact with this reality."

"Serve - explains Andrea Grillo - setting different theological": "The problem is not to say that the doctrine is rigid, and thus needs to be made less rigid. It would take more theological mediation, which at Trent, Vatican I and Vatican II was something fundamental; just think of the documents produced in the assizes. This, today, is lost. And 'natural, therefore, that they are the local bishops' conferences to take on this task. " Especially if "the incentive to say what you think," the parresia, "comes directly from the top, by the Pope and by important personalities around him." It is not the frank talk of these days to impress Grillo, but rather the excessive caution shown before: "Perhaps, given also the input from above, one would have expected that the theologians were more quick to respond. But there was a certain fear of exposure, which in recent months seems gone." Certainly, and this meeting has confirmed, "very few, if any, were for the inaction, to confirm what has always been said on the subject of Catholic teaching on morality. Now we discuss how and when to move on if anything. " Svidercoschi agrees: "There is perhaps a fear that there be no progress and therefore we want to emphasize the fact that there is no going back." And what happened at the Gregorian is just one example, says the professor of St. Anselm, remembering that on May 11, was held at the Theological Faculty of Northern Italy a study day on the theme of indissolubility. "The shepherds have realized that, to deal with a situation like this costume and sociological, require a different theological approach. The problem is to confront a moral and legal tradition detached from reality. " What is it then? The theologian believes that the element that has been affirmed in the last months of debate has to do with the gradual nature of the Eucharist: "We always talk about gradual penitential, but never of the Eucharist."

Eventually it will come perhaps to discuss the distinction between marriage understood as a sacrament and marriage as a contract. "And 'the German line, after all," said Grillo. It would be important, he adds, "read the experience of the second marriage no longer as adultery continued." It is a road that begins to make his way, especially in sectors of the French: "The category medieval we follow no more substance in reality we live now for two centuries." The debate, in fact, may progressively lead to the "distinction of grave sin adultery." It is to admit that "even a second marriage, even among normal wounds appropriate, can not be a state of sin." So far, he adds Grillo, he too thought out and discussed "approaches and solutions that address the individual" and has not looked at the problem in its entirety and complexity. Meanwhile, in a few weeks it will be released the new Instrumentum laboris, the track for comparison in the New Synod. To study the possibility to update the methodology of work.

These heretics have challenged the Pope and his authority stating, "you can not go back to square one." I will repeat, the Pope has caused this crisis and chaos and he has done nothing to quell it. It may be too late and perhaps it is best to let this boil fester so that the puss can explode in October for all to see.


Unknown said...

Ho-ly smoke! As in smoke of Satan that is:

"During his Pentecost homily last Sunday, Cardinal Marx called for a “welcoming culture” in the Church for homosexuals, saying it’s “not the differences that count, but what unites us.”

Anonymous said...

God bless your great work for truth. From the atheistic tyrannical state of Ireland

Anonymous said...

Even the Jesuits in Ireland promoted a YES vote by "teaching" Catholics in the country that there is no right answer despite this being a clear anti-Catholic proposal:

Anonymous said...

"Even the Jesuits". It was almost all the bishops and priests. And those good ones were too quiet, and generally did not speak with zeal and power against the intrinsic evil, and the mortal sin of voting for an invalid intrinsically evil law. Followed by the sanction of continual sacrilege of the Blessed Sacrament.