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Tuesday, 26 May 2015

Pope Francis : You created this process, you called this Synod, you tolerate this chaos - CANCEL THE SYNOD NOW!

Confidential Meeting Seeks to Sway Synod to Accept Same-Sex Unions (2420)

NEWS ANALYSIS: Around 50 participants, including bishops, theologians and media representatives, took part in the gathering, held at the Pontifical Gregorian University.

 05/26/2015 Comment
Wikipedia
Cardinal Reinhard Marx, the president of the Catholic bishops' conference of Germany.
– Wikipedia
ROME — A one-day study meeting — open only to a select group of individuals — took place at the Pontifical Gregorian University on Monday with the aim of urging “pastoral innovations” at the upcoming Synod of Bishops on the Family in October.
Around 50 participants, including bishops, theologians and media representatives, took part in the gathering, at the invitation of the presidents of the bishops’ conferences of Germany, Switzerland and France — Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Bishop Markus Büchel and Archbishop Georges Pontier.
One of the key topics discussed at the closed-door meeting was how the Church could better welcome those in stable same-sex unions, and reportedly “no one” opposed such unions being recognized as valid by the Church.


Read more: http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/confidential-meeting-seeks-to-sway-synod-to-accept-same-sex-unions/#ixzz3bINIo5Qr


and this:

http://www.catholicworldreport.com/NewsBriefs/Default.aspx?rssGuid=bishops-synod-ponders-reform-of-rules-as-secretive-meeting-eyes-reform-of-pastoral-care-35545%2F

As synod council meets, 'shadow council' pushes acceptance of gay unions

May 26, 2015 4:01 PM
Rome, Italy, May 26, 2015 / 03:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- While the Synod of Bishops' ordinary council gathered to discuss the upcoming Synod on the Family this week, a private group of bishops and experts convened behind closed doors in Rome to consider the most controversial issues at the synod, particularly support of gay unions and Communion for the divorced and remarried.

8 comments:

Lynda said...

"Stable same-sex unions" - meaning obstinately and publicly, without remorse, carrying on in a depraved sexual relationship for a long time in defiance of God and their God-given nature.

Murray said...

Well, I'm sure no-one told the Holy Father about this meeting. And even if they did, it was probably in a language he doesn't understand. And even if he does, someone probably took the entire conference out of context when telling him what went on. And even if they didn't, he probably allowed the conference to take place so he knows who all the heretics are. Remember, if the news is bad, we can be 100% certain that Pope Francis had nothing to do with it!

viterbo said...

Is Francis the man to start defending the faith, protecting the flock and calling out, in no uncertain terms, the faithless to conversion?

https://harvestingthefruit.com/judging-the-matter-of-christian-unity/

Steve Skojec said...

Murray, you gave me a hearty and much-needed laugh. Thank you for that.

JTLiuzza said...

Sneaking around and conducting nefarious activities in whispers. Not unlike the conclave that elected Father Jorge. These are our shepherds.

Thomas Lewis said...

Enough is Enough, who in God's name actually believes all these years that popes don't know what is going on. They are the last in the chain of events to know? Nonsense! This is and has always been a denial process for many Catholics to suggest that NO WAY COULD THE POPE HAVE ACCEPTED THAT STUFF. When in fact, it has always been the Pope who makes things happen. I.E. Who elects these cardinals and bishops anyway - Ronald McDonald?

DJR said...

Of course, I agree with your sentiments, but I think the synod needs to go on. We have passed the point of no return. At the synod, we will see without any doubt the level of apostasy and who is involved. There needs to be open fighting among the clergy. Only in that manner can the wheat be separated from the chaff.


I believe the synod will be a wakeup call to at least some Catholics who have been in denial for many years, e.g., some of the EWTN types.


Keeping singing, Vox. We need you in the choir.

DJR

DJR said...

Of course, I agree with your sentiments, but I think the synod needs to go on. We have passed the point of no return. At the synod, we will see without any doubt the level of apostasy and who is involved. There needs to be open fighting among the clergy. Only in that manner can the wheat be separated from the chaff.


I believe the synod will be a wakeup call to at least some Catholics who have been in denial for many years, e.g., some of the EWTN types.


Keeping singing, Vox. We need you in the choir.

DJR