Friday, 18 September 2015

Rosica and Baldissiri in conversation: "there must be an update ... the Church must be made incarnate into time." Barona asks, "What does he mean?"

Father Thomas J. Rosica, CSB of the great Salt+Light media empire and official English-language spokesman for the Round II of the Synod on the Family interviewed Lorenzo Cardinal Baldissiri in July 2014 on the "Witness" series on the same Salt+Light.

Cardinal Baldissiri was in charge of the Synod on the Family at the behest of Jorge Bergoglio, Bishop of Rome.

Barona at Toronto Catholic Witness has posted a portion of less than a minute from the interview.
"Things have happened, may new things" exclaims the Cardinal to Rosica as he tries to defend how the great Familiaris Consortio needs to be thrown on the dust heap of history as Humanae Vitae will be with this new Synod on "conscience."
So, what does the Cardinal mean? Could it mean, as Father Thomas Rosica has said many times that:
"Doctrine changes when pastoral contexts shift and new insights emerge such that particularly doctrinal formulations no longer mediate the saving message of God's transforming love?" Does he mean that "Doctrine changes when the Church has leaders and teachers who are not afraid to take note of new contexts and emerging insights?" Or does he mean that, "It changes when the Church has pastors who do what Francis has been insisting: leave the securities of your chanceries, of your rectories, of your safe places, of your episcopal residences go set aside the small minded rules that often keep you locked up and shielded from the world?" 
It is all becoming clearer. With the Bergoglio motu proprio permitting "millions" of annulments, the question of Holy Communion for the divorced and remarried, that heretical proposal put forward by Cardinal Kasper and so admired by Pope Francis, is now a moot point. Writing on his blog at Salt+Light, Rosica says that:
"Today’s decrees did not address the significant question of Holy Communion for the divorced and remarried. The Church did not back down from its stand on divorce, but the Church was at least trying to show greater compassion and outreach to those who have experienced a breakup of their marriage. By implementing the compromise in advance, Pope Francis has not resolved the Communion debate; he has put it into a new context. The question must be studied further by the pastors of the Church."
And there we have it. There is no need to debate whether Catholics who divorce and remarry civilly should receive Holy Communion (they cannot as they are in a state of mortal sin - adultery) because everyone can get an annulment and then it is no problem!

The Pope is duplicitous. (as a Catholic, I can't believe I just wrote that). On the one hand, he upholds doctrine on Holy Communion and on the other hand he changes the pastoral practice (by providing annulments for nefarious and new invented reasons such as lack of faith) so that it's no longer an issue. They've done it. They've done exactly what they said that they would do. Earlier this year, I was sued for saying that they would do this even though I was quoting there own very words.

Ipso chango facto!

The next time that they tell you that the Pope did not create "Catholic Divorce" with these reckless changes to the annulment process, read them the quotes above and then get ready for the next wave of heresy that is coming out of Rome under the watchful eye of Francis himself aided and abetted by pervert protectors such as Danneels, sodomite union advocates such as Bonny and those who would equate the murdering of babies and cutting up of their bodies for money with unemployment such as Cupich.

We did not get the Pope we needed in 2013, we got the Pope we deserved.

As Christopher Ferrara states in this video, "They've wrecked the liturgy, they've wrecked the Church's mission to the world" and now they want to wreck the family under their false vision of mercy and maniacal ecumenical infantilism that is better suited to the P2 Lodge than the Holy Catholic Church. When the Grand Lodge of Italy proclaimed that "with the election of Bergoglio nothing will be the same again," know it to be true. 

May the days of this tribulation be shortened lest more souls be lost because of false teachers and false prophets and may we soon see a Holy Pope who will "restore all things in Christ" emerge on the loggia of St. Peter's Basilica not with "good evening" but with a resounding Viva Cristo Rey!


Aged parent said...

I'd love to punch Father Rosica right in the nose but, looking at that gherkin in the middle of his face, I think someone has beat me to it.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why, given all of the evidence presented before the world on a daily basis, and viewed within the 20/20 lens of Catholic Prophecy, that the world continues to believe that unless the "Holy Pope" referenced here is Pope Benedict XVI, that there will be no restoration from a "next Pope". The world has become deaf and dumb to the "obvious" that is all around us. Its time to choose whether to go over the cliff with all of the lemmings who adore this man, or get down on your knees and be prepared to be holy warriors in what can only be described as a "Remnant Army" willing to be martyrs for our faith. Please listen to Dear Dr. Kelly Bowring, a Catholic Theologian, in good standing (for now) and prayerfully discern the truth of his message for yourself, and then continue to watch Francis very carefully in the coming days, stay informed, and then for goodness sake, start putting the puzzle pieces together for yourself.

Come Lord Jesus!

Barona said...

Within weeks the eminent Cardinal and his friends will tell us what he means. Or, dare I say it, they will sweep under the carpet their heresies if opposition will be had. Modernists love operating under cover, secretively. When confronted they will back down. And they certainly will be confronted by the bishops from Africa, Asia, Poland...and I suspect Canada. Even the US delegation, with Archbishop Kurtz leading will not dare to throw itself in with prelates who are advocating sodomy, as the German bishops' Conference is!

However, even if they do back down, we should not rejoice. Rejoice in what? If we hold the line against adultery and sodomy, they will merely return to their dioceses and continue pouring spiritual poison into the faithful's souls. No, these men need to be driven out of the Church since they refuse to leave. At least Luther had the decency to pack his bags and leave. The man may have been many things; he was not a hypocrite.

And what of Rome? The modernists, the heretics will still roam the corridors of Vatican City. Perhaps it will be time for Catholics to shut off the donations and put and end to their lifestyles. These men need to give up their diplomatic meals, jet-set lifestyles, their cars...

Anonymous said...

What a miserable state the Church is in. These men are evil scum.

Anonymous said...

Basically, they want to change doctrine with every ' new thing' that comes along. This is nothing more than being ' worldly' and changing according to ' the world'.
We are IN the world, but not OF the world.

It would do them well to remember John 15:19 " If you had been of the world, the world would love it's own:but because you are not of the world, but i have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.[20]Remember my word that i said to you: The servant is not greater than his Master."