Saturday, 17 October 2015

Heresiarch Cardinal Reinhard Marx - Conscience should dictate - rejects Humanae Vitae

Heresiarch's Cupich, the Judas Priest of Chicago's statement yesterday to LifeSiteNews on conscience seems to have had its motivation in the German Heresiarch Cardinal Marx's Wednesday comments. 

Christine Niles at ChurchMilitant is reporting that Marx's words are his "boldest statement yet on Communion to the divorced and remarried" (without a decree of nullity).

Marx said on Wednesday:

"The Church should seriously consider the possibility — based on each individual case and not in a generalizing way — to admit civilly divorced and remarried believers to the sacrament of Penance and Holy Communion when the shared life in the canonically valid marriage definitively has failed and the marriage cannot be annulled, the liabilities from this marriage have been resolved, the fault for breaking up the marital life-bond was regretted and the sincere will exists to live the second civil marriage in faith and to educate children in the Faith."
"We need to make more room for the conscience of the bride and married couples in our preaching and our pastoral outreach. It is certainly the task of the Church to form the consciences of the faithful, but the judgment of conscience of the people cannot be replaced. This is especially true for situations where the partners who experience a conflict in values must make a decision about whether to be open to the procreation of children vs. the preservation of their marriage and family life when the two conflict with each other."
 "Can we evaluate sexual acts in a second civil marriage exclusively as adultery?"
Pure, unadulterated heresy and promotion of sacrilege and a mind as warped from Catholic thought from the rot of the pornographic empire of the German bishops.

Not only has this heresiarch renounced Humanae Vitae on the matter of "procreation of children," he has given a clear rejection of Gaudium et Spes, the Pastoral Constitution of the Churchin the Modern World, promulgated by His Holiness Pope Paul VI on December 7, 1965
 16. In the depths of his conscience, man detects a law which he does not impose upon himself, but which holds him to obedience. Always summoning him to love good and avoid evil, the voice of conscience when necessary speaks to his heart: do this, shun that. For man has in his heart a law written by God; to obey it is the very dignity of man; according to it he will be judged.(9) Conscience is the most secret core and sanctuary of a man. There he is alone with God, Whose voice echoes in his depths.(10) In a wonderful manner conscience reveals that law which is fulfilled by love of God and neighbor.(11) In fidelity to conscience, Christians are joined with the rest of men in the search for truth, and for the genuine solution to the numerous problems which arise in the life of individuals from social relationships. Hence the more right conscience holds sway, the more persons and groups turn aside from blind choice and strive to be guided by the objective norms of morality. Conscience frequently errs from invincible ignorance without losing its dignity. The same cannot be said for a man who cares but little for truth and goodness, or for a conscience which by degrees grows practically sightless as a result of habitual sin.
Pope Francis is derelict in his duty as Bishop of Rome and Pope of the Universal Church. There was a time that a cardinal who made such a statement would be stripped of his scarlet and sent packing to a monastery.

There is one person that can fix this mess and it is Francis who must abide by doctrine and tradition. 


Murray said...

...when the shared life in the canonically valid marriage definitively has failed and the marriage cannot be annulled...

Well, that's been already taken care of in Mitis, hasn't it? Who won't be able to procure an annulment under the new order?

Francisco Vilaça Lopes said...