Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Cardinal Burke rebukes Pope Francis advisor Jesuit Anthony Spadaro

Raymond Cardinal Burke has written a commentary in the National Catholic Register rebuking the writing of Anthony Spadaro, S.J. and his assertion that the Synod has approved through the "internal forum," Holy Communion for adulterers.  

God bless Cardinal Burke!

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The Truth About the 14th Ordinary Assembly of the Synod of Bishops?  


In the Nov. 28 issue of La Civiltà Cattolica, Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro, director of the journal and a synod father, presents a summary of the work of the 14th Ordinary Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, dedicated to the vocation and mission of the family (pp. 372-391).

Although the author makes various affirmations about the nature and work of the Synod of Bishops, which demand critical comment in a longer study, one affirmation which necessitates immediate comment is summarized thus by the author:
The synod has also desired to touch wounded persons and couples to accompany them and heal them in a process of integration and reconciliation without barriers. Concerning access to the sacraments for those divorced and remarried civilly, the synod has formulated the way of discernment and of the “internal forum,” laying the foundations and opening a door which, on the contrary, had remained closed in the preceding synod.
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Anonymous said...

I don't understand Burke. He should be proud of himself. After all, his Church is just following his pioneering instance. Burke was probably the first bishop to consecrate a tranny to a monastery.

It places him even to the left of German bishops, as though such a thing was possible.

Vox Cantoris said...

The person to whom you refer is a Religious Sister. She suffers from hermaphroditism. She is not a "tranny." You have been badly informed and have calumniated and have now been corrected.

George Brenner said...

I have thanked Cardinal Burke for his steadfast defense of our Catholic Faith and asked him to put our council of the Knights of Columbus under his protection and guidance. He is truly doing the will of God in his fight against evil.

George Brenner
Grand Knight