Wednesday, 13 July 2016

Vox Cantoris endorses Veri Catholici and the Libellus of Condemned Errors regarding ‘Amoris Laetitia’

Christ the King

Libellus of Condemnation of the Errors Contained in, presupposed by, or underlying the document ‘Amoris Laetitia’

Mindful of the teaching of Our Most High Lord, Jesus Christ, that our “Yes”, be a “yes” and our “No”, a “no”, and, similarly mindful of the teaching of His Vicar on Earth, Pope Pius VI, of good memory, who taught:
“Whenever it becomes necessary to expose statements which disguise some suspected error or danger, under the veil of ambiguity, one must denounce the perverse meaning under which the error opposed to Catholic Truth is camouflaged”
We the members of Veri Catholici wish to express our loyalty to the faith which we have received from the lips of Christ through the preaching of the Apostles, as handed down in the Catholic Church and fortified by the infallible Magisterium of the Church, in condemning the so called Apostolic Exhortation, “Amoris Laetitia” as a work of deceit and trickery, error and heresy, among which errors we condemn the following:


Ana Milan said...

This is an excellent exposé of Amoris Laetitia which necessitates a response. Together with the Appeal sent by 45 academics & other Petitions, PF & Co. cannot fail to ignore our frustration with his Pontificate & clarify once & for all what his Papal Exhortations & plane interviews really amount to, especially if they are to be made binding & form part of the Ordinary Magisterium. He will either have to back off or be exposed as the heretic he is. Which will it be I wonder?

TLM said...

I just watched the video sent by faithful prominent Catholics to the Holy Father on onepeterfive. They included Bishop Athanasius Schneider who PLEADED with him to end the confusion. Very well done. Charitable, all expressing their love and prayers for him, and at the same time ALL expressing their very deep concern for the ambiguity in the document. One gentleman even called for the scrapping of the document due to it's 'opening the door' to immorality and sacrilege. Will we get a response or will we again only hear 'crickets chirping'.