Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Bishop Schneider invites world’s prelates to sign Profession of Immutable Truths

Bishop Athanasius Schneider has called upon the world's bishops to sign the Profession of Immutable Truths.

Who will stand up and be counted?

Who will confront the heretics to their faces? 

Bishop Athanasius Schneider

EXCLUSIVE: Bishop Schneider invites world’s prelates to sign Profession of Immutable Truths

ROME, January 30, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – In an exclusive interview two weeks after issuing a profession of immutable truths about sacramental marriage, Bishop Athanasius Schneider is inviting his brother bishops around the world to join in raising a common voice in defense of the sanctity and the indissolubility of marriage, in the midst of a “neo-pagan society” where divorce has become “a plague.”
In conversation with LifeSiteNews on Jan. 15, 2018, the auxiliary bishop of Astana Kazakhstan said: “God decides the time, and the time will come when the Pope and the episcopacy again will proclaim, with all clarity, unambiguity and beauty, the sanctity of marriage, and of the family, and of the Eucharist.”
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Ana Milan said...

It is well past time for prelates to be invited to sign such documents - they are in Apostasy & have never given the smallest hint they are willing to sign anything that goes against PF. Best for those who have shown some interest in taking action to do so by way of calling for an imperfect council to tell us not to follow PF & cronies. This would make a bigger impact on the Vatican & maybe delay the introduction of the rumoured Oath of Allegiance to PF's 'magisterium'. It would also impress on the Chinese & Chileans that they are not alone in their persecution & that we must all stand together & fight these demons running the Vatican.

TLM said...

We shall see how THIS turns out, eh? Who is going to STAND with the good Bishop and WHO ISN'T? And WHERE pray tell, is the 'good' Cardinal Burke, I am wondering? He doesn't say PEEP! All talk and NO ACTION. Truly disgraceful that the Bishops have allowed this to go on for so long!! Really INEXCUSABLE.

Michael Dowd said...

My guess is the silence about this will be deafening. Hope I'm wrong.

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the unrelated post here but on another note, a very happy note, I believe Joseph Heppelle is being ordained a priest today by Cardinal Burke. If you are somehow able to, pictures of the event would be greatly appreciated!


M. Prodigal said...

Those who sign on must be willing to take the persecution that will follow because this is a voice that is NOT allowed in corrupt Vatican by the destroyers.

Kathleen1031 said...
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Anonymous said...

As a poster on commented, this invitation won't amount to a hill of beans unless an authoritative group formally asks all bishops worldwide to sign and then publishes their answers. In other words, makes them all accountable. That's what's lacking in all these attempts to resolve this crisis. If they don't do that, it'll be like the above poster said... more crickets.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

But the new church doesn't believe in immutable truths. The universe is expanding, according to their once excommunicated Jesuit, now most admired "theologian" Teilhard de Chardin. Since there is nothing outside and separate from the universe, everything is subject to change.

They honestly believe that celebration of sodomy and adultery signifies spiritual evolution, and that Jesus would celebrate it, had He lived today.

If they don't openly ridicule one appealing to immutable truths, it is because they are trying to be charitable.

God bless Bishop Schneider.

Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

When they hear about adultery, they see it as a small thing they can't be bothered with. Why? - Because the sky is falling! Global warming!
What is a little (or a lot) of sodomy, when mother nature is suffering from our CO2 emitting nostrils? Sodomy is actually great for population control!

These superior minds have big problems, unlike our silly little preoccupations. Actually, we are not seen as silly, but a greatest danger to the survival of humanity and our mother earth.

Well, we believe in eternity with God or in hell. The earth's survival is not as urgent a matter for us as our souls' salvation.

I deduce that they don't believe what we do. It is clear from hearing what they say, and seeing what they do. It would do us good to acknowledge that they are not what they should be - catholic. They simply play dress-up.

Anonymous said...

Re debate on Amoris Laetitia, FYI:
1 of 3) The Sarah case:
2 of 3) The case for absolution:
3 of 3) A possible reply to the dubia:

Kathleen1031 said...

NOTE: Please excuse the caps! In my comment above, I shared the email of Archbishop Athanasius Schneider. PLEASE do not use the email address. I received a gracious response from Archbishop Schneider in which he responded to the requests for an imperfect synod/council. It was a response he had actually sent to someone else, and he said it could be shared. I am sharing it here. It reads:

“I think it is not correct to publish without my previous permission my email address giving access to it to all people who are in contact with you on such an open manner. Furthermore I disapprove the very idea to link my name with such a wrong action as calling an “imperfect synod” or do similar actions. The method you and other people are proposing to call a kind of synod, is surely the wrong way. This action is against the Divinely established order of the sacred Hierarchy. Such a method means indeed the heresy of the so called "conciliarism" of the 15th century, which was solemnly condemned by the Church. There is no canonical authority above the Pope, only Christ is above the Pope, who is His Vicar. We can admonish the Pope, express a correction towards him, yet always with respect. In the same time we have to accompany all such acts (admonition, correction) and all our concern with ardent prayers and sacrifices for the Pope, that God may illuminate him and that God may intervene and bring to His Church again the light. It is His Church and not ours ultimately. The proposed method (of an “imperfect synod” or similar actions) is a too human method, it lacks of a supernatural view, it could be an implicit flight from bearing the suffering with the Church, who is in our days suffering her Good Friday. We have to keep the purity of our faith, defend the faith, pray for the Pope and go ahead with supernatural hope, even in the darkness. + Athanasius Schneider”

Michael Ortiz said...

The good bishop is correct.


The letter regarding possible US government interference in the conclave that elected Francis shows the seriousness of the well-founded suspicion regarding the validity of Francis'election.

The Freemasons are international and the St. Gallen Mafia are clerics, so the US government might not have been the perpetrators. But there was clearly an coup. There is plenty of evidence that Pope Benedict XVI was coerced into resigning. And there is evidence the St. Gallen Mafia illegally canvassed for votes for BerGOGlio. Either of those two scenarios would invalidate Francis' election.

The anti-Catholic Freemasons are not only in governments; they are also in finance and other professions, as well. The validity of Francis' pontificate is definitely in question...and that needs to be developed more in the alternative Catholic media to guide Catholics and the few Protestants who care what a pope says.

Michael Dowd said...

@Catholic Topics
RE: " The validity of Francis' pontificate is definitely in question...and that needs to be developed more in the alternative Catholic media to guide Catholics and the few Protestants who care what a pope says."

More and more this sounds like the truth. This would mean:

----Francis' election was illegitimate and he is not the Pope.
----Benedict is still Pope and has been.
----All of Francis edicts, new saints, statements, everything, is no longer operative or valid. His reign is null and void.

Hopefully, Francis can be "outed" for what he is and for what he is not, i.e., the Pope.