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Socci: The Apostolic Exhortation is a turning-point in Catholic Doctrine

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Mortal sin is replaced with social sin and the door to Communion for the divorced and remarried is opened: the real sin is ignoring the poor

Antonio Socci

‘Libero’

April 9, 2016

Was Cardinal Kasper right when he announced “the great revolution” a month ago?  With the Apostolic Exhortation,  Amoris laetitia is Bergoglio overturning the Magisterium of the Church, thus putting himself above the words of Christ and God’s commandments?

With words he says he is not changing doctrine. But with facts he has today opened up to something that until now has been forbidden by Holy Scripture and the Church.

An operation of “double-truth” is hidden in the ambiguity of vague and misleading declarations. Why?   Is it to camouflage the “revolution”, given that the law of God cannot be overturned in the Church?

Yes, it is. However, mostly with cautious gradualism:  the ‘boiled frog’ strategy is being applied to the Church. A frog thrown into a pot of boiling water would jump out immediately.  If, instead, it is put into a pot of tepid water which is gradually heated up, it ends up being boiled without being aware of it.

So little by little for months now, we have been witnessing the continuous demolition of Catholic doctrine.  Each day a new blow.  In the end the Church will be driven to melt into a sort of United Nations of religions, with a touch of Greenpeace and the Cgil (an Italian Labour Union).

I repeat – it was Cardinal Kasper who spoke of a “first step” in the “revolution” and he was also the one used by Bergoglio at the Consistory in February 2014 to throw the “bomb” of Communion for the divorced and remarried.

This “revolution” is being carried out by cancelling the notion of “mortal sin”.  Cardinal Mueller correctly warned: “The greatest scandal the Church can give is not that there are sinners inside Her, [it is that of] ceasing to name the difference between good and evil, making them relative; i.e. ceasing to explain what sin is or claiming to justify it so as to have greater closeness and mercy towards the sinner.”

John Paul II had explained that the Church’s greatest maternal charity is precisely to sound the warning about sin and the risk of damnation.

This should be the Pope’s fundamental mission: Jesus Christ’s mandate to Peter is that of “confirming the brethren in the faith” not to confuse, destabilize and mislead.   But this is the age of Bergoglio.  Cardinal Mueller, custodian of the faith, in an interview to a Die Zeit journalist three months ago, said he didn’t believe Bergoglio was a heretic, but added: “ [It is] something completely different when a teaching of the Church officially presented, is expressed perhaps in an unfortunate, misleading or vague manner.”

Considering the Cardinal’s role, these words seem like enormous boulders. Being “misleading” means leading astray. And is a misleading Pope admissible?

Furthermore, this Exhortation shows that this misleading ambiguity is not an involuntary accident, but a precise strategy.  So much so, that yesterday a heated debate erupted over the Exhortation’s interpretations due to the vagueness of the text and its clamorous contradictions.

So confusion is being fomented by the Pope himself, who, according to the Gospel, should be obliged to speak with absolute clarity.  “But let your speech” Jesus commands “be yea, yea: no, no: and that which is over and above these, is of evil.” (Matt. 5, 37).

In contrast to this, today the double-track and double-truth are manifest seeing that the Bergoglio Party on the ‘home front’ is trying to reassure the faithful by insisting that nothing is being changed (why then shake up the Church for two years and now produce a document of 260 pages?), while outside [the Church] they are playing a fanfare about an “epochal turning-point”.

Indeed, all of the secular ultra–Bergoglian newspapers are celebrating with these headlines  “The Synod, the opening of Pope Francis: possible Communion for the divorced and remarried (Repubblica.it) ;  “The Pope opens up to Sacraments for the remarried” (Corriere.it).

Why doesn’t Pope Bergoglio order Father Lombardi to refute these newspaper interpretations, seeing that he sent him speedily to deny the trite gossip regarding his physical health?   Is it not more important to defend the faith from eventual misinterpretation than to refute health problems?

A perfect example of this refined ambiguity was the embarrassing press conference for the presentation of the Exhortation, conducted by Cardinal Schonborn , who tried to defend an untenable position for two hours.

It is the double-truth that dominates today in the Vatican. Here we have a clamorous example of it in the text of the Exhortation.  In order to claim – in words – that nothing is being changed in doctrine , Bergoglio had to remind us in some way, of the condition the Church has allowed up until now, for the divorced and remarried to receive Communion: on the condition that they live “like brother and sister.”  It was this key  passage in John Paul’s Familiaris consortio that should have been central to Bergoglio’s Exhortation, had it been in continuity with the perennial Magisterium.  Yet  Bergoglio doesn’t even mention this rule in the text but relegates it to a marginal note (n.329) and immediately afterwards demolishes it saying that without certain “intimacies” , “faithfulness” would be compromised.

From this we can deduce that for Bergoglio there is no longer any difference between families and irregular couples; on the contrary, there are no longer any irregular situations and it is no longer possible to say that they are considered per se, mortal sin. This is the crucial point.  In fact, even if it is not explicitly said that such a couple can be admitted to sacramental Communion, it is understood that it will be conceded “case by case”.

De facto, the Exhortation contradicts the letter and the spirit on justification of the Council of Trent, the Dogmatic Constitution, Lumen gentium (Vatican II) and John Paul II’s encyclical on morality, Veritatis splendor.

In point of fact, it does not place being in a state of Grace and the salvation of souls (the supreme law of the Church) as an absolute good,  but rather places social, sociological and sentimental considerations, thus gravely deluding and deceiving the faithful about the state of their soul before God, consequently placing their salvation in grave jeopardy.

Bergoglio avoids talking about “the moral law”, which the Church has condensed for centuries in dogmas and canonical dispositions, or he depicts it contemptuously as something “abstract” which cannot be applied to “concrete” situations. In doing so, he arrives at contesting Jesus Himself in His clash with the Pharisees on the question of divorce (Mat. 19, 3-12). In fact Bergoglio asserts that: “a far too abstract and almost artificial theological ideal of marriage, far removed from the concrete situations and practical possibilities of real families” (36) must not be proposed.  This would be “excessive idealization”.  Even worse:  “there is no need to lay upon two limited persons the tremendous burden of having to reproduce perfectly the union existing between Christ and His Church” (122).

In compensation, Bergoglio introduces new grave sins.  Those of the so-called “rigorists”, guilty of remembering God’s law, but most of all, those [of individuals] who don’t share his political ideas on social questions.

At no.186, Bergoglio finally remembers St. Paul’s passage which calls for the receiving of the Body of Christ in a worthy manner “otherwise one eats and drinks his own condemnation”.  Yet, in explaining what “a worthy manner” means he doesn’t say “in a state of Grace” as the Church has always taught. He does not sound a warning to couples in a state of mortal sin, but to families that are closed up in their own comfort…who are indifferent when faced with the sufferings of poor and needy families.”

The moral sins are in this way reduced.  Bergoglio introduces social sins (or socialist ones).

It would seem then, that those who don’t share his ideas on immigration should be wary of receiving the Eucharist.

Source : Rorate Caeli

 

My Comment : Well, after more contact and talk since the publication of Pope Francis Apostolic Exhortation “the Joy of Love”, probably one of the most controversial Exhortation for centuries, in other words a possible change from Church Teaching on the Eucharist Sacrament, makeup between the lines and in footpages (329, 336,351 + Chapter 8) which could lead the faithful to conclude that no ‘sin’ has ever occurred and that everything has an excusing cause, we have reached probably a Turning Point in the Catholic Church history, exactly what I have been told in 2013, God forbid but to me, we are probably now near the end and this will end as indicated in the Fatima 3rd Secret Vision, let’s Pray, thank you.

 

Aviso

 

19 thoughts on “The Turning Point ? Update read my last comment

  1. My Good Friend Joe, your opinion is welcome and hope that you will keep it until the end, as you said both cannot be right, unfortunately for me, I still think that I am well informed but time will tell only.

  2. Sorry Aviso, but the real turning point came in 1965 when the Catholic Church was hijacked by a liberal/gay mafia which has since that time devastated the faith of millions in Europe and the Americas. The next real turning point will come when Catholics say “Enough” and refuse to go co-operate any more with this demonic fifth column. The destroyers now have one of their own number on the Chair of Peter. This man is currently meeting his candidate of choice for the American Presidency, Bernie Sanders, a militant pro-abortionist and atheist. Just how much will it take to open the eyes of the Catholic population at large?

  3. Dear Aviso

    Christ stated that the gates of hell would not open against his church, which he would build on the rock named Peter. The Pope is Peters successor, and should therefore be trusted, as he si led by Christ through the Holy Spirit.
    May God bless you.

    • Hi Manuel, no one is obliged to believe in heresy, it is our Catechism, our Salvation depends of the Teaching of the Church, not from the Pope, thanks God.

    • Manuel, we owe obedience because of Christ. If any man denies Christ, we should obey God alone. You are right in saying that the gates of hell shall not prevail against the church and that Church was built on Peter the rock and that popes are Peter’s successor. But all popes have free will like any of us and freely choose their words and actions. Each of us are only led by the HolySpirit as much as we allow ourselves to be. The doctrine of infallibility only applies when formally speaking in matters of doctrine and dogma ( not all the time) and must uphold the Faith and it’s teachings as it was handed down to them, from the Apostles. Throughout Church history you will see that we have had 235 bad popes and once we even had 3 popes claiming succession at once; 2 of whom were false popes and had to be deposed by St Iraneous.
      Do you think all of Francis’ statements have been led by Holy Spirit? Do you are also know the The Bible Is the Holy Word of God and that what it tells us in Revelations what will happen in our Church and to our people? “The Church” is not a building or a pope. Christ will not leave or abandon His Catholic Church which is the community of believers which continue to uphold the true, Catholic Faith in all it’s entirety. Christ Himself is our head and to Him we owe all our allegiance. The Vicar of Christ is an office which has been entrusted to many men, not just one, but if they do not uphold Christ or the teachings of the Catholic Church, they cannot be the ‘Vicar of Christ’. Yet , by Christ, we are never abandoned. Do not think we do not love the pope’s soul & out of charity, pray for him daily. God bless you too+

    • Could you please direct me to that, No? I have just read Rorate Caeli who put out an opinion on Cardinal Burke and I’m sure thee will be many more. I can’t tell comment on everything or about all the various opinions, of course. What I will say is this. The sake of our souls relies in us carefully discerning the Truth and being Faithful to Jesus Christ and Holy Mother Church, not faulty human men. From my experience in the confessional and through God speaking within me as I have examined my conscience and motivations, I have found that it is the devil that makes excuses for sin. Situations are very hard both in a Holy marriage and out …the Truth about sin always is better. That is why this situation MUST be discussed and made clear: for the sake of YOUR soul, MINE and ALL. Believe me, an easy way out is tempting! How many things I could then overlook! But God knows I would be forsaking Him and His Body and Blood and all those souls that are counting on us to ensure they receive the Truth- as the means to SANCTITY and SALVATION. It is the hard road that leads to heaven. Pray that all can discern and uphold the Holy Will of God.

    • No what ? if you are worry about my soul, please Pray for me, that’s the best you can do for me Anonymous, next time give us your name as well, if you want more respect from me, thank you.

      About Cardinal Burke as he said, Pope’s Exhortation not Magisterial, probably you do not know the meaning, in other words and without the diplomatic way needed when you are a Cardinal, this Exhortation can’t change the Teaching of Church, so 2 years and Synod for Nothing and to put in the trash.

      More about cardinal Burke and the Exhortation below :

      https://www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/cardinal-burkes-puzzling-response-to-the-popes-exhortationmakes-perfect-sen

  4. For your information, many among you have contacted me about the so called forum “Mother of God” (read Mother of Medjugorje, it is closer to the Truth than the Mother of God) where I was myself a member and banned by memory 4 times (probably a record) regarding the leader of this web site, the Padraig and co about an important event related to our Church and a so called Visionary Pedro Regis, well I met myself 3 main members of this Pedro Regis in Garabandal last year, a bunch of illuminated, when they saw Aviso then turned their back to me and I was probably the only one in the village to whom they did not proposed their advertisement, they even tried to contact my own wife as Amalia (Loli’s sister) giving them some kind of Prayers and so on from this Pedro, when my wife show it to me, I put it myself in the trash, so in other words, I am not aware of any special event related to our Church and the Holy Father for the next few days or weeks, please stay in Peace and be sure if Something important was on the way (like the Garabandal Warning…etc…), I would be aware myself, thank you.

    • I know these prophecies. Thank you Lord for you have provided Your Own Mother, as at Garbandal and Fatima to warn us repeatedly! All of these fit like a puzzle. Also read about Blessed CatherineEmmerich and the amazing, relevant prophecies for our time given through Our Lady of Good Success. God has always spoken through His prophets. To not listen is to ignore God Himself. We are not certainly not compelled to believe all and must be very careful to discern; but to discern none is to despise Wisdom. God warns us because He loves us. God bless you+++ Bairbre.

      • DonnaLiane, La Salette is approved by Our Catholic Church very late , I think it may be around 1970 s. I do not know why the Catholic church had rejected the messages of La Salette at the early stage. Kibeho messages is approved by Our Catholic Church, but not all Kibeho visionaries are approved, excluding three ladies. Our Lady of Kibeho wishes us to say a rosary of the seven sorrows of Mary twice a week. Sorrowful Mary wishes to bless us with very special graces when we say the rosary of the seven sorrows of Mary…Garabandal is not yet approved. Our Lady of Medjugorje said that she started at Fatima and will finish in Medjugroje. wait and see. so many confusing messages from many visionaries around the globe. You are absolutely right that we are not forced to believe all and we must be very careful.

  5. Have you heard about Father Joseph Whalen.? from USA. He is now 91 years old. He is very devoted to Our Lady of La Salette. He is a La Salette missionary Healing priest. You may view Father Joseph Whalen praying to the beautiful statue of Our Lady of La Salette on ” youtube.” fr.JosephwhalenMS_LaSalette_prayer_(640×480).mp4

    http://www.straphaeloil.com

  6. Yes the more I read, the more serious it is. Currently I can’t get his pernacious error out of my head ” no-one can be condemned forever; it’s not the way of the Gospel..” The loss of souls believing that one lie will be so great. It is a HERESY. Does anyone disagree??!!
    Pray for the protection of souls and to keep the deceiver away!! To keep the devil from tempting them to believe untruths which will lead them to hell!
    Come quickly Lord Jesus!

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