What do you expect from the two Synods scheduled for 2014 and 2015?
The paragraph following is in part of the answer from Msgr
the President of the Pontifical Council for the Family:
the floodgates of mercy," for remarried divorcees as well “Even
the most problematic ones feel the Pope close to them and know they
have someone they can confide in. I hope all requests and concerns will come out
into the open. I hope families hopes will be expressed and lifted;
hopes for a more untroubled future in which they can play key roles
in Churches all over the world, a world in which women do not have to
suffer humiliation. But this can only happen if the Synod manages to
“open the floodgates of mercy” so that no one, no matter what
their situation is abandoned. I shall take the liberty of listing
some of the concerns because there is also a hierarchy of concerns.
Above all, I hope poor families can be at the center of people’s
thoughts and receive help and support from wealthy countries. The
second is the need for a change of culture to help the elderly so
that a society that performs the miracle of prolonging life does not
cause an even deeper sense of solitude. The third concern involves
the sick who are deprived of affection and company. The fourth is
problematic families: “Problematic families need healthy families
to give them an open and generous welcome. The issue of remarried
divorcees is causing a great deal of tension and should be looked at
with a merciful eye, as the Pope has been urging. Mercy is not blind
and does not oppose the truth; mercy is the “suprema lex”.”
What is his truth, certainly not Christ's. This mistaken priest does not know scriptures. John
14:28 and following,  You have heard
that I said to you: I go away, and I come unto you. If you loved me,
you would indeed be glad, because I go to the Father: for the
Father is greater than I.  And now I have told you before
it comes to pass: that when it shall come to pass, you may believe.
 I will not now speak many things with you. For the prince of
this world cometh, and in me he hath not any thing”.
“Mercy” but above Him is the Father who demands justice and
satisfaction. One commentary I have read states Christ is only speaking as a man
in this case but that statement is very close to gnosticism and docetism. Christ spoke
as God and man and in this case He indicated
Is it any wonder, I ask, so few go to Confession?
Why go when there is no need to make satisfaction to make for sin, any more? Why go when we can find
Cardinals that feel they should follow Luther and not Christ. They seem to be making us very aware that where divorce is, grace abounds so greatly. Did not
Moses allow the remit for divorce? Did not Christ say no way and
corrected 'Moses' error. An error that is most faulty? I also ask, did these
fallen and divorced catholics ever go to a marriage preparation course, as demanded by church instructions?
This Monsignor obviously is oblivious to Divine
Revelation a rose ever blooming so beautifully. If the Church
realized the error in the early Church and moved to correct errors
in our practices, then we who have our hands on the plough cannot
look back, once the plough has straightened the furrow. This is an action, one of the more frequent errors compounded since
Vatican 2. The changing of God and making of Him a liar. It is comparable in oxymoronism to removing the rite of
the catechumens from the Mass and replacing it with the new
penitential rite, then in some silly action telling the catechumens
to leave the mass just after the Gospel as the RCIA manual suggests.
I sometimes feel that the retiring age for Cardinals and the other
hierarchs should be around 55.
Labels: Divine Revelation, divorce, docetism, gnosticism, satisfaction for sin