Another clue as to how the Pope is thinking about Communion for divorced/remarried

Another clue as to how the Pope is thinking about Communion for divorced/remarried

As well as for heretics, apostates, and sodomites

By Phil Lawler (CatholicCulture.org) | Nov 16, 2015

If you’re still wondering how Pope Francis will answer the question of divorced/remarried Catholics receiving Communion, take careful note of what he told a Lutheran woman who wants to share Communion with her husband. “Speak with the Lord and go ahead. I dare not say any more.”

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2 comments on “Another clue as to how the Pope is thinking about Communion for divorced/remarried

  1. Mirus takes this head-on, gets “deep” and concludes:

    “I refer to the preference I stated at the outset. But it is also essential to recognize that, in this particular case, Pope Francis has kept the relevant principles of faith very firmly in mind.”

    In his usual style of giving the appearance of thoroughly answering the question, Mirus fails to look at the obvious deviousness of the pope, the terrible scandal of his response, especially given publicly, and his disregard for the soul of this woman. And I say devious because, while having the option of taking this “offline,” he rather plows ahead to his desired public response, interjecting multiple caveats to cover his backside and to give the Miruses of his whitewash media ample wiggle room in defending him.

  2. They just won’t recognize the disease that is widespread in the Church these days – it is called Modernism and it has infected millions of Catholics. It is clearly evident among those who will not criticize the papacy out of a misjudged sense of Obedience. One wonders just how bad things will get before they come to their senses. They will do everything in their power to deny the request of Our Lady of Fatima all the while accepting the abuses that follow this denial, including almost clear-cut heresy emanating from the highest levels in the hierarchy, including, sadly, the current Occupant of the Chair of Peter. All we can do is pray that they will come to their senses before it is too late.

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