Terrifying: Post-Synod document written by Pope’s friend, Ultra-Liberal Abp Tucho Fernandez – will call into question natural moral law
[Abp “Tucho” was also involved in writing Laudato Si’, the Pope’s encyclical on climate change. How will he work that into the apostolic exhortation?]
Posted by New Catholic at 1/28/2016 @ Rorate-Caeli.blogspot.com/2016/01/terrifying-post-synod-document-written.html
Tucho Fernandez in a striking pose [narcissistic?]
The president of the Pontifical Council for the Family [Abp. Paglia] has confirmed that Pope Francis’ post-synodal apostolic exhortation devoted to the family will be published by the end of March.
[Abp. Paglia] said the much-anticipated document, which summarizes the Pope’s conclusions of the two synods dedicated to the family, will be “a hymn to love, a love that wants to take care of the welfare of the young, to be close to wounded families to give them strength, a love that wants to be close to children as well as to all mankind in need. ”
Well informed sources have told the Register that the document, which observers believe will probably be released on March 19 — the feast of St. Joseph and the 3rd anniversary of the Pope’s inauguration Mass — is in its third draft. They also say that the chief drafter is Archbishop Victor Manuel Fernández, rector of the the Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina in Buenos Aires and one of Pope Francis’ closest advisers.
One reliably informed source, a recognized moral theologian who has seen the draft, said he was “deeply disturbed” by the text as it “calls into question the natural moral law”. [Edward Pentin]
Abp. Victor Manuel Fernandez (or simply Tucho, as he is widely known) had famously said the following about the first Synod of the pontificate, in 2014, also on the family:
“There was only a group of six or seven fanatics, somewhat aggressive, who didn’t represent even 5% of the total [of the Synod Fathers].” … “If we don’t open up Pandora’s box, what is done is hiding the dirt under the rug.” … “Perhaps we missed saying, at the very least, with Pope Francis: ‘who are we to judge gays?’ ”
Yes, this promises to be a magnificent document!…