Look at Eduardo Miñarro – a new Bergoglian Bishop from Buenos Aires – believes embryos are not life and approves of “gay marriage!”

Look at Eduardo Miñarro – a new Bergoglian Bishop from Buenos Aires – believes embryos are not life and approves of “gay marriage!”

Posted by Vox Cantoris at Wednesday, September 28, 2016

This is the newest Bergoglian Bishop.

Clearly, Redemptionis Sacramentum never made it to Argentina.

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“The Holy Father has appointed Fr. Oscar Eduardo Miñarro as auxiliary bishop of Merlo-Moreno (area 301, population 1,051,000, Catholics 861,820, priests 59, permanent deacons 30, religious 198), Argentina. The bishop-elect was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1960 and was ordained a priest in 1995. He studied in the major seminary of Morón. He has served in a number of pastoral roles, including parish vicar, parish priest, dean, member of the diocesan pastoral council, member of the presbyteral council and the college of consultors, legal representative of various colleges and head of seminarians in the diocese. He is currently vicar general of the diocese of Merlo-Moreno and parish priest of Nuestra Señora de la Merced.”

“… With the theme of the embryos, you’re in a philosophical issue, not purely scientific. I think if we ask the question of when an embryo has life, are in a philosophical issue. What we can ask is that in philosophy there is no absolute truth. That what there are questions that generate different responses and that all can be acceptable to the extent that justify it . But who can say whether the embryo is alive or not? I think that neither religious nor scientific, it is a very complex thing. ”
AND
“… Yes, I am in favor. Also, if I say that equal marriage is enacted, it will cease to exist by that? No, it will be the same. So if there is a situation, I have not favor that this situation is dignity for the people who are living? What favor greater integration in society? And I, as a church, I can not do also feel that God is with that situation?
(Mgr.) He opposes Arancedo saying that marriage should be between two different sexes by natural complementarity of man and woman … If he makes a philosophical approach is understandable from the philosophical. I can agree or disagree, but if I put myself in the same rigid position’m being like him. The risk of these discussions is intolerance in general. I blame Arancedo intolerant and full of epithets descalificativos showing my intolerance. In those things not business: if I am tolerant I am tolerant, and if not, not. It is a different, thought justified. I do not accept it is that thought is imposed for all.
In that sense we could say that progress is being made in degrees of tolerance because, for example, recognizes the right to marry to same-sex … ”
AND
– “Review of lifestyles that separate the priests of the village, including work clothes, mandatory celibacy, house, poverty …worship…
– Review of the liturgy to achieve creative inculturation that allows the people, particularly the poor, the experience as their own language to approach God;
-Review Which mainly calls to priests, recalling that the centrality must be placed in the kingdom and evangelization rather than worship;
-Review Of all spirituality that is not a real walk in the Spirit but platonic evasion and bring to put one ear in the Gospel and an ear in the heart of the people “.

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3 comments on “Look at Eduardo Miñarro – a new Bergoglian Bishop from Buenos Aires – believes embryos are not life and approves of “gay marriage!”

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    This reminds me of:

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  2. “… With the theme of the embryos Bergoglian truth, you’re in a philosophical issue, not purely scientific. I think if we ask the question of when Bergoglio has sanity, are in a philosophical issue. What we can ask is that in philosophy there is no absolute truth. That what there are questions that generate different responses and that all can be acceptable to the extent that justify it . But who can say whether Bergoglio is sane or not? I think that neither religious nor scientific, it is a very complex thing. ”

  3. I like the term Bergoglian” better than “Pope Francis Catholic” to describe heretics and apostates.
    We use the name of the individual (Arian, Lutheran, Calvinism etc) to describe the founders of their individual heretical ideology and sect, so I think it’s appropriate to describe the adherents of Jorge Bergoglio and his heretical ideology to describe his followers.
    Our Lady of Fatima, Pray for us. St. Michael the Archangel, pray for us and for the Church

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