Bergoglio’s Maltese Bishops, follow his lead and openly dissent from the Catholic Faith

Bergoglio’s Maltese Bishops, follow his lead and openly dissent from the Catholic Faith

Posted by Vox Cantoris at Friday, January 13, 2017

In a stunning report in O’sservatore Romano, the Vatican City State’s own newspaper, the Bishops of Malta have declared themselves heretics and have placed themselves outside the Holy Catholic Church. There is simply no other way to look at the situation given what they have said.

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In a statement that will now sanction not only adultery but the open and ongoing sin of sacrilege, the bishops have said that:

“If a separated or divorced person who is living in a new relationship manages, with an informed and enlightened conscience, to acknowledge and believe that he or she are at peace with God, he or she cannot be precluded from participating in the sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist”.

They also state that avoiding sex may be “humanly impossible.”

A most interesting statement coming from men who are to be not only celibate, but chaste.

Perhaps some of these Maltese bishops speak from experience, eh?

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After all, if the Bishops of Malta think that it is “humanly impossible” to avoid sexual sin, then they must be speaking from experience and that includes this pathetic Judas, Scicluna!

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John Paul II and Benedict XVI reaffirmed the Church’s perennial teaching that divorced and remarried Catholics cannot receive Communion, except possibly when they endeavour to live “as brother and sister.”

The fact that this is happening can be lead straight to the feet of Jorge Bergoglio. There can be no holding back now of the four Cardinals, and more still, who are prepared to challenge this wrong-headed, and faithless, scandalous, malefactor on the Seat of Peter.

Jorge Bergoglio must be held to account for his error and the heretical and sacrilegious permission in Amoris Laetitia. He did it. This is his work and it must be denounced.

The Pope must recant and repent. If he dies before doing this, his judgement with Our Lord Jesus Christ will be severe.

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2 comments on “Bergoglio’s Maltese Bishops, follow his lead and openly dissent from the Catholic Faith

  1. ‘Anathema sit!’: Priest lights up Twitter after Malta’s bishops approve Communion for ‘remarried’

    Claire Chretien

    WASHINGTON, D.C., January 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – A prominent moral theologian and Dominican priest lit up Twitter on Friday with a series of tweets roasting heterodox interpretations of Amoris Laetitia.

    Father Thomas Petri, Vice President and Academic Dean of The Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies, showed with these tweets that the Dominican order’s longstanding reputation for fighting and squashing heresy is well-deserved. He was responding in particular to news that the Catholic bishops in Malta approved Communion for the divorced and civilly remarried:

    Malta’s bishops say it may be humanly impossible to avoid sex (in a civil remarriage). I wonder what they think about their own celibacy.

    Memo to Students: Precision in footnotes is important. Your salvation may be at stake.

    St. John Paul II called out this nonsense over two decades ago in Veritatis Splendor, conveniently forgotten by Maltese bishops.

    Bishops & conferences promulgating diametrically opposing norms and people still want to say #AmorisLaetitia ch 8 needs no clarification?

    Anathema sit!

    Go here on LifeSiteNews for more on the Maltese bishops’ decision: Malta’s bishops allow civilly remarried divorcees to receive Communion

  2. While difficult to imagine any possible theological negation of so many problematic papal initiatives since 1958, it is amusing to consider that even previous left-wing conciliar popes are being ignored now that the choochoo to hell has cleared the top of the big hill and the engineer is awash in sweat, shoveling coal as he stokes away, headed straight down a precipitous grade.

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