Renowned Monsignor: “If the Pope does not safeguard doctrine, he cannot impose discipline”

Renowned Monsignor: “If the Pope does not safeguard doctrine, he cannot impose discipline”

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6/21/17

In an interview with Edward Pentin the Italian Monsignor Nicola Bux, a liturgist close to Benedict XVI, said about the present Church, “We are in a full crisis of faith!” According to Bux the first implication of the present doctrinal anarchy in the Catholic Church is “division”. Therefore he asks Pope Francis to correct his “ambiguous and erroneous” words and actions, that have been interpreted in a non-Catholic manner.

Concerning the non-answer to the four Dubia-Cardinals Bux says, “It is incredible that the Pope is asking bishops to dialogue with those who think differently, but does not want first to face the cardinals who are his chief advisors.”

“If the Pope does not safeguard doctrine, he cannot impose discipline” – he adds.

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2 comments on “Renowned Monsignor: “If the Pope does not safeguard doctrine, he cannot impose discipline”

  1. Based on the reluctance of the “Dubia Brothers,” at least so far, to do more than continue asking the occupant of the Motel 6 in sunny Nuovo Roma whether he has received: their “original” dubia?, their second followup letter?, their third?, their umpteenth?, etc. I remain skeptical that anything will be resolved in the matter, barring an open invocation of Canon Law by said brothers and consequent juridical action.

    The Motel 6 gang is in full war cry mode and its insults only pile up.

    And, that, mes amis, is what we call “power politics,” here in flyover country.

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