Pro-Sodomite Cardinal Attacks Dubia-Cardinals

Pro-Sodomite Cardinal Attacks Dubia-Cardinals

Pro-Sodomite Cardinal Christoph Schönborn of Vienna, Austria, attacked the Dubia Cardinals, one of them will be buried tomorrow, in front of journalists ahead of a conference in Ireland, reports the Tablet. “That cardinals, who should be the closest collaborators of the pope, try to force him and put pressure on him to give a public response to their publicised letter is absolutely inconvenient behavior.” And, “If they want to have an audience with the pope, then they ask for an audience but they do not publish that they have asked for an audience.” Francis has for months refused to enter into dialogue with these cardinals.

Further, Schönborn rejected a criticism by Cardinal Müller who found his interpretation of Amoris Laetitia “unconvincing”. Schönborn replied, “It is my opinion and whether other people share it, is up to them.”

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  1. Cardinal Schönborn: Unrepentant Adulterers May Receive Communion

    Vienna Cardinal Christoph Schönborn claimed during a talk on July 13 in Limerick, Ireland, that Amoris Laetitia truly expresses the Catholic Faith, writes Greg Daly on Twitter. Schönborn explained that the answer to the Dubia (doubts) of the four cardinals is always “yes”.

    The five Dubia are (simplified):

    1. Do married persons who live in a new union like being married, have access to the sacraments?
    2. Are there still absolute moral norms that prohibit intrinsically evil acts without exceptions?
    3. Are there still objective situations of grave habitual sin?
    4. Is it still true that circumstances and intentions can never change an evil act to be good or defensible?
    5. Is it still true that conscience cannot legitimate exceptions to absolute moral norms?

    The problem of Schönborn’s response: If the first question is answered with yes, then the other four questions must be answered with no.

    In May 2016 Pope Francis, during a meeting with the leadership of the Latin American Episcopal Conference (CELAM), said that Schönborn is “the best guide” for understanding the controversial eighth chapter of Amoris Laetitia to which the Dubia refer.

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