Fr. Spadaro, S.J.: Pope Francis Thinks The Ten Commandments Are Optional

Fr. Spadaro, S.J.: Pope Francis Thinks The Ten Commandments Are Optional

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10/9/17

Pope Francis thinks that the Catholic Church can no longer issue general rules that apply to all people, according to Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro.

During an October 6 address at Boston College, Spadaro claimed therefore that, according to Amoris Laetitia, people living in “irregular” family situations, such as divorce and remarriage [adultry], “can be living in God’s grace”.

Spadaro denied the existence of “a rule that is absolutely to be followed in every instance”. And, “It is no longer possible to judge people on the basis of a norm that stands above all.”

With such claims Spadaro implies that there are cases when murder, child abuse or genocide are morally acceptable and even praiseworthy.

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One comment on “Fr. Spadaro, S.J.: Pope Francis Thinks The Ten Commandments Are Optional

  1. This is really accelerating downward. Spadaro, Martin, Bergoglio et al need to be called out. Now. Are there any men left? Paging Cardinal Burke? Whoops. Wrong number.

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