Indian cardinal addresses symposium on Amoris Laetitia, laments growing secularization in India

Indian cardinal addresses symposium on Amoris Laetitia, laments growing secularization [in India]

[His Eminence avoids the real issue of Amoris Laetitia – namely, allowing the sacrilegious reception of Communion by those (re-)married outside the Church or living in other types of irregular/immoral sexual unions (which lead to the decline of societal values in Church and society). Instead he discusses the phony issue of the growth of secularization in India – just the opposite: India is officially described in its constitution as a “secular nation,” but some states have passed anti-conversion laws (aimed at Christianity), and officials of the current ruling Hindu-nationalist BJP (for Bharatiya Janata Party or Indian People’s Party) have made anti-Christian statements (such as the current President Kovind: “Christianity [is] alien to the nation” and “India has no room for Christians”).]

Catholic World News – 11/8/17

In discussing the Pope’s apostolic exhortation within the Indian context, Cardinal Oswald Gracias decried the decline in societal values and the growth of secularization—skirting the controversy surrounding Holy Communion for those who have remarried outside the Church.

Source: L’Osservatore Romano

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