Cardinal Ouellet Converts To Bergoglianism

Cardinal Ouellet Converts To Bergoglianism

[His Eminence now stands with Cardinal Kasper, whose advocacy of the same he previously criticized as …]

Those who have divorced and remarried are in a situation that objectively contradicts the indissoluble ecclesial bond that they solemnly expressed before the community. They are unable to represent in the world the Church-Brides unconditional “amen” to the gift of the Bridegroom in the Eucharist. Communion on the part of divorced and remarried persons would not be a genuine, personal and ecclesial “amen” to Christ’s Body and Blood, broken and shed for the salvation both of the spouses and of all mankind. While respecting the secret of conscience, the Church cannot allow sacramental communion in such cases because to do so would be — objectively — to allow a false communion that would contradict her fidelity to the Bridegroom’s sacrifice.

The neoconservative Cardinal Ouellet, the prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, took a stand in favour of Amoris Laetitia.

Writing in Osservatore Romano (November 22) he adulates Pope Francis for his “courage and bravery to tackle much discussed questions”.

Accoring to Ouellet Amoris Laetitia brings a “pastoral turnaround”. Ouellet calls it “fundamentally new” that people can live in irregular situations without being in a state of mortal sin. This statement is wrong. The idea that one can sin without being in a state of mortal sin [and going to hell] has been proposed by many heretics since the early days.

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