Frankenpapst Officially Confirms Heresy

Frankenpapst Officially Confirms Heresy

[Will statements (official and unofficial) by bishops (individually – such as Cardinal Muller – or collectvely – such as the Polish bishops) opposing that interpretation be declared heretical?]

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12/1/17

The Acta Apostolicae Sedis (2016/10), the official gazette of the Holy See, have published Pope Francis’ private letter through which he confirms the heretical September 2016 interpretation of Amoris Laetitia by the Buenos Aires bishops.

This interpretation which contradicts the Gospel and allows Holy Communion for adulterers, was also published in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis.

The publication of Francis’ letter is an attempt to give a patina of officiality to Francis’ reckless undermining of Catholic doctrine.

Source: Marco Tosatti VATICANO. UNA NOTIZIA AMBIGUA; UN’INDISCREZIONE E UNA VOCE CHE SPERIAMO NON SIA CONFERMATA SU MONS. GAENSWEIN (Stilum Curiae)

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3 comments on “Frankenpapst Officially Confirms Heresy

  1. According to Edward Peters at his blog “In Light of the Law,” the Acta is not the only Vatican publication that serves as a vehicle for the publication of documents of canonical or magisterial importance, nor are all of its contents of that kind.

    From Canon Law and the controversies, FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 2017:

    … the Acta Apostolicae Sedis is not a synonym for “Vatican Website” and, however useful that website might be to researchers, it has not been designated as the vehicle for promulgating canon law or equivalent provisions. As it is, moreover, self-evident that no “other manner of publication” was prescribed in Amoris or the pope’s follow-up letter, the appearance of these materials on the Vatican’s website means canonically nothing.

    There are, to be sure, many important publications coming out of the Holy See and/or the Vatican City State (L’Osservatore Romano, Communicationes, Enchiridion Vaticanum, the Insegnamenti of recent popes, and so on) some of which carry canonically and magisterially significant documents in a complex (and sometimes confusing) variety of formats. … [Emphasis added.]

  2. The above comments by Canon Law Prof. Edward Peters are rendered moot in view of an introductory Rescript by Secretary of State Cardinal Parolin to the publication in the Acta of Frankenpapst’s letter and the Argentine bishops’ guidelines, elevating both to the level of “authentic magisterium” (See Pope Declares Troubling Interpretation of AL ‘Authentic Magisterium’ at www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/breaking-pope-declares-troubling-interpretation-of-al-authentic-magisterium or angelqueen.org/2017/12/02/frankenpapst-declares-troubling-interpretation-of-al-authentic-magisterium ):

    The Supreme Pontiff decrees that the two Documents that precede [this Rescript] are to be made known by publication on the Vatican website and in the Acta Apostolicae Sedis, as authentic Magisterium. From the Vatican Palace, on the 5th day of June in the year 2017.

  3. Wow. Great catch, Tom.
    Of course, even the authentic magisterium is not always infallible. These days, it is much more often than not fallible.
    I.e., it is just plain wrong.

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