FrankenPope tells Roman Rota: conscience is central in marriage cases

FrankenPope tells Roman Rota: conscience is central in marriage cases 
[More vague gobbledygook from FrankenPope.  Does “the centrality of conscience” mean that ultimately the couple not the court decides if they are married or not?  “To take into account the psychological processes of all persons called to the choice of marriage and family” is reminiscent of the post-V2 introduction of “psychological immaturity” (or “psychic incapacity”) as a ground for annulment, leading in the USA to a 1500-2000% increase over the pre-V2 rate! – AQ moderator Tom]
Catholic World News – 1/29/18
In a January 29 address to the members of the Roman Rota, which was opening its judicial year, Pope Francis laid heavy stress on “the centrality of conscience” in guiding decisions, particularly in marriage cases. The Roman Rota, the Church’s top appeals court, regularly hears cases involving annulment of marriages. But the Pope devoted much of his talk to preparation for marriage, saying that the Church should help young couples escape “the deafening noise of the ephemeral” to understand the Christian meaning of marriage. The encouraged the judges, on their part, to take into account “the psychological and religious processes of all persons called to the choice of marriage and family.”
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2 comments on “FrankenPope tells Roman Rota: conscience is central in marriage cases

  1. Next up, the Credo!

    They’ll prob’ly shorten it to “I ‘may’ ( optionally, ‘or may not’ ) believe in whatever, depending on whatever else strikes my fancy, if I happen to even feel up to it after three seconds spent reconsidering the complexities inherent in my psychological and religious ‘processes’… Amen.

  2. Seriously and practically, an entire segment of Brave New Church has more-than-adopted heresy by its utter disdain for Sacred Tradition, the historical words pronounced by Christ on Matrimony and 1900 years of unwavering Sacramental clarity.
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    That same segment has truly gone into schism, a stance first evidenced at the very beginning of V2. So said by Abp. LeFebvre and Canon Gregory Hesse, STD, STL, each of blessed memory.
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    Although material in the case of most gravely-uneducated laity and clerics alike, it is heresy nonetheless. And, if either merely adhered to interiorly or rarely mentioned, and even if due to sheer ignorance, and thus not formally excommunicable, it remains, like a dormant virus, capable of later disastrous effects. Such seems to have been the case for now 50 years.

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