Cardinal Marx Is An Opportunist – Two Examples

Cardinal Marx Is An Opportunist – Two Examples 5/3/18

Dorothee Bär, a minister of state in the Merkel government, has criticised Munich Cardinal Reinhard Marx for being a turncoat without using this word.

Talking to Handelsblatt (April 30), Bär called Marx’ criticism of the decision to put up crosses in public buildings in Bavaria, Germany, “puzzling”.

She points out that only three years ago Marx pleaded publicly for the crosses in schools and courtrooms.

Cardinal Marx is also a turncoat concerning his position in favour of Protestant Communion.

When being bishop of Trier, Marx stripped modernist Father Gotthold Hasenhüttl in 2003 of his priesthood because Hasenhüttl had invited Protestants to receive Holy Communion during the Ecumenical Church Day in Berlin.

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One comment on “Cardinal Marx Is An Opportunist – Two Examples

  1. For a professional ex-Catholic who looks for every opportunity to justify and rationalize his leaving the Church this is a “Catholic” scandal which proves the corruption and failure of the Catholic Church. For those of us who have always been Catholic this is a “modernist” scandal which demonstrates the craziness of the followers of the progressive modernist heresy, who are embarrassed and ashamed of true Catholicism, never missing a trick to pander to secularist and liberal opinion, using multiculturalism for virtue signaling in their own fruitcake apostasy and liberal trendiness. A fruitcake modernist who panders to liberal opinion is NOT a Catholic.

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