Why Cardinal Eijk Wrote His Highly Critical Text On FrankenPope: The National Catholic Register Asked For It

Why Cardinal Eijk Wrote His Highly Critical Text On FrankenPope: [The National Catholic Register Asked For It]

 en.news – 5/13/18

Dutch journalist Henk Rijkers (Twitter, May 12) has heard that the staff of Utrecht Cardinal Willem Eijk was surprised when Eijk wrote on May 7 that the bishops and, above all, Francis fail to maintain and transmit faithfully the deposit of faith.

Eijk compared the current state of affairs to the tribulation that awaits the Church in the end times. The original text was written in Italian.

All he said to his staff was, “They [The National Catholic Register] asked it, so I wrote it.”

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3 comments on “Why Cardinal Eijk Wrote His Highly Critical Text On FrankenPope: The National Catholic Register Asked For It

  1. It was inevitable that someone would make the connection to the Great Apostasy and end times.
    Burke had already made hints about the pope falling into heresy.

  2. I understand the diplomatic games cardinals seem to think they need to play, But the only thing that would wake Jorge up is to literally “wake up with a race horse’s head in his bed.” Too bad Mario Puzo isn’t around to kibbitz with a curial SpecFor team. 🐎

  3. Who will be the first modernist to claim that he (or she) didn’t know there were any Catholic teachings on the end times or the Great Apostasy?

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