KrautChurch Strategy: „Unanimous” Does not Mean “Without a Dissenting Vote”

KrautChurch Strategy: „Unanimous” Does not Mean “Without a Dissenting Vote”
[“The bishops will have another meeting on Communion for Prots” – and as many as needed until the “disagreeing minority” capitulate or disappear? – AQ Tom]
 en.news – 5/14/18

Three German bishops have stated that Pope Francis’ call for an “unanimous” agreement on Communion for Prots does not mean that all bishops need to agree to this sacrilege.

These bishops are Munich Cardinal Marx, Magdeburg Bishop Feige and Mainz Bishop Kohlgraf. All three belong to the anti-Catholic faction.

Kohlgraf said to the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger that the bishops will have another meeting on Communion for Prots so that the disagreeing minority “will not lose face” as if this were the problem.

The German Church, totally lapsed from the Catholic Faith, has turned into a creepy sect which is headed toward extinction.

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One comment on “KrautChurch Strategy: „Unanimous” Does not Mean “Without a Dissenting Vote”

  1. Before they start opening the champagne bottles, what exactly is the basis in Catholic teaching for the idea that whether to give Communion to Protestants is something which can be decided by a vote? Shall we put each of the Ten Commandments up for a vote as well?

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