German Bishops Publish Document Allowing Intercommunion – With FrankenPope’s Approval

German Bishops Publish Document Allowing Intercommunion – With FrankenPope’s Approval

en.news – 6/27/18

The German Bishops’ Conference published on June 27 their [heretical] 39 page pastoral guidance allowing Protestants in mixed marriages [and not] to receive Communion.

Cardinal elect Luis Ladaria, the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, had rejected the document on May 25 and called it “not ready for publication”.

According to a press release, Munich Cardinal Reinhard Marx has stated at a meeting with Pope Francis that Ladaria’s letter “provides guidance and a framework for interpretation” [meaning: can be ignored].

The published “guidance” is labelled as being “not a document of the Bishops’ Conference” but “within the responsibility of the individual bishops as an aid to orientation”.

It writes that the topic should be “explored in greater detail”. The German bishops graciously “offer the Holy Father and the Roman Curia our assistance in this matter”.

Next on the list of the German bishops is distributing Communion to non Christians.

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One comment on “German Bishops Publish Document Allowing Intercommunion – With FrankenPope’s Approval

  1. FrankenPope Allowed German Intercommunion With His Signature

    en.news – 6/27/18

    The radical Munich Cardinal Marx met Pope Francis on June 11 and wrote a summary of the meeting which Pope Francis signed on June 12 with “F 12-6-18”. The signed text was published by the German bishops on June 27.

    Marx’ summary states that the letter of Archbishop Luis Ladaria, the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, provides guidance and a framework for interpretation but “no instruction for the action of the Bishops’ Conference”.

    Further, the Francis approved text states that the German guideline can be published as an “aid to orientation”.

    Only on June 21, Francis had stated that he had approved Ladaria’s letter according to which the guideline is “not mature” enough to be published.

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