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Satire and Exaggeration of Up and Coming February Synod 2019

What can we expect?

Source: The February Synod

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Published on Dec 4, 2018

In a new interview with LifeSite, Cardinal Raymond Burke criticizes the concept of “synodality” that was barely discussed during the recently concluded “Youth Synod,” but, nevertheless, found its way into the final document, surprising many of the Synod Fathers.

“It’s become like a slogan, meant to suggest some kind of new church which is democratic and in which the authority of the Roman Pontiff is relativized and diminished—if not destroyed,” Cardinal Burke said.

“This is typical of a lot of things in the Church, today. The enthusiasts for ‘synodality’ keep talking about it, but I can’t find any definition of what it is,” he said.

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Published on Oct 7, 2018

What the heck is going on at the Synod of Young People over in Rome right now!

Down in the Remnant Underground, Michael Matt takes a look at some interesting video images of the 2018 Synod on Young People, and uses this as a springboard to discuss the traditional Catholic attitude toward those priests and bishops who know something is going terribly wrong inside the Vatican and who are speaking out, but who are not traditionalists, who don’t fully understand the problems with Vatican II and still offer the New Mass. What do you think? Are prelates such as Vigano, Burke, Morlino, Chaput, Sarah and Schneider part of the problem, or a long-awaited first step in the right direction? Michael discusses this, the continuing auto-demolition of the Francis pontificate and the Catholic response, i.e., The Catholic Identity Conference 2018 to be held near Pittsburgh November 2, 3 & 4, 2018. For more information on these topics be sure to visit https://remnantnewspaper.com/web/inde…

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“I’m grateful to Cardinal Cupich for his useful comments, and as I indicated in my own original comments, “others may disagree” with the critique of the Instrumentum I quoted. I do not. In fact the critique I selected is among the most charitable I’ve received from scholars; others have been longer, more thorough, and less gentle in assessing the 33,000-word text. But this is not unusual. A synod’s Instrumentum is always—or at least should always be—a work in progress, open to discussion and adjustment by the Synod Fathers. I’m sure we can count on that process in the upcoming synod conversation. As to the anonymous nature of the critique: I certainly agree with the cardinal that unnamed sources can be regrettable. So is the toxic environment in many of our academic communities that makes them necessary.

Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.
archbishop of philadelphia

“Source Article:  https://www.firstthings.com/web-exclusives/2018/09/the-synod-on-youth-an-exchange

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  In order to get the depth of this conversation and the understanding of the above quote, please read the whole article. Please be charitable as did Charles J. Chaput. God Bless us all.

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Bp. Robertus Mutsaerts challenges Pope Francis over sex abuse cover-up

Source: Dutch Bishop Refuses to Attend October Youth Synod in Rome

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Cardinal Robert Sarah

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  This article is dated her in ROME, November 19, 2015 and for the most part the information is still relevant to this day.



Source:  http://chiesa.espresso.repubblica.it/articolo/1351180?eng=y&refresh_ce

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Published on Oct 25, 2015

Cardinal Pell explains the paragraphs in the final relatio concerning pastoral care of the divorced and civilly remarried.

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