We really know how to pick them here.
Boston priest Tony Medeiros is out in the public square advising a terminally ill woman (and all who read) that there is no more judgement in Christ's Church,just the divine mercy of walking with you, so go right ahead and kill yourself .
This is a classic example of the agenda being 'pushed' by Cardinal Kasper, Marx and Pope Francis.
A woman is faced with a life-threatening crisis affecting her body, mind and soul and there are two forces at work.
In a beautiful example of Christian charity, another terminally ill woman, Kara Tippetts, has issued a passionate plea asking her to reconsider killing herself.
What does that provoke from the team of Pope Francis who wants to advance the divine mercy of accompanying us on our journies to self-destruction?
According to the Boston Herald, Father Tony believes God has given Brittany free will “to do anything she wants. She can take those (life-ending) pills, or flush them down the toilet. It is completely up to her.” But he wants to support Brittany with hope and compassion, not judgment.
I never heard of the priest before, so I did a little diligence and found he is associated with Redemptoris Mater Archdiocesan Missionary Seminary. I never heard of that before and figured it was Protestant, but alas, here is a picture of Cardinal Sean in the middle of the group of seminarins wearing shirts and ties in a formal seminary pic with the Cardinal.
The seminary describes itself as such:
Redemptoris Mater Seminaries are a fruit of the Second Vatican Council and an inspiration of the Servant of God, Pope John Paul II. Redemptoris Mater is Latin for "Mother of the Redeemer."
The fruit of the Second Vatican Council? What is that supposed to mean?
Jesus didn't speak to their souls like the 2000 years of other men he called to ordination, a council whose theology robbed people of sanctifying grace which then emptied the pews, inspired them.
Anyone know what this seminary is? Is it the neocats?
If so, I had no idea they were this dangerous.
There isn't a dime's worth of theological difference between Fr. Medeiros failure to respond to the terminally ill woman in crisis and the agenda of Pope Francis who is asking Christ's priests to stop teaching the faith, show people the good side of their spiritual suicides and accompany them as they carry it out.
Not a dime's worth.
I found this post by Fr. Ray Blake,outstanding.
It is a very transparent and accurate picture of the internal schism, the elephant that has been in our Sanctuaries for decades and is squatting in the Chair of Peter.
Something happened in Rome during Pope Bendict's reign and it was overcome. I don't subscribe to conspiracy theories but it is painfull obvious, at least to me, that Cardinal Kasper and Marx were involved in the coup.
I echo Michael Voris Vortex from yesterday -- let's just say for the sake of argument, it's all true we have a bad pope, etc - so what?!! The Pope cannot change the deposit of faith and we wait him out. He is up against daily Mass goers whose prayers are lifted in the Holy Sacrifice. I wish him a lot of luck. He has my prayers!