Saturday, May 23, 2015
Rorate has the scoopero:
On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.
The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Along with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.
At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.
They have quite a job ahead of them to outdo last year's charade.
Don't worry folks. The Pope will get right on it and halt the perversion of minds and souls by the people he's appointed to articulate his theology on the family.
You really have to wonder if Cardinals Kasper and Marx announced they were modeling Pope Francis new Liturgical vestments for clergy and came out into St. Peter's Square and dropped their drawers to reveal rainbow underpants, whether Pope Francis would applaud from the balcony.
Equo ne credite.