Saturday, March 19, 2016

Kasper's False Laws of Heretics Victory March

Why is Cardinal Kasper doing a victory lap ahead of the apostolic exhortation?

The pagans who have overthrown Rome seem quite confident that Pope Francis is going attempt an incantation of a false prophet.

He added that the apostolic exhortation will represent “the first step in a reform” that will mark the “turning of a page” in the Church’s history “after 1,700 years."

I read somewhere that Kasper described Pope Francis' actions with the exhortation as leading a 'revolution'. The document purportedly published by a Pope leading a revolt from doctrine was reportedly to be published today, on the Feast of St. Joseph, on the precipice of Holy Week - but Fr. Lombardi corrected the date of publication as the first week in April.

Having a Pope finally end speculation and pen his name as the author of the shit show in Rome would stir a revolution all right. With it would come an end to reservations to openly declare him the first heretic pope in our lifetime. Then the real fun would begin.

It pains me to think of the potential damage foisted upon the poor uncatechized in the chaos.

BUT - before we jump on board Kasper the Deceiver's prophecy, didn't Pope Francis put the kibosh on expectations he will endorse receiving Communion in a perpetual state of mortal sin?

Asked by a reporter if this meant that divorced and civilly remarried Catholics will be allowed to receive Communion, Pope Francis responded: “This is something… this is where it hits home. Being integrated into the Church does not mean ‘taking communion.’ I know remarried Catholics who go to Church once or twice a year: ‘I want to receive Communion!’ as if Communion were a commendation. It is a matter of integration…”

He then added that “all the doors are open” but “one cannot just say: from now on ‘they can take Communion.’ This would also wound the spouses, the couple, because it won’t help them on the path to integration,” the pope said. “These two were happy! They used a really lovely expression: “We do not take Eucharistic Communion, but we do find communion by visiting people in the hospital, in this or that service….”

Even if one were completely ignorant of the damage done to the intellect by the reception of the Blessed Sacrament in a state of perpetual sin, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to conclude it completely does away with the need to regularize.

Permitting the divorced and remarried to receive Communion would have the obvious and direct effect of discouraging many, I would say most, couples from seeking an annulment and getting their situation regularised. I say this because, in the vast majority of cases I see, it is the desire to receive Communion which stirs the conscience of couples and moves them towards the tribunal in the first place. Why would the Pope expend so much effort reforming a process he effectively intended to make redundant?

Given the Holy Father's recently disclosed heresy on Humana Vitae, I suspect the document will be written ever-so-carefully as to invite the witness that adultery is not an impediment to salvation--and this is the reason for Kasper the Deceiver's victory speech.

The first step of the 'reform' is the slow drip of a generation or two of witness that the Church no longer finds absolution of the sin of adultery necessary for salvation.

Based on recent hints dropped by the pope and other top advisers, expert church-watchers believe Francis will attempt the papal version of skating’s triple-axle: not changing orthodox doctrine on anything but altering practice and rules enough to give different types of Catholic families new affirmation that they are a legitimate part of the Church.

They are aiming to give witness to children that the Pope has affirmed sleeping around is a legitimate part of the Church. The altering of 1700 years of practice that sleeping around was the part of the Church that was directed to absolution and promises to avoid temptation and sin. The exhortation will redirect priests to affirm sin through the 'practice'.

The 'practice' of how to steer their people into a perpetual state of mortal sin with affirmation.

I wonder if it's too late to suggest they splice the theology with sections for ministries legitimizing by sin.

Singles for Sex Toys.
Lesbian for Lectors.
Pews for Putanas.
Whistling Wife Cheaters.
Gays with Googly Eyes.

A Naughty Negligee Eucharistic Minister Mass would really pull them into the pews.

Think we are too dumb to see where you're going with it?

Brother, you can't kid the kidders.

We see what you're doing to our children - and by the Christ we will do everything we can to stop you - including a big fugatz in the public square about the 'legitimacy' of heresy coming out of this papacy.


M. Prodigal said...

So far only the spiritually pagan have infiltrated Rome but the barbarian horde pagans are threatening...

Michael Dowd said...

One would hope a few Cardinals and Bishops would challenge the Pope on this outrage. Or there needs to be some orthodox lay group that will do this in some significant way.

fRED said...

UNFORTUNATELY, I suspect that whatever Pope Francis issues will not bother most of the mainstream RC "believers" because it virtually will be business as usual for most (e.g., nudge, nudge, wink, wink, say no more). The document will be one of love and inclusion that so many have been indoctrinated with (Who am I to judge?). Faithful spouses who were abandoned and cast aside along with trad catholics will be the only ones who care. Their choice will be, as my father used to say, 'If you don't like it, there's the door" (Isn't there something about doors going on this year?).

Those who are hoping for a big outcry are going to be disappointed. Their voices will be drowned out by the MSM applauding Francis's mercy and sensitivity in bringing the Church more into line with the secular culture.

Who would've thought the RCs would turn out to be today's version of the Maccabees?

Michael Dowd said...

Agree with fRED. Pope Francis will be lauded as a true shepherd and a forward thinker as he hands out free annulments to his adoring fans who appreciate his latest
insight: "Who said marriage had to be permanent?"