This came across my Facebook feed from the Clergy Trust:
No matter what your present status in the Catholic Church.
No matter what your current family or marital situation.
No matter what your current personal history, age, background, or race.
No matter what your own self image:
You are invited, welcomed, accepted, loved and respected here at Saint Peter Parish.
We are here to welcome and serve you.
Does this mean when our relatives living with their lovers go to St Peter's, the pastor is going to openly contradict what Catholic parents are telling them? He's going to tell them Christ welcomes and respects breaking Commandments?
Its the end of the absolution of sins at St. Peter's in Cambridge?
This parish is a refuge from what they are being told at home or priests who give a rats backside about their immortal soul?
This pastor welcomes the lifestyle of living in a perpetual state of mortal sin?
Isn't this what we really want to know about Pope Francis' drivel?
This is what the dubia is all about, isn't it?
Where are you taking the people we love?
You are going to splinter our families and take them into a state of habitual sin?
If they die that way you just don't give a sh*t.
Isn't that what you really mean?
They are not going to be told or shown the way to Christ and salvation.
You "are there to serve" fornication.