Sunday, October 1, 2017
So yesterday morning, certain credible Vatican were (again) reporting the correction of Amoris Laetitia was about to be published.
And what to our wondering eyes should appear?
A few hours later, an announcement that Cardinal Burke is appointed to the Apostolic Signatura.
I know what you're thinking: There they go again with the rope-a-dope.
Every time someone won't climb aboard their crazy train, they convene a committee and knowing they are going to stack it to swing consensus their way, they want to appoint you to it. That way, when the consensus of the stacked committee issues their opinions, your name goes on it.
I'm thinking we can kiss the formal correction, and ultimately the confession to our children that the advice of heretics and apostates explaining why the moral theology of the Church has been wrong for the last 2000 years is not something they should listen to, bye-byes.
I am interested in reading others opinions on this. The appointment will bear some good fruit. It unravels the moonbat narrative that Church teaching is an outcast in this papacy. More importantly, it positions Cardinal Burke into a place where his election as our next pope. Lastly, the appointment is the first indication that the Holy Father realizes his divisive and offensive rhetoric and actions is wounding the Body of Christ and he needed to do something. I am sure he is wise enough to know this appointment would be an exercise in futility if he didn't also take a breather with the heresy. It bears watching.