It thankfully hasn't happened very often. But do you remember when the most recent group of apostates dismantled the Pontifical Academy of Life and St. John Paul II Institute to usher in events to confuse and diminish the efficacy of Church teaching on the Fifth Commandment?
The apostates did what they always do. Remove Catholics who teach Church teaching and use It as the guidance source for making right and wrong choices and they reconstituted the apostolates to hoodwink Catholics into breaking Commandments.
In anticipation of what we all knew would happen, a group of faithful Catholics formed a group to respond to the devil's work.
And respond they did:
John Paul II Academy for Human Life and the Family (JAHLF) said that the Nov. 16-17 conference hosted by the Pontifical Academy for Life (PAV) — which was recently gutted and re-constituted by Pope Francis — had "serious problems."
"The spirit of the meeting seems to have been precisely that: a neutral presentation of differing viewpoints on end-of-life questions," stated the document signed by JAHLF President Josef Seifert and other members of the academy....
"It is troubling that, just at a time when Catholic faithful most need firm and clear directions in order to resist the prevailing secular trends, the Holy See could have hosted a meeting in which opinions, which overtly contradict Catholic teaching, were treated as worthy opinions and even placed on the same level as those which uphold the Church’s teaching. In this regard, it is also troubling that the central ethical and theological truths concerning death, dying, and suffering were markedly underrepresented," they added.
As we all have experienced on the parish and diocese level, the presentations were maniacal:
"Seeking to impose on a doctor the duty to perform abortions or euthanasia (or, alternatively, to leave the medical profession or a given hospital), or to impose on him the duty to refer a woman to an abortionist, is gravely sinful and a direct violation of his inalienable human dignity and freedom of conscience, " they state.
"The same also applies to the case where a pro-life physician is claimed to be obliged to refer a patient (who requests physician-assisted suicide or euthanasia) to a colleague who would perform such acts. Not only is the pro-life physician not obliged to refer a patient to a colleague who would perform intrinsically wrong acts, he is also absolutely morally forbidden to do so," they continue.
"Not only is the pro-life physician not obliged to refer a patient to a colleague who would perform intrinsically wrong acts, he is also absolutely morally forbidden to do so," they add.
The authors revealed the fallacy behind the argument of "moral autonomy" to justify euthanasia and assisted suicide.
One can hardly imagine a worse perversion of moral truth and natural right than the idea that a person has a right to demand that other persons commit the crime to murder him. Nobody has any right whatsoever to demand from society to assist him to commit a crime against himself, or to oblige others to commit the crime of murdering him. Quite the contrary, the others and the State, in virtue of their true moral autonomy, a moral autonomy subjected to the truth, have the absolute moral duty to reject such a request.
I wonder if there is anyone sane who hasn't fled Rome with the ability to recognize the place has become infested. And not just a little. It needs to be quarantined, everyone in it needs to fast with 24 hour Adoration in every Church for 30 days and a dozen or so exorcists brought in?