6 Dec 2016

Dubia: It seems Cardinal Hummes rightly stated that “The Whole College of Cardinals is With him” (Francis)

  by Jonathan Ekene Ifeanyi 

In Chapter VIII of his scandalous Amoris Laetitia, Anti-Pope Francis approves what the Catholic Church regards as simply ADULTERY. He asserts that in certain circumstances a divorced-and-remarried Catholic should be allowed to consider his/her second marriage a true marriage. In other words, this divorced and remarried Catholic should be free to have sinless sexual relations with his/her spouse and should be free to receive Holy Communion.

This simply contradicts the plain words of Jesus Christ, who said that a married person who marries again while his/her first spouse is living commits adultery. Hear Him: 

“And I say to you that whosoever shall put away his wife, except it be for fornication, and shall marry another, committeth adultery: and he that shall marry her that is put away, committeth adultery”. (Matthew. 19:9).

Greek: λέγω δὲ ὑμῖν ὅτι ὃς ἂν ἀπολύσῃ τὴν γυναῖκα αὐτοῦ μὴ ἐπὶ πορνείᾳ καὶ γαμήσῃ ἄλλην μοιχᾶται, καὶ ἀπολελυμμένην γαμν μοιχᾶται.”

Latin: “Dico autem vobis, quia quicumque dimiserit uxorem suam, nisi ob fornicationem et aliam duxerit, moechatur: et qui dimissam duxerit, moechatur.”

So Anti-Pope Francis is condoning, “in certain circumstances”, what Jesus Himself calls adultery. Interesting to notice also that the only “circumstance” Our Lord considers (in the case of divorce which the anti-pope also champions subtly) is “fornication”!: “...except it be for fornication”, “...nisi ob fornicationem”, “...μὴ ἐπὶ πορνείᾳ”.

Is it not amazing—and indeed mysterious—that up till now not a single cardinal (among the 228 of them worldwide!) has come out publicly to support the Four Cardinals and their Dubia concerning the erroneous Amoris Laetitia of “Pope” Francis?

In fact, on the contrary what we've seen so far are some “cardinals” who come out publicly to support Francis who is merely voicing out their opinion, and other “courageous cardinals” who even oppose the Four Cardinals publicly for daring to ask questions.

For those of us who are still expecting an answer from Francis concerning the Dubia, well Italian Catholic historian Roberto de Mattei has stated rightly that Francis’ refusal to answer questions by the four Cardinals about whether Amoris Laetitia conforms to Catholic teaching is itself “already an answer,” the implications of which, he says, indicates that the Catholic Church has entered into a “religious civil war.”
Robert  de Mattei

“This situation is so grave that a neutral position is no longer possible. Today we are in a war, a religious civil war," de Mattei told LifeSiteNews in an exclusive interview in Rome last month. 

“It is important to comprehend that today there is a clear choice between fidelity to the Church, to the perennial Magisterium, or infidelity, which means errors, heresy, and apostasy,” he said. 

De Mattei, a professor at the European University of Rome and the president of the Lepanto Foundation, stated that there is “tremendous confusion inside the Church” caused by Francis’ ambiguous moral teaching, especially as found in his April exhortation Amoris Laetitia, which he said has caused “division” and  “fragmentation” among bishops, priests, and the faithful.

Well, it is a war that has been on for about 60 years now and we only have to thank God for the "election" of "Pope" Francis who has made everything very clear to all. The foundation of what we‘re witnessing now had long been laid by Benedict XVI, John Paul II and other extremely bad (V2) popes. They started filling the College of Cardinals with evil men—those ready to embrace Vatican II reforms—until it reached the present stage under Francis. That’s why almost all the present cardinals are, put simply, evil men.

Benedict XVI and Francis
Now on the high-profile churchmen who support Francis, first we have Benedict XVI himself whose profound silence on the Dubia issue—and indeed on all of Francis’ heresies—speaks volumes. (See: Benedict XVI Supporting Francis and his disastrous "pontificate").

We have the infidel “Cardinal” Cupich who publicly defends Francis by stating that “Life is full of ambiguity”, but the “important thing is to bring an attitude of discernment to a situation.” He then referred to a “wonderful article” by Professor Rocco Buttiglione in L’Osservatore Romano some months ago, “who situated historically that document (i.e. AL) in terms of the ongoing development of the teaching of the Church.” (Professor Buttiglione’s essay has since been refuted). “There are enough voices out there in which the Holy Father doesn’t have to in any way have to defend a teaching document of the Church. It’s up to those who have doubts and questions to have conversion in their lives,” Cupich said.

In fact, Cupich has made it clear that his support of Communion for the divorced and remarried is the same position as that of Francis, the bishops of Argentina, and Cardinal Christoph Schönborn, (another infidel cardinal supporting Francis on the matter).

We have the infidel Kevin Farrell who was recently appointed both as a “cardinal” and the head of the Vatican's new centralised office for laypeople saying he considers Francis’ scandalous Amoris Laetitia “inspired by the Holy Spirit” and plans to make it his department's guiding document. On Amoris Laetitia (and particularly on giving Holy Communion to the divorced and remarried) Farrell said: "I firmly believe this is the teaching of the Church. This is a pastoral document telling us how we should proceed. I believe we should take it as it is" (See: New Cardinal Farrell: Amoris Laetitia is 'the Holy Spirit speaking').
We have the Brazilian Cardinal Cláudio Hummes—who is a close friend of Francis—also supporting the infidel and opposing the Dubia of the Four Cardinals. Cardinal Hummes, an infidel as well, is also the prominent promoter of the slackening of the priestly celibacy. And he also has been under critique for questioning whether Jesus Christ really was opposed to homosexuality.

On 25 November, 2016, Hummes gave an interview to the Spanish news website Religion Digital. In this interview, Hummes commented also on the recent Dubia published by the Four Cardinals concerning Amoris Laetitia. Hummes makes it look as if the resistance of the Four Cardinals is insignificant and of very little weight. He says:

“Without wishing to relativize this fact [of the Dubia] …. but these are only four cardinals. In the Church, we are more than 200 [cardinals].”

Hummes continues his defence of Francis with the startling remark that “the whole College of Cardinals is with him [Francis].”  

If you think he’s joking then remember it was the same College of Cardinals that elected Frrancis in the first place—and they certainly didn’t elect someone they didn’t know. They certainly elected him for a purpose—and the man has exactly been fulfilling that purpose.  

When speaking about the importance of “accepting diversity while keeping unity” within the Church, Hummes first adds:

“This diversity is being delegitimized when the unity is threatened by divisions. The division is really an evil, not the diversity. The Church wants to be open to all sensibilities [sic]. The pope says that we should walk together and that we should not exclude anyone.  […] If someone wants to cut himself off, that is another case.”

After rejecting the idea of a homogenous uniformity the infidel cardinal then adds the following incomparably stunning remarks about the four cardinals themselves and their “divisive” Dubia:

“The pope could be wounded by the motives which led these four persons [sic!] to go so far as to want to correct him. But, he is very calm [sic!], relaxed, and moves forward. He knows which is the right path that one has to follow. And the College of Cardinals is with him, without any larger problems. The whole College of Cardinals is with him.”

You think he’s joking?

Early this month, “Cardinal” Gerhard Ludwig Müller, the Church’s (supposed) Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith (“formerly” the Inquisition), the highest authority on doctrinal matters besides the pope, said his “Congregation” will not answer the four Cardinals who have “formulated their doubts (dubia) regarding Amoris Laetitia until further notice.

Müller, a perfect comedian and a real mockery of the Holy Office, explained in an interview with Kathpress that his congregation “acts and speaks” with the “authority of the Pope” and cannot take part “in a difference of opinion.” Müller—himself a supporter of Masonic “Francis” on the error in question—argues that the letter with the five dubia had been written to the “Pope” directly – before its publication – and “Pope” Francis—the very evil man whose error is being tackled!—could still give the CDF the commission to resolve the tension! (Note: The CDF is in charge of all matters regarding the faith in the Catholic Church and is highest authority therein. In fact, resolving issues such as the Dubia of the Four Cardinals is the very reason why the CDF exists, in the first place).

“At the moment it is important for each one of us to stay focused and objective and not to be driven into polemics, much less create them,” Müller said. Regarding the passages of Amoris Laetitia that created confusion he does not comment!

“He ["Cardinal" Müller] was told by the Pope that he was not to respond to the Dubia and that there would be no response to them," said Cardinal Burke.

Again, if you think that Hummes was joking (by saying that the whole college of cardinals is with Francis), then I ask you just two simple questions: How many cardinals have come out publicly to defend the Four Cardinals? None! And how many have come out publicly to attack them? Many!

Vito (Freemason)
Then come the innumerable others out there—many of them occupying important positionssuch as the Freemason Msgr. Vito Pinto who called the dubia a “very serious scandal”. Some journalists reported him saying the cardinals could lose their red hats following their publication of the Dubia. (See: Top Vatican judge doubles down against four Cardinals: ‘They gave the Pope a slap in the face’). And the infidel Father Spadaro, S.J., and so on.
Spadaro and Francis

Sometimes when we hear some Catholics—the Sedes in particular—saying that the Church’s hierarchy no longer exists it sounds as if they’re really going crazy. But they are not. The fact is that they are trying to say something they are observing but they don’t know how to say it. And what is that? It is that the Church in our days has been invaded by worldly men and is almost completely destroyed by them. But—unknown to the Sedes who unknowingly believe in a Church that can fail—no one can really defeat the Church because the Church is Divine.

“When Christ preached 2,000 years ago, the culture and reigning spirit were radically opposed to Him. Concretely religious syncretism ruled, also Gnosticism among the intelligent leaders, as well as permissibilism among the masses — especially regarding the institution of matrimony. […] The sole purpose of the Son of God was to reveal the truth to the world.”

With these words, Bishop Athanasius Schneider—one of the few bishops who oppose the errors of "Pope" Francis but haven’t considered that Francis as a manifest heretic is not really a true pope—opened his recent presentation in the presence of Cardinals Raymond Burke and Walter Brandmüller and Auxiliary Bishop Andreas Laun of Salzburg, Austria.
Athanasius Schneider

“The formulation of dubia, as the Cardinals here have expressed in their own terms, has been a common practice in the Church,” he explained. “We need to be able to ask questions openly without being afraid of repressions.”

Bishop Schneider referred to the numerous attacks that the Four Cardinals have suffered after their dubia was published:

“The reaction to the dubia is a proof of the climate in which we actually live in the Church right now,” he said. “We live in a climate of threats and of denial of dialogue towards a specific group.”

Bishop Schneider went on to say that “dialogue seems to be accepted only if you think like everyone else – that is practically like a regime.”

He brought up his experience in Russia, where he was born in the time of the Soviet Union. Athanasius Schneider’s parents were sent by Stalin to work camps, or “Gulags,” after the Second World War. “If you didn’t follow the line of the party, or you questioned it, you couldn’t even ask. That is for me a very clear parallel to what is happening now in the reactions to the dubia—questions—of the Cardinals,” he said.

“This is a very sad experience especially since everybody is speaking about a ‘dialogue of culture’ after the Second Vatican Council. While bishops openly teach heresies and nothing happens to them, that is truly a grave injustice and very sad,” Bishop Schneider added.

He speculated about what might happen in the near future. “In Church history, we say that in an extreme case in which the bonum commune of the faith is threatened, then the bishops as members of the college of bishops, and in a truly collegial relation to the Pope with a brotherly obedience to him, must ask him publicly to renounce the misdeed of giving Communion to remarried divorced Catholics, as it is already being done in many dioceses.”

And who are and where are the bishops who can do that—apart from Athanasius Schneider himself and his insignificantly few like minds?
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