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Leading Synod Bishop Incapable Of Understanding Celibacy for Christ's Sake

Austria-born Erwin Kräutler, 80, a former bishop in Brazil, claimed during the October 9 Synod’s press conference that “there is no alternative” to abolishing celibacy in the Amazon basin because the [apparently primitive] natives “don’t understand celibacy."

He has been for decades one of the most extremist and anti-Catholic bishops of the Catholic Church. Kräutler told his audience that being unmarried is a "foreign" [= Christian] concept to the indigenous [and to himself].

The bishop also pushed for invalidly ordaining women, “We talk a lot about giving women more value, but we need something concrete. I am referring to the female diaconate. Why not?”

Kräutler belongs to the Synod's commission for information. At the presser he presented himself dressed as a layman. This shows how severely secularised the Francis Church is.

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No racisim here, Brown people can't even understand things the white man can do
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Our Lady of Coromoto, Patron of Venezuela, an Amazon country, an aparición aproved by Pious the XII, told the indiana: "go to the white man to receive the water, so you can be saved". So, stupid liberación theologians, argue with her!!!
Well, I'm a Venezuelan, I know for a fact this imbecile is lying through his teeth. The Guayana and Orinoquia [amazonian region] was unconquerable for europeans, Spanish, English or netherlanders. The Catalan Capuchins, through martyrdom, got the job done, and founded our main cities in that huge territory; Santo Tomé (Ciudad Guayana-Puerto Ordaz) Angostura (Ciudad Bolívar), etc. were founded …More
Well, I'm a Venezuelan, I know for a fact this imbecile is lying through his teeth. The Guayana and Orinoquia [amazonian region] was unconquerable for europeans, Spanish, English or netherlanders. The Catalan Capuchins, through martyrdom, got the job done, and founded our main cities in that huge territory; Santo Tomé (Ciudad Guayana-Puerto Ordaz) Angostura (Ciudad Bolívar), etc. were founded for those fierce, tenacious, men. A. Humboldt went to Guayana to see their work. So there you go, the message of the Creator for His creatures cannot be out of their reach, that's ridiculous, you dumb stupid
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Nasty
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It is incomprehensible to me that a (former) bishop, or any Catholic church leader, or any Catholic priest or layperson, or any non-Catholic Christian, or any non-Christian, would consider a female diaconate the means to give women "more value". It is as if all of the wrong-headed thinking you could ever contrive is at the forefront in the minds of Pope Francis' best thinkers. What on earth is …More
It is incomprehensible to me that a (former) bishop, or any Catholic church leader, or any Catholic priest or layperson, or any non-Catholic Christian, or any non-Christian, would consider a female diaconate the means to give women "more value". It is as if all of the wrong-headed thinking you could ever contrive is at the forefront in the minds of Pope Francis' best thinkers. What on earth is going on!?
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Eva
Remember the quote from Athanasius Schneider: “I lived in Brazil for 7 years. And I know the Brazilians. They are very pious people. They would never think up married clergy. This is an idea put into their heads not by indigenous peoples but by priests who themselves are not living a deep apostolic and sacrificial life.”
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Krautler also made clear that there is a majority of well over the two thirds of votes necessary to recommend the change.
Only bent bishops invited to get that result.
Eva
“no other option” - so it's settled.
Why have John Paul II and Benedict XVI let this lay-dressed man get away?
Asinus asinum fricat?
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