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Moral Theologian: Francis Is Leading the Church Into "Spiritual Catastrophe"

The so called "new paradigm” drawn from Amoris Laetitia, suggests that some Catholics are not required to submit to the divine and natural laws, Christian Brugger, a father of five children who taught moral theology and served as a theological consultant to the US bishops, writes on ncregister.com (March 19).

Brugger appeals to the bishops to resist this “new paradigm” whose logic "will surely be applied to contraceptive acts, homosexual behavior, and to other traditionally rejected behaviors”.

He believes that only such an intervention can avert what otherwise will be a "spiritual catastrophe for the Catholic Church.” Otherwise "great evil will occur and many souls will be lost”, Brugger warns.

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Too litttle, too late. The catholic heirarchy are totally useless. The Catholic Church has been led for a long time into Spiritual Catastrophe by modernists and innovators. Francis is just one in line of many.
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He belongs to the otherside.
aderito
Catholics resist reject refuse new idiology ,new paradigm ,water down faith
mccallansteve
Correction, Francis has led the Church into spiritual catastrophe.
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Holy Cannoli
There's more to the story.
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Holy Cannoli
Ross Douthat, the lone conservative columnist at the New York Times, has a book( exposing the behavior and methods used by Jorge Bergoglio) in the works, which will be released next week.

The papal plan for a truce is either ingenious or deceptive, depending on your point of view. Instead of formally changing the church’s teaching on divorce and remarriage, same-sex marriage, euthanasia — …More
Ross Douthat, the lone conservative columnist at the New York Times, has a book( exposing the behavior and methods used by Jorge Bergoglio) in the works, which will be released next week.

The papal plan for a truce is either ingenious or deceptive, depending on your point of view. Instead of formally changing the church’s teaching on divorce and remarriage, same-sex marriage, euthanasia — changes that are officially impossible, beyond the powers of his office — the Vatican under Francis is making a twofold move. First, a distinction is being drawn between doctrine and pastoral practice that claims that merely pastoral change can leave doctrinal truth untouched. So a remarried Catholic might take communion without having his first union declared null, a Catholic planning assisted suicide might still receive last rites beforehand, and perhaps eventually a gay Catholic can have her same-sex union blessed — and yet supposedly none of this changes the church’s teaching that marriage is indissoluble and suicide a mortal sin and same-sex wedlock an impossibility, so long as it’s always treated as an exception rather than a rule. rorate-caeli.blogspot.com/…/pope-francis-mo…

It is a healthy thing to see large media outlets expose the deception employed by this pope, rorate-caeli.blogspot.ro/…/fraudulent-vati… and social media, even if it has taken five years. Had this sunshine been a fraction as bright in the 1960s and 70s, it is likely the Second Vatican Council and its implementation -- particularly concerning the liturgical revolution -- would not have slipped by quite so easily.
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