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Abuse Lobby Wants to Annul Canonization of John Paul II

The obscure French Comité de la Jupe (Committee of the Skirt) has asked to undo the canonization of Jean Paul II.

On LeMonde.fr, the leading anti-Catholic newspaper in France, two of their members, Christine Pedotti and Anne Soupa, accused the late pope of having created a “debased concept” of “the woman.”

The group randomly accuses priests of abusing women, nuns and children, and even claims that there is a “culture of abuses” in the Church, although statistics show the opposite.

The committee was formed in 2009 after Paris Cardinal André Vingt-Trois had said on radio that “the hardest part is having trained women, it is not enough to wear a skirt, you have to have something in your head too.”

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How could heretical "popes" canonize anyone? It is surely obvious that almost all the Vatican II "popes" are listed as "saints" only in an attempt to legitimatize the errors of Vatican II. And these "reformers" think that we don't notice it? It is highly doubtful that the "canonization" of John-Paul I will ever take place. I mean, after all, Rome certainly doesn't want to bring up the very …More
How could heretical "popes" canonize anyone? It is surely obvious that almost all the Vatican II "popes" are listed as "saints" only in an attempt to legitimatize the errors of Vatican II. And these "reformers" think that we don't notice it? It is highly doubtful that the "canonization" of John-Paul I will ever take place. I mean, after all, Rome certainly doesn't want to bring up the very strange surroundings and events concerning his death (murder)!
The canonization of Pope John Paul II was moved on the basis of "miracles" which would have not passed the test for authentic supernatural events according to Thomistic principles. Those principles abandoned by Paul VI have put in grave doubt whether God in fact has approved many of the "Saints" canonized during and since his pontificate. I know that its very impolitical to say this, but God's …More
The canonization of Pope John Paul II was moved on the basis of "miracles" which would have not passed the test for authentic supernatural events according to Thomistic principles. Those principles abandoned by Paul VI have put in grave doubt whether God in fact has approved many of the "Saints" canonized during and since his pontificate. I know that its very impolitical to say this, but God's honor must be defended first of all.
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It's never happened in the history of the Church. Not yet, anyhow. As Vatican Council II showed, that hasn't stopped reformers before.

Theologically speaking, canonization does not promote a person to sainthood. It is a recognition by the Church that God made the person a saint. That recognition is irrevocable.

One of the (many) problems facing The Church is the standards for awarding that …More
It's never happened in the history of the Church. Not yet, anyhow. As Vatican Council II showed, that hasn't stopped reformers before.

Theologically speaking, canonization does not promote a person to sainthood. It is a recognition by the Church that God made the person a saint. That recognition is irrevocable.

One of the (many) problems facing The Church is the standards for awarding that recognition have been altered and "downgraded" since the 1980s under, ironically enough, John Paull II. The Church's investigations are nowhere as rigorous, particularly concerning miracles attributed to the supposed saint. From 1588 and 1978 there were only 330 canonizations. Under John Paul II, another 483 new saints were canonized, more than any other Pope in Church history.

Given such a context, it is theoretically possible The Church may, perhaps, have incorrectly discerned God's will under those conditions. Some have even claimed such incorrect discernment has been purposeful with the aim of pandering to ignorant but popular opinion.

A person may, in fact, be extremely good and yet still not have the Grace of a true saint. Mother Teresa comes up regularly in discussions of this subject, particularly the hurried and lax investigation of the miracles attributed to her, supposedly pushed along by Pope Francis' eagerness to see her canonized.

Such turmoil works in evil's favor, as would an unprecedented admission of error by the Church that John Paul II was not actually a saint. It would call into question the legitimacy of many recently appointed saints and undermine their veneration. It would also raise the possibility of similar previous errors made in the past.
Lalanz likes this.
“the hardest part is having trained women, it is not enough to wear a skirt, you have to have something in your head too.”

A great quote by Cardinal André.

Modified slightly:
The most difficult thing is having competent women. It is not enough for them to paint their faces, wear (short?) skirts and add several other accoutrements. You have to have a rational brain preferably at the …More
“the hardest part is having trained women, it is not enough to wear a skirt, you have to have something in your head too.”

A great quote by Cardinal André.

Modified slightly:
The most difficult thing is having competent women. It is not enough for them to paint their faces, wear (short?) skirts and add several other accoutrements. You have to have a rational brain preferably at the upper end of the Bell Curve.

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Lalanz
Is it even possible to uncanonize a Saint ?
No seriously, has there ever been in church history that they uncanonized someone?
Anybody know??