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Schneider: This Could Mean the Loss of Francis Soul

The Catholic Faith, the voice of the Magisterium, and common sense reject the recognition of civil homosex unions, Bishop Athanasius Schneider writes in an October 22 statement.

He points out that homosexuals seek sexual pleasure from each other which represents a "great scandal," “a public recognition of sins of fornication,” and is "unrealistic.”

“With deep sorrow and a weeping heart,” Schneider regrets that Francis pronounced an endorsement of homosex unions. Thus, he supports "a structure of sin, for a lifestyle against the sixth Commandment of the Decalogue,” Schneider explains.

He points out that Francis’ approval of homosex unions is “incredible,” “a new doctrine,” scheming with sin", anti-pastoral, and could imply the loss of Francis' soul.

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Well said good pastor Schneider. He is trying many others to loose their soul.
John Medina
It is time for the College of Cardinals to intervene.
Cuthbert Mayne
And do what precisely
Ultraviolet
Seconding @Cuthbert Mayne's question? HOW, exactly, should the College of Cardinals "intervene", WHAT exactly should they do and WHERE in Canon Law are they authorized to do so. Enquiring Minds Want To Know! :D
Ultraviolet
Got some bad news for ever'body. Pope Francis IS "the voice of the Magisterium". according to the Catechism Of The Catholic Church (CCC 100
)

"The task of interpreting the Word of God authentically has been entrusted solely to the Magisterium of the Church, that is, to the Pope and to the bishops in communion with him."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church clearly and unambiguosly defines …More
Got some bad news for ever'body. Pope Francis IS "the voice of the Magisterium". according to the Catechism Of The Catholic Church (CCC 100
)

"The task of interpreting the Word of God authentically has been entrusted solely to the Magisterium of the Church, that is, to the Pope and to the bishops in communion with him."

The Catechism of the Catholic Church clearly and unambiguosly defines the "Magisterium of the Church" as the Pope and the bishops in communion with him.

Bishop Schneider understands this, which is why he said something very different than the "summary quote" given in this GTV article.

This article claims Bishop Schneider listed three sources rejecting same-sex unions: "The Catholic Faith (1.), the voice of the Magisterium (2.), and common sense (3.) common sense reject the recognition of civil homosex unions, Bishop Athanasius Schneider writes "

...and Bishop Schneider did no such thing, almost certainly because he's better acquainted with the Catechism than GTV's anon author. This is what Bishop Schneider wrote:

"The Catholic Faith in the voice of the Magisterium of all times, the sense of the faith of the faithful (sensus fidelium) as well as common sense clearly reject any civil union of two persons of the same sex, a union which has the aim that these persons seek sexual pleasure from each other. "

Bishop Schneider, then, lists the following sources of rejection

1.) The Catholic Faith in the voice of "the Magisterium of all times" -which is not "the voice of the Magisterium" becuase today, "the voice of the Magisterium" according to The Catholic Church', is Pope Francis and the bishops in communion with him.

2.) The sense of the faith of the faithful (essentially their feelings of faith. Notice this is an entirely different second source of rejection than the one claimed by the author.

3.) Comon sense. -which corresponds to the article's claims.

False summaries give a false impression of what Bishop Schneider wrote.
Ultraviolet
There must be a pope for there to be an anti-pope. So, who, pray tell, is the pope then? Oh, I'm going to enjoy this. P.S. The Catechism of the Catholic Church is not "B.S." :D
F M Shyanguya
F M Shyanguya
The Catholic Faith in the voice of the perennial Magisterium, the sense of the faith of the faithful (sensus fidelium) as well as common sense clearly reject any civil union of two persons of the same sex, a union which has the aim that these persons seek sexual pleasure from each other.
F M Shyanguya