Synod on Synods: Francis’ Mercy LITERALLY in Love With Demons

"What is a merciful heart? It is a heart on fire for the whole of creation, for humanity, for the birds, for the animals, for demons [= devils], and for all that exists."

This absurd claim from Isaac the Syrian (+700) is quoted in "Towards a Spirituality for Synodality," a text written by the Synod of Synod’s Spirituality commission subgroup, and published on Synod.va, the Synods' website.

Contradicting the Gospel and the Council of Constantinople (543), Isaac claimed that hell will be empty, damnation is not forever, and all creatures are saved.

Anthony Stine (@Return To Tradition) comments in his podcast (below) that the text uses Isaac to suggest that the Church tells us "to love that which is most evil in all creation."

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"Judge not according to the appearance, but judge just judgment." [John 7:24] Jesus said that and wants us to judge justly, not by feelings. Love is more than feelings too.