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@jacobini87 Esa reunión en Roma no puede ir bien porque pone en duda la Palabra de Dios y a la Iglesia y los sacramentos y los reta; desde allí comienza la mentira. Hay que orar es para que los católicos verdaderos no caigan en la trampa de cambiar el único Evangelio de Jesucristo por la falsa doctrina que ahora predican los curas sodomitas. Esos apostatas están disfrazando astutamente la …More
@jacobini87 Esa reunión en Roma no puede ir bien porque pone en duda la Palabra de Dios y a la Iglesia y los sacramentos y los reta; desde allí comienza la mentira. Hay que orar es para que los católicos verdaderos no caigan en la trampa de cambiar el único Evangelio de Jesucristo por la falsa doctrina que ahora predican los curas sodomitas. Esos apostatas están disfrazando astutamente la rebelión contra Dios escondiendola bajo la mascara de una falsificación del cristianismo.
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A los que vean a EWTN y se de la impresión de que todo está bien, y que éste tiempo del Sínodo es un tiempo providencial etc... Cuidado!! En el Sínodo las cosas son un caos, hay infiltraciones, y los líderes están evitando revelar los planes maléficos que quieren llevar a cabo. Incluyamos al mismo Sínodo en nuestro Santo Rosario. Podemos ayudar nosotros mismos al comulgar DE RODILLAS Y EN LA …More
A los que vean a EWTN y se de la impresión de que todo está bien, y que éste tiempo del Sínodo es un tiempo providencial etc... Cuidado!! En el Sínodo las cosas son un caos, hay infiltraciones, y los líderes están evitando revelar los planes maléficos que quieren llevar a cabo. Incluyamos al mismo Sínodo en nuestro Santo Rosario. Podemos ayudar nosotros mismos al comulgar DE RODILLAS Y EN LA BOCA, sin importar cuanto nos incomode el incarse para recibir al Señor. Esto va para las viejitas.
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Voz de la Familia ha recibido el permiso de Su Excelencia el Arzobispo Tomash Peta, Arzobispo de Astana, de publicar el texto de la intervención que hizo en el Sínodo Ordinario de la familia el 10 de octubre de 2015.

El Beato Pablo VI dijo en 1972:

"Por alguna fisura el humo de Satanás ha entrado en el templo de Dios."

Estoy convencido de que estas eran las palabras profétic…More
👍 @ľubica11:57
Voz de la Familia ha recibido el permiso de Su Excelencia el Arzobispo Tomash Peta, Arzobispo de Astana, de publicar el texto de la intervención que hizo en el Sínodo Ordinario de la familia el 10 de octubre de 2015.

El Beato Pablo VI dijo en 1972:

"Por alguna fisura el humo de Satanás ha entrado en el templo de Dios."

Estoy convencido de que estas eran las palabras proféticas del santo Papa, el autor de "Humanae vitae". Durante el Sínodo del año pasado, "el humo de Satanás" estaba tratando de entrar en el aula Pablo VI.

A saber:

La propuesta de admitir a la Sagrada Comunión a los que están divorciados y viviendo en nuevas uniones civiles;

La afirmación de que la cohabitación es una unión que puede tener en sí misma algunos valores;

Abogando por la homosexualidad como algo que es supuestamente normal.

Algunos padres sinodales no han entendido bien la apelación de Francisco para una discusión abierta y comenzaron a presentar ideas que contradicen la tradición bimilenaria de la Iglesia, arraigada en la Palabra eterna de Dios. Por desgracia, todavía se puede percibir el olor de este "humo infernal" en algunos puntos del "Instrumentum laboris", y también en las intervenciones de algunos padres sinodales este año.

A mi juicio, la principal tarea de un Sínodo consiste en señalar una vez más al Evangelio del matrimonio y de la familia y que significa la enseñanza de Nuestro Salvador. No está permitido destruir el fundamento - para destruir la roca.

Que el Espíritu Santo, que siempre gana en la Iglesia, ilumine a todos nosotros en la búsqueda del verdadero bien de las familias y para el mundo.

María - Madre de la Iglesia, ruega por nosotros!

+ Tomash Peta

Arzobispo de Astana (Kazajstán)
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Voice of the Family has received the gracious permission of His Excellency Archbishop Tomash Peta, Archbishop of Astana, to publish the text of the intervention he made at the Ordinary Synod on the Family on 10th October 2015.

Blessed Paul VI said in 1972:

“From some crack the smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God.”

I am convinced that these were prophetical words of the holy pope, the …
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Voice of the Family has received the gracious permission of His Excellency Archbishop Tomash Peta, Archbishop of Astana, to publish the text of the intervention he made at the Ordinary Synod on the Family on 10th October 2015.

Blessed Paul VI said in 1972:

“From some crack the smoke of Satan has entered the temple of God.”

I am convinced that these were prophetical words of the holy pope, the author of “Humanae vitae”. During the Synod last year, “the smoke of Satan” was trying to enter the aula of Paul VI.

Namely:

The proposal to admit to Holy Communion those who are divorced and living in new civil unions;

The affirmation that cohabitation is a union which may have in itself some values;

The pleading for homosexuality as something which is allegedly normal.

Some synod fathers have not understood correctly the appeal of Pope Francis for an open discussion and started to bring forward ideas which contradict the bi-millennial Tradition of the Church, rooted in the Eternal Word of God. Unfortunately, one can still perceive the smell of this “infernal smoke” in some items of the “Instrumentum Laboris” and also in the interventions of some synod fathers this year.

To my mind, the main task of a Synod consists in indicating again to the Gospel of the marriage and of the family and that means to the teaching of Our Savior. It is not allowed to destroy the fundament – to destroy the rock.

May the Holy Spirit, who always wins in the Church, illuminate all of us in searching the true good for the families and for the world.

Mary – Mother of the Church, pray for us!

+ Tomash Peta

Archbishop of Astana (Kazakhstan)
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Si la carta que presentó Magister defiende las enseñanzas de la doctrina católica de cual división habla Muller? Es que entonces admite que su grupo pertenecen a un bando que conspira en contra de la Verdad.?

Card. Müller: Filtración de supuesta “carta” para el Papa busca dividirnos
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Voiceofthefalily

It is reported that Archbishop Henryk Hoser, one of the Polish bishops attending the Synod on the Family, has told the Polish newspaper Niedziela(translation courtesy of Toronto Catholic Witness):


“With regret, I must say that the teaching of St. Pope John Paul II on marriage and the family is not familiar to many Synod Fathers. Unfortunately, at this moment it is a blank …More
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It is reported that Archbishop Henryk Hoser, one of the Polish bishops attending the Synod on the Family, has told the Polish newspaper Niedziela(translation courtesy of Toronto Catholic Witness):


“With regret, I must say that the teaching of St. Pope John Paul II on marriage and the family is not familiar to many Synod Fathers. Unfortunately, at this moment it is a blank mark in the Church’s consciousness. In the text of the Instrumentum Laboris we find very few references to the teaching of the Pope, recalling to us fundamental teachings of the Church on marriage, such as documents like the Apostolic Exhortation “Familiaris Consortio” and the “Letter to Families”. You cannot fruitfully and effectively direct the Synod on the Family without knowledge of even these two texts”

and

“We have a lot of terms that are contained in the encyclical “Humanae Vitae ” which should appear in the statements of Synod members, but they do not. We have avoidance of the problem of contraception, of which I spoke in the Synod aula. About the scourge of abortion and disrespect for life, not much is spoken. Generally nothing is said of their consequences, not only spiritual and psychological, but biological, that affects the person and consequently the whole of humanity. Nothing is said about the anthropology of Blessed Paul VI and the Church’s teaching on the unity of the human person consisting of spirit, soul and body, but these are organic components of every human being made by God the Creator”.

Voice of the Family shares all of Archbishop Hoser’s observations quoted above. No Synod Father – indeed, no bishop – can have any excuse for being ignorant of Familiaris Consortio or Humanae Vitae. As we pointed out in our blogpost yesterday (“The Church cannot change her language about homosexuality“), the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith has directed that:

“It is up to the Bishops to instruct the faithful in the moral teaching concerning sexual morality, however great may be the difficulties in carrying out this work in the face of ideas and practices generally prevailing today. This traditional doctrine must be studied more deeply.”

There is a real danger, as leading Catholic philosopher Dr Joseph Shaw puts it, that “doctrinal amnesia … could encompass the Church’s unchangeable teaching on the indissolubility of marriage”.

We fear, however, that the bigger and deeper problem is not only ignorance or neglect of Magisterial teaching but a wide-ranging heterodoxy among those responsible for theInstrumentum Laboris and for the continuing manipulation of the Synod.
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LA IGLESIA NO PUEDE CAMBIAR SU LENGUAJE ACERCA DE LA HOMOSEXUALIDAD

13 de octubre 2015

Voiceofthefamily

Desde que comenzó el Sínodo Ordinario de los "resúmenes" de las intervenciones de los padres sinodales dadas por la oficina de prensa de la Santa Sede han sido dominados por las convocatorias de un cambio en el lenguaje utilizado por la Iglesia cuando se habla de la ley …More
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LA IGLESIA NO PUEDE CAMBIAR SU LENGUAJE ACERCA DE LA HOMOSEXUALIDAD

13 de octubre 2015

Voiceofthefamily

Desde que comenzó el Sínodo Ordinario de los "resúmenes" de las intervenciones de los padres sinodales dadas por la oficina de prensa de la Santa Sede han sido dominados por las convocatorias de un cambio en el lenguaje utilizado por la Iglesia cuando se habla de la ley moral.

(...)
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THE CHURCH CANNOT CHANGE HER LANGUAGE ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY

October 13, 2015


Voiceofthefamily

Since the Ordinary Synod began the “summaries” of the interventions of the synod fathers given by the Holy See press office have been dominated by calls for a change in the language used by the Church when speaking about the moral law.

It is clear that the Church’s traditional way of expre…More
THE CHURCH CANNOT CHANGE HER LANGUAGE ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY

October 13, 2015


Voiceofthefamily

Since the Ordinary Synod began the “summaries” of the interventions of the synod fathers given by the Holy See press office have been dominated by calls for a change in the language used by the Church when speaking about the moral law.

It is clear that the Church’s traditional way of expressing herself is a particular target of those working to undermine Catholic doctrine at the synod.

In his “summary” last Tuesday Fr Thomas Rosica said:

“There must be an end to exclusionary language and a strong emphasis on embracing reality as it is. We should not be afraid of new and complex situations… The Jubilee of Mercy also requires a new form of language, both public and private. [It] requires a language of mercy.… The language of inclusion must be our language, always considering pastoral and canonical possibilities and solutions.”

In an interview with Crux, Archbishop Mark Coleridge of Brisbane, Australia (pictured), said:

“[We need] a new way of speaking about the situation of those who are same-sex attracted or in a same-sex partnership of some kind, or those who are divorced and civilly remarried … I think there would be very large support for [more positive, inclusive language about homosexuality], something like 70/30. There’s very strong support for a less condemnatory approach, and language is at the heart of that.”

Voice of the Family wishes to point out that such views are contrary to the Church’s directions to bishops. In 1975 the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith issued a Declaration, approved by Pope Paul VI, on “Certain Questions Concerning Sexual Ethics” (entitled “Persona Humana“), which said:

“It is up to the Bishops to instruct the faithful in the moral teaching concerning sexual morality, however great may be the difficulties in carrying out this work in the face of ideas and practices generally prevailing today. This traditional doctrine must be studied more deeply. It must be handed on in a way capable of properly enlightening the consciences of those confronted with new situations and it must be enriched with a discernment of all the elements that can truthfully and usefully be brought forward about the meaning and value of human sexuality. But the principles and norms of moral living reaffirmed in this Declaration must be faithfully held and taught.”

Regarding the comments of Fr Rosica and Archbishop Coleridge, Voice of the Family points out that such a change in language will undoubtedly serve the machinations of those groups seeking to thwart the Church’s witness to the truth about human sexuality. In 1986 Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger (now Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI) issued a Letter, approved by Pope John Paul II, to bishops “on the pastoral care of homosexual persons”. The Letter

“ask[ed] the Bishops to be especially cautious of any programmes which may seek to pressure the Church to change her teaching, even while claiming not to do so. A careful examination of their public statements and the activities they promote reveals a studied ambiguity by which they attempt to mislead the pastors and the faithful.”

These admonitions by the CDF are not simply disciplinary norms for bishops for dealing with controversial issues. The admonitions are based upon the knowledge that for the Church to alter her language would be to risk corrupting the Church’s teaching itself.

Here is the language which St Paul uses regarding homosexuality (Romans 1:24-27):

“Wherefore God gave them up to the desires of their heart, unto uncleanness, to dishonour their own bodies among themselves. Who changed the truth of God into a lie; and worshipped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen. For this cause God delivered them up to shameful affections. For their women have changed the natural use into that use which is against nature. And, in like manner, the men also, leaving the natural use of the women, have burned in their lusts one towards another, men with men working that which is filthy, and receiving in themselves the recompense which was due to their error.”

In that passage, St Paul is both (a) using the type of “condemnatory” or “exclusionary” language (“shameful”, “filthy”) which many synod fathers seek to banish and (b) making clear the link between counterfeit theology (“changed the truth of God into a lie”) and immorality.

Elsewhere in his Epistle, St Paul warns about how a lack of clear teaching will lead to indifference and heresy:

“For if the trumpet give an uncertain sound, who shall prepare himself to the battle? So likewise you, except you utter by the tongue plain speech, how shall it be known what is said? For you shall be speaking into the air.” (1 Corinthians 14:8-9)

“Preach the word: be instant in season, out of season: reprove, entreat, rebuke in all patience and doctrine. For there shall be a time, when they will not endure sound doctrine; but, according to their own desires, they will heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears: And will indeed turn away their hearing from the truth, but will be turned unto fables.” (2 Timothy 4:1-4)

This is why in 1905 Pope St Pius X instituted the Oath against Modernism, to sworn by all clergy, pastors, confessors, preachers, religious superiors, and professors in philosophical-theological seminaries. The person swearing the oath said:

“I sincerely hold that the doctrine of faith was handed down to us from the apostles through the orthodox Fathers in exactly the same meaning and always in the same purport. Therefore, I entirely reject the heretical’ misrepresentation that dogmas evolve and change from one meaning to another different from the one which the Church held previously.”

and

“I firmly hold, then, and shall hold to my dying breath the belief of the Fathers in the charism of truth, which certainly is, was, and always will be in the succession of the episcopacy from the apostles. The purpose of this is, then, not that dogma may be tailored according to what seems better and more suited to the culture of each age; rather, that the absolute and immutable truth preached by the apostles from the beginning may never be believed to be different, may never be understood in any other way.”

In brief, the calls for the Church to put aside its doctrine and use new language instead stem from an unacceptable desire to marry the spirit of the age, as Voice of the Family has warned in its analyses of the Ordinary Synod’s Instrumentum Laboris and of the Extraordinary Synod’s Relatio Synodi.

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Earlier today journalist Sandro Magister published a letter that he reported had been signed by thirteen cardinals. The letter raised serious concerns about the Instrumentum Laboris of the Ordinary Synod and about the procedures by which the synod is being conducted. Shortly after Magister’s article was published four of the cardinals named denied that they had signed the letter.

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Earlier today journalist Sandro Magister published a letter that he reported had been signed by thirteen cardinals. The letter raised serious concerns about the Instrumentum Laboris of the Ordinary Synod and about the procedures by which the synod is being conducted. Shortly after Magister’s article was published four of the cardinals named denied that they had signed the letter.

The existence of a letter was confirmed by one of the named signatories, Wilfrid Fox Cardinal Napier, but he said that the text that Magister had published was not the text of the letter that he had signed. Cardinal Napier told Crux that he shared the concern expressed in the letter about “the choice of the people that are writing up the final document” and said that “If we’re going to get a fair expression of what the synod is about, [such as] what the Church in Africa really would like to see happening” then different people would have to be chosen.

George Cardinal Pell has issued a statement, also confirming that a letter exists, but stating that neither the text, nor the list of signatories published by Magister was accurate.

Cardinal Pell also asserts that the synod fathers are indeed concerned about the composition of the commission that will draw up the final report and about the synodal procedures.

We reproduce his statement in full:

Statement from Spokesperson for Cardinal George Pell

Monday 12 October 2015

A spokesperson for Cardinal Pell said that there is strong agreement in the Synod on most points but obviously there is some disagreement because minority elements want to change the Church’s teachings on the proper dispositions necessary for the reception of Communion.

Obviously there is no possibility of change on this doctrine.

A private letter should remain private but it seems that there are errors in both the content and the list of signatories.

The Cardinal is aware that concerns remain among many of the Synod Fathers about the composition of the drafting committee of the final relatio and about the process by which it will be presented to the Synod fathers and voted upon.

UPDATE

America is reporting that they have learned from “informed sources” that the thirteen cardinals who signed the letter are:

– Carlo Cardinal Caffarra, Archbishop of Bologna

– Thomas Cardinal Collins, Archbishop of Toronto

– Daniel Cardinal Di Nardo, Archbishop of Galveston-Houston

– Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York

– Willem Cardinal Eijk, Archbishop of Utrecht

– Gerhard Ludwig Cardinal Müller, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith;

– Wilfrid Fox Cardinal Napier, Archbishop of Durban, President Delegate of the Synod

– John Cardinal Njue, Archbishop of Nairobi

– George Cardinal Pell, Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy;

– Norberto Cardinal Rivera Carrera, Archbishop of Mexico City

– Robert Cardinal Sarah, Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments;

– Elio Cardinal Sgreccia, President Emeritus of the Pontifical Academy for Life

– Jorge Cardinal Urosa Savino, Archbishop of Caracas

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ARCHBISHOP FÜLÖP KOCSIS: SYNOD MUST NAME SATAN AS SOURCE OF ATTACKS ON FAMILY
12-10-2015
Voice of the Family is honoured to make available to the public this English translation of the intervention made to the Ordinary Synod by Archbishop Fülöp Kocsis, Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archeparchy of Hajdúdorog.

I am focusing my observation on paragraph 8 of chapter 1, but in truth I …More
ARCHBISHOP FÜLÖP KOCSIS: SYNOD MUST NAME SATAN AS SOURCE OF ATTACKS ON FAMILY
12-10-2015
Voice of the Family is honoured to make available to the public this English translation of the intervention made to the Ordinary Synod by Archbishop Fülöp Kocsis, Metropolitan Archbishop of the Archeparchy of Hajdúdorog.

I am focusing my observation on paragraph 8 of chapter 1, but in truth I sense a general deficiency in the text as a whole, the lack of something that should penetrate our vision regarding these themes. For this reason, I could still indicate all of the paragraphs that, analyzing the contemporary situation, speak of a changed society and epoch, calling these difficulties which have appeared in recent times “challenges.”

It appears to me that the text misses a clarification which is more precise from its inception, from the root of these changes: from where do they come? The great part of these are not compatible with the plan of God; they do not come from Him. If it is thus, then it must be said: From where do these changes, these difficulties, derive?

We must say with clarity that in our very spoilt world the family and the man of good will with good intentions is under attack, under a ferocious and enormous attack. And this attack is of the Devil. We must call these diabolic forces which have a role to play with these phenomena by name because this way we can find some indications even for the research of possible solutions.

Our battle in fact is not against flesh and blood, but against the Principalities and the Powers, against the dominations of the dark world, against the spirits of evil that live in the celestial regions.” (Ephesians 6, 12)

Thus, we can clearly see that in reality a spiritual struggle is required in order to fight the attacks of Satan in these our times. I would very much see with favor a marked emphasis of this spiritual struggle, even in the final part of the document where the proposals and possible solutions must be formulated.

Take therefore the armor of God, in order that you may resist in the evil day and remain firm after having overcome all of the obstacles.” (Ephesians 6, 12)
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Mientras tanto nuevas noticias preocupante surgieron de los mismos Carmelitas Descalzos que implican la paliza de Sebastiano F., un prostituto sin hogar de 45 años de edad. El incidente ocurrió en diciembre del 2006 en rl parque romano de Villa Borghese. El prostituto llegó al hospital en estado grave y permaneció allí durante meses. En el verano del 2006 se había …More
Noticias más preocupante:
Mientras tanto nuevas noticias preocupante surgieron de los mismos Carmelitas Descalzos que implican la paliza de Sebastiano F., un prostituto sin hogar de 45 años de edad. El incidente ocurrió en diciembre del 2006 en rl parque romano de Villa Borghese. El prostituto llegó al hospital en estado grave y permaneció allí durante meses. En el verano del 2006 se había puesto de manifiesto una relación homosexual con un carmelita de alto rango que había durado años.
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Escándalo homosexual en Roma:
El pasado domingo, el sacerdote y el ayudante de la parroquia romana de Santa Teresa de Ávila fueron transferidos. La parroquia está a cargo de los Carmelitas Descalzos y la casa general se encuentra junto a la misma. El Padre Alessandro Donati, uno de los dos sacerdotes había denunciado un alto miembro del consejo general de los carmelitas por una relación …More
Escándalo homosexual en Roma:
El pasado domingo, el sacerdote y el ayudante de la parroquia romana de Santa Teresa de Ávila fueron transferidos. La parroquia está a cargo de los Carmelitas Descalzos y la casa general se encuentra junto a la misma. El Padre Alessandro Donati, uno de los dos sacerdotes había denunciado un alto miembro del consejo general de los carmelitas por una relación homosexual con adultos vulnerables , contactado como prostitutos en las cercanías de Villa Borghese. El affaire involucró Alcohol y extractos de amapola espinosa. El General de los Carmelitas, el Padre Saverio Cannistrà, reaccionó removiendo tanto, al homosexual y a su acusador. Ahora, la parroquia se enfureció. Los feligreses le escribieron a Francisco, pero se quedaron sin respuesta.
Chris P.
Since there are some high ranking Clergy who no longer believe the Faith, all literate Catholics over age 14 must study:
1) a Catholic Bible;
2) the "Catechism of the Catholic Church, second edition" of 1997 (aka CCC).