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German Synod Breaks the Church's Neck - Cardinal Kasper

The German Synod saws at the pillar of the episcopal office, which "breaks the neck of the Church," the anti-Catholic Cardinal Walter Kasper (89) admitted on NeuerAnfang.online (21 June).

Moreover, a synod cannot be institutionalised: "A synodal supreme council, as is now envisaged, has no basis whatsoever in the entire history of the Church."

For the neo-conservative Cardinal Gerhard Müller, the German Synod and "two-thirds" of the German bishops are moving "not only into schism" but directly into “contradicting the Catholic creed" (Kath.net, 22 June).

Being Catholic does not mean using the financial resources of the German dioceses to make up a church, but is determined by content, Müller writes.

He is struck by the Synod's "fixation" on a sexuality reduced to mere libido satisfaction, which betrays an image of man without God. The Synod's talk about "love" is for him on the level of narcissistic sentimentality.

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Fr Dan
As I watch the destruction of the Church, I am more convinced that the True Church is not to be found in these crumbling institutions.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
It isn't. Least of all with Francis and company.
John A Cassani
We’ll see. Until it’s proven otherwise, I assume that the “Synod on Synodality” is aiming to establish a permanent synod, which will continue to “saw at the episcopal office,” a process which has already begun in earnest. Bishops who don’t conform to the regime’s position are being told to “get with the program,” or are being undermined at every turn, or are being replaced with someone more …More
We’ll see. Until it’s proven otherwise, I assume that the “Synod on Synodality” is aiming to establish a permanent synod, which will continue to “saw at the episcopal office,” a process which has already begun in earnest. Bishops who don’t conform to the regime’s position are being told to “get with the program,” or are being undermined at every turn, or are being replaced with someone more compliant.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
If even a heretic like Kasper is against Francis' "Synodal Church", I think it will fail. If Francis is successful in establishing his new "church". I hope it provokes a HUGE schism where the faithful Catholics split from his heretic invention, establish our own Vatican, and elect our own traditional Pope, Cardinals, Bishops, and re-establish all the religious Orders destroyed by Vatican II.