The anti-Church ReligionDigital.org (June 2) launched an article against Father Pablo Ormazábal Albistur, 46, the rector of San Sebastian seminary, Spain.
ReligionDigital.org accuses Ormazábal of having called Francis a “heretic.” In reality, he only signed the obsequious November 2019 Contra Recentia Sacrilegia document, an answer to Francis’ Pachamama and Abu Dhabi scandals.
“Six months have passed since then, and the rector is still in office,” ReligionDigital foams. These are the same people who call for “parrhesia” when it suits them.
Ormazábal studied at the Opus Dei University of Navarra. He also operates a Twitter account.
Picture: Pablo Ormazábal Albistur, #newsRtddgether
The front page of tomorrow's edition of the Vatican newspaper Osservatore: "Racism is a sin that cannot be tolerated." So, to know wich sin can be tolerated we have to look in Amoris Laetitia.
Theodore Dalrymple on propaganda [like Parrhesia or any other lies]: "In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better.