Francis Keeps Making False Claims on Amoris Laetitia

Pope Francis has spread the falshood that Amoris Laetitia, which accepts divorce and remarriage, is "in continuity (without ruptures)" with the Catholic magisterium.

This false claim is contained in a letter he wrote on August 1, 2017 to the British theologian Stephen Walford who published it now as a preface to his new book about Amoris Laetitia.

Francis purports that the "entire Church" was involved in Amoris Laetitia. The contrary is true. The heretical parts of the document did not receive a qualified majority at either Synod on the Family in 2014 or 2015. They also met with strong opposition from the clergy and the Catholic laity.

Claiming that Amoris laetitia “follows the classical doctrine of Saint Thomas Aquinas”, Francis repeats a wrong statement he already made in September 2017.

Important scholars have proven that Amoris Laetitia misquotes and abuses Thomas Aquinas.

One example is number 301 where Francis insinuates that Thomas supports the idea that persons could become saints while acting contrary to some virtues.

But Thomas speaks about people who repent past sins and go on keeping the moral law although with some difficulty.

Picture: Stephen Walford , #newsBspzoaasve
One of Cardinal Cocco's aides was found in the midst of a drug and sodomitical orgy by Vatican 👮. Bergoglio was angry, angry they were found out.
Coccopalmeirio? The defender of the pedophile Inzoli, the one who had gay orgies in his appartment, whose corruption and decadence is only matched by his reputation for vice. What choices people make for moral and doctrinal guides.
Oh, well that's convincing!
San Atanasio ora pro nobis
But what else do you expect from a heretic who is worse than Luther who defies God by nullifying the Commandments of his Law, adulterates the Words of Christ to fabricate his own adulterated prayer of Our Father and changes the Catechism so that it does not contradict his own heresies .