On May 24th, the Belgian bishops published a pastoral letter about the controversial document “Amoris Laetitia”. They write: “One cannot decree that all those divorced and remarried can be admitted to communion. Nor can one decree that they are all excluded.” The bishops ask for “pastoral decisions” based on the consciences of each person.
They seem not to be aware of the fact that those, "pastoral decisions" have been made by the Church. Civilly remarried divorcees have access to the sacraments if they abstain from sexual intercourse. Otherwise they eat their own judgment when receiving Holy Communion unlawfully (1 Cor 11,28).
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Right! those pastoral decisions have been made by the Church! And so now we have replaced the spirit of the law with the letter of the law, supposedly the very thing they sought to overcome in their foolishness. Pastors must admit whoever wants to receive communion if they follow this new mandate. We will suffer deeply because of it.
"The Belgian bishops are with Francis" and against Jesus Christ and against the Council of Trent. The supremacy of consciences where each individual is their own god that is above God's Law. Pope Pius XII condemned the “moral situation” of Amoris Laetitia. 4christum.blogspot.ro/…/pope-pius-xii-c…