So then anyone who is or was critical of Amoris Laetitia and hasn't subsequently made a personalized public act of fidelity to Pope Francis would also be excommunicated. But I suppose logic isn't the strong point of those that find no fault in Amoris Laetitia.
In his "humour" maybe his true feelings come out, that he is the most radical leader since Christ and has fully intended changing Our Lord Jesus teachings to suit his belief's. as it goes he thinks if he were God that this is what he would make the way, so he ATTEMPS to changes Gods laws to suit what he believes, therefore he believes he is God
there is a fourth interpretation of Vatican 11, not mentioned, that it is of satan, and our lady came to warn us of it at Fatima. It was a pastoral council that practising catholic can ignore. the so called conservatives that go to the new mass have to keep sticking there fingers in there ears and go lalalala to help pretend that Vatican 11 is still catholic.
I'm ashamed to be Irish, voted in gay marriage, openly gay prime minister and now we are going to vote on abortion, I only describe myself as catholic never an Irish man as a result of the shameful decisions Ireland as taken over the last number of years.2 명 더 보기