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Francis: Wrong Can Suddenly Become True

Pope Francis’ statement on death penalty contradicts what the Church taught from her beginnings until John Paul II according to P.J. Smith on firstthings.com. On October 11, Pope Francis called deat…
aderito
whats the obsession now with the death penalty ,seems like a distraction for people not to talk about Amoris laetitia
mareksitar
So Pope Francis believes that there are some "per se" evil acts, intrinsically evil acts, "intrinsece malum" as Veritatis Splendor encyclical put it. Apart of the matter in question, this might a response to one of the Dubia Questions regarding circumstances or intentions that can never transform an act intrinsically evil by virtue of its object into an act ‘subjectively’ good or defensible as a …More
So Pope Francis believes that there are some "per se" evil acts, intrinsically evil acts, "intrinsece malum" as Veritatis Splendor encyclical put it. Apart of the matter in question, this might a response to one of the Dubia Questions regarding circumstances or intentions that can never transform an act intrinsically evil by virtue of its object into an act ‘subjectively’ good or defensible as a choice. The Holy Spirit works, perhaps we shall get the other ones responded any soon.
Lionel L. Andrades
The cardinal and bishops also contradict what was taught in the 16th century.

There are two interpretations of Vatican Council II today and the magisterial one is a scandal : Catholic writers are not asking the Vatican the right questions
eucharistandmission.blogspot.ro/…/there-are-two-i…

We are in the same Church but the Polish bishops interpret the Nicene Creed, EENS, Vatican Council II and …
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