Two Cardinals, Three Bishops Correct Francis, Answer Dubia

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mystic
Francis had already answered the dubia, but it is not what they want to hear.

1 Can remarried receive communion? Answer: Everybody can receive communion also Lutherans, muslims, .
2 Is good and bad something absolute? Answer: Everything is relative.
3 Can it objectively be said that one is in a state of sin? Answer No: Everything is relative to the circumstances of the "sinner".
4 Can a circums…More
Francis had already answered the dubia, but it is not what they want to hear.

1 Can remarried receive communion? Answer: Everybody can receive communion also Lutherans, muslims, .
2 Is good and bad something absolute? Answer: Everything is relative.
3 Can it objectively be said that one is in a state of sin? Answer No: Everything is relative to the circumstances of the "sinner".
4 Can a circumstance change intrinsic evil to something good? Answer Yes: Everything is relative.
5 Can a divergent normality of the circumstance of someone legitimate exceptions to absolute norms, like the indigenous people who is used to headhunting can legitimate practicing headhunting because it is their norm? Answer: Yes everything is relative. He is not aware of doing something immoral, so he is forgiven.
@mystic can you provide a more in-depth circumstances of those answers?
mystic
Thanks for the question.
Not sure why I should answer to a
disposable account, however I will
do, because I perceive that you want
to trick me to stumble over my own
words and I always appreciate that.

1- Video He proclaims he wants this and I may agree
with Francis on this one, however for very different reasons.
The consecrated
host is seen by the
Catholic Church as "holy"
and in our traditi…More
Thanks for the question.
Not sure why I should answer to a
disposable account, however I will
do, because I perceive that you want
to trick me to stumble over my own
words and I always appreciate that.

1- Video He proclaims he wants this and I may agree
with Francis on this one, however for very different reasons.
The consecrated
host is seen by the
Catholic Church as "holy"
and in our traditional view
can be smudged by sinners".
Likened to a white apron that can
be stained by the sin of the sinner and
therefore should only be consumed by the
righteous and worthy. Old testament, when you
touch a dead body Lev 21:1-17 you become impure
Or in practice: The Eucharist can only be administered
by the righteous and worthy, to the righteous and worthy.
The word "administered" says more than you think.

This attitude of I have something and I only give it to you when
you behave as I deem correct, evidences lack of faith, because
Jesus is bigger than being used as a dog cookie to tame
sinners to not sin. Jesus touches the lepers and they
are cleansed. Jesus is active, like alcohol cleanses
wounds and kills bacteria's. He is less a passive
apron protecting people against smudges.
therefore whosoever denies the
Eucharist to anybody has the
greater sin, because that
person denies Jesus
and in this way
denies a cure.
freely ye did receive, freely give. And then suddenly
we decide to administer what was given freely.

2-5 are all similar doubts. Why Francis is a
relativist: Because he professes Jan 25 2018
that people can only be saved by faith and
not necessarily by virtue. You can perceive
that this is why he says that for example
Judas Iscariot may be in the heavens. Jan
19 2018. And there are many more of those:
"You cannot be certain" quotes.

So can good be called bad if we had decided
that as being true inside our conscience, and
can we then go to the heavens if we are at
peace with that newly construed conscience?

The kingdom of the heavens can be likened
to that carpenter who broke his hacksaw that
he had inherited from his father, who had
obtained it from his grand-grandfather.
That carpenter went for the first time in his
life to the mega tool store in the next city.
When he arrived at the department where
they were selling the new tools that he needed,
he was surprised by the variety of tools he
encountered.
He asked the owner: Why is this saw $400 and
why is this saw only $30.
Well says the owner: This saw is made in
Germany and this saw is made in China.
Which one is better? Was the following question.
They are both good says the seller.
So why the difference in price?
Well says the owner. In China the standard of
living is lower and the government represses
the people while the entrepreneurs extort
the workers and make them work 80 hours
per week for small wages. So they can sell
cheaper hacksaws to you.
Therefore the carpenter bought the German
hacksaw, because he did not want this on
his conscience.
Well there was a conscience boost, and many
people bought German saws and less Chinese,
so the Chinese entrepreneur laid off the
Chinese hacksaw maker. The harsh
circumstances that followed caused the
Chinese hacksaw maker to lack food for him
and for his family and they all died of hunger
and starvation.
Some years later the Carpenter also died and
arrived at the gates of the heavens.
There Saint Peter says to the carpenter: Do you
remember that German saw that you bought?
Well yes, answers the carpenter.
Do you know that you have sinned? And that
this caused that one man and his family
perished of hunger? Do you realize that his
blood and the blood of his family sticks to
your hands?
No answers the carpenter. I am very sorry.
Good says Peter: Do an act of contrition
and you may enter into the heavens justified,
because you repented from the heart.
The man proclaims his act and opens the
gate to enter, but one doubt slips
into his mind and he returns to Saint Peter.
Saint Peter: What would have happened if
I had bought the Chinese Hacksaw?
Well says Saint Peter: Then you would have
sinned to uphold and sustain the cruel
Chinese government and extortionists.

Such are the sins of this world.
Those are the sins that you will have to commit to
participate in this world.
God loved the people of this world so much that
he gave his only Son Jesus Christ, the lamb of
God, your Saviour who died on the cross to
remove the sins of this world, so that everyone
who has faith in him will have eternal life and
never really die.
Exactly those sins.
And all other sins are anathema.
Homoheretics Francis and friends need to be taken to the woodshed and formally corrected with a belt.
JTLiuzza
Like probably all of the good folks who regularly comment here, I read and keep up every day with the goings on in the Church, such as they are. Usually these days it's an unpleasant task but the enemy doesn't sleep, so neither must we. Sometimes reading yet another piece about Bergoglio's shenanigans, or even more of the sodomite priests, Christian persecution... makes you a little battle weary.…More
Like probably all of the good folks who regularly comment here, I read and keep up every day with the goings on in the Church, such as they are. Usually these days it's an unpleasant task but the enemy doesn't sleep, so neither must we. Sometimes reading yet another piece about Bergoglio's shenanigans, or even more of the sodomite priests, Christian persecution... makes you a little battle weary. War is hell.

I read through the 40 points in the declaration of truths and it was a refreshing and energizing read. A welcome tonic to stave off a little battle fatigue. Please read the 40 points. It reminded me that the truth never dies and it is embodied in the Church, Deo gratias. Keep fighting.
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