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Faithless Bishops: Last week, the German Bishops published a collection of texts entitled, "The Reformation in Ecumenical Perspective." In the introduction they explain that the blasphemer, anti-… More
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Lionel L. Andrades
For the CDF/Ecclesia Dei the heretics in Germany are not heretics since like the two popes they interpret Vatican Council II as a break with traditional Catholic doctirine.

The onus for clarifying the doctrinal issues lies with the Vatican/CDF/ Ecclesia Dei.
They have clarified it.
They have confirmed it.They accept an irrational interpretation of Vatican Council II. With this interpretation …
Weakness: Why he did not state the reasons for the weakness?
One of the reasons for the weakness is that the Roman clergy are not the accurate interpreters of God's Word.
All are called to proclaim the Word of God as the Lord proclaimed His Gospel with profound clarity, and to obey His command: "Repent and believe the Gospel!" Mark 1,15.
What a vivid picture of those who trust what man says inst… More
@Jungerheld: The German bishops praise Martin Luther because they have the same "faith" as Martin Luther. It is as easy as that.
Like I said before ,the bishops should resign being Catholics and go ,we don't want heretic teachings in the Catholic Church
If the bishops think that way we should not contradict them and send them from the Catholic Church to the Lutheran Church so they can at home
Is all of this about Martin Luther an effort to find a, "lowest common denominator" and build bridges, or something like that? We will pass by the ridiculous on the way to the very serious, significant errors Uncle Joe only touches on that have caused tremendous injury to countless souls.
Uncle Joe
Faithless Bishops: In his own writings, Luther is known to have made shocking statements. For instance, in his "Table Talks" he teaches that Jesus Christ committed adultery three times:

Christ committed adultery first of all with the woman at the well about whom St. John tells us. Was not everybody about Him saying: "Whatever has He been doing with her?" Secondly, with Mary Magdalene, and … More