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The Ratzinger Circle of Alumni – A Bunch of Modernists?

The former students of Joseph Ratzinger – the so-called Ratzinger Schülerkreis – will hold its yearly meeting in September in order to speak about the priesthood in Ratzinger’s theology. For the …More
The former students of Joseph Ratzinger – the so-called Ratzinger Schülerkreis – will hold its yearly meeting in September in order to speak about the priesthood in Ratzinger’s theology. For the first time, there will be a public session. Ratzinger’s former alumni have been gathering since 1977. The public session will be opened by the modernist Curia Cardinal Kurt Koch who partly organizes the Circle of Alumni. The liberal German theologian Father Karl-Heinz Menke will give a talk. Among the participants is the retired Hamburg auxiliary bishop, Hans-Jochen Jaschke, who is among the most Modernist and anti-Catholic bishops of Germany.

The new President of the European Union, Ursula von der Leyen, is being presented as a very religious mother of seven children. But when von der Leyen was the German Family minister, she supported gender indoctrination in schools and handing over children for homosexual adoption. Quote, "I know of no study that says that children growing up in same-sex partnerships fare any differently than children who grow up in heterosexual marriages or partnerships." In June 2017, von der Leyen voted against the majority in her party in favor of the introduction of a gay pseudo-marriage in Germany. As a German war minister, von der Leyen complained about alleged discrimination of homosexuals and transvestites in the army, wanting to raise their numbers.

Pope Francis has published a new propaganda video in favour of mass-immigration. In the video, he points out correctly that wars affect only certain regions of the world while the weapons are manufactured by the rich who do not care about the refugees they produce with their wars. He also says correctly that the small, poor and most vulnerable suffer the most from wars. But he hushes up the truth that those whom he presents as “refugees” are not small and poor but are healthy, young and strong men with mobile phones who abandon their home countries were they would urgently be needed.

On July 4, Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit the Vatican for the fifth time. In an interview in the Russian magazine Ogonek, the Russian ambassador to the Holy See Aleksandr Avdeev, a former minister for culture, recalls that the Pope – quote - "is the spiritual guide of a billion and three hundred million people, who consider his word more important than the word of the political leaders”. And, “The territorial extension of the Vatican is inversely proportional to its capacity to influence the whole world". In a recent interview with the Financial Times, Putin defended the Catholic Church saying that it is – quote – “attacked by the liberal ideologies.”
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