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  • Fr Wolfe. ‘What God has Joined Together’

    The statistics on annulments that Father sites here are utterly shocking and completely overwhelming and literally brought me to tears. Not just numbers either we’ve all seen those, no, so much more than that. 
    The Church is truly bleeding from this wound
    and it is often overlooked. Sometimes by those who were blessed with intact marriages or those who don’t acknowledge Novus Ordo or Indult Catholics. 
    It really is Catholic Divorce and is being granted left and right with no questions asked, sometimes by priests even though it is forbidden. 
    When will it end? Can we fight it? Are we supposed to stand by and watch the numbers of fractured families sore only to claim, ‘The Church granted it fair and square!’ ??

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    Re: Annulments and the Church’s approval
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  • The Novus Ordo sect / "Conciliar Church" is a man-made institution, not the divine Catholic Church. The Novus Ordo sect / "Conciliar Church" has no authority over marriages of Catholics.
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  • Just recently in my home town a childhood friend of mine had a full white wedding in the local chapel, with the bishop presiding. Her bridesmaids were her two adult daughters from her first marriage. Their father is still living in the town, and while I knew that the couple had separated I wasn't aware that their marriage had been annulled. But it must have been for her to get re-married in a chapel by the bishop, right?

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  • The punishment of Vatican II is that the sinner will be confirmed in his sin by the clergy, in this case, the adulterer, will be given an annulment.  One can find a priest to tell them that they are good where they are. Today, only those that keep the faith as it always was, will be saved. The Vatican II church, a counterfeit false church, is assisting souls to hell.  

    In each SSPX parish there are couples who are on their second marriage, having obtained an annulment. They will not be saved if they lied to get their annulment.


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  • The Novus Ordo sect / "Conciliar Church" is a man-made institution, not the divine Catholic Church. The Novus Ordo sect / "Conciliar Church" has no authority over marriages of Catholics.
    Many Novus Ordos say the Rosary and go to Confession yet they are destroying their families with annulments and remarriage, often with children being shuffled back and forth. It is TRAGIC and should be fought by those who are able either by words or by action...prayer first and foremost 

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    « Reply #6 on: April 19, 2018, 12:49:11 PM »
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  • Many Novus Ordos say the Rosary and go to Confession yet they are destroying their families with annulments and remarriage, often with children being shuffled back and forth. It is TRAGIC and should be fought by those who are able either by words or by action...prayer first and foremost
    Of course the Novus Ordo wolves will be held much more responsible for their sinful permissiveness or even affirmation of others in their sin.

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    « Reply #7 on: April 19, 2018, 12:56:46 PM »
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  • I have a few Novus Ordo family members who have fallen for the ‘marriage take 2’ trap. Kids were involved in their cases. 
    It is sickening to think that you can have children with someone and then say ‘oops, we were never really married’, that is an absolute JOKE


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  • It is sickening to think that you can have children with someone and then say ‘oops, we were never really married’, that is an absolute JOKE
    Especially if the children are years old.

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  • This is pretty scandalous but we cannot be scandalized. People will answer for taking liberties with God's mercy. Fellow Catholics need our prayers.     

     

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