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Scola: Four Solutions for the Divorced and Remarried
« on: September 23, 2014, 12:14:52 PM »
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    His "solutions" are abominable:

    - spiritual communion, or “of desire”;
    Of these four "solutions," this is the best (or least worst).

    - recourse to the sacrament of reconciliation even without absolution;
    To approach that sacrament without the intention of being absolved has got to be sacrilege; it mocks the sacrament just as much as a false confession would!

    - sexual continence while remaining in the civil union;
    There's still the sin of scandal, and this would only encourage it.

    - the verification of the validity or invalidity of a marriage not only by the diocesan tribunals or the Rota, but also with a more streamlined nonjudicial canonical procedure under the supervision of the local bishop.
    The annulment process as it's practiced is already "divorce for Catholics"! How much more "streamlined" could it be? A spouse can get an annulment even without the consent of the other spouse, and "immaturity" is often grounds for defective-consent annulments!

    Now that these Modernists have destroyed the faith, all they have left to destroy is the natural law.

    Domine, miserere nobis!
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