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Offline Viva Cristo Rey

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« on: May 28, 2015, 07:35:34 PM »
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    BREAKING - European "Progressive" Bishops Planning Synod Coup: Secret Meeting in Rome on Monday
    Jean-Marie Guénois, Religious Affairs correspondent for French daily Le Figaro, has the report (main excerpt below) of a Vatican-II-style Rhineland coup for the October 2015 Synod on the Family:


    Family Synod: a Very Discreet Meeting of the Reformers in Rome

    Jean-Marie Guénois
    Le Figaro
    May 22, 2015 - 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM



    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.

    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Along with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.

    At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

    [...]

    [Source, in French]
    New Catholic at 5/22/2015 07:32:00 PM
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    « Reply #1 on: May 28, 2015, 07:46:11 PM »
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  • It doesn't sound very "secret" to me since Rorate Caeli knows all about it.  I think the report shouldn't be that there's a secret meeting.  Instead, the report should be that the Vatican is working with the liberals to make sure the second synod on the family has the "right" outcomes, and, while they are not publicly advertising the meetings, they're not hiding them either.


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    « Reply #2 on: May 28, 2015, 08:17:37 PM »
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  • Where's the secret meeting to investigate Francis for heresy?

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    « Reply #3 on: May 28, 2015, 10:36:17 PM »
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    RORATE CÆLI
    An International Traditional Catholic Weblog
    BREAKING - European "Progressive" Bishops Planning Synod Coup: Secret Meeting in Rome on Monday
    Jean-Marie Guénois, Religious Affairs correspondent for French daily Le Figaro, has the report (main excerpt below) of a Vatican-II-style Rhineland coup for the October 2015 Synod on the Family:


    Family Synod: a Very Discreet Meeting of the Reformers in Rome

    Jean-Marie Guénois
    Le Figaro
    May 22, 2015 - 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM



    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.

    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Alo

    ng with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.

    At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

    [...]

    [Source, in French]
    New Catholic at 5/22/2015 07:32:00 PM
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    If it is such a secret meeting how come everybody is talking about it?

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    « Reply #4 on: May 28, 2015, 11:44:10 PM »
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    RORATE CÆLI
    An International Traditional Catholic Weblog
    BREAKING - European "Progressive" Bishops Planning Synod Coup: Secret Meeting in Rome on Monday
    Jean-Marie Guénois, Religious Affairs correspondent for French daily Le Figaro, has the report (main excerpt below) of a Vatican-II-style Rhineland coup for the October 2015 Synod on the Family:


    Family Synod: a Very Discreet Meeting of the Reformers in Rome

    Jean-Marie Guénois
    Le Figaro
    May 22, 2015 - 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM



    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.

    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Alo

    ng with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.

    At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

    [...]

    [Source, in French]
    New Catholic at 5/22/2015 07:32:00 PM
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    If it is such a secret meeting how come everybody is talking about it?


    Yet another "test balloon" being flown to prepare everyone for October - the deadline Francis set for the Church to "mature."

    What do you suppose he meant by that, Poche?


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    « Reply #5 on: May 29, 2015, 12:52:17 AM »
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    RORATE CÆLI
    An International Traditional Catholic Weblog
    BREAKING - European "Progressive" Bishops Planning Synod Coup: Secret Meeting in Rome on Monday
    Jean-Marie Guénois, Religious Affairs correspondent for French daily Le Figaro, has the report (main excerpt below) of a Vatican-II-style Rhineland coup for the October 2015 Synod on the Family:


    Family Synod: a Very Discreet Meeting of the Reformers in Rome

    Jean-Marie Guénois
    Le Figaro
    May 22, 2015 - 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM



    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.

    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Alo

    ng with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.

    At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

    [...]

    [Source, in French]
    New Catholic at 5/22/2015 07:32:00 PM
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    If it is such a secret meeting how come everybody is talking about it?


    Yet another "test balloon" being flown to prepare everyone for October - the deadline Francis set for the Church to "mature."

    What do you suppose he meant by that, Poche?

    for the cjurch to mature would be to proclaim the truth without adulteration.

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    « Reply #6 on: May 29, 2015, 08:22:03 AM »
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    RORATE CÆLI
    An International Traditional Catholic Weblog
    BREAKING - European "Progressive" Bishops Planning Synod Coup: Secret Meeting in Rome on Monday
    Jean-Marie Guénois, Religious Affairs correspondent for French daily Le Figaro, has the report (main excerpt below) of a Vatican-II-style Rhineland coup for the October 2015 Synod on the Family:


    Family Synod: a Very Discreet Meeting of the Reformers in Rome

    Jean-Marie Guénois
    Le Figaro
    May 22, 2015 - 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM



    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.

    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Alo

    ng with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.

    At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

    [...]

    [Source, in French]
    New Catholic at 5/22/2015 07:32:00 PM
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    If it is such a secret meeting how come everybody is talking about it?


    Yet another "test balloon" being flown to prepare everyone for October - the deadline Francis set for the Church to "mature."

    What do you suppose he meant by that, Poche?

    for the cjurch to mature would be to proclaim the truth without adulteration.


    Really? Because the Church was doing just that, from her infancy until just a few decades ago.

    Whence comes the "immaturity" then, Poche?

    And could what you posit possibly be what Francis meant, considering he has adulterated the truth more than any other occupant of the Papal throne in church history?

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    « Reply #7 on: May 29, 2015, 11:16:02 PM »
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    RORATE CÆLI
    An International Traditional Catholic Weblog
    BREAKING - European "Progressive" Bishops Planning Synod Coup: Secret Meeting in Rome on Monday
    Jean-Marie Guénois, Religious Affairs correspondent for French daily Le Figaro, has the report (main excerpt below) of a Vatican-II-style Rhineland coup for the October 2015 Synod on the Family:


    Family Synod: a Very Discreet Meeting of the Reformers in Rome

    Jean-Marie Guénois
    Le Figaro
    May 22, 2015 - 6:24 PM (Paris time), updated at 6:50 PM



    On Monday [May 25], European episcopates will debate the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexuals in the Church.

    The initiative has remained very discreet, indeed secret, but it is important. According to our information, three episcopates -- the German, the Swiss, and the French -- have gotten together in order to organize, behind closed doors, on Monday, May 25, in Rome, in the premises of the Jesuit Gregorian University, a day of studies centered on the welcoming of remarried divorcees and homosexual persons in the Church. Renowned German theologians will take the floor before a chosen audience of only fifty people. The closing conference will be delivered by Cardinal Reinhard Marx, President of the German Bishops' Conference. Alo

    ng with Cardinal Walter Kasper, this influential cardinal -- a member of the C9, the Pope's close council -- works actively for a policy of opening of the Catholic Church on these dossiers.

    At the Vatican, only a few personalities have received an invitation.

    [...]

    [Source, in French]
    New Catholic at 5/22/2015 07:32:00 PM
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    If it is such a secret meeting how come everybody is talking about it?


    Yet another "test balloon" being flown to prepare everyone for October - the deadline Francis set for the Church to "mature."

    What do you suppose he meant by that, Poche?

    for the cjurch to mature would be to proclaim the truth without adulteration.


    Really? Because the Church was doing just that, from her infancy until just a few decades ago.

    Whence comes the "immaturity" then, Poche?

    And could what you posit possibly be what Francis meant, considering he has adulterated the truth more than any other occupant of the Papal throne in church history?


    Maybe His Holiness would like for us to get back to basics.


     

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