Monday, January 01, 2018

Cdl. Muller is Anathema by Infallible Trent: "If any one Saith, that Matrimonial Causes do not belong to Ecclesiastical Judges; Let him be Anathema."

Cardinal Gerhard Muller is anathema by the infallible Council of Trent for saying:

"It is possible that the penitent may be convinced in conscience, and with good reasons, of the invalidity of the first marriage even though they cannot offer canonical proof. In this case the marriage valid before God would be the second one and the pastor could grant the sacrament." (Vatican Insider, "Muller, 'Buttiglione's book dispelled the cardinals' dubia,'" December 31, 2017)

In simple words, Muller said a penitent and a priest can decide on "matrimonial causes" between themselves and therefore matrimonial causes do not belong to Church judges (ecclesiastical judges).

The penitent and the priest can decide on a no-fault annulment without the other marriage partner being involved and decided that the second non-Catholic marriage or civil marriage is magically now a real Catholic marriage "valid before God," "without canonical proof" and without canon law which means without ecclesiastical judges.

In other words, throw out all Revelation, all Church law, all canon law and all ecclesiastical judges on all matrimonial causes or Catholic marriages if the penitent and priest are "convinced in conscience, and with good reasons" despite the fact that they cannot "offer canonical proof."

Muller needs to be informed of the infallible Council of Trent teaching:

"Canon XII. -If any one saith that matrimonial causes do not belong to ecclesiastical judges; let him be anathema."
(http://www.thecounciloftrent/ch24.htm)

Catholic Answers Jimmy Akin in 2002 on www.ewtn.com said:

"Many people have been falsely lead to believe that Vatican II revoked the anathemas of the Council of Trent. Nothing can be further from the truth. An anathema on an infallible statement can not be revoked, and is always binding... at the opening of the Second Vatican Council, Pope John XXIII stated, 'I do accept entirely all that has been decided and declared at the Council of Trent..."

"Though today they are not subject to the penalty of anathema since this penalty no longer exists, they are still subject to other canon law penalties, such as excommunication. In fact, the canonical crime of heresy carries with it an automatic imposition of the penalty of excommunication."
(http:www.ewtn.com/v/experts/showmessage_print.asp?number=379439&language=en)

Pray a Our Father now for the Dubia Cardinals to issue the correction and that Muller is not the next Pope.

Endnote:

Muller: Where is Pope Benedict's Supposed Writings that are Anathema by Trent?


Cardinal Gerhard Muller claims that Pope Benedict XVI in some 2000 writings supported his new teaching that is anathema by Trent.

All the writings of Ratzinger as Cardinal and as Pope Benedict, that I know of, officially flatly contradicted Muller's new error that is anathema by Trent.

If Muller were any kind scholar in the least degree, he would have quoted the supposed statement of Benedict and stated what the title of the statement was at the minimum.

-Update January 4, 2014-

If the 1972 essay is what Muller is speaking of he failed to note that CNA on December 4, 2014 reported that Benedict retracted the 1972 essay issued before he was a Cardinal or Pope that said the divorced and "remarried" could receive Communion.

If this is the case, Muller if he is a honest man needs to acknowledge this fact which he failed to bring forward.

Muller needs to follow Benedict's example and retract the statement he made above that is anathema by Trent.



3 comments:

Jean Spearing said...

Can anything be more confusing? Especially for the young, when a marriage fails and the partner has moved on, it is an enormous burden to anticipate and accept a future alone. The words of these Cardinals telling the itching ear what it wants to hear, and there are very few who will not succumb to the allure of their words. It makes me shutter, that many will also think they can discern an invalid marriage before the first one even falls apart.

Amateur Brain Surgeon said...

Father Ratzinger did indeed write and publish his opinion that the divorced and remarried can receive Holy Communion


https://novusordowatch.org/2014/03/ratzinger-communion-divorced/

Amateur Brain Surgeon said...


You say:

If the 1972 essay is what Muller is speaking of he failed to note that CNA on December 4, 2014 reported that Benedict retracted the 1972 essay issued before he was a Cardinal or Pope that said the divorced and "remarried" could receive Communion.

If this is the case, Muller if he is a honest man needs to acknowledge this fact which he failed to bring forward.

Muller needs to follow Benedict's example and retract the statement he made above that is anathema by Trent.

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If what you claim is accurate, then why were there translations of his work being done years after he supposedly retracted it?

http://www.pathsoflove.com/texts/ratzinger-indissolubility-marriage/

How can his conclusions now be different when his premises were not changed?

In any event, ABS is not a sede and so he will let this drop but Ratzinger is not the man you think he is.

Over Thirty years ago ABS was part of a traditional study group in Portland, Maine and our group read and discussed his infamous work about Creation. It was clearly heretical then and it is clearly heretical now and he has never retuned it.

Ratzinger has recently publicly stated that the Justice of God is cruelty and that he is in complete agreement with Franics about Mercy