Saturday, December 17, 2016

Does Fr. Blake believe a Editoral Mistake is as "Scandalous" as the Vatican's Gay Orgy & Pro-Abortionist and a Scandal like the Arian Crisis?

-Updated July 14, 2017-

Onepeterfive.com it appears made a mistake in reporting "the story about the Pope submitting his five dubia to Cardinal Muller" according to Muller's denial of the report.

Unfortunately, Muller has a track record of contradicting what those close to him say he said to them.

Reliable Vatican expert and EWTN analyst Edward Pentin reporting on Muller co-worker's puzzlement at his ability to contradict himself wrote:

"Another senior official... told him personally... that what the cardinal states in the interview 'is exactly the contradictory of everything which he said to me on the matter until now.'" ("Cardinal Muller's TV Interview Causes Bewilderment," National Catholic Register, January 9, 2017)

Truth is important. But, how do you get to the truth by quoting someone quoting a person who has a track record for contradicting what he told his closest co-workers "until now."

In my opinion, it was a editorial mistake.

Fr. Ray Blake said the editorial mistake was "as scandalous as stories about sexual deviants having parties in the Vatican" and implicitly "as scandalous" as the apparently pro-abortion head of the Academy for Life not being pro-life on baby Charlie Gard like Francis as well as the papal inner circle supposedly failing to "understand the thinking of the" Pope. (marymagdalen.blogspot, "Nasty Courtiers," July 13, 2017)

Is it really as "scandalous" as "a drug-based homosexual debauched party" in the Vatican and homosexual practice in the Vatican which has "never being worse" than under Francis according to Vatican reporter Pentin?

Is it really as "scandalous" as Francis not firing the apparently pro-abortion head of the Academy for Life who was appointed by Francis?

Is it as "scandalous" as the crisis which Pope Francis and his inner circle has made that is as bad as the Arian crisis?

The current crisis may be worst because the current Pope's personal beliefs appears to be directly countering Church doctrines such as those that state unrepentant persons in mortal sin can't receive Holy Communion or repentance is required to receive God's mercy.

The Kasper/Pope Francis teaching appears to implicitly deny the core infallible doctrine of the Catholic Church that Jesus Christ is God.

The famous Fr. Z thinks the current crisis is at least as bad as the Arian crisis. He said:

"Today we are facing something rather like the Arian crisis in the 4th century.

"Think about it this way.  There are a lot of people – more and more – going over to the position that Christ simply got it wrong about indissolubility of marriage (Kasperites).  That means that He wasn’t divine, right?  Moreover, these same people are reducing Holy Communion to a token of affirmation in the comfortable club we all more or less belong to.  What does that say for their belief in the divinity of the Lord?"

"The questions which are being hotly debated today go waaaaay beyond mere considerations of Communion for one group of sinners in hard cases (the divorced and civilly remarried).  The questions go ultimately to:  Who is Jesus Christ?"

"In the early centuries of the Church this question had to be settled by the Council of Nicea.  There were those who, following the heretical proposition of the priest Arius, believed that Christ was not divine as the Father is divine, that Christ was the greatest of creatures."[http://wdtprs.com/blog/2016/12/6-dec-st-nicholas-snowflake-alert-not-a-safe-space/]

Cardinal Sarah, also, thinks the Kasper proposal counters another core doctrine of the Church: the salvation of souls. He said on Church Militant:

"The answer doesn't lie in vague language about whether the Church should be merciful toward sinners, either, but in whether a sinner has repented and returned to true communion with the Church. Ultimately, said Cdl. Sarah, 'If there's no repentance, there's no mercy.'

What if the sinner, the unrepentant adulterer, decides to receive Communion anyway?

Cardinal Sarah, citing St. Paul, warned, 'If he does so knowingly, and does it of his own will, he eats unto his own condemnation.'"[http://www.churchmilitant.com/news/article/cdl.-sarah-if-theres-no-repentance-theres-no-mercy]

The Church infallibly teaches that the Eucharistic is Jesus Christ who is true God and true man. The Kasper/Pope Francis teaching appears to want unrepentant persons in mortal sin to receive Jesus Christ in Holy Communion.

If this is true, it is an act of sacrilege against Jesus Christ who is God.

Further, they appear to want to get around St Paul when he said  "If he does so knowingly, and does it of his own will, he eats unto his own condemnation."

They are gambling that invincible ignorance and a not well formed conscience might save the unrepentant sinner from condemnation. They are gambling with the eternal salvation of human persons.

As Cardinal Burke said:

"And here we’re talking about the salvation of souls, people being led into error in matters which have to do with their eternal salvation."[https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/cardinal-burke-responds-to-dubia-critics-not-a-sign-of-illness-to-care-abou

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