Tuesday, August 24, 2010
A Destroyer of the Faith Leaves the Curia
"Porous, ambiguous, deceptive", the famous Mainz Canon Lawyer, Father Georg May, let loose a scathing condemnation on the departing president of the Vatican Office for Unity.
[kreuz.net] "In the era of Kasper the extraction of the knowledge of the faith from Catholic Christians was expedited."
Mainz canon lawyer, Father Georg May, said this for the Catholic Monthly 'Kirchliche Umschau' about the newly President Emeritus of the Papal Office for Unity, Walter Cardinal Kasper (77).
The unrestrained ecumenism tore apart all the boundaries: "The people didn't know truth from error, or to distinguish the Church of Christ from schism."
Father May did not blame this entirely on Cardinal Kasper. Actually, he accused him of not having done anything to oppose this development.
Cardinal Kasper had not been qualified for transfer to that office.
He worked for false principles, that there are more commonalities with the protestants than things that separate us.
Fr. May contradicted that: "The opposite is the case."
The protestant theology is "almost in every way an unceasing opposition to Catholic Faith and moral teaching."
The Faith Distorted and Falsified
The third edition of the standard work 'Lexikons fuer Theologie und Kirche', which today's Cardinal Kasper had circulated in the years 1993 to 2001, Father May indicted as a danger for Theology and Church:
"Here the Catholic Faith in numerous places was distorted, falsified and deficiently represented."
The actual articles for the elucidation of the Faith were "porous, ambiguous and deceptive".
Even the moral teaching was "twisted, falsified and brought close to protestantic views."
The most recent history of the Church in an accompanying work was "progressivistically assigned".
On the suggestion that today's Cardinal Kasper was promoted by the famous Catholic Theologian Leo Cardinal Scheffzczyk (+2005) in Tubingen, Father May exclaimed:
"As Cardinal Kasper was promoted, the Church showed immediately then the first twitches of disaster, that would break over it."
Today's Cardinal Kasper was completely gliding on the Progressive channel.
He followed exegetes, "who had not learned the bible methodically, and in whose hands the Gospel was transformed into a novelistic tale. "
Cardinal Kasper had worked to "loosen the Dogma" -- cited Father May the convert and Indologue Paul Hacker (+1979).
For example Father may mentioned the fact, that the Cardinal had portrayed the teaching on Christ's divinity and humanity as overreaching":
"It is too little, when Walter Casper merely says that the death of Jesus is, >>the consequence of his act<<".
This Theology is incapable of securing young people in their Faith.
Illusions About Successor
Father May is enthusiastic about Cardinal Kasper's successor, Msgr Kurt Koch (60).
He is is supposedly in opposition to the Princes of the Church, a pastor.
Also, he has no illusions about hostility to the Church -- especially in Switzerland:
"If he will be able to ward off the pressures of unteachable ecumenists, remains to be seen."
Father May holds it to be a first duty to diminish ecumenism.
Next time: abyssal opposition desperate the Church from the Protestants.
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