Thursday, September 21, 2017

Correction to Amoris Laetitua Imminent

Edit: who will the other signatories be?

Anonimi della Croce wrote on September 16 that Cardinal Raymond Burke disclosed in a private setting during the recent Congress on Summorum Pontificum in Rome, that a "correction" of the controversial Amoris Laetitia is imminent.


It will not openly confront Francis but will take the form of letter or document signed by Cardinal Burke and other prelates, who in a magisterial way will correct those parts of Amoris Laetitia that contradict the Catholic Faith.

AMDG

12 comments:

  1. If the correction does finally see the light of day but only as a written document, perhaps the bishops of Germany, Malta and Argentina could have a collection and pay for a new front door for Casa Santa Marta...one without a letterbox.

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  2. I would support the version of Cardinal Burke, the other Cardinals and Bishops who sign....not Francis.

    Now if only there could be some momentum to get Francis to resign. That would be a miracle, and fantastic.
    Damian Malliapalli

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    1. Ray won't do anything that will remotely jeopardise his laity funded free ride, poncing around like a drag queen and muttering unctuous twaddle.
      Ray is a cloyingly precious freeloader and a monumental coward to boot. To demonstrate, he's now playing the misunderstood victim game. No wonder the dullard got the boot from La Crosse, St Louis and the Signatura. He’s yesterday’s tired old Tart in a Cappa.

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    2. And the darkness did not comprehend it.

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  5. "It will not openly confront Francis"....you will never lose money betting on the spinelessness of the hierarchy.

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  6. Cdl Burke has been yakking & yakking about a correction. What joke, correcting the document without ruffling the Argentine bird of paradise's rainbow plumes!
    The world is coming to an end! When? ...

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  7. The letter of 'correction by some Cardinals will only add to the confusion already rampant in the Church. There needs to be an official and direct confrontation to this antipope who is rampaging destructively through the Church. it will not come. St. Athanasius endured excommunication when he stood up to heresy. what prelate today will endure that? the cardinals hold their red hats very close to their hearts. Is it closer than the /REvelation of Jesus? Wed will see in due time.

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  9. Pope francis is malicious but most of all... a profoundly ignorant, poorly read, man.

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  10. Any "correction" will, likely, prove meaningless.

    Jorge is a dictator/thug/mobster more than anything.


    Karl

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