Monday, October 1, 2018

Münster Bishop Will Not Ordain Catholic Priests


 

The Münster Bishop Felix Genn rejects "traditionalist candidates for the priesthood"

Münster (kath.net) The Münster Bishop Felix Genn rejects "traditionalist candidates for the priesthood.” This is being reported by German media, who quoted Genn with the following sentence: "I can tell you decidedly: I do not want to consecrate pre-conciliar clerical types and will not consecrate them." Genn last made the criticism in August. At that time he was criticized by a pastor because Genn attached himself to the "musulmans". The decay of theChurch  in the diocese of Münster is complete, everyone can see this. Nevertheless Bishop Felix Genn says, “completely unrealistically: 'Islamization is certainly not taking place,’" Emmerich Pastor Paul Spätling wrote in his open letter to the Bishop of Münster.

Spätling apparently criticized an exhibition in Münster Cathedral with 14 artists on the subject of peace. In addition, above the entrance portal of the cathedral in neon letters is an Arabic lettering with the greeting "as-salamu 'alaikum"(God's peace be with you). The pastor criticized this with the words: "One no longer greets Christians with Dominus vobiscum, but the musulms with as-salam-alaikum. Why not immediately with Allah alu akbar?.”

Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com
AMDG

11 comments:

John F. Kennedy said...

"Why not immediately with Allah alu akbar?.”

Give it a little bit more time.

Anonymous said...

This puts the bishopless fssp in a very interesting position.
+lefebvre 1988 proven more right every day.

Anonymous said...

Not only that, anon12.43. This ICR is supposed to promote sacred chants of the Tridentine Mass, of many saints' feast day, some uncommon ones, probably taken from the 1961 Liber Usualis. It even has a message of St. Pius X's 1903 tra le sollecitudini on its website. Yet when it comes to the feast day of pope St. Pius X, the arch-enemy of Modernism, it is not published. It tells a lot about these so-called traditional groups who have the Modernist Vatican's blessing to say the Tridentine Mass, to have the bells and smells. But when it comes to the crunch, they are forbidden to advertise pope St. Pius X, it is taboo. Check out the holy pope's feast day, which falls on 3rd of September, but is absent on the site. http://www.institute-christ-king.org/latin-mass-resources/sacred-music/

Anonymous said...

Anon 1:40, I believe St. Pius X Feast Day is August 21 since he died Aug20, 1914.

Trad101 said...

Anon 2:44, St. Pius X untimely death at the start of WWI is now almost forgotten even by informed Catholics. His death at such a critical time should have raised suspicions, it was just too convenient for the 'powers that be'. Murder is a definite possibility, perhaps there exists some documentary evidence hidden in obscure state archives, perhaps within the Vatican itself.

Anonymous said...

I know what you mean, anon 2.44. :)

Fred said...

I had to read the headline twice. I thought it said "MONSTER Bishop." But then it could have been referring to hundreds or even thousands of bishops.

Peter W said...

Some historians argue that the Catholic Church is still attempting to repair the devastating effects of Pius X's pontificate. He had little or no sense of the Church's vocation to evangelize the secular domain from the inside and he certainly had no grasp of St Anselm's notion of 'Fides quaerens intellectum.' He was a dullard and a catastrophe.

One the very worst of his policies was to reduce the age of first confession for children. This got the paedophiles in a frenzy. After having spent hundreds of years abusing young women in the confession, sexual abusive priests could now turn their attention to the most vulnerable of all. The Catholic Church will take centuries to recover from this and maybe the hierarchy will never recover credibility and/or moral authority.

Tancred said...

Which historian is that, Blessed Rembert Weakland SOB?

Anonymous said...

Merci, Tancred. Peter W's comment is so shocking I don't know what to say.

Tancred said...

He makes a lot of unsubstantiated claims. I don’t like some of the Pian reforms, like reducing the age of first communion and attempting to make everyone daily communicants by lowering the bar on discipline was another in a line of bad precedents.

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