Faithful Cardinal Implores Pope

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 •  •  June 1, 2021   

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Cardinal Müller: "The truths of God will make us free."

In the publication of First Things on Monday, Cdl. Gerhard Müller is calling on the successor of St. Peter to take action before it's too late.

Pope Francis: "It also has great significance on you personally."

This, because the German bishops, as part of their so-called synodal way, allowed priests to bless sodomitic same-sex couples despite the Vatican's clear prohibition in March. The Church's doctrinal office then insisted that God — through His Church — cannot bless sin.

Anchor: "God does not and cannot bless sin."

Citing the Old and New Testaments, as well as Aquinas and Vatican II's Lumen Gentium, Müller called such pseudo-blessing "blasphemy."

Müller: "Homosexual unions have nothing to do with matrimony, and therefore a blessing is not possible."

German bishops also disobeyed the authority of Christ earlier this month by offering intercommunion services to non-Catholics. Müller warns the remnant in Germany, after 500 years of division, is adopting what he calls a "gnostic view" of human nature — one that contradicts Scripture, Tradition and reason.

"What we are witnessing," says Müller, "is the heretical denial of the Catholic faith in the sacrament of marriage and the denial of the anthropological truth that the difference between men and women expresses God's will in creation."

Matthew Bunson:

What the synodal path is very likely to do — with the real encouragement of the central committee of the Catholic German synodal process — is to encourage Catholics here in the United States who want progressive changes, who want to unravel Church teaching in a host of different ways. We're talking about human sexuality, we're talking about authority in the Church, the ordination of women ... ."

A couple American bishops are also raising their voices in admonition.

San Francisco's Salvatore Cordileone Thursday lauded Denver's Samuel Aquila who slammed Germany's synodal way as untenable with Church teaching.

As Church Militant reported in March, Germany's bishops are not only on the brink of what Martin Luther did in 1517, but also are following the footsteps of those who rejected Humanae Vitae in 1968.

Both events did unimaginable damage to the Church.

Joe Biden: "It's always been in the direction of inclusiveness."

Cardinal Müller knows the grave ramifications that could happen when bishops, the successors of the Apostles, are the very ones causing the division.

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