Headline News Around the World
- New Remnant E-BOOK: The Mosque of Notre Dame Posted on: Monday, January 23, 2017
- A NEW BOOK BY MSGR. FENTON: One of America's Greatest Theologians Posted on: Sunday, January 22, 2017
- Pro-Abortion Advocate Paul Ehrlich to Speak at Vatican Conference Posted on: Saturday, January 14, 2017
- Edward Peters Nails It: What About Canon 915? Posted on: Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Let’s talk about Germany for a few minutes, and see if we can get a little perspective, shall we? People are talking about the national guilt complex for the Nazi period that is being heavily exploited by the left, and is, let’s face it, the entire justification for the current German collective national suicide. Simply put, children are taught in Germany that theirs is a country that deserves to die.
Leftist politicians openly call anyone a “Nazi” who disagrees with any jot or tittle of their ideology.
(Nope, not making it up.)
The question of the day focuses on whether Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love) evokes scandal – and whether fraternal correction of Pope Francis is an option.
The question of the day focuses on scandal – not heresy. That being said, keep in mind what Edward Peters, a prominent Canon Lawyer, wrote on December 16, 2016:
“No one in a position of ecclesial responsibility—not the Four Cardinals posing dubia, not Grisez & Finnis cautioning about misuses, and not the 45 Catholics appealing to the College, among others—has, despite the bizarre accusations made about some of them, accused Pope Francis of being a heretic or of teaching heresy. While many are concerned for the clarity of various Church teachings in the wake of some of Francis’ writings and comments, and while some of these concerns do involve matters of faith and morals, no responsible voice in the Church has, I repeat, accused Pope Francis of holding or teaching heresy.”
What is Amoris Laetitia? It is a post-synodal apostolic exhortation (The Joy of Love) given by Pope Francis on March 19, 2016.