Both the Neo-Catholic World and certain Traditionalists are in shock this morning after reading that the German bishops will allow Protestant spouses of Catholics to receive Holy Communion.
As National Catholic Register reporter, Edward Pentin, writes:
At their spring conference in Ingolstadt, the German bishops’ conference agreed that a Protestant partner of a Catholic can receive the Eucharist after having made a “serious examination” of conscience with a priest or another person with pastoral responsibilities, “affirms the faith of the Catholic Church,” wishes to end “serious spiritual distress,” and has a “longing to satisfy a hunger for the Eucharist.”
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Long in the making under the Vatican Secretary of State’s policy of Ostpolitik—the Vatican’s diplomatic accommodation of communist regimes, which begin with Vatican II’s shameful silence on the evils of Communism—the Vatican-engineered destruction of the visible Catholic Church in China appears to be entering its final stage. Bergoglio, who has never uttered a critical word against communist or socialist dictator but freely declares that Trump is “not a Christian” if he builds a border wall, seems determined to finish the job already begun during the reign of John Paul II under the administration of Cardinal Angelo Sodano. Sodano is the same corrupt bureaucrat who was covering up the Father Maciel scandal at the same time he was trotted out as the Oracle of Fatima concerning a ludicrous “interpretation” of the Third Secret we are supposed to believe Our Lady imparted to the Church as a riddle to be solved by him.
Sr. Marie and St. Therese, two Carmelites who loved this devotion
Editor's Note: Remnant Tours will travel through France after the 2018 Chartres Pentecost Pilgrimage, and will wrap up with two nights in Fatima. En route, the pilgrims--led by Father Gregory Pendergraft, Dr. John Rao, Christopher Ferrara and yours truly--will visit Tours, France, which is birthplace of the well-known Catholic devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus.
Here during the 1840s, a young Carmelite nun called Sister Marie of St. Peter, received a series of revelations from Our Lord about a powerful devotion He wished to establish worldwide - the devotion to His Holy Face.