EWTN COMMENTATORS ADMIT THAT FRANCIS’ DOCUMENT, AMORIS LAETITIA, ALLOWS PEOPLE IN ADULTERY AND INVALID SECOND ‘MARRIAGES’ TO RECEIVE HOLY COMMUNION
This video from the heretics at EWTN is worth watching. Their comments and conclusions about Antipope Francis himself are, as one would expect, pathetically weak and indicative of their faithlessness. However, they are forced to acknowledge the basic truth about the content of Francis’ new document, Amoris Laetitia: i.e. it contains a new and revolutionary teaching on marriage and those in adultery. Indeed, Francis’ document attempts to overthrow all of Catholic Tradition and dogma on marriage, including the words of Jesus Christ Himself.
Mark 10:6-9- Jesus said: “But from the beginning of creation, God made them male and female. Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and hold fast to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh. So they are no longer two but one flesh. What therefore God has joined together, let not man put asunder.”
The fact that people at EWTN have been forced to make such admissions powerfully illustrates that Antipope Francis’ Amoris Laetitia constitutes notorious and revolutionary heresy of the highest order.
• The truth is that Francis’ document denies the indissolubility of marriage. It also denies that adultery is a mortal sin that excludes one from the state of grace; and it denies Catholic dogma that those in adultery may not receive Communion. But there’s no way around it: even if one argues that Francis does not deny the indissolubility of the ‘first marriage’, his assertion that people in adulterous ‘second marriages’ can be in the state of grace and may receive ‘Communion’ means that, according to him, adultery (i.e. the ‘irregular new second union’) is no longer a mortal sin or that a person can be in two marriages at the same time. No matter how one tries to explain his document, the conclusion is inescapable: Antipope Francis has officially, notoriously, and radically denied the entire history of Catholic teaching on marriage and the sins opposed to it. His sect is not Catholic.
• It’s also noteworthy that ‘Fr.’ Gerald Murray says that ‘Cardinal’ Schönborn, the one who officially presented Amoris Laetitia, admits that Amoris Laetitia allows sacraments to be given to those in adulterous invalid second ‘marriages’. Murray also admits that Francis’ document contains and endorses the Kasper proposal.
• Examples of the pathetic weakness and apostasy of the EWTN commentators is found in the fact that ‘Fr.’ Gerald Murray, despite acknowledging that Francis has opened the door to grave sin and sacrilege on a mass scale, still calls him “wonderful”. That alone proves that Murray is of the Devil and faithless. God abominates people like him, who call wicked people good. Likewise, the apostate Robert Royal, despite acknowledging numerous problematic aspects of the document and demonstrating that it constitutes a totally new and revolutionary situation, then attempts to deny that it is a new doctrine because, in his bad will, he wants to keep his hope in the Counter Church. With dishonest conclusions like those, one can see why God leaves such heretics in the darkness of the Counter Church: a sect that now, just like Protestant organizations, officially allows divorce and ‘remarriage’.
FRANCIS OPENLY ADMITS THAT HIS NEW TEACHING ALLOWS THOSE IN ADULTEROUS INVALID SECOND ‘MARRIAGES’ TO RECEIVE ‘COMMUNION’
As we covered in our recent post (Francis tweets to further confirm his revolutionary heresy on divorce and ‘remarriage’), Francis’ “apostolic exhortation”, Amoris Laetitia (The Joy of Love), formally teaches that people living in adultery and invalid ‘second marriages’ can be in the state of grace and may receive Holy Communion. Francis was recently asked about this in an interview. He responded by openly confirming that, yes, his new teaching does allow sacraments for the divorced and ‘remarried’.
• “Frank Rocca (Wall Street Journal): Thanks, Holy Father. I see that the questions on immigration that I had thought to ask you have been asked and answered by you very well. If you permit me, I’d like to ask you another question about an event of recent days, which was your apostolic exhortation. As you well know, there has been much discussion about on one of the many, I know that we’ve focused on this a lot…there has been much discussion after the publication. Some sustain that nothing has changed with respect to the discipline that regulates access to the sacraments for the divorced and remarried, that the Law, the pastoral praxis and obviously the doctrine remain the same. Others sustain that much has changed and that there are new openings and possibilities. For a Catholic who wants to know: are there new, concrete possibilities that didn’t exist before the publication of the exhortation or not?
• Pope Francis: I can say yes, period.” (catholicnewsagency.com)
This is our original post with some key quotes from Francis’ heretical document, Amoris Laetitia.