Thursday, September 15, 2011

Berlin's Archbishop Defends the SSPX Against Politician

Archbishop Woelki

Germany. Archbishop Rainer Maria Woelki of Berlin has defended the SSPX against the Bundestag-homo, Comrade Volker Beck. 'Katholische Nachrichtenagentur' reported on this. The bugged out Comrade had slandered the Society as a "hardcore anti-Semitic and anti-Democratic Sect". In reality the father of the founder of the Society was murdered by Germans like Volker Beck in the Second World War. Msgr Woelki believes that the talks with the SSPX are important. The unity of the Church is a high priority for the Church. It doesn't mean that the Pope identifies with the views of all of the members individual statements. The homosexually disturbed Beck may apparently criticize the Pope: "would that there was more differentiation and less polemics, would be adequate," said the Archbishop.

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Meanwhile, the SSPX are considering legal action against Beck, although the complaint will likely rest on some of the principles the SSPX is supposed to be fighting against, like pluralism, for example.

Correction:  sometimes with all the homosexuals running Germany, including the Mayor of Berlin, it gets confusing to say nothing of disconcerting.

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