Monday, May 9, 2016

Archbishop Bruno Forte Reveals the Trickery of "Amoris Laetitia"

Archbishop Forte Implementing 
(Rome) The Special Secretary of the double-Synod of Bishops on the family of 2014 and 2015, Archbishop Bruno Forte, reveals the background detail about Amoris Laetitia and the "Jesuit" mentality of the Pope. The Archbishop, who is counted among the Pope's confidants, the Apostolic Exhortation was Amoris Laetitia,  provides a better understanding of its actual intention.
Archbishop Forte has presented Amoris Laetitia in his diocese of Chieti-Vasto in Abruzzo, Italy. For this the archdiocese was invited to the Teatro Rossetti of Vasto. The presentation  followed, according to the Vatican recommendations to all diocesan bishops. In attendance was the Head of the Family Pastoral Department of the Diocese, Don Nicola Del Bianco, a married couple and the Archbishop, as the issue was reported by Vasto

The Message of Amoris Laetitia : "Do not judge"

Archbishop Forte spoke at length about the "crisis of the family", whose causes he accounted for the "lack of work, housing problems, migratory phenomena and physical and human misery". Pope Francis did address this  with the Apostolic Letter Amoris Laetitia. Its message: "Do not judge, but look upon all with the look of mercy, but without sacrificing the truth of God. It's easy to say, this family has failed ', but hard to help, so they do not fail." No one should "feel excluded from the Church."
Amoris Laetitia proclaima "no new doctrine, but a compassionate use of the old wine ', which - as we know - is always the best," says Monsignor Forte.
This would naturally have "practical" implications in the area of ​​"direct"  paths set for  "pastoral and ecclesial communion". In this context, Archbishop Forte revealed previously unknown details of the Synod of Bishops and its "impact."

"Typical of a Jesuit:" Therefore, we do not talk directly about it ... "

Archbishop Forte in Teatro Rossetti

Specifically, the archbishop recounted an episode in which Pope Francis said to him:
"If we explicitly speak of communion for remarried divorcees, who knows what they are then going to get, a casino [commotion]? We therefore do not talk directly about it. Make it so that the premises are given, which get the conclusions I prefer. "
This was "typical of a Jesuit", as Archbishop Forte jokingly added, and praised the "wisdom" of the Pope's  statement  that it was allowed to reach Amoris Laetitia.

"A Fraud"

Msgr. Forte had revealed "a fraud" on the other hand, said Secretum meum mihi . Archbishop Forte was already  one of the "leading anti-Catholic voices" at the Synod. He wrote the controversial interim report of the Synod of Bishops in 2014 favorable to homosexuality.
Archbishop Forte has with his revelation, "given an insight into the mentality of the Pope."  The question of whether remarried divorcees may receive Communion was made ​​with the Pope's approval of Cardinal Walter Kasper in February 2014 when the actual topic of the Synod of Bishops was decided. Archbishop Forte has now revealed the tactics, not to speak, because of internal church opposition to the weakening of the marriage sacrament, of the admission to communion, but to implement it in practice. That is not only "anti-Catholic" in fact, but also a "fraud", said Secretum meum mihi .
The video released on Youtube of the presentation by Archbishop Forte has now been removed.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: (Screenshot)
Trans: Tancred


Anonymous said...

Pope Francis is destroying what's left of the Catholic Church after Vatican II.

Anonymous said...

The same old hat: the Modernist tactic of deception and the veil of mercy and compassion to get their perfidious agenda through. It was the same at the Vatican Council, which was politicized to the extent that one can calmly doubt whether it was a true council of the Catholic Church. No wonder the manly and orthodox Marcel Lefebvre, among only a few others, "accused the Council." Were it not for his catholic and manly actions, not one of us would have the traditional mass. There are traditionalists who refuse to ackowledge what justice demands; but by now we should have learned the bitter lesson about "traditionalist" ingratitude. Edmund

Anonymous said...

And yet he still is being proven to have been right all along.

Anonymous said...

He probably didn't mean to reveal as much as he did, or paint the Pope and his underlings who developed and produced Amoria Laetitiae in a bad light, but this little admission of Forte has done nothing but paint Francis and his advisors (including Forte) as a bunch of crafty, manipulative, deceitful, underhanded people. They are unfit for any office they hold....including that of Pope.
When that thunderbolt struck 2x the dome of St. Peter's on the night Benedict XVI resigned (and a friend of our family who is a professor at Penn State said to strike 2x in the same place is just about impossible), many have taken that event, and the photo of a sign that Satan and his evil has truly entered the Catholic Church. The devil got in thru a few cracks at Vatican II, but the door is wide open for him, and he is welcomed in by Francis and his cohorts.
Damian Malliapalli

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Unknown said...

So in the view of these "internet scholars", if a woman is in an abusive relationship with her husband, she has no recourse except to 1) stay with the man, or 2) cut herself off from her Catholic faith. Sounds more like Islam than Catholicism.

Tancred said...