Monday, November 28, 2016

Lavender Bishop of San Diego Implements Bergoglio's Agenda

SAN DIEGO, California, November 28, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — San Diego Bishop Robert McElroy is calling on his city's priests to embrace "LGBT families," and to allow divorced and remarried Catholics to receive Communion in certain cases.
Following a much-hyped diocesan synod on the family last month, Bishop McElroy encouraged priests to publish a diocesan notice in their bulletins saying the Church will "assist those who are divorced and remarried and cannot receive an annulment to utilize the internal forum of conscience in order to discern if God is calling them to return to the Eucharist." 
"The Synod proposed a spirituality of family life which is deeply inclusive," and embraces "LBGT families," the statement went on to say. "During the coming months Bishop McElroy will be working with a committee of synod delegates who will focus on the implementation of these goals."


Liam Ronan said...

Ah! The old infernal forum.

PaxTecum57 said...

Of course God is calling the divorced and remarried to return to the Eucharist. But on God's terms not the modernist heretics terms. They must amend their lives and make a Sacramental Confession and then they can return to Holy Communion. Bergolio will not answer the four Cardinals because it is his intention that those living in mortal sin receive Communion. Bishop Schneider said recently that the worst heresy of today is the Anti-Christ. He made direct reference to Bergoglio.

Anonymous said...

There won't be anything left of his diocese when this clown is thru.
Nor of the Church itself when Bergoglio is thru.hopefully either dead, retired or thrown out in 2017.
I just copied the below from another site. It has confirmed what I thought has happened since Bergoglio and his crew took over in 2013. tHE TOTALS GIVEN ARE FOR the latest year they had...2014. i am sure that now, two years later, it's much worse. Isn't it amazing though, that the reaction to Bergoglio/Francis has in actuality with regards to the vital signs of the Catholic Faith...been overwhelmingly negative!. Here's the text:
"The current pontificate has coincided with a worldwide decline in major seminary enrollments. After many years of small but steady annual increases in the number of major seminarians during the reigns of John Paul II and Benedict XVI, the numbers slightly dipped in 2012 then went down more steeply in 2013 and 2014. To be more precise: at the end of 2011 there were 120,616 major seminarians. This went down to 120,051 by end of 2012, 118,251 by end of 2013, and 116,319 by end of 2014 (the latest for which statistics are available). If the experience of the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires is any indication, and if Francis manages to impose something of his vision on the actual process of priestly formation all over the world, we are convinced that we will see a collapse in vocations far greater than that which has already transpired in the first years of his pontificate"
If I guess correctly, it should be down for 2016 around 4,000+ from 2014. I hope Francis is gone in 2017!
Damian Malliapalli.

James said...

Unless Pope Francis dies very soon and the next pope surprises us to rapidly turn out to be another St. Pius X, we are all pretty much screwed.

John Fisher said...

Those living in sin cannot receive Communion. St Paul is very clear about this. Our Lord is clear divorce followed by remarriage is wrong. N only do we have his words on marriage but his pointing out to the Samaritan women he knows of her divorces and living with a man she is not married to. He points out her sins.

Anonymous said...

The Greek Orthodox Church, despite it's own problems, looks very good compared to the Catholic Church of Bergoglio et al.
There's another Catholic site which is basically a site for tourists to Rome, which has been on the web for years. It is mildly critical of Bergoglio, but doesn't come out and say so.
It posted a photo of Paul VI carried on the Sedia Gestatoria. He was about 75 in the photo, wearing the "contemporary" vestments he ushered into the Papacy after Vatican II, but he was in the Sedia, and people around him were cheering. Despite all his multitude of mistakes as Pope, he had basically good instincts but allowed himself to be guided by evil men...Bugnini etc.
Underneath the photo, which also showed Cardinals in cappa magna, and some (not all) nuns in old habits was the caption "MISS ME YET??"
Yes, I think we do.
Damian Malliapalli

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Anonymous said...

I would rather be a sedevacantist, than a Pope Francis style Catholic.
Damian Malliapalli

Anonymous said...

As someone who is Greek Orthodox (though with one Catholic parent), I can say that even though the GOC has its issues, the "problems" within Orthodoxy are like an ant compared to the problems within Catholicism

Anonymous said...

The Roman Catholic Church is just fine.
Google "Sedevacantism"