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Wednesday, June 15, 2016
|The Pope Speaks for Himself When it Comes to Argentina|
(Rome) Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi SJ clarified that in connection with relations of the Pope to Argentina that Francis "speaks for himself" and needs "no speakers and interpreters." The reason is that there are different voices and interpretations surrounding the political relationship of the Pope to his homeland who have led to controversy in recent months. Several people tried to act and interpret themselves as the "authentic" disposition on behalf of the Pope.
The clarification of the Vatican spokesman was carried out in an interview with the Argentine radio station FM Milenium. The daily La Nacion reported about it on June 11. The clarification can be read to the effect that Pope Francis quite is disposed in other areas through interpreters and the press secretary says, but this is only true for relations with Argentina. Father Lombardi himself interpreted papal statements in the same interview papal on other topics.
Pope Francis said on the flight back from Lesbos, himself, to a journalist on the question whether the Post-Synodal Letter Amoris Laetitia will change the content of Church practice and doctrine: "I could say now: Yes, and period." Instead, the head of the Church directed, as regards the authentic interpretation of Amoris laetitia, that he had commissioned the Archbishop of Vienna, Cardinal Christoph Schönborn with the official presentation of the letter in Rome.
Apart from the official Vatican spokesman Father Federico Lombardi SJ, who himself makes known, however, that he has only limited access to the Pope and to have information, there is mainly Father Antonio Spadaro SJ, Editor of the Roman Jesuit journal La Civilta Cattolica, indirectly, the journalist Andrea Tornielli and especially the atheist doyen of leftist journalism and Masonic tradition, Eugenio Scalfari, as semi-official Pope spokesman. Previously, there have been no comparable denials that Pope Francis "speaks for himself" and needs no "speaker" and "interpreter."
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: La Nacion (Screenshot)
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Friday, April 15, 2016
Ambiguities of "Amoris Laetitia" bring Archbishop of Madrid to embarrassment
"New Style of the Magisterium" not divided into "good" and "bad"
"Tactical finesse" of the Pope?
The question is shifted to 130 Episcopal Conferences and 3,000 Dioceses
Friday, March 11, 2016
|Tom Cook With Pope Francis|
"The economy, which kills"
Rendezvous at the Vatican with lush donation
"Nature and technocracy"
Light spectacle Fiat Lux - A gift from the World Bank
Protest by African Cardinals prevents audience for Bill Gates
Monday, January 18, 2016
Schönborn's Leftist Wormtongue, Fr. Paul Zulehner, Recommends Self-Censoring of the Hemorrhaging in Church Membership
The wave of departures continue unabated
The Schönborn-Church with its devotion to the political left deals mainly with the business of Muslim immigration. Repulsive example is the convert and Caritas CEO Fr. Michael Landau, who was implanted by Fr. Helmut Schüller into the troupe of Schönborn apparatchiks.
In return, the Conciliar Church under Schönborn has massively neglected taking care of the Catholics, rather he's offended them by his political agitation (for example, in the period just before the local elections in Vienna, holding a press photo-op with the socialist mayor of Vienna Michael Häupl).
Mass Departures Under Schönborn
Since Schönborn took over the Vienna Archdiocese, approximately 300,000 Catholics from the church-tax church have departed: in 2015 there were, according to official Church statistics (presented on 12 January 2016) 16,103 people leaving, in 2014 15,897 Catholics have turned their backs on Schönborn, while in the previous year (2013) it was 15,889.
The house sycophants of Kathpress have downplayed that with the strengthening wave of continued exits, "the number of Catholics in Austria [had] remained broadly stable" - "only" 56,365 departures?
The Nazi Church-tax Revenues Are Still Rising
In 2015 the Church had revenues from the church-tax in the amount of 435 million EUR, 8 million EUR more than the year before. As long as the money (the Church-tax) is in order then the Church-tax apparatchiks are satisfied. Even in Vienna the revenues from the Church tax have risen despite the loss 1.2 million euros because of departures.
Proselytizing the nadir
The factor that is primarily responsible for the defections, is the current Church policy of conciliar emasculation which also leads to a decline of proselytizing.
The protestations of Schönborn's spokesman Michael Prüller, that a focal point in Vienna must be missionary, are empty words: The re-entry numbers are negligible, as are activities also. In addition, the Conciliar Church has no missionary efforts among the heretics. [At least not in Austria]
In fact, the missionary must begin with the Vienna clergy and church officials: A replacement of at least half of the functionaries would be necessary, in Schönborn's immediate circle, a complete overhaul would be a perfect asset for the Church.
Schönborn's leftist wormtongues and
the instructions for self-delusion
Of particular usefulness is the statement by the religion sociologist Paul Zulehner (one those mainly responsible for departures), one should expect the numbers leaving to be small. His "very pragmatic Tip", which he has given to the left at Cologne Domradio in July 2015:
- "We now figure we are 100 percent different from when we came from a time when religion was fate. In the future, we should rather turn the tables and say we expect from zero percent up, and could then say, oh, it's interesting, in many European countries so many people are very committed Christians. It's almost a miracle that people dial in to the freedom of the gospel. We need to 'benchmark,' as it were, change, and not from the top down but from the bottom up. Then we would also stop this whining about the departures. "
Already in 2009, Erich Leitenberger, the former spokesman of the Archdiocese of Vienna, tried to gloss over the numbers of departures by pointing out "that the official number is yet difficult to estimate since the group of 'underground Catholics' should be added" - well that did not change the continuing progressive Development.
The Haze of Mercy in the Decaying of Faith
The Church is "reaping" the undiminished fruits of failing faith and is even more so unwilling under the current Pope to rethink, stressing the need to reflect the beliefs: The haze of mercy currently existent in Rome does not help against the decay of faith.