Showing posts with label Bishop Walter Mixa. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Bishop Walter Mixa. Show all posts

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

"Rebel Pastor" Bernard Kroll Will be the President of the Catholic Workers' Movement of Eichstät

On the 10th Anniversary of His Betrayal of Christ
[Bild: kreuz-net/Archiv]
"Rebel priest" Bernhard Kroll is Programme Director of Pastoral Workers of the Diocese of Eichstätt Kroll was rightly suspended because of prohibited participation in a Protestant communion with the "Ecumenical" Church Day in Berlin by Bishop Mixa. Now he is promised a management function.


"Ecumenism" - A Plague of [Bad] Advice

Driven mainly by Protestants and Leftist "Catholics" as a hobby, "ecumenism" has as its primary purpose to enfeeble, and to pull down Roman Catholic values ​​and beliefs to Protestants level.

To date, it is certainly not known if Protestants are coming to the Catholic Church. The former cult director and current ambassador of the Reformation, Margot Käßmann, who drank her way out of her former office, expects a "positive signal for ecumenism", quite the opposite for the Luther celebration in 2017.

At the same time it is clear: "The divisive - Papacy, Marian devotion, theological understandings of the official Church and the Eucharist - will remain of course."

In other words: the Catholic Church is to move towards heresy after example of the Protestants.

Abusers Lord's Supper

In connection with the "Ecumenical" Church Day in May 2003, in Berlin, he cooperated in celebrating Eucharist with the later banned, Emeritus Theology Professor Gotthold Hasenhüttl, in the Gethsemane Lutheran Church and Fr. Bernhard Kroll, pastor in Franconia Großhabersdorf, had used members of the Protestant cult as lackeys.

Out of sheer greed for public acclaim, he was also filmed here.

Fr. Gotthold Hasenhüttl celebrated Holy Mass in a Lutheran church. For supper he invited everyone present explicitly - Catholics, heretics and infidels.

Hw. Hasenhüttl described in an interview with the anti-Catholic polemic journal "The Mirror", the Papal encyclicals - like those of Pope John Paul II, with which it is clearly presented by the Holy Father that Catholics attending the Protestant type of the "Eucharist" is forbidden - as a "contribution to the discussion by the Pope".

Premeditation

Fr. Kroll continued the compare the celebration of Holy Communion in the Church of the presence of God as the same as a mere memorial by Protestants.

Fr. Kroll knows that the participation of a Catholic priest in vestments in a Protestant wine tasting with bread is forbidden.

But that did not bother him.

On the contrary, he had even accepted the action taken, even expected sanctions by the Church - "but at most with a warning, or a leave of absence."

Proper response of Bishop Mixa

Instead, the then Bishop Walter Mixa had done the right thing: He suspended Fr. Kroll a few days later, prohibiting any celebration of the Eucharist and relieved him of his duties as President of the Diocesan Catholic Youth Community (KJG). The official website of the Diocese of Eichstätt euphemistically describes it ten years later (release: July 8, 2013) with, "In the fall of 2003, he resigned [Fr. Kroll, Editor's note] his pastorate and began further studies."

Church from Below

Then the supposedly Catholic associations of de facto Protestants as "We Are Church" attempted to stage a peasant revolt. In a leaflet of the anti-Roman "Church People's Movement" ("We Are Church") you availed the mobilization effect and asked the recipients "for their generous (tax-deductible) donation - of course for themselves.

Bishop Mixa was fortunately committed in his objectively well-founded decision.

But he also receives unintentional praise from "We are Church": "Walter Mixa, Bishop of Eichstätt, for whom the Pope is a welcome guest, who had already made known his unwavering loyalty to the Roman doctrine on the assumption of office."

Support was received for Mixa from his Excellency Meisner, Archbishop of Cologne and Catholic associations like the "Network Catholic Priests": "Kroll is a further indication of the theological and pastoral nadir of German Catholicism."

However, the network of Catholic priests wished even a punishment of unfair practices in the Eucharist even when they are not attacked in the media.

Press Conference by Fr. Kroll

He had been shocked, is what Fr. Kroll reported. Apparently not enough, at a press conference given after his disciplining he shows himself obstinate and refers to previous misdeeds, "church services, weddings and baptisms along with evangelical colleagues are common in my community. The time was ripe to go a step further. I would probably not do it again in this way."

Commendation by Bishop Gregor Maria Hanke on the 10-year anniversary of the suspension

Almost exactly ten years later the incumbent Bishop of Eichstätt Hanke promoted Fr. Kroll, to the order to the diocesan president of the Catholic Workers Movement (KAB). He replaces vicar Michael Konecny, who is now translated to the parish of Buxheim.

Even before that (early 2008) had his Excellency had appointed Kroll as city youth minister in Ingolstadt - how aptly he could convey his Protestant views of equality to the youth right here.

Bishops Promote Anti-Rome Clergy

The new office is to begin for "rebel priest" on the 1st of September, 2013, coinciding with the disobedience Pastor Strohmaier in St. Veit am Vogau in southern Styria.

But that the episcopate also conveys that it is behind the anti-Rome movement or at least approves of this.

Link to kreuz.net...


Editor: Bishop Walter Mixa was one of the few German Bishops trying to get it right, and he was trammeled and dismissed over very weak allegations of physically abusing his students.  He was "helped" along by the decadent Cardinals Marx and Zollitsch.  Clearly, he was replaced by a very evil Bishop.

Monday, June 21, 2010

Telegraph Makes Unfounded Accusation Against Bishop Mixa

The UK Newspaper joins attacks on Bishop Mixa of Augsburg. Although the news story contains no new information, it claims that there is a new round of accusations against him while he waits at his mansion for the decision on his resignation.

What is becoming increasingly clear is that Archbishop Zollitsch and Bishop Marx have stepped out of their way to feed him to the wolves. One thing this story is really showing up is how things are shaping up in the Church as Liberal Prelates become increasingly aggressive against Catholic Prelates, using the press corp as an effective bludgeon to destroy the credibility of the Church and the ongoing reform.

Meanwhile, the Vatican has agreed to cooperate with Italian authorities regarding the charges of corruption against one of its Cardinals. Sounds like this was the reason behind the Carabineri (Italian Federal Police) evesdropping "accidentally" on the Pope's phone conversations as reported earlier this Month. Speaking of scandal, wasn't it Damian Thompson who said the other day that we needed an outside to clean up the Italian dominated curia? The cleanup may well go on without the Australian Cardinal Pell who was said by various sources last week to have been bypassed for promotion to the powerful Congregation of Bishops owing to a smear campaign against him.

Link to Telegraph...

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

German Bishop Blames Abandonment of Moral Theology for Sex Abuse Crisis


This is one of the finest and most aggressive explanations of this difficult discussion we've ever seen and finally makes clear what we're up against: Liberals are responsible, not the Church. This is just absolutely stellar thinking on the part of the Augsburg prelate. It's in recognizing in him a true shepherd that we realize our unworthiness as the penitential season begins.

The current imbroglio of homosexual abuses became possible on a large scale only after the break with Church moral teachings at the end of the 60s -- explained the Bishop of Augsburg.

[Augsburg kreuz.net] "sexual abuse of persons under age is unfortunately a common social evil, which arises in various manifestations from the family to the school or to the sports club."

Bishop Walter Mixa of Augsburg in the interview with the regional newspaper 'Augsburg General Zeitung".

The Monsignor also carefully identified the causes of homosexual abuses: "The so-called sexual revolution, in whose process by particularly progressive moral critics as well as its legalization is not innocent of the charge that it demanded sexual contacts between adults and persons under age."

In the last decades the media would have advanced an increasing sexualization of the public, promote "the previously limited abnormal sexual inclinations".

Holy Church Full of Sinnners

Homosexual abuse by a clergyman is something the bishop describes as a "particularly horrible crime."

The authors sin against themselves and the souls of their victims, and they also sin against the Church.

The Bishop points out that Catholics have already injured laws and rules established since the beginning of the church and abused them in their own atrocities.

Monsignor Mixa did not exclude that therefore "in the church some responsible person was too naive in the past in relation to sexual crimes with children and young people and moved someone in the vain hope that the culprits would improve themselves in a different position in a wholly unauthorized way:

"Responsible parties in the Church are possibly also influenced by the Zeitgeist, which itself in the area of Criminal Law employed "Resocialization" in the place of punishment."


The "Spiegel" -- Lie has flown

Bishop Mixa criticized also the anti-Catholic periodical "Spiegel", without naming it:

"In some media there is an unspoken rule, to characterize child abuse automatically as a Church problem."

Since 1995 there have been in Germany around 210,000 criminally registered cases of child abuse.

The number of cases applicable to Church institutions occupy an infinitesimally small number of individuals per thousand.

That in no way diminish the damage, but should really put the facts and relationships in their proper light"

Has nothing to do with Celibacy

Monsignor responded on celibacy and he said that it has to do with the homosexual abuses of young people but "nothing at all to do with celibacy".

"One of the prominent experts for abuse in Germany, Hans Ludwig Kröber, does not see any note that for example that celibate teachers are more frequent paedophiles than other teachers."

Bishop Mixa got straight that the completely majority part of the homosexual abuses are committed "by married men, often closely related to the victims."

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© picture: Bischöfliche Pressestelle diocese Augsburg
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