Not to worry, Francis will see this plan to the end and the hermeneutics of continuity between Benedict XVI & himself will persist without interruption.
By the way Francis has his problems with grace too, recall his comments that if ‘one is in a state of grace...one is in a state of sin.’
Fantastic. Hopefully some "elder brothers in faith" are invited to this party. And how about the cause for St. Martin Luther?ReplyDelete
That's what's called a Bergoglian Default. He will, by default be meeting Rabbis, if he's doing nothing else.Delete
They will probably not talk about Luther's book "On the Jews and their lies"ReplyDelete
Or Luther's belief that Jesus fornicate with the woman at the well.Delete
Precursor to 'Blah, blah, blah', dual popenesses. Vatican City marking time.ReplyDelete
"The heresies of Benedict XVI" YouTube.comReplyDelete
Wow; Luther had questions about God.ReplyDelete
Who knew? He was a most remarkable man, wasn't he?
Of course every sentient being has that question and, back in the day, the One True Holy Roman Catholic and Apostolic Church gave the questioners the answers.
No answers just ceaseless claims of "shared" similarities.
Let's try that ecumenical approach omg another area of existence;
Did you know that the lungs of a man are comprised of about 83% of water while pears are comprised of about 84% of water and when you consider that a man has a pair of lungs, that really makes you stop and think just how much man is like a fruit in God's creation.
Fr.Roy Randolph said "If Luther had remained Catholic till his death,he may have been canonized.Delete
Sadly his mind and soul took a deadly heretical turn and he died an apostate."
Luther wrote a beautiful short letter about the holiness and special exalted status of the Blessed Mother while he was an active Roman Catholic priest.