Open disobedience of pro-LGBT RC clergy follows 50 years of not preaching the gospel

May 8, 2021 by

by Gabrielle Kuby, LifeSite:

The rebellion of hundreds of priests and theologians against the Responsum from the Congregation of Faith concerning the blessing of homosexual couples may be a watershed, at least for the Catholic Church in Germany.

There is a saying: “When the cat is away, the mice will play.” The problem is that the waterfall of the Holy Spirit within the Church from Jesus to the Apostles to the Holy Father to the bishops to the priests to the laity is seriously and strategically blocked.

The open act of disobedience of the LGBTIQ-lobby within the clergy is the outcome of fifty years of not preaching and teaching the unchangeable message of the gospel concerning love, marriage, and sexuality with regard to the aim of the human pilgrimage: eternal life. What has been underground for decades is now an open manifestation of the high percentage of men with same-sex attraction within the clergy and their powerful networks within the hierarchy in Germany, in many other countries, and in Rome. The German rebellion — not the first one — is grist to the mill of so-called progressives around the world. It is a progression into the darkness of a world without the light of truth.

The Synodal Path has been designed by Cardinal Reinhard Marx and the lay-organization Zentralkomitee der deutschen Katholiken (Central Committee of German Catholics). Both chronically suffer from the “anti-Roman affect.” In an interview with the Jesuit magazine America in 2015, Cardinal Marx spoke of “new opportunities” under the pontificate of Pope Francis and the “historical moment to step forward in the church and be part of the history of the church.”

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See also:

German Catholic Priests Defy Pope Francis With Public Blessings of Gay Couples, by Francis X Rocca, Wall Street Journal

Major Catholic study challenges Church’s teaching on gay relationshipsby Sarah MacDonald, Belfast Telegraph


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