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Cardinal Kasper’s incredible anti-Catholic beliefs October 14, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Basics, disaster, disconcerting, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, Society, SOD, the return.

My wife sent me the following over the weekend.  Unfortunately, during this most critical of weeks for faithful Catholics, my work would naturally be crazy.  So, I haven’t had much time to blog.  I’ve had zero until now, today.  Please consider in the following, for those who are wont to go apoplectic over such things, simply quoting a source should not be taken as an endorsement – or a denouncement- of that source.  It simply is what it is, a handy resource that contains much information on the man “driving” this Synod, or, at least, serving as the implement of another, higher authority.  Find below, courtesy of the SSPX, some of Cardinal Kasper’s more egregious errors and, yes, even heresies (I pick a few highlights, or lowlights, you can read the entire panoply of ugliness at the link):

In his book Introduction to the Faith, he opines that dogmas can “be thoroughly one-sided, superficial, obstinate, dumb and rash.”

In his study Jesus der Christus he writes with regard to accounts of miracles in the New Testament:

From a literary-critical standpoint, we can observe the tendency to heighten the importance of, exaggerate and multiply miracles…. Thus the material of the miraculous accounts is substantially reduced. [Perfect representative of modernist sentiment, which is really just new age Gnosticism and Arianism – Christ was just a man, “secret” knowledge available only to the elites is necessary for “salvation,” you have to have 10 years of post-doctoral work in theology to even begin to “understand” (re: twist unto meaninglessness) doctrine, miracles are impossible, etc., etc]

About the oldest Gospel account of the Resurrection of Christ (Mk 16:1-8), he comments: “that these are not historical features, but rather stylistic devices that are meant to grab attention and create suspense.”[7] Not only faith in the resurrection of the Lord but the whole Christological dogma is dissolved by Kasper. He writes:

According to the synoptic Gospels Jesus never designates himself the Son of God. Consequently the Son of God himself is clearly proved to be a profession of faith by the Church [Because Christ was just a super-duper man, arguing for social justice and the first revolutionary, right, comrade?!?]

In another passage he says: “Therefore he probably called himself neither Messiah nor servant or Son of God, and probably not Son of man, either.”[9] The dogma that Jesus “is fully man and fully God” is “something that can be overhauled.” [Straight up unequivocal heresy.  The fact that Kasper has never had to retract this statement is a sign of the glaring failure of ecclesiastical discipline.  See, there is NO Dogma these guys won’t touch, even though the definition of Jesus Christ as fully man and fully God, the Second Person of the Blessed Trinity, is something the Church fought and struggled over for more than two centuries.  Several Ecumenical Councils, numerous popes, and an unspeakable number of Saints and Fathers all attested to Christ’s dual nature as God and man.  There is probably no more clearly defined DOGMA in the entire catalogue of Church belief.  Simply incredible.  As I said, this poor sick lost infinitely egotistical creature is nothing but a modernist, and an exceedingly well developed instance of the breed]

The previous comments were from various of Cardinal Kasper’s books.  The following comes from his tirade before the consistory in February of this year:

We find ourselves today in a situation similar to that of the last Council, when they discussed the question of ecumenism or religious liberty. Then, too, there were encyclicals and decisions of the Holy Office that seemed to block the way forward. Nevertheless, without questioning the binding dogmatic tradition, the Council opened doors. [Ahem.  Which perhaps says much more than the Cardinal intended to say.]

This is really just a very small selection of many of Cardinal Kasper’s amazingly destructive beliefs.  How this man was made bishop and then a cardinal is simply beyond me.  But such is the state of the Church today.

All you really need to know about Cardinal Kasper is this: this man is Hans Kung’s best, most promising protege’.  And I must wonder, given the manifest and declared heresies of Kung, would one not think that his best student would have absorbed no small part of his errors?  How can it be, then, that this man – retired, too (we see once again the liberals break their own rules when it serves their interests) – is the intellectual lodestar of this Synod?  It is his ideas that are discussed, his errors that are being challenged, his disastrous proposals that must be fought.  And yet, we are told that his theology is “serene.”

Please.  This “serene” man has waged an unprecedented PR campaign over the past two months, attacking and calumniating opponents – men of far better faith and good will than him – left and right.  That is “serene?”  That is “theology that comes from time spent on the knees?”

Something tells me that Cardinal Kasper does not have callouses on his knees like Saint Anne and some others have had.  But who am I to judge?


1. TLM - October 14, 2014

Cardinal Kasper is an apostate of the highest magnitude. By all rights he should expediently be excommunicated. A wolf in sheep’s clothing minus the clothing! He is an outright wolf that isn’t even hiding underneath the veneer of righteousness. He’s just a plain ol wolf. Satan is at this point so bold that he feels no need to hide anything anymore due to the almost complete collapse of morals world wide.

Do look at the article about Cardinal Burke and his statements about the deplorable ‘ratio’. Life Site News has it I believe. We desperately need to be hearing from more Cardinals in defense of true Catholicism. He calls on the Pope to make a statement in this defense, saying it’s ‘long overdue’ but I’m afraid it may be ‘in our dreams’. To say these times are critical in our Church doesn’t even begin to describe the situation.

LOL….should have been a huge red flag when President Obama practically gushed over Pope Francis. They have a few things in common.

TLM - October 14, 2014

ooops, I meant ‘relatio’ not ‘ratio’, not that people wouldn’t know what I was referring to but….

Tantumblogo - October 14, 2014

I got it, bra.

2. cg - October 14, 2014

Reblogged this on Catholic Glasses.

3. Baseballmom - October 14, 2014

Of course we must pray for Kasper’s conversion, even if he comes to the Faith at the 11th hour… And pray for the poor souls who are being damaged by this apostate. Oops…. Am I judging??????

Dismas - October 14, 2014

I certainly hope you are not. I’m pretty sure that will be the only sin out there pretty soon.

4. Steve from Long Island - October 14, 2014

I too have been sick over these heretics and their free reign at this sin nod. As I sat here at my desk earlier today, I spent some time in on-line adoration (Savior.org). I was prompted (?) to open my Bible. I just opened it to a page and my eyes were drawn to this: “For first of all I hear that when you come together in the church, there are schisms among you; and in part I believe it. For there must be also heresies: that they also, who are approved, may be made manifest to you.” (Saint Paul’s First Epistle to the Corinthians 11, 18-19).

Perhaps this is what we need to remember. I watched Cardinal Burke’s interview with EWTN on Sunday and saw that we have a champion who is not hiding in the shadows and who will call out these heretics and their stupidities by name. Perhaps he and the few others like him are approved and being made manifest to us

By the way, the quote immediately precedes Saint Paul’s admonitions about eating and drinking the body and blood of Jesus worthily, and those who do so unworthily will eat and drink judgment upon themselves, not discerning the body of the Lord. That also is poignant regarding the sin nod and “mercifully” allowing those in unrepentant and unabsolved mortal sin to receive the Blessed Sacrament.

For me, these words gave me much needed comfort and an inner calm as I’ve gone through the day dwelling on this. They will be with me as I continue to watch this train wreck and I will speak those words whenever I must, which I anticipate will be often, in the coming years. If people want to ignore the words of Saint Paul and fearlessly adhere to dopes like the unsaintly, although “serene”, Kasper, then I can do nothing more than tell them and let them discover ultimately how merciful the Lord actually is when they stand before Him and have to tell Him how Kasper knew better than Him and His Saints.

Baseballmom - October 15, 2014

Thank you, very re-assuring post, much appreciated.

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