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Modernist faction at Synod plans seeks to define sin out of existence August 17, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, different religion, disaster, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, paganism, rank stupidity, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, SOD, the struggle for the Church.

File this post under: know thy enemy

After reading the article below, it is radically apparent to me – as it has been for a very long time – that modernists still openly seek the total destruction of the Church and its disappearance from the lives of men, for redefining sin out of existence is to obliterate the very reason the Church was created.  And yet the leftist-modernist faction at the Synod of Death most certainly seeks to obliterate the concept of sin (my emphasis and comments):

the campaign to promote Cardinal Walter Kasper’s proposal to allow the reception of Holy Communion by divorced and remarried Catholics simply prompted by misguided but understandable sympathy, or is it motivated by something more sinister and revolutionary? Thepublication of the proceedings of the “Study Day on Pastoral Practice concerning Marriage and the Family,” organized in Rome on May 25, 2015 by the presidents of the Bishops’ Conferences of Germany, France, and Switzerland reveals that the agenda of the Kasper proposal proponents is about a lot more than reminding people in adulterous unions that God loves them. The real issue, to put it bluntly, is the redefinition of sin. Adultery is just one of the targeted subjects; homosexuality also looms large.

One of the presenters, Alain Thomasset, S.J., is vexed by the idea that some acts are intrinsically evil: “The interpretation of the doctrine of acts called ‘intrinsically evil’ seems to me to be one of the fundamental sources of the present difficulties in the pastoral care of families, since it underlies to a great extent the condemnation of artificial contraception, of the sexual acts of the divorced and remarried and of homosexual couples, including stable ones. This appears to many as incomprehensible and seems pastorally counterproductive.” [These men are scandalized by Jesus Christ. They are scandalized by a Church that makes demands of people, at least on the “sacred” sexual sins.  Thomasset, Kasper, and their ilk firmly believe in so-called corporate sins, things antithetical to their leftist religion – ostensible environmental degradation, capitalist rapacity, lack of “tolerance,” “phariseeism,” etc.  These men want to replace the Catholic Faith with modernist/leftism, and always have. They obviously believe they have a unique opportunity to accomplish their life-long dream with the current pontificate, where maybe having some distant association with a mafioso draws direct papal condemnations but Planned Barrenhood’s sale of body parts from millions of aborted babies elicits crickets]

…….How can a Catholic theologian say this? [Ummm…..because he’s not Catholic, but a modernist-leftist?] He is contradicting the constant teaching of the Church on the objective evil of sin and the moral imputability of sinful acts. Sin has been redefined out of existence. Do whatever you want, and do not worry about outdated categories that produce guilty feelings. In fact, having guilty feelings is seen as evidence of the cruelty, and hence the falsity, of the Church’s moral doctrine. If you are made to feel guilty for doing what you want to do, then you have been robbed of freedom and are a victim of a dictatorial system. [And yet Jesus Christ Himself said that he came not to bring peace, but the sword, and that only those who suffered greatly by taking up their cross and following Him would be worthy of salvation]

……..For the innovators who reject that sure and certain teaching, the Church’s mission is about consolation, reassurance, affirmation. Salvation is not a question to be considered; it is presumed. [Perhaps. Or perhaps they are so atheistic as to no longer hold such prosaic beliefs as salvation, damnation, etc]The pressing urgency for the Church now is to justify people in violating what the Church has always taught to be binding in the realm of sexual morality. In this new approach, the guilty feelings and social stigma experienced by those once considered to be living in sin are obstacles to living in tranquil harmony with God and their fellow believers. The constant and unchanged moral teaching, not the sinner, is guilty of offending God. It must be changed. [That’s an excellent summary, but I have become increasingly convinced by studying the beliefs and behaviors of modernist-leftists for years that it is false to ascribe good motives, like finding a way to lead souls back to the Church, to their actions. Whether they will admit it or not, even to themselves, these men seek the destruction of the Church. They know this because the Church, under their leadership, has failed to hold any standard on these sexual sins in a pastoral sense for decades, and yet the Church has imploded in that time.  These men know all too well that obliterating the Church’s moral doctrine in the sexual arena will completely destroy Her credibility, and lead to the Church becoming the episcopalian sect, which is on its death bed. They are possessed of a reprobate sense and are dominated by satanic impulses.  They can no longer discern good and bad, right from wrong.  And if you need confirmation of that, read the following…..]

The “Study Day” proceedings conclude with an unsigned “Summary” of the discussions. The effort to redefine sin out of existence is plainly evident. We read:

The directive images of marriage and the family define an ethical point of reference of great importance whose different facets human beings can only gradually transform into reality. [This is total heresy, very nearly apostasy, because it basically denies Grace and makes living in accord with the moral law an all but unobtainable degree of perfection, something that is proven false by 2000 years of lived Christian experience. That beliefs so perverse could even be DEBATED at the highest levels of the Church shows how far the revolution is advanced and the depths of the crisis] From another angle this principle is important: he who loves lives a transcendental experience. Some aspects that must be considered as authentic testimonies of the love of God and of the action of the Spirit are to be found also in relations of love that do not apparently conform to the norms of the Church. [This is diabolically false.] We must look for God everywhere! In this context the importance of theological reflection on the “logoi spermatikoi” (seeds of the Word) was stressed. Faced with these structures of reality the Church is challenged to go beyond any form of un-nuanced reflection. [Satan loves shades of grey, right?]  In relation to the thematic of homosexuality a particular challenge is here posed to which we must respond in our reflection. [The unspeakable abuse of another person by sodomizing them can never, ever be “loving.”  And relations between those drawn to these perverse lusts are essentially never, ever exclusive or “monogamous.”  They are unstable and perverse by definition. So every justification posited for rationalizing the “normalization” of this sin that cries out to Heaven for vengeance is false.]

The Church that fails to uphold the moral law, especially in the area of sexual sins, is a Church that has no reason to exist.  Look at the mainline sects and see how they have imploded over just this abrogation of the moral order with regard to the “groinal” issues.  Look at the Church’s own implosion since these sins have been swept under the rug and ignored in the vast majority of parishes and dioceses around the world for decades.  And look how the evangelical sects that still address sexual morality, if in a disordered manner, continue to grow.

I appreciate the priest-author’s analysis.  It’s very good. But I think we are well past the time where spades must be called spades. Anyone who promotes a moral theology so detached from and implacably hostile towards the Doctrine of the Faith and the true good of souls can not be given the sacred name “Catholic.”  They are heretics at best, most are total apostates, if they were remotely honest.  So what is happening at the Synod is not a discussion between Catholics of differing points of view but a defense of the Faith against an attack by diabolically motivated foreign elements.

Who needs a Redeemer when there is nothing from which to be redeemed?  Who needs a Church if everyone is saved?

There is only one possible result to the entire modernist-leftist experiment the Church has tolerated for far too long: cold death and total destruction.  Lord, how long until You are pleased to restore Your Church?


1. Dismas - August 17, 2015

Splitting hairs here, Tantum, so please forgive me. I know you get this part.

I would just say that these modernists, who certainly believe in a religion other than Catholicism, are really not interested in destroying the Church (as an institution.)

In fact, like any good virus, they want to preserve the Church in order to use it as a means to promote this neo-paganist religion of theirs.

What they must destroy, however, is Catholicism. Keep the Church and some of the trappings as a means of furthering the diabolic disorientation while utterly gutting it of anything other than the most superficial suggestions of anything Catholic.

They have had great success.

Tantumblogo - August 17, 2015

Very fair point. That may be their intent, but how much moral authority does the unitarian sect or the episcopalians have today? How many members? They may want the Church to survive in some form or fashion, but that doesn’t mean they’ll get their wish, understanding, of course, Christ’s promise that the He will be with us until the end of time. But that doesn’t mean the Curia, Rome, national episcopal conferences, etc., necessarily will be.

Dismas - August 17, 2015

Sure. It is part of their calculation that the Church will lose some membership, as it already has, but that is part of the price they must pay in order to inaugurate this foreign religion within what appears to be the Catholic Church. No big deal.

Where the Unitarians and the Foursquares had the good grace to leave the Church and set up their own little clubs, these neo-pagans have learned that they don’t have to leave. They just take the reins. They are no less heretical, they just refuse to do us the favor of leaving and instead ascend to the highest levels and canonize each other.

The “last line” to this sort of discussion is always Our Lord’s promise that He will be with the Church always – and He will. But many take that as an excuse to proceed to ignore the apostasy. I am by no means referring to you here, Tantum. This line can be a real productive-discussion stopper.

I think that if they have no moral authority with the approximately 1% of Catholics who identify as “Traditionalists” it is no issue at all for them. As long as the vast majority of those still attending their services imbue them with this authority and as long as they can purvey that illusion on the rest of the world, I think they are satisfied.

In the bigger picture, a “one-world-religion” is necessary in order to usher in the one-world-government we see unfolding. Could there be a better candidate for this role than the 2000-year old unique Christian Church? Like “Calvary Chapel” is going to suffice as a one-world religion. Better that church whose very name is “universal”, no?

Given the fawning of the leaders of the Church over the UN and all of the associated garbage since the Second Vatican Council, it is my strong suspicion that these things were discussed and plans were made decades ago. At least it is playing out as though such were the case.

2. Magdalen - August 18, 2015

The ‘spirit”=demonic spirit. We have had enough of the fallen spirits.

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