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Pope Francis Accused Of Promoting Heresy

September 24, 2017

A group of 62 Catholic clergy and scholars are accusing Pope Francis of propagating hersey. The 25-page document, known as a Correctio Filialis, or Filial Correction, details 7 reasons why the Pontiff may be in error for his statements about marriage, the sacraments and on how to live a moral life in general. The last time such a document was written to a Pope was in 1333 against Pope John XXII. So it is not exactly a common occurrence. While the group is not questioning the Pope′s infalibility, they do question positions he has taken. The focus of their argument resides in the passages of the Amoris Laetitia issued by Pope Francis in 2016. The group claims that in this proclamation, the Pope ″wishes Catholics to interpret these passages in a way that is, in fact, heretical.″

 

 

 

It should be noted that this group of scholars are not accusing Pope Francis formally of heresy. They state that it is not their place to judge him of the ″sin of heresy″. The document issued by the group mostly questions the Pope on matters of divorced Catholics, including their status in The Church as well as receiving various sacraments. After publishing the Amoris Laetitia, a number of Cardinals and Bishops raised issues about it and requested clarification. So far, the Pope has yet to satisfy these requests.

 

While this may seem to be much ado about nothing, the fact remains that the Catholic Church is one of the largest religions in the world. The Church has usually taken a hard stance on the subject of divorced Catholics, particularly on their access to the sacraments, such as Holy Communion. Inconsistency in how to interpret Catholic dogma on the subject has been something the Church has struggled with for decades.

 

So will this new document questioning whether or not Pope Francis is propagating heresy amount to anything? If you are a member of the Catholic Church, it may mean a lot. Especially for those Catholics who are divorced, or living in ways outside of what many see as normal. The ′Correctio Filialis′ is a weighty matter for scholars to argue over. You may find reading it yourself helpful in deciding whether or not the Pontiff is a heretic? Many traditional Catholics are already irritated that they suspect Pope Francis of being a Marxist, promoting Liberation Theology.

 

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"on matters of divorced Catholics"

The issue is not divorcred Catholics per se, but divorced Catholics who have remarried (outside the Church) without having their previous marriage nullified.

They need to rectify their violation of the sacrament of Marriage before gaining access to any other sacrament.



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