Francis confirms: Chapter VIII of Amoris Laetitia commands sacrilege. “There are no other interpretations.”

VOX pretty much sums it up. A group of Argentine bishops issued written guidelines on the implementation of AL, specifically around the notorious Chapter VIII and the obvious plan to open the sacraments to those who persist in a state of unrepentant mortal sin. There are links to side by side translations over at Vox. Here is a taste:

“When the concrete circumstances of a couple make it feasible…it is possible to propose that they make the effort of living in continence…In other, more complex circumstances, and when it is not possible to obtain a declaration of nullity, the aforementioned option may not, in fact, be feasible. Nonetheless, it is equally possible to undertake a journey of discernment. If one arrives at the recognition that, in a particular case, there are limitations that diminish responsibility and culpability (cf. 301-302), particularly when a person judges that he would fall into a subsequent fault by damaging the children of the new union, Amoris Laetitia opens up the possibility of access to the sacraments of Reconciliation and the Eucharist (cf. notes 336 and 351).”

So if you can’t obtain a declaration of nullity, because your first marriage was indeed valid, you can discern your way out of that by fornicating with your adulteress and then using the children to gain access to the Eucharist. Got it?
If you need a refresher on the troublesome paragraphs in Chapter VIII and the OBVIOUS intent to change doctrine via diabolical footnotes which are absolute lies, start HERE and HERE and HERE.
Back to the instruction of the Argentine bishops.  Francis then issued a letter in response, which has also been made public.  Vox has the link. Here’s all you need to know:

“The document is very good and completely explains the meaning of chapter VIII of Amoris Laetitia. There are no other interpretations.”

Not a mistranslation, not taken out of context, not ambiguous, not possible to be reconciled with traditional Church teaching. You wanted clarity, right?
This is a battle for the very survival of the Church. Priests will be faced with forced sacrilege in the name of false mercy. The Body of Christ will be commingled with mortal sin by command of His Bride.
What will it be like when the Eucharist is profaned in every hour of every day, all over the world?
I think it will be rather like this:

When therefore you shall see the abomination of desolation, which was spoken of by Daniel the prophet, standing in the holy place: he that readeth let him understand. Matt  24:15
…and the wicked shall deal wickedly, and none of the wicked shall understand, but the learned shall understand. And from the time when the continual sacrifice shall be taken away, and the abomination unto desolation shall be set up, there shall be a thousand two hundred ninety days. Dan 12:10-11


7 thoughts on “Francis confirms: Chapter VIII of Amoris Laetitia commands sacrilege. “There are no other interpretations.””

  1. A Priest who feels he MUST follow this heresy, is either afraid of the consequences of standing for the Truth of our
    One Holy & Catholic Apostolic Faith of all time,
    or he may just not care anymore.
    Just listen and look at his examples in Rome or
    his weak Bishops who allow all of this to get worse and worse.

  2. Francis is now ‘out of the closet’. ……….COMPLETELY. Anyone who still clings to the notion that: ‘He’s being misinterpreted’, or ‘He’s suffering from dementia’, or ‘He doesn’t know any better’, is so deep in their denial, I’m not sure they’ll ever see it for what it is. He has been CRYSTAL CLEAR now in expressing his heresy. The Bishops will now have to deal with him, but sadly, I don’t have much hope for that happening. They are either of the same mindset, or they lack the courage to fight for Christ’s One Holy Catholic Church. I think it’s going to be up to the laity of the Church to do what they can.

  3. When the Pope picks a fight with the Holy Ghost, I believe it is incumbent upon the rest of the hierarchy to choose a side.

  4. I grew up in the Church of Christ Protestantish group. I say Protestantish because theu reject faith alone and insist that baptism is essential to salvation (although also for believers only) and make a huge deal of the importance of communion (they say you lose your salvation yemporarily if you miss it on a Sunfay and don’t have a good reason like being sick, so this is like their version of being in mortal sin, for which they also have a form of confession). Anyway my point is there are two of them: one which rejects all divorce, and really does unlike what the RCC is doing; the other allows divorce for cases where the other spouse committed adultery and they tend to be very strict against those they interpret cannot prove it. So what the RCC is doing here shows Prots can manage this excommunication stuff better than the RCC, and without having a pope or hierarchy!

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