Today is the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi, and on this feast in 2023 “Pope Francis” kicks off his sinnod on sin. Expect lots of accompaniment, false mercy, and snuggling with sodomy. All of it grounded in a totally false notion of an evolving human nature, in an evolving culture, which demands evolving doctrine. Not just evolving doctrine, but the reversing of doctrine, as has already been inserted into the catechism on the death penalty, as if that were possible. You will hear that the Commandments were meant as mere ideals, that man can’t possibly achieve. You will hear that you can be your own judge, and decide for yourself that your lifestyle is pleasing to God, even if you choose to live in objective mortal sin. You will hear things like “nowadays,” and “it can no longer be said that…” As if God can change. “I AM the LORD, and I change not” -Malachi 3:6.
Take heart, it is NOT a true pope attempting to do this, it is an enemy. A usurper antipope, and raging apostate from the faith. Hope and pray that the outcome of the sinnod helps more people correct their base premise.
I wrote the following (or rather, I merely cut and paste) seven years ago in the wake of the release of Amoris, which was ghostwritten by Tucho, now Cardinal prefect of the DDF (CDF), who also wrote the so called response to the recent dubia, and who will also write whatever comes out of the sinnod (it is probably already written). There is nothing new under the sun. All of this has already been condemned. Enjoy.
AL vs Trent – compare and contrast
The Canons And Decrees Of The Council Of Trent
SESSION THE SIXTH
13 January 1547
DECREE CONCERNING JUSTIFICATION
CHAPTER IX–AGAINST THE VAIN CONFIDENCE OF HERETICS
But, although it be necessary to believe that sins neither are remitted, nor ever have been remitted, save freely, by the divine mercy for Christ’s sake; yet is it not to be said, that sins are forgiven, or have been forgiven, to any one who boasts of his confidence and certainty of the remission of his sins, and rests on that alone; since it may exist, yea, does in our time exist, among heretics and schismatics; and with great earnestness is this confidence, vain, and remote from all piety, preached up in opposition to the Catholic Church…
CHAPTER XI–ON THE KEEPING OF THE COMMANDMENTS, AND ON THE NECESSITY AND POSSIBILITY THEREOF.
But no one, how much soever justified, ought to think himself free from the observance of the commandments; no one ought to make use of that rash saying, prohibited by the fathers under an anathema; that the commandments of God are impossible for one that is justified to observe. For God commands not impossibilities, but, by commanding, admonishes thee both to do what thou art able, and to pray for what thou art not able, and aids thee that thou mayest be able; whose commandments are not grievous; whose yoke is sweet and whose burden light…
CHAPTER XV –THAT, BY EVERY MORTAL SIN, GRACE IS LOST, BUT NOT FAITH
In opposition also to the cunning wits of certain men, who, by good works and fair speeches, deceive the hearts of the innocent, it is to be maintained, that the received grace of justification is lost, not only by infidelity, in which even faith itself is lost, but also by any other mortal sin soever, though faith be not lost; thereby defending the doctrine of the divine law, which excludes from the kingdom of God not only the unbelieving, but also the faithful who are fornicators, adulterers, effeminate, abusers of themselves with mankind, thieves, covetous, drunkards, revilers, extortioners, and all others who commit deadly sins; from which, with the help of divine grace, they are able to refrain, and on account of which they are separated from the grace of Christ.
CANON XII. If any one shall say, that justifying faith is nought else but confidence in the divine mercy which remits sins for Christ’s sake; or that it is this confidence alone by which we are justified; let him be anathema.
CANON XIV. If any one shall say, that man is absolved from his sins and justified, because he assuredly believed himself to be absolved and justified… let him be anathema.
CANON XVIII. If any one shall say, that the commandments of God are, even for a man that is justified and constituted in grace, impossible to keep; let him be anathema.
CANON XIX. If any one shall say that nothing besides faith is commanded in the Gospel; that other things are indifferent, neither commanded nor prohibited, but free; or, that the ten commandments in nowise appertain to Christians; let him be anathema.
CANON XX. If any one shall say, that a man who is justified and how perfect soever, is not bound to the observance of the commandments of God and of the Church, but only to believe; as if, forsooth, the Gospel were a bore and absolute promise of eternal life, without the condition of observation of the commandments; let him be anathema.
CANON XXI. If any one shall say, that Christ Jesus was given of God unto men, as a redeemer, in whom they should I trust, and not also as a legislator, whom they should obey; let him be anathema.
Time for choosing, boys and girls. Which Church do YOU belong to? This one here was founded by Jesus Christ.
It’s worth fighting for.