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Friday, August 28, 2015

The Pope’s Archbishop Calls for Openness to Non-Traditional Families

Written by  James Cunningham
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This today from CNSNews.com: "In a sermon on August 23, Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich called for Catholics to be open to “new avenues of creativity” when it comes to non-traditional families. The remarks were made during a ceremony where Cupich received a pallium, a wool stole that symbolizes a connection to the pope. READ ARTICLE HERE

REMNANT COMMENT: The Pope's Archbishop of Chicago has been hard at work setting the stage for the Pope Francis Part II "Synod on the Family", and I think we need to understand just what is happening here.  Just who are they who view the Church's traditions "too narrowly"?

In a sermon on August 23, Chicago Archbishop Blase Cupich called for Catholics to be open to “new avenues of creativity” when it comes to non-traditional families.  (aka divorced and remarried civilly and sodomite unions)

I hope we all can figure out just what that means, not make dumb excuses; and then he went on:

In his homily Cupich praised Pope Francis: “His service is needed lest we begin to treat the church’s tradition too narrowly and forget the history of our faith and the treasures we have.

I don't think it is much of  stretch to say that Archbishop Cupich is the Pope's Archbishop when it comes to supporting the acceptance of those in serious mortal sin to further exacerbate their sacrilege and receive Our Lord unworthily.  Is this what the Pope and his Cardinal Theologian Kasper call Mercy; ensuring those in mortal sin a permanent place in Hell?  

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