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Friday, February 3, 2017

MALTA NEWS: Catholics Condemn Document on Communion for Public Adulterers (Sign Petition)

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On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, Veri Catholici, the International Association of Catholics for the Defense of the Faith against the Errors of Cardinal Kasper, published in the Times of Malta Newspaper, on p. 29, an Open Letter to the Bishops of Malta and Gozo regarding their recent pastoral document, in which they have openly approved of communion for those living in public sin.

The actual text of the Open Letter is as follows, in jpg format, for proof the advertisement was published in the Times of Malta, and if you visit the Veri Catholic website you can add your name to a petition HERE

REMNANT COMMENT: It goes without saying that we at The Remnant enthusiastically endorse this initiative.

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