Skip to comments.Opus Dei Leader Says Filial Correction Signers ‘Attack the Pope’
Posted on 10/05/2017 6:04:21 PM PDT by marshmallow
October 4, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) An Opus Dei leader has denounced the signatories of a recently-published filial correction of Pope Francis regarding heresies propagated by the pontiff.
The orders Vicar General, its second-ranked prelate, accused the more than two hundred scholars and clergy who have signed the Correction of attack[ing] the pope and airing the Churchs dirty laundry in public.
Lamentably this isnt the first time in the history of the Church in recent years in which there are groups of people that attack the pope, some of whom, I imagine, with good intention, Monsenor Mariano Fazio told the Argentinean daily La Nacion in an interview published on September 29.
It seems to me that, on one hand, that its an example of the freedom of opinion that exists in the Church and that the pope respects, added Fazio. It seems to me on the other hand that its a completely erroneous method because, if were talking about a filial relationship, a child doesnt correct his father in public.
Any member of the faithful, bishop, cardinal, or layman, has the right to tell the Pope what he thinks for the good of the Church, but it seems to me that he doesnt have the right to do so publicly, and to scandalize the whole Church with these manifestations of disunity, Fazio said.
Opus Dei, meaning work of God, is an organization recognized by the Catholic Church that teaches that the ordinary life is a path to sanctity. It was founded in Spain in 1928 by priest and saint Josemaría Escrivá.
Asked about the adherence to the Correction of the Italian Opus Dei supernumerary Ettore Gotte Tedeschi, who formerly led the Vatican Bank, Fazio said, I regard him also as having made a mistake, like the rest of those who......
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Wow. This ain’t your father’s Opus Dei. I am shocked at this and some of the statements from SSPX regarding PF.
The private route was tried and fell on deaf ears. The Bible says the next step is a public rebuke. But Francis and his cronies aren’t big fans of the “outdated” Bible.
What statements from the SSPX surprise you?
One of their Bishops said something favorable about him this year. Hard to find it on my phone. My daughter is at Ave Maria in Naples
Airing dirty laundry in public aka transparency.
Funny thing, when the dirty laundry gets air, many of the parasites flee or go out of business.
Half the people who would favor a revolution are more interested in not rocking the boat.
Paul Rebukes Peter at Antioch
But when Peter came to Antioch, I opposed him in public, because he was clearly wrong.
Opus Dei is playing the long game.
Just my guess.
The Catholic Church has become the Democrat Party....those who speak truth are castigate for “mean spirited attacks on their own”.....