Monday, October 26, 2015

Pope Loses to Bishops on Gay Sex, Wins Small Victory on Divorce

A lot of people believe papal infallibility means the Pope is always right. In reality, it is a very narrow power used in doctrinal disputes or relating to things such as the canonization of saints. On many issues, including anything outside of the realm of theology such as science and economics, the Pope is quite fallible.

After the latest synod, the butthurt Pope called the bishops meanies because they opposed him on homosexuality: Pope, ending synod, excoriates bishops with 'closed hearts'. He did win a change on divorce though:
The document spoke of a so-called "internal forum" in which a priest or a bishop may work with a Catholic who has divorced and remarried to decide jointly, privately and on a case-by-case basis if he or she can be fully re-integrated.

"In order for this happen, the necessary conditions of humility, discretion, love for the Church and her teachings must be guaranteed in a sincere search for God's will," the document said.
Of course this "internal forum" will turn into a rubber stamp because Progressivism is not Christianity. The progs have breached the gates of the Vatican.

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