Pope Francis rejects Cardinal Marx' resignation: 'Continue as Archbishop of Munich'
Pope Francis rejects the resignation of Cardinal Reinhard Marx as Archbishop of Munich. “Thank you for your Christian courage, which does not fear to be humbled before the reality of sin,” the Pope writes to the Cardinal. “Taking up the crisis, personally and communally, is the only fruitful path.”
LOL - Christian courage? Compare Cardinal Pell's courage to Cardinal Marx's. What bilge. Just a case of one leftist lauding another leftist
The political theater continues.
Sadly, it does come across to me as political theater too. Why ask the good Cardinal to publish his resignation or make it public, which Pope Francis did only to then reject the resignation. Oh my is all I can write.
For English linguists, sorry about the split infinitive.
Oh the poor poor German Church will continue to dwindle to just about nothing.
Everyone is shocked, right?
The only shocking thing would be for Mueller, Sarah, and Pell to be recalled.
Archbishop Viganò, who is one of the most outspoken living critics of Vatican II, has traced today’s scandalous offenses against the faith committed by high-ranking clergy to Vatican II, saying that “the present crisis is the metastasis of the conciliar cancer.”
No surprises here. Fr McDonald has it right. The kabuki dance here is more than transparent. This reinforces my notion that HFPF does NOT see the German church as being in schism. He sees it as a useful tool/means to an end. HFPF endorses the direction the German church is taking. The Germans are doing what HFPF wants to do but can't, from Rome. In "rehabilitating Marx" he is approving of his and the other schismatic bishops approach and will achieve the end he wants via the back door. There is no doubt now.
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