The Pillar this morning provides a link to a scholarly paper by German dissidents who think that there is no problem with their schism as long as the rest of the Church goes along with them and their brilliant logic and way of seeing things. It reminds me of a sort of dictatorship from this group in Germany, who knows very well how one dictator there try to perfect what he thought was a broken world, but imposing his vision in an authoritarian and dictatorial way, utopian ideology gone insane.
I am coming to the conclusion that the Church, meaning the true Church of all the ecumenical councils and popes, not just those who think the Second Vatican Council and the current pope can trump all that came before, needs to allow those who want to go another way to let them go and sink or swim.
Tell them though, when they separate themselves from the Church Jesus founded, they risk their eternal salvation. If they want to take this risk, let them go! Press the word argue for their brilliant analysis:
Sigrid Grabmeier and Christian Weisner argue that “warnings that the German Synodal Way endangers the unity of the universal Church are … not very convincing.”