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' tumultuous pontificate. Interestingly, the phrase "paradigm shift" was used by the Apostolic Vicar of Southern Arabia during the recent #UAE
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Yesterday afternoon, shortly after CFN’s report on Bishop Athanasius Schneider’s new statement was published, news broke that Cardinal Gerhard Müller, former Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), has also released a statement—a “Manifesto of Faith” (full text below, courtesy of LifeSiteNews)—in response to what he calls “growing confusion about the doctrine of the Faith”. The cardinal states that he was prompted to make this “public testimony about the truth of revelation” by the requests of “many bishops, priests, religious and lay people of the Catholic Church”.
As reported by LifeSiteNews, Cardinal Müller originally planned to release his manifesto on Feb. 10, the eve of the sixth anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation announcement and eve of Müller’s 41st anniversary of priestly ordination, but apparently a Polish website leaked the document ahead of schedule, forcing an earlier release date.
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Although there is no explicit reference to the “Human Fraternity” document signed by Pope Francis early this week (Feb. 4), it is likely that Cardinal Müller’s manifesto is partially in response to that scandalous text, which promotes religious indifferentism. The manifesto also clearly addresses Amoris Laetitia, a document which is already the object of a thorough theological critique as well as the primary subject of the Correctio Filialis. Concerning “divorced and civilly remarried persons, whose sacramental marriage exists before God,” the cardinal states that they “are not disposed to receive the Holy Eucharist fruitfully (CCC 1457), because it does not bring them to salvation.”
Regardless of Cardinal Müller’s precise intentions, his manifesto will surely be interpreted by Pope Francis as a rebuke, which will likely result in some form of retaliation by the Dictator Pope against Müller (perhaps he will join Archbishop Viganò in hiding).
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Tragically, however, the cardinal still seems blind to the fact that Francis is a product of...
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