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Posted on 03/02/2017 12:12:34 PM PST by ebb tide
"Drafts Part XI: ecumenical project that demolishes the Parish and the sacraments" of Fra Cristoforo
This draft is really terrifying. As we had already anticipated in the first "Spiffero" ( https://anonimidellacroce.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/spifferi-da-santa-marta-sullintercomunione-di-fra-cristoforo/ ), there is a private commission, made by Catholics, Lutherans and Anglicans, who is working to change the Mass.
Already this is a terrible thing. Touching the Eucharist, touches all the heart of the Church. An ecumenical Mass, which will be called "holy memory," not will have more as the center of the consecration of the Eucharist, that only validly ordained priests have power to do, but it will have as its center-of course ecumenical unity.
Unfortunately, there's more. My source told me the following. Obviously the focus change is just the beginning.
The commission is working on DI "PARISH" TOTAL CHANGE OF CONCEPT.
This means that we will not have the parish as it is conceived now, but it will be an "ecumenical community." The concept of parish priest, parish house, (all concrete things founded and ordered by the Council of Trent) will no longer exist.
They're thinking about putting in charge of each "community" a team of "shepherds". Which can be both Catholics, Protestants and Anglicans. The reference figures, therefore, will no longer distinction. Plus of course they will be assisted by lay people.
It 'a total upheaval, which will create quite a stir and confusion. However, already in some realities you live this kind of "pastoral". For example, in Deventer, the Netherlands, several parishes already live this type of "ecumenism".
And the German Church is not lagging behind.
Even in the Sacrament of Penance there are works in progress. Anyone who wants can go to confession at least individually by Catholic priests.
But these ecumenical community will periodically "common penitential liturgies," which will only serve to give oneself a good conscience (their goodness), communally.
So who wants to be able to have the "pardon of the community", no need to confess privately.
These steps are all the study of the private commission. It is not clear yet when such changes will be operational. But from what will be the source tells me something soft. Meanwhile, some parishes will start to become "ecumenical community" experimentally (in Africa and Latin America). Following, then, every diocese in the world will have to adapt.
As you can see, there will be no need to "hold" a new council. Bergoglio will do it anyway. This is his intention, and that will try to do. So not only the change of the Mass (which is already very serious). But of the whole organizational structure of the Church.
Ecumenism. Any cost. And you do not think that the dissidents will be many. It 'true that all these changes will lead perhaps to a schism. But keep in mind one thing: the majority of the Catholic clergy will bend to the will of the Argentine Jesuit.
It will be a community to "LIVE THE PARISH PRIEST", as they say ... I know someone will remain perplexed. Strangely, though, after Fra Cristoforo public a draft, a few days later he has always public confirmation.
"I saw that many pastors they had become involved in ideas that were dangerous to the Church. They were building a big church, strange, and extravagant. Everyone had to be admitted in it to be united and have equal rights: Evangelicals, Catholics and seven of every denomination. So it had to be the new Church ... But God had other plans. " (April 22, 1823 - Blessed Catherine Emmerich)
Following, then, every diocese in the world will have to adapt.
So, is somebody gonna nail ANOTHER list to the door?
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