Leave Your Gift, Bishop Fellay

SSPX: We can be Cafeteria Catholics too!

If they were talking about admitting divorced and remarried believers, I bet this unification would be nipped in its bud.

Bishop Fellay:

So the attitude of the official church is what changed; we did not. We were not the ones who asked for an agreement; the pope is the one who wants to recognize us.

I suspect the Holy Father was having a Matthew 5:23 moment. The person who is sought out in reconciliation is, according the Gospel, the one who has committed the wrong.

 

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Todd and his family live in Ames, Iowa. He serves a Catholic parish of both Iowa State students and town residents.
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One Response to Leave Your Gift, Bishop Fellay

  1. Jimmy Mac says:

    The pope is an old man – even older than Margaret Farley – and is therefore entitled to make a few disasterous judgements.

    Chasing SSPX will be one of his many disasterous judgements.

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