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Death Penalty: Cardinal Schönborn Blames John Paul II

During a homily for the feast of Most Holy Name of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Cathedral of Vienna (September 15), the gay activist Christoph Schönborn who also happens to be a Cardinal, started talking about the death penalty.

Schönborn alleged that the death penalty "contradicts human dignity” – although God orders it in the Bible. Then he justified Francis’ decision to “change” the Catechism of the Catholic Church regarding the death penalty.

He even mystified that Francis through this decision “at last fulfilled a deep wish of Pope John Paul II" [as if John Paul II could not have done this by himself if he had wanted it].

Schönborn was the editorial secretary of the Catechism prepared under Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger.

Picture: Christoph Schönborn, #newsMoyoinzljm
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That's right: Wojtyla thought in those terms. Bergoglio does not go far from Wojtyla: the two have taught what is not Catholic.
"How many times has the renewal of the Church been brought about in blood!" -preferably that of the godless, if there's a choice.
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Pope John Paul II, while still Cardinal Wojtyla, prophesied the rise of the AntiChurch in his message in Philadelphia, on the occasion of the bicentennial anniversary of American Independence, 1976:

"We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through. I do not think that wide circles of American society or wide circles of the Christian community …More
Pope John Paul II, while still Cardinal Wojtyla, prophesied the rise of the AntiChurch in his message in Philadelphia, on the occasion of the bicentennial anniversary of American Independence, 1976:

"We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical confrontation humanity has gone through. I do not think that wide circles of American society or wide circles of the Christian community realize this fully. We are now facing the final confrontation between the Church and the anti-Church, of the Gospel versus the anti-Gospel.
We must be prepared to undergo great trials in the not-too-distant future; trials that will require us to be ready to give up even our lives, and a total gift of self to Christ and for Christ. Through your prayers and mine, it is possible to alleviate this tribulation, but it is no longer possible to avert it. . . .How many times has the renewal of the Church been brought about in blood! It will not be different this time."
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Hi, @Tesa, I have always had this quote as something important. I don't know if you are aware of other citations of the last several popes, at least, since Pius X, who said that these are the final times and that it wouldn't be surprising if the antichrist were walking around, because of the great evils that were afflicting humanity: 1905, before communism, the world wars, the war on terror, …More
Hi, @Tesa, I have always had this quote as something important. I don't know if you are aware of other citations of the last several popes, at least, since Pius X, who said that these are the final times and that it wouldn't be surprising if the antichrist were walking around, because of the great evils that were afflicting humanity: 1905, before communism, the world wars, the war on terror, the drugs explosion, the demise of the family. There have been many, but one by Pius XII is very telling; he said, after WWII, in 1947, that humanity is at the edge of a freightening precipice... It's hard, but not disheartenning, on the contrary: prophecy strengthens the Faith, confirms it and, so, gives us hope when it is fullfilled: God, the One that was nailed to a Cross for us, is in control and doesn't forsake us!!!!!!!!
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HERETIC! PERVERT!
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