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Council Confirms: German Bishops Are Now Lapsed Catholics

By introducing Communion for Protestants seven German bishops have so far lapsed from the Faith. They have lost their episcopal authority. Catholics are not allowed to obey them any longer.

The worst predictions have become reality in Germany: Holy Communion is thrown to everybody who cares or doesn't care (Mt 7:6).

The German intercommunion bishops justify themselves by claiming that "faith alone" is sufficient for receiving Holy Communion.

But this opinion is condemned by the Council of Trent (1545-1563):

"lf anyone saith that faith alone is a sufficient preparation for receiving the Sacrament of the Most Holy Eucharist; let him be anathema." - Council of Trent, Session XIII, Canon XI.

Unlike the Second Vatican Council which was only a "pastoral council", the Council of Trent is a Council with infallible dogmatic authority. Therefore, the German intercommunion bishops are patently heretics and apostates.

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JTLiuzza
eticacasanova: because the "pastoral" VII council is treated like super dogma while Trent is completely ignored.
yuca2111
@en.news Now why is it that these evil men are out, excluded, excommunicated and Francis who gave his signature for this, is not mentioned in the same boat as them? he's out of the report free and fresh like a lettuce... just saying
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Tesa
Found on facebook as TRUE Story

Bishop to one of his priests, "I haven't seen you for 5 years or so".
Priest, "No, I had cancer, then a heart attack, then a couple of years later they amputated my leg".
Bishop, "I heard, I prayed for you but I've been far too busy to even phone you".
piusdecimus
They don't even believe faith is necessary at all, much less sufficient - remember, they are allowing PROTESTANTS (=heretics =no faith) to receive!
Why the reference to the Second Vatican Council, does it say protestants can receive comunion without converting? No, right? So, why the reference?