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Senile Cardinal Kasper: Protestants Are Like Homosexual Fornication

Homosexual fornication - which according to the Bible is an “abomination” - can realise in a partial and analogous way elements of Christian marriage, the obviously senile Cardinal Walter Kasper, 85, writes in a new book on Amoris Laetitia.

Kasper believes that marriages and gay fornication are to each other like the Catholic Church to non-Catholic Christians, “As there are outside of the Catholic Church elements of the true Church, in the above-mentioned unions [homosexual fornication, adultery] there can be elements present of Christian marriage, although they do not completely fulfill the ideal.”

Cardinal Ratzinger wrote as the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith in 2003, that “there are absolutely no grounds for considering homosexual unions [i.e. homosexual fornication] to be in any way similar or even remotely analogous to God’s plan for marriage and family.”

And, “Marriage is holy, while homosexual acts go against the natural moral law.”

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Sunamis 46
Kardinal lehmann did
Regret his false things in his last will,
Kardinal kasper you should think about that
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its a sad comparison
Dr Bobus
In the same manner Nazi concentration camps could realize in a partial and analogus way elements of good government, i.e., sound organization and efficiency.

In summary: An act cannot be reduced to the process.
Nope. There is not another analogy on earth that could have been worse for describing the reality of non-Catholic Christians having elements of the true Church. (However, it's not a bad analogy, it's a false analogy.)

Some think Kasper is a fringe bishop that no one really pays attention to (kind of like how Kasper thinks of the African bishops). But they don't realize that this is the fringe … More
Oh my... oops...