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Schneider: The Results of the Synod on Synodality are Conceived in Advance

Bishop Athanasius Schneider assumes that the results of the Synod on Synodality are already in place. He said this in an interview with @cjm-media…
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Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich, the synod’s relator general, has caused controversy in recent months for saying same-sex-union blessings are “not a settled matter” and that Church teaching on homosexuality “is no longer correct” and can be changed.
In April, Xavière Sister Nathalie Becquart, undersecretary of the synod’s secretariat, gave an uncritical address to New Ways Ministry, which promotes …More
Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich, the synod’s relator general, has caused controversy in recent months for saying same-sex-union blessings are “not a settled matter” and that Church teaching on homosexuality “is no longer correct” and can be changed.

In April, Xavière Sister Nathalie Becquart, undersecretary of the synod’s secretariat, gave an uncritical address to New Ways Ministry, which promotes “LGBT” rights in the Church, leading to strong criticism from Church leaders and prominent lay faithful.
Wilma Lopez
“One thing is clear to me. God is out of the picture in this vile synodal process. The Holy Spirit has absolutely nothing to do with it.” - Bishop Robert Mutsaerts, Dutch Auxiliary Bishop
Credo .
God bless you Bishop Athanasius Schneider! > 🙏 🙏 🙏
De Profundis
"When we are celebrating Mass, the best way to take care of our faithful is not to think of them, but to lift them up and lead them to die with Christ and live a new life with Him!" Cardinal Robert Sarah
P. O'B
Bishop Schneider states the obvious, but good for him.
Sancte Teotónio
Still he fails to see that if JPII and BXVI appointed liberals ... maybe that's because they were liberals too, just maybe.
sarto2010
Answers written before the questions. No doubt. God doesn’t get a look-in. 🤪
Jo Santoss
The result are in before the count is finished reminds me of our elections 🥴
Cassandra Laments
1970s? Who's he kidding. Was that a misprint? 1960s would be an official/public start but this really started decades earlier. If it hadn't, Russia would have been consecrated as requested by Our Lady and VII would never have happened.
DJRESQ
My thoughts exactly, as one who lived through that era.
(1) The New American Catholic (NBC, 1968) - YouTubeMore
My thoughts exactly, as one who lived through that era.

(1) The New American Catholic (NBC, 1968) - YouTube
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
John Fritz Logan's observations #1-6 are 100% accurate, and valid arguments that this "Synod" will not proceed as smoothly as Francis and his radical thugs want. There are many bishops, and even national bishops conferences against the Synod. Archbishop Schneider is a hero for the Catholic Faith. So are Muller,Sarah,Burke,Erdo and Eijk. If I were to bet on who succeeds heretic Francis, I would bet …More
John Fritz Logan's observations #1-6 are 100% accurate, and valid arguments that this "Synod" will not proceed as smoothly as Francis and his radical thugs want. There are many bishops, and even national bishops conferences against the Synod. Archbishop Schneider is a hero for the Catholic Faith. So are Muller,Sarah,Burke,Erdo and Eijk. If I were to bet on who succeeds heretic Francis, I would bet none of Francis favorites, and no Francis clone, but rather one of these good men. I would not be surprised if the College of Cardinals (the good men), looked beyond themselves and called Schneider to the Papal Throne, or perhaps another solid, good Archbishop or Patriarch that Francis has deliberatly ignored and avoided raising to the cardinalate. I think if Benedict XVI had not turned coward and quit, Schneider would probably be a Cardinal already.
Cassandra Laments
I don't think we can bet anything on this - it'll play out as God wishes and it depends how much longer He has decided this horror will continue.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
I wonder if Pope Francis and his fellow homo loving heretics are aware of the tidal wave of opposition building against them?
John Fritz Logan
They are indeed repeating a lot of tricks from Vatican II but the attempt to turn this into a de facto Vatican III won't prove easy I think because:
1. Some said an actual Vatican III should be organised after the synod, so this might not be sufficient.
2. Vatican II did have the status of an ecumenical council (albeit vague whether it was doctrinal) this doesn't.
3. Little real support amongst …More
They are indeed repeating a lot of tricks from Vatican II but the attempt to turn this into a de facto Vatican III won't prove easy I think because:

1. Some said an actual Vatican III should be organised after the synod, so this might not be sufficient.
2. Vatican II did have the status of an ecumenical council (albeit vague whether it was doctrinal) this doesn't.
3. Little real support amongst most bishops.
4. Surprisingly little support amongst the mainstream media at this point.
5. Backlash to the German synodal path and to Francis.
6. The clearly ad hoc nature of th entire process and it being extended again.

For any results to be pushed through, Francis has to make it to the end of 2024 anyways.