The heretical Number 10 of the Kazakhstan Declaration which was signed by Francis was secretly changed only hours after its proclamation. The original …
Significant changes were made to the interreligious Nur-Sultan Declaration AFTER it was passed by the delegates of the conference.
Only an idiot would honor, and not retract, one's signature on a document which has been changed after it was already signed with a different text. Otherwise, the signature means nothing in the first place, and the door is left open for further amendments after the fact.
The revised version avoids “God’s will” and speaks only of "permission"
I’d be interested to hear exactly how this change came about. The new text of this article is not controversial at all, considering the circumstances. Obviously it would be better if it didn’t happen at all, but the change could indicate that someone in Rome actually has a “red line” that they will not permit to be crossed.
Pagan smudging ceremonies are ok but Latin Mass is a no go.
Ich kann mir vorstellen, dass WB Schneider den Heiligen Vater auf die Problematik eines häretischen Verständnisses hingewiesen hat und insofern eine nachträgliche Änderung vorgenommen wurde!
So the Bishop of Rome signed the original. So he committed to the original or is the replacement what is binding. Either way the average man in the pew will be like they're all good.
He commited to the original, take a look here: The Vatican promotes apostasy and a global religion