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John Paul II suggests in Ut unum sint (95) “to find a way of exercising the primacy” which is “open to a new situation,” envisaging the Pope as a “moderator” established “by common consent.” (Francis Thanks John Paul II for Having Questioned Primacy of Peter).

St. Pope John Paul II:

I am convinced that I have a particular responsibility in this regard, above all in acknowledging the ecumenical aspirations of the majority of the Christian Communities and in heeding the request made of me to find a way of exercising the primacy which, while in no way renouncing what is essential to its mission, is nonetheless open to a new situation. For a whole millennium Christians were united in "a brotherly fraternal communion of faith and sacramental life ... If disagreements in belief and discipline arose among them, the Roman See acted by common consent as moderator". In this way the primacy exercised its office of unity.(Ut unum sint 95; www.vatican.va/…/hf_jp-ii_enc_25…).

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Francis praises Ut unum sint (50) for having put forward the claim that “legitimate” diversity “increases” Church unity, although the opposite is evident (Francis Thanks John Paul II for Having Questioned Primacy of Peter).

St. Pope John Paul II

Speaking of the Churches of the East, the Council acknowledged their great liturgical and spiritual tradition, the specific nature of their historical development, the disciplines coming from the earliest times and approved by the Holy Fathers and Ecumenical Councils, and their own particular way of expressing their teaching. The Council made this acknowledgement in the conviction that legitimate diversity is in no way opposed to the Church's unity, but rather enhances her splendour and contributes greatly to the fulfilment of her mission (Ut unum sint 50; www.vatican.va/…/hf_jp-ii_enc_25…).
Don Reto Nay
The method is always the same, whether it is the Second Vatican Council, John Paul II or all the rest: "Catholic" statements are mixed with heretical statements or statements open to heresy. I also want to point out that the same title was chosen by FaroDiRoma.it which is ultra-Bergolian and ultra-Woitylan... I was studying in Rome when "Ut unum sint" was published and I remember that already at …More
The method is always the same, whether it is the Second Vatican Council, John Paul II or all the rest: "Catholic" statements are mixed with heretical statements or statements open to heresy. I also want to point out that the same title was chosen by FaroDiRoma.it which is ultra-Bergolian and ultra-Woitylan... I was studying in Rome when "Ut unum sint" was published and I remember that already at the time we were outraged by this statement of JPII, unfortunately not the only one of its kind.
W obronie Tradycji Kościoła
Saint John Paul II, despite some controversial statements, never violated the deposit of faith (depositum fidei), and the theological importance of every statement should be taken into account - this is not dogmatic and infallible teaching. There is no obligation to believe these views through divine and catholic faith
Don Reto Nay
With bishops/popes it's like with politicians: Don't look so much at what they say (they say whatever you want to hear), look at what they do. JPII came in 1984 to Switzerland. Sure enough, he accepted altar girls and distributed Communion in the Hand. Look ad the legion of evil bishops he appointed. He destroyed whole nations with his appointments. He may not have known all of them, but was he …More
With bishops/popes it's like with politicians: Don't look so much at what they say (they say whatever you want to hear), look at what they do. JPII came in 1984 to Switzerland. Sure enough, he accepted altar girls and distributed Communion in the Hand. Look ad the legion of evil bishops he appointed. He destroyed whole nations with his appointments. He may not have known all of them, but was he cheated so many times? Who is never cheated, has no heart, who is cheated all the time, has no brains. You can answer that he didn't care about the nomination of bishops, but that is a terrible answer. This is like saying, he didn't care about the Church.
W obronie Tradycji Kościoła
In 1980 St. John Paul II categorically opposed the service of women at the altar, but it was insidiously forced anyway. In addition, he was an opponent of giving Communion at hand - there is evidence (he publicly refused this form and because of this he was attacked by some episcopates, so he was forced to step down so as not to lead to schism). JPII was not able to counteract some episcopal …More
In 1980 St. John Paul II categorically opposed the service of women at the altar, but it was insidiously forced anyway. In addition, he was an opponent of giving Communion at hand - there is evidence (he publicly refused this form and because of this he was attacked by some episcopates, so he was forced to step down so as not to lead to schism). JPII was not able to counteract some episcopal nominations that were made without his consent. Some hierarchs spoke about it, including Archbishop J. P. Lenga (father Malachi MartIn also spoke a lot of truth about the situation in the Vatican). This is the Third Secret of Fatima.
Don Reto Nay
You want to say that JPII was a weak pope? Maybe. But this means that he didn't have the heroic virtues without which you cannot be a saint. I agree, that in the very beginning of his pontificate, he tried to change things and suffered opposition because of this. But once the opposition started, he quickly gave up. I don't deny that not every single bad bishop is the fault of JPII. However, it's …More
You want to say that JPII was a weak pope? Maybe. But this means that he didn't have the heroic virtues without which you cannot be a saint. I agree, that in the very beginning of his pontificate, he tried to change things and suffered opposition because of this. But once the opposition started, he quickly gave up. I don't deny that not every single bad bishop is the fault of JPII. However, it's the amount of bad bishops produced by him, that is staggering. He was an opponent of Communion in the hand? I was in Rome when he introduced Communion in the hand in Italy (I don't remember that anybody had asked for it. Why did he do it?). Why do you think he "opposed the service of women at the altar"? JPII was the Pope who allowed altar-girls. I am not impressed with what bishops "say". The usual method of bishops/politicians is to say one thing and do the opposite.
W obronie Tradycji Kościoła
We live during the crucifixion of the Mystical Body of Christ, which is the Church, and Jesus could do little during his Passion. The time of the Church's resurrection and the new middle ages are coming.