Pope Francis indicated “a clear direction” on Protestant Communion, according to neo-modernist Archbishop Stefan Hesse of Hamburg, Germany.
Hesse is the product of the late Dubia and morning-after-pill Cardinal Joachim Meisner.
In a talk in Münster (May 8), Hesse stressed that Francis has pushed back the [alleged] question to the German bishops’ conference.
Thus, he indicated that a bishops’ conference has the competence to decide the matter [although this is not the case].
Hesse added that the German bishops’ conference has already introduced Protestant Communion with a majority vote.
In reality, Protestant communion has been introduced in Germany for decades. The next step in this dying church is allowing Communion for unbaptised citizens.
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