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Germany: “There Is Now A Schism” - Cardinal

In Germany, “there is now a schism that is real if not declared, it is a schism in practice, if it can be called that.”

Cardinal Raymond Burke said this to Argentinian Father Javier Olivera Rabasi in a Spanish video chat (May 2). He explains that the German bishops are taking the Church into heresy regarding homosexuality, marriage and other fundamental Catholic doctrines. He also notices that they "have not been disciplined” [by Francis].

Asked about the five Dubia submitted to Francis in 2016, Burke informed that “we have not received any answer nor any acknowledgment that they were received.” The Cardinal expressed his belief that he “still does not know" what Francis thinks about the issues raised by the Dubia. In reality, Francis has left no doubt that he supports adulterer Communion.

Regarding the Traditional Latin Mass, Burke said that it remained the same for 14 centuries and only radically changed after Vatican II. However, “especially the young people” are seeking out the Latin Mass.

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Dr Bobus
In other news: Water is wet
aderito
Again comes from Germany ( stand firm catholics of good will in Germany) like Mary said communism will extend its errors through the world
Live Mike
From the yet to be approved Apparitions of Our Lady of Garabandal:

"During the winter of 1963, he [Serafín] felt that as the eldest brother and the man of the house, he should take a stand concerning Conchita. So one night while the family was in the kitchen of the house, he said to Conchita, “You will have to tell us once and for all what this is all about; we can’t go on like this. And don’t …
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From the yet to be approved Apparitions of Our Lady of Garabandal:

"During the winter of 1963, he [Serafín] felt that as the eldest brother and the man of the house, he should take a stand concerning Conchita. So one night while the family was in the kitchen of the house, he said to Conchita, “You will have to tell us once and for all what this is all about; we can’t go on like this. And don’t be afraid of what will happen . . . I’m ready to take you away from the village and bring you anywhere you want. If you want to go to school, we can arrange that too . . . But we have to know the truth. All these things about the apparitions: Are they true, or are they something that you made up?” Conchita replied that it was true, that she had seen the Virgin, that it wasn’t something that the girls made up, and that there was no reason to leave the village. The matter remained that way during the night. But the next day, while Serafín was in the kitchen and his sister upstairs, he heard her call him, “Serafín! Come up a minute.” The man told me he felt as if his heart missed a beat as he thought, “There it is! She has finally made up her mind. She must have thought about this all night long and is going to tell me that it has all been a fraud.”
—“What do you want?” He asked her on arriving upstairs.
—“So that you can see that all this is true, the Virgin has told me to tell you this . . .”
And she talked to him about the Miracle, and explained in what it was going to consist. Later Conchita wrote it down briefly on the back of a holy card of the Child Jesus, which Serafín keeps concealed and which none of the family have seen. And she told him that it would occur when a definite event in the Church ["un determinado acontecimiento en la Iglesia"] took place, and she also explained it to him. Only in this way does Serafín know the date of the miracle.

Later Serafín and I [Fr. Eusebio Garcia de Pesquera] discussed the following excerpt from a leaflet written by Dr. Puncernau:

During one of my trips to the pastures, I [Dr. Puncernau] was alone with Serafín and we were eating in the barn. After eating, I tried to draw him out since it was said that he knew from Conchita when the Warning would be. I drew the conclusion that if he [Serafín] knew, he didn’t want to say. The only thing that I got definitely from him was that it would be preceded by a special happening in the Church. After many questions and answers, it seemed clear to me from his vague remarks that it would be something like a schism. That is the way I understood it.

—“And what do you say about Dr. Puncernau’s opinion?” I [Fr. Eusebio Garcia de Pesquera] asked Serafín.
—“He is free to think what he wants. But I don’t think I gave him reasons for such an opinion.”

—“But will this happening actually be a schism in the Church?”
—“I have nothing to say.”


"During that May of 1976, I [Father Eusebio Garcia de Pesquera] spoke also with Jacinta’s mother, María. She told me that she had heard repeatedly from her daughter that affairs were going to go very bad for the Church, that the Eucharist would constantly be given less importance, that many priests would become worse and worse, and that wickedness would spread everywhere. It can be noticed that Dr. Puncernau does not speak of the Miracle, but of the Warning. Is this a mistake? Perhaps not." - She went in haste to the Mountain by Eusebio Garcia de Pesquera, O.F.M., CAP. Translated from Spanish by B. Miller, Gerard Suel and Otto Miller Second English Edition of 1981 original translation published unaltered in one volume in 2003 pdf p. 577-578.
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“Serafín, Conchita’s brother, affirms having heard his sister announce during an ecstasy, that the Warning will be brought about after the Church has been cruelly torn by something like a schism.”
Garabandal The Village Speaks by Ramon Pérez. Translated from the French by Annette I. Curot Mathews. Translation published in 1981 p. 350-351.
HecMel Garab
Febrero 2013
Ultraviolet
That moment when you realize Serafin himself didn't like Dr. Puncenau putting that prediction in his mouth. "But I don’t think I gave him reasons for such an opinion."