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Francis believes that keeping the Commandments has no bearing on your justification in Christ: It’s just an “encounter” thing.
Jose Roberto Arredonda-Ramos
Did he ask people to take the jab! A leader of a church
P. O'B
Another point of view: a friend who is a Missouri Synod Lutheran pastor told me that no Lutheran of his synod would agree with this statement of Francis's. " What Francis is expressing here is actually not Catholic, nor Christian, from our perspective."
Ultraviolet
That's assuming your Lutheran friend is telling the truth, which like many Lutherans he almost certainly isn't.

"no Lutheran of his synod would agree with this statement of Francis's.."

Did he ask every Lutheran in his "synod" if they agreed? You know, like during a poll? :P If not, then, he's making it up as he goes. This is what you get for taking heretics at their word.
P. O'B
I know the guy. He's telling the truth, and he certainly knows the general beliefs of the members of his synod. He receives several Hail Mary's from me, for his conversion. Now I'll say one for you, so that you won't be so smug in certainly about someone you don't know. (Just finished the Hail Mary.)
aderito
What is absolute to you Pope Francis ? The Pachamama ?
Ultraviolet
Marxism, and what they often call "the inevitability of history".
Dashiell Hunt
The only thing absolute to Bergolio is that you should take the vaccine.
DrMaria
What a blessing that we have been given Bishop Athanasius Schneider, a true shepherd in these dark times! May Our Lady continue to protect you, Bishop Schneider! We do so need your voice!
De Profundis
It’s not like they are from God and written in stone!
la verdad prevalece
Catechism of St. Pius X
10 Q. What and how many are the principal and most necessary parts of Christian Doctrine?
A. The principal and most necessary parts of Christian Doctrine are four The Creed, The Our Father, The Commandments, and The Sacraments.

2 Q. How many Commandments of God's Law are there?
A. There are Ten Commandments of God's Law:

I am the Lord thy God:Thou shalt not have…More
Catechism of St. Pius X
10 Q. What and how many are the principal and most necessary parts of Christian Doctrine?
A. The principal and most necessary parts of Christian Doctrine are four The Creed, The Our Father, The Commandments, and The Sacraments.

2 Q. How many Commandments of God's Law are there?
A. There are Ten Commandments of God's Law:

I am the Lord thy God:Thou shalt not have strange gods before Me;Thou shalt not take the Name of the Lord thy God in vain;Remember thou keep holy the Sabbath Day;Honour thy Father and thy Mother,Thou shalt not kill;Thou shalt not commit adultery (You shall not commit impure acts) ;Thou shalt not steal;Thou shalt not bear false witness;Thou shalt not covet another's wife;Thou shalt not covet another's goods.
la verdad prevalece
LifeSiteNews: Archbishop Viganò went even further in a recent statement calling Pope Francis a “non-Catholic Pope.” 👍 👍 👍
la verdad prevalece
As Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich warned about a non-Catholic Pope (apostate bishop) who would lead the anti-church of darkness to eternal perdition.
Jeffrey Ade
Pope Francis is probably in schism!
Advocata
DefendTruth
Luther: “If adultery could be committed in faith, it would not be a sin “? (Cf. Möhler, “Symbolik”,§16.) It seems very likely to me that Bergoglio is a Lutheran.
De Profundis
Maybe Francis has so many nasty villains around him and creeps, weirdos and perverts associated with him because they don't respect moral absolutes either.
DefendTruth
Only one who thinks that Man is incapable, even with Grace, of stopping sinning, would surround himself with pervs.
Advocata
Siri, show me the bit in Vatican II documents where it says the moral law need not be regarded in absolute terms if Jesus Christ has justified you.
GTVisrockin
We must increase our prayers for the church & the world, if we don't evil leaders will continue to rule, both inside the church & the world. May God help his faithful stay strong during these very dark times.
De Profundis
O Lord, free us from situational ethics! "Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil, who change darkness into light, and light into darkness, who change bitter into sweet, and sweet into bitter!" (Isaias 5:20)
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Bishop Schneider: Pope Francis 10 Commandments comments contradict Church teaching, akin to teaching of Martin Luther
lifesitenews.com/…urch-teaching-akin-to-teaching-of-martin-luther-2/