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Suicidal Way: Opus Dei Sees No Problems

Germany is not threatened with a schism because of the synodal/suicidal path of the German bishops, says the Reverend Christoph Bockamp, Opus Dei's German regional vicar (Welt.de (October 22).

On the contrary, the issues on the table are also relevant for the "rest of the world ", he said in evident ignorance of what’s going on in the universal Church.

Then, he worked through the usual sex questions of the journalists. Bockamp expressed his understanding that "especially young people" find Catholic sexual morality "at first sight out of touch with the world", as if the "world" were the gold standard for the Gospel and all "young people" were depraved.

Bockamp left his audience with general statements by saying that people must be shown great ideals worth living for in a "contemporary way."

To escape the guillotine of the gaystapo, he took refuge in ambiguities by saying of homosexuality: "A good friendship to whatever people is always valuable".

Picture: Christoph Bockamp, Pressefoto, #newsQrblafrgpo

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suicidal Way Not Suicide
Ultraviolet
German bishops will follow the lead of other faux-Caholic schismatics.: keep claiming they're part of the Church while doing whatever they please.
atreverse pensar
You cannot be a friend of God and the world.
That is a suicidal path.
He does not want to confront Bergoglio, and this is what happens.
Live Mike
"Opus Dei is the brain of the Second Vatican Council" - Father Gregory Hesse, S.T.D., J.C.D.
Cassandra Laments
Wow, I didn't know he'd said that. Any doubts I had about not knowing enough about Opus Dei to judge it have just evaporated, so thanks for your post.
Live Mike
"Opus Dei is the heart and brain of the Conciliar Church in reality" verbatim quote