The ANTICHRIST DEFINITIVELY APPROVES of MARRIED PRIESTS 1/4

Album ACTU * * * ‘QUERIDA AMAZONIA’ : On the QUESTION of MARRIED PRIESTS, a PAPAL PATTERN RETURNS In Querida Amazonia, as in previous documents, clear questions were posed. Ambiguous answ…
mattsixteen24
@Thors Catholic Hammer you still havent read the link. The only reason you go on with this broken record bennyvacantism nonsense everyday (that is "boring old") is because of Vatican II changes. Bergoglio is fulfilling Vatican II changes as was all previous VII popes. Arguing for married priests and communion in the hand won't get you far. The problem is you're stuck in the modernism of the …More
@Thors Catholic Hammer you still havent read the link. The only reason you go on with this broken record bennyvacantism nonsense everyday (that is "boring old") is because of Vatican II changes. Bergoglio is fulfilling Vatican II changes as was all previous VII popes. Arguing for married priests and communion in the hand won't get you far. The problem is you're stuck in the modernism of the previous VII popes who are all modernists. Get use to you're evolving novus ordo sect. It changes with the times.
mattsixteen24
@Thors Catholic Hammer you didnt read from the link i posted. Mind you, that user is a Vatican II thumper like yourself. The biblical foundation of priestly celibacy
Thors Catholic Hammer
Vat2 thumper?
Celibacy for catholic priests was not mandatory until about 10 centuries after Christ’s death.
Long before Vat2.
It was not then or now deemed intrinsic to the valid reception of Holy Orders.
If all you have to complain about is the boring old Vat 2 you won’t be going far.
Debates on priestly celibacy have been ongoing in the CC for centuries.
Montfort AJPM
« Far from abrogating the sacred and most salutary law of ecclesiastical celibacy, the Holy See will never temper its rigor by a partial attenuation. »
(Benoît XV, Consistorial Address of December 16, 1920)
Thors Catholic Hammer
@@mattsixteen24
Celibacy is a mere matter of clerical discipline.
It has nothing to do with religious faith per se.
Some priests in the early church were married .
Compulsory celibacy for priests was introduced as far as I remember some centuries after the founding of the Catholic Church.
Thors Catholic Hammer
If the Antichrist approves of married priests, then so did Christ who selected a married man called Peter to be His first pope.
petrus100452
TCH: Peter gave up his marriage (cf. Lc. 18,28)
Thors Catholic Hammer
Really?
St. Peter’s statement “We have left our homes and followed you” is not a repudiation of his marriage.
Were it such then Christ could be accused of breaking up families.
Is that what you believe?
petrus100452
TCH: With the consent of his wife, yes. Priests in the early Church lived complete abstinence. Read the Fathers of the Church! (And em.pope Benedict XVI in the book about celibacy).
Thors Catholic Hammer
If priests in the early church lived in complete abstinence what on earth was the point of them getting married?
Ordained priests in the early church contracted valid marriages.
The matter of St.Peters wife consenting to a celibate marriage is conjecture without a shred of evidence.
By the way I am not arguing for a married priesthood just trying to set the record straight.
petrus100452
Very true analyses. The "only interpretation" of Querida Amazonia will come from the bishops of the Amazone and of Germany. Just wait and see.
Montfort AJPM
"...Before the 2018 synod on youth, Pope Francis promulgated a new apostolic constitution that governed the Synod of Bishops, Episcopalis Communio. That document introduced the new provision that “if it is expressly approved by the Roman Pontiff, the final document [of the synod] participates in the ordinary magisterium of the Successor of Peter.”

A non-papal document could ex post be declar…More
"...Before the 2018 synod on youth, Pope Francis promulgated a new apostolic constitution that governed the Synod of Bishops, Episcopalis Communio. That document introduced the new provision that “if it is expressly approved by the Roman Pontiff, the final document [of the synod] participates in the ordinary magisterium of the Successor of Peter.”

A non-papal document could ex post be declared part of the papal magisterium.

In the opening paragraphs of Querida Amazonia, Pope Francis writes:
“I would like to officially present the Final Document, which sets forth the conclusions of the Synod, which profited from the participation of many people who know better than myself or the Roman Curia the problems and issues of the Amazon region, since they live there, they experience its suffering and they love it passionately. I have preferred not to cite the Final Document in this Exhortation, because I would encourage everyone to read it in full” (3)...."
Caroline03
St Bridget of Sweden is told by the Blessed Virgin Mary the fate that would befall the Pope who abolished Priestly Celibacy.

Book VII Chapter 10 (see link below)

www.saintsbooks.net/books/St. Bridget (Bi…
Thors Catholic Hammer
Is it not odd then that catholic priests in the first centuries of the church’s existence could and did marry.