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Fr Fessio of Ignatius Press coming out of retirement, Pope Francis Accused of Heresy

Fr. Fessio and Mark Brumley comment on the 'Open letter to the bishops of the Catholic Church' to "accuse Pope Francis of the canonical delict of heresy".
Fr. Fessio looks exactly like Harry Dean Stanton! :D
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Fr. Fessio, Mr. Brumley, you are, in the final analysis, simply reiterating one of the major points that the signatories of the open letter, following many before them, make as part of the case for their accusations; namely, that Pope Francis and his representatives do NOT respond to appeals for correction and clarification (witness the dubia and the filial correction among many instances) and …More
Fr. Fessio, Mr. Brumley, you are, in the final analysis, simply reiterating one of the major points that the signatories of the open letter, following many before them, make as part of the case for their accusations; namely, that Pope Francis and his representatives do NOT respond to appeals for correction and clarification (witness the dubia and the filial correction among many instances) and do NOTHING to prevent or stem the tide of scandalizing interpretations. This doubtlessly deliberate strategy is unquestionably damaging; it aids and abets heresy. I also just want to add that the charge surrounding the interfaith document, particularly the point about the intended meaning attributable to the Pope's cosignatory, seems to me to be unassailable. Furthermore, if the Pope's statement about the diversity of religions referred strictly to the permissive will of God, he could have no objection to signing a statement that read, "God wills the diversity of religions and the atrocious violence that breaks out among their adherents". With respect to God's permissive will, this is a true statement. What objection could the Pope raise to it that would not apply to the statement he signed as well?
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I really wanted to listen, but the quality and delivery was rather poor so I gave up.
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@pmfji I always have problems with VIMEO feeds. The codex is just poor. Jim