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Gloria.tv-Exclusive: There Were Severe Problems Already Before Francis

Gloria.tv-Exclusive: There Were Severe Problems Already Before Francis Already before Pope Francis turned the Pontifical Academy for Life upside down, there were problems, the Austrian-born philosoph…More
Gloria.tv-Exclusive: There Were Severe Problems Already Before Francis
Already before Pope Francis turned the Pontifical Academy for Life upside down, there were problems, the Austrian-born philosopher Josef Seifert told Gloria.tv. Seifert was a member of the Academy until it was remodeled in 2016. He refers to the 18th General Assembly of the Academy in February 2012, which was dedicated to the problem of infertility. According to Seifert, during this event, five out of six speakers spoke against the teachings of the Church.
Catholic Doctrine Turned into Its Opposite
The most problematic member of the new Academy is for Professor Seifert, the Italian moral theologian Father Maurizio Chiodi. Chiodi denies that contraception is in itself bad, and even believes that under certain circumstances it is right to use contraception. Seifert concludes that this way, contraception is not only allowed but might even be a duty. This turns Catholic doctrine into its opposite. Chiodi also belongs …More
Yeah, Feb 11, 2013, being the most severe of all fromrome.wordpress.com/…/no-excuse-befor…
Saying that Catholics faithful to doctrine were rigid was common in the 1970s. Francis is a 1970s Jesuit.
Not all the Jesuits in the 1970s were stupid and insulting to Catholic doctrine.
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It is true that not all were unCatholic. On the other hand, it is also true by 1970 Karl Rahner was more influential than anyone else in SJ intellectual formation. He had replaced Suarez as the Doctor Communis among the Jesuits. Others like Fuchs and McCormick SJ were Rahner acolytes.

Perhaps more important is that by 1980 Rahner was the prime influence on Diocesan seminary p r ofs, especiall…More
It is true that not all were unCatholic. On the other hand, it is also true by 1970 Karl Rahner was more influential than anyone else in SJ intellectual formation. He had replaced Suarez as the Doctor Communis among the Jesuits. Others like Fuchs and McCormick SJ were Rahner acolytes.

Perhaps more important is that by 1980 Rahner was the prime influence on Diocesan seminary p r ofs, especially those educated at the Greg.

Pope Bergoglio is the Karl Rahner pope.
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I studied 4 years with him, here, in Chile, my doctorate in philosophy
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