How are the papalotrous reacting to Benedict XVI’s reflections?
Let’s look at Twitter.
I pray that Benedict lives long enough to write another substantial work of theology.
Because if he dies tomorrow and this stands his last published opus it will be a very sad coda indeed. https://t.co/djARYkPBrg
— David Gibson (@GibsonWrites) April 11, 2019
What world did (does) this man live in? “The mental collapse was also linked to a propensity for violence. That is why sex films were no longer allowed on airplanes because violence would break out among the small community of passengers.” https://t.co/rH48sjplvX
— Robert Mickens (@robinrome) April 11, 2019
This fellow seems to be reading a different letter…
6/8 To me, most important part is III (3), in which he rejects seeing the Church as something that has to be redesigned in light of abuse mishandling. This as a direct rejection of Napa Institute, Red Hat report, and all the other US Viganò/corporate-type “reforms”. pic.twitter.com/MwuDUupKJL
— Austen Ivereigh (@austeni) April 11, 2019
How many people believe this “intervention” is the authentic and unadulterated voice of Joseph Ratzinger? And published by the same outlets that gave us Vigano’s “testimony”. https://t.co/Oic6OA0tmn
— Pope news (@Pope_news) April 11, 2019
Can we have Mueller looking into Benedict XVI's essay?
Robert Mueller, not cardinal Mueller.
— Massimo Faggioli (@MassimoFaggioli) April 11, 2019
So here we are.
A fmr pope encourages Jacobite resistance to the actual @pontifex by circulating a letter (it is thus ?????????, an encyclical) blaming a far-reaching complex phenomenon on 1968 w/o benefit of any real history or social science. Scandal.https://t.co/iodZAKWVYH
— ????? ??????? (@stevenpmillies) April 10, 2019