At the Italian site La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana there are two stories which merit attention.
First, they report on the current kerfuffle stirred by the Left against Most Reverend Robert C. Morlino, Bishop of Madison. The Extraordinary Ordinary. HERE
Here’s a taste…
Attack on the Bishop of Madison: The Devil’s design on the Church
It’s clear that the world, whose Prince is the Devil, today does not want any longer to eliminate the Church, that is, the Body of Christ the Son of God, from the face of the Earth, but is determined to bend it to its power and to its “anti-creation”. In fact, having entered into her, seducing the faithful and prelates. Satan aims to subvert the norms of the Creator, designed to help man find life, is such a was as to reach the even greater result of the elimination of God: to submit Him to himself, a creature who has never been able to bear being one, rendering God into a subject, and His Body, which is the Church, into an infernal kingdom where one lives in rebellion to the laws of creation.
But as the simple who continue to follow God demonstrate, and pastors such as Morlino and Cordileone, ready for persecution so in order to defend the divine law and the truth about man, the shadows will not prevail. For, “I wake up every morning convinced that God’s will will be done for the world and my life that day,” Morlino declared, smiling peacefully in the face of the assertion by those who accuse him of not being welcoming, asking his removal by Pope Francis, in the awareness that the place prepared for whoever chooses Christ as his Lord is not of this world.
That’s about it, isn’t it.
The Enemy and the Enemy’s human agents want to bend the Church to the will of Hell – of course in the friendly guise of worldly concerns and human respect (not to mention the twisted and murderous DNC platform). Consider the distribution of Communion to those who are in the state of mortal sin and who are unrepentant. That’s making God into “subject” of the Devil, in a way. Of course God cannot be diminished by that sacrilege, but WE are diminished and souls are lost from the glory of Heaven.
Another story at LNBQ concerns the former Prefect of the CDF, Gerhard Ludwig Card. Müller. HERE It has been reported that Müller had sort of caved in about the controversial chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia. Müller says, not. He clarified himself in an interview.
I don’t have the energy to translate it at this late hour, but here is the summary:
Müller: I never said that there are exceptions about Communion for the remarried
“No, no change and no demolition of the Dubia. The point of my speech is only to affirm that the only way to interpret Amoris laetitia is in continuity withi the World of God in the Bible, the preceding Magisterium, with the Tradition of the great Councils of Florence, Trent and Vatican II.” On the telephone, Card. Gerhard Müller… immediately distanced himself from partial interpretations of some media outlets which attributed to him an openness to access to the Eucharist for the “divorced and remarried”.
Finally, be sure to SUPPORT Bp. Morlino!
First, at LifeSite…. HERE
Then, at Change… HERE
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