Monday, November 20, 2017

Holy Priest Persecuted by Vatican for Criticizing Amoris Laetitia -- Threatened With "Double Excommunication"



H/t Rorate...

AMDG

12 comments:

  1. One more Holy Priest comes out as Catholic. Fathers, he must not be the last. "Better to please God than men." What about you, Fathers? Repeating, what about you?

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  2. "double excommunication"....what a hoot!

    How 'bout triple-super-uber excommunication?....I'd wear that like a shiny Olympic gold medal from this lot of apostate demons running Rome.

    Don Minutella has certainly earned a huge jewel for his heavenly crown. God bless him.

    A happy and blessed Thanksgiving Tancred and fellow readers. May God grant us the coming years of orthodoxy, and scourging & downfall of the heresiarchs :)

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  3. Mercy for all except Catholics.

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  4. Double excommunicated by Francischurch? Gosh, golly, I'd hate to be excommunicated by heretics.

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  5. Fight the good fight,Childrens of lights, Rome,has loss the faith ,Our Lady of La Salette,pray for us.

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  6. Double Excommunication!!?? Is that anything like double secret probation?

    GSG

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    1. Good old Dean Wormer.

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    2. https://youtu.be/eUUzA56zG2U

      GSG

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  7. Excommunicationsi by heretics are null and void.

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  8. God bless him, but my ears bled a little when he referred to jp2 as "saint"; JP2 The Great Ecumenist.

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  9. Mine too. I take it as the Almighty's reminder of our captivity to the novus ordo cancerem.

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  10. ex·com·mu·ni·cate
    verb
    past tense: excommunicated; past participle: excommunicated
    ˌekskəˈmyo͞onəˌkāt/
    officially exclude (someone) from participation in the sacraments and services of the Christian Church.
    If you exclude someone from participation in the Sacramentss and services of The Catholic Church and then exclude that same someone from being excluding from participating in the Sacraments and services of The Catholic Church, that someone is no longer excluded from participating in the Sacraments and service of The Catholic Church.

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