sexta-feira, 8 de fevereiro de 2019

Manifesto Cardeal Müller Contra o Papa: "Quase Correção Formal"

Cardeal Müller divulga Manifesto contra a confusão da Igreja sob Papa Francisco, em diversas línguas, inclusive em Português.

Cardeal Müller foi prefeito da Congregação para a Doutrina da Fé até 2017.

Abaixo vai texto do Life News que chamou o Manifesto de "quase correção formal" do Papa Francisco.

Cardinal Müller issues Manifesto: A quasi correction of Pope Francis’ pontificate

February 8, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) – Cardinal Gerhard Müller, the former head of the Vatican’s doctrinal office, has released a Manifesto which reads like a correction of many of the doctrinal errors Pope Francis has taught during his tenure as Pope.
The cardinal's intention was to release the manifesto on February 10. That date is the eve of the anniversary of Pope Benedict’s announcement in 2013 that he would abdicate his papal office, as well as the eve of the cardinal's own ordination to the priesthood. However, a Polish website broke the embargo and thus the document is being released today.
Pope Francis removed Cardinal Müller from his post as head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of Faith in 2017 after he had served in that capacity since he was appointed by Pope Benedict in 2012.
In the manifesto, Cardinal Müller does not mention the Pope but says that he was asked to make a public testimony of the truth “in the face of growing confusion about the doctrine of the Faith.”
The manifesto was released in the wake of Pope Francis’ highly controversial joint document with an Islamic leader which says that “the pluralism and the diversity of religions” are “willed by God in His wisdom” – a statement many believe contravenes the Catholic Faith.
Cardinal Müller takes a contrary stand when he says in the Manifesto:
The distinction of the three persons in the divine unity (CCC 254) marks a fundamental difference in the belief in God and the image of man from that of other religions. Religions disagree precisely over this belief in Jesus the Christ. … Therefore, the first letter of John refers to one who denies His divinity as an antichrist (1 John 2:22), since Jesus Christ, the Son of God, is from eternity one in being with God, His Father (CCC 663).

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