Cdf essay

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My previous comment regarding Cardinal Mueller is hopeful. Not confidant that he will be different than what he was as Prefect of the CDF. A cautious subservient prelate more concerned with protocol and convention, maintaining position than affirming his office as defender of the faith. Especially if opposed. After all what else is a defender of the faith, such the example given by Athanasius, Irenaeus supposed to do? I quote noted historian Roberto De Mattei. “Cardinal Muller missed out on a precious opportunity to criticize Amoris laetitia publically, and in the end was dismissed, without even due notice. It’s true, as Marco Tosatti observes, that he is freer now to say what he wants. Yet, even if he did so, it would be the voice of a retired Cardinal and not that of the Prefect of the most important Ministry of the Church. The support of the Congregation of the Faith for the four Cardinals, who continue on their path, would have been ruinous for those who today are leading the Revolution in the Church and Pope Francis has been able to avoid that. The moral of this story is that those who do not fight in order not to lose, after conceding, they experience defeat”. As De Mattei rightly asserts Mueller’s unwillingness to not only support the Four Cardinals, but actually criticize them as ideologues causing a schism was extremely harmful for the faithful during this crisis of faith. I hope he redeems himself.

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Cardinal Ratzinger took a very different view of this when he was in office. There is a mystic whose writings resulted in a notification in November of 1995, as I recall. The following May, the Cardinal met with a group of Mexicans who were upset abut this and wanted to know if they had to stop diffusing her writings. They Cardinal told them they continue to do so with prudence. This was widely publicized and the Osservatore Romano (about a year later) took note of this and described the Cardinal’s action as his “interpretation” of the notification. The cardinal had also made a similar statement to the Brazilian bishops when he met with them. Although that mystic’s writings have since received an imprimatur, it is still true that even before that, her writings were still allowed to be diffused by good Catholics even though there was a notification against them — how much more then for writings that have never had such a notification!

Cdf essay

cdf essay

Cardinal Ratzinger took a very different view of this when he was in office. There is a mystic whose writings resulted in a notification in November of 1995, as I recall. The following May, the Cardinal met with a group of Mexicans who were upset abut this and wanted to know if they had to stop diffusing her writings. They Cardinal told them they continue to do so with prudence. This was widely publicized and the Osservatore Romano (about a year later) took note of this and described the Cardinal’s action as his “interpretation” of the notification. The cardinal had also made a similar statement to the Brazilian bishops when he met with them. Although that mystic’s writings have since received an imprimatur, it is still true that even before that, her writings were still allowed to be diffused by good Catholics even though there was a notification against them — how much more then for writings that have never had such a notification!

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