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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

Argentina: Dr Antonio Caponnetto thinks Bergoglio deserves a just punishment instead of a filial correction

Buenos Aires Argentina 02/10/17 
Dr Antonio Caponnetto says that knowing Bergoglio he does not expect an answer to filial correction but a disqualification; but in the wake of Bergoglio's criticism of his critics the entire document should be read.  Dr Caponnetto says that they read it: What we find, beyond the proverbial chapter eight, it is not Thomist morality or anything that could reassure the orthodoxy of faithful Christians. But, it is a series of painful delusions that include - and is almost anecdotal this example - the positive reference to an author like Mario Benedetti, a blasphemous convicted and confessed terrorist (Tupamaro). 
While the rhetorical question arises with pain, what rigorously corresponds to do in such fateful times. Is it still this tragic hour of the Papacy and of the Church, the most favorable circumstance to send doubts and filial corrections, however important, founded and legitimate they may be? Or has not the time come?  As we proposed in our last book "I do not know him" to demand a collagenation; is this a just and deserved punishment?

Read More at: Adelante la fe.

Prof. Antonio Caponnetto was born in Buenos Aires on September 29, 1951. He graduated from Mariano Acosta. Professor of History at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the National University of Buenos Aires. He also ventured into studies of the Ecclesiastical Magisterium

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