Friday, March 23, 2018

In 2004 UCA appointed Doctor Honoris Causa upon the anti-Catholic Hünermann, when Zecca was the rector and Bergoglio Grand Chancellor

Bergoglio& Alfredo Zecca
The argentinian Alfredo Zecca traveled to Germany where he graduated from the University of Tübingen with a doctorate in Theology in 1988 under the direction of  Peter Hünermann with a thesis entitled “Religión y cultura sin contradicción. El pensamiento de Ludwig Feuerbach” (Religion und Kultur ohne Widerspruch: Tübingen, 1989; Buenos Aires, 1990
Tübingen, where Hünermann taught from 1982 to 1997.



Catapulta But now it is time to say something more about the "antipapal" Hünermann: since 2004 he is Doctor Honoris Causa of the Universidad Católica Argentina, a distinction conferred at a time when the Rector was Alfredo Zecca, of ominous memory, and the Grand Chancellor, Jorge Mario Bergoglio himself. Read more link in Spanish.

Bergoglio & Zecca




Authorities - Faculty of Theology Hünermann is also a member of the International Editorial Board Council of the UCA. 

Alfredo Zecca & Bergoglio


Peter Hünermann: In Freiburg in the 1960s a lot of people were coming from South America. They invited Welte to lecture in Argentina and Chile. When Welte came back from these lectures, he said we should come into closer contact with them. It was important that we go there to balance out not only the neo-scholasticism, but also the positivistic thinking that filtered down from the United States. So we set up a program, I learned Spanish, and I went to Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Mendoza, Santiago, and Valparaiso. The exchange program that we started still exists. It covers the whole continent and has been very fruitful. Here I also met Jorge Bergoglio in 1968.
GK: Let us go back to your relationship with Pope Francis. He made enough of an impression on you that, after John Paul II’s death in 2005, you said in an informal setting that Jorge Bergoglio would be your choice for the next pope. Can you tell us why?

PH: I used to stay in the Jesuit seminary residence when I taught in Buenos Aires. He directed the novitiate and later became provincial. Over this period I saw him almost once per year.



Anti-Catholic Hünermann Paved The Way To Francis’ Amoris Laetitia

German Father Peter Hünermann, the anti-Catholic theologian whom Benedict XVI criticised in a recent private letter, was received by Pope Francis in May 2015 for almost an hour in Santa Marta.



According to commonwealmagazine.org (September 22, 2016), Hünermann had a "seismic theological impact" that stretches all the way to Francis' Amoris Laetitia providing Francis with a "theological justification” for de facto introduction of divorce into the Church.



Hünermann told commonwealmagazine.org that Amoris Laetitia opens the door for adulterers to receive Communion. He added that the topic of female deacons “was of great importance to me for over forty years”.


The German theologian, author of one of the celebrative volumes of Pope Francis, supports an interpretation of Amoris Laetitia in clear contrast not only with the magisterium of Benedict XVI and John Paul II, but with all Tradition.  A reading that demolishes the system of Catholic morality. 


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Homosexualist Rabbi Skorka receives his doctorate honoris causa from the hands of Cardinal Bergoglio



Juan Carlos Maccarone the pedophile that Bergoglio protected in the UCA

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