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Saturday, March 24, 2018

Pope Benedict's Letter opposes Amoris Laetitia

Just as a side note, I would like to mention my surprise at the fact that the authors also include Professor Hünermann, who during my pontificate put himself in the spotlight by heading anti-papal initiatives. He participated to a significant extent in the promulgation of the “Kölner Erklärung,” which, in relation to the encyclical “Veritatis Splendor,” attacked in a virulent manner the magisterial authority of the pope especially on questions of moral theology. The Europäische Theologengesellschaft, which he founded, also was initially designed by him as an organization in opposition to the papal magisterium. Afterward, the ecclesial sentiment of many theologians blocked this tendency, making that organization a normal instrument of encounter among theologians.
I am certain that you will have understanding for my declination, and I cordially greet you.

Schism: Magister: "Amoris laetitia" takes up and endorses some theses of the "Declaration of Cologne"

What is the Schismatic Declaration of Cologne Kölner Erklärung?  
Movement "call to disobedience"

4/02/11 Info católica: The document, signed by 144 Catholic theology professors Germany, Austria and Switzerland, calls for the end of celibacy, the female priesthood and popular participation in the election of bishops, as well as the "acceptance" of same-sex and divorced couples remarried.
  • Internal democracy, married priests and women priests
  • In favor of the inclusion of same-sex and divorced-remarried couples

The Declaration of Cologne It was signed by more than 220 professors of Catholic theology (from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the Netherlands) until May 1989; later, more than 700 theologians did it all over the world. [1] The signatories include Franz Böckle, Johannes Brosseder, Peter Eicher, Heinrich Fries, Ottmar Fuchs, Norbert Greinacher, Johannes Gründel, Bernhard Häring, Friedhelm Hengsbach, Peter Hünermann, Hans Küng, Norbert Mette, Johann Baptist Metz, Dietmar Mieth, Hermann Stenger, Knut Walf, Jürgen Werbick and Hans Zirker.

The other theologian who points out Sandro Magister is Jürgen Werbick who also participated in the schismatic declaration of Cologne, author of the book: "Men according to Christ today.

Here we can see that Bergoglio has adhered to this schismatic declaration of Cologne and that Pope Benedict' letter opposes Amoris Laetitia.

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