"It is a grave offense not to work for the extermination of heresy when this monstrous infection requires action"
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Saturday, June 22, 2019

St Thomas More and St John Fisher would have fought against the heretical Amoris Laetitia


St Thomas More and St John Fisher martyrs for defending the Indisolubility of the Sacrament of Marriage.


"Had you but tasted one drop of the sweetness which inebriates the souls of those religious from their worship of this Sacrament, you would never have written as you have, nor have apostatized from the faith that you formerly professed. --John Fisher, writing to the bishop of Winchester"





According to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Bergoglio is no  in full communion with the Catholic Church  for  contradict the declaration of Pope Leo XIII in the Apostolic Letter Apostolicae Curae 






CONGREGATION FOR THE DOCTRINE OF THE FAITH


With regard to those truths connected to revelation by historical necessity and which are to be held definitively, but are not able to be declared as divinely revealed, the following examples can be given: the legitimacy of the election of the Supreme Pontiff or of the celebration of an ecumenical council, the canonizations of saints (dogmatic facts), the declaration of Pope Leo XIII in the Apostolic Letter Apostolicae Curae on the invalidity of Anglican ordinations.

Pope Leo XIII’s 1896 , Apostolicae Curae: Anglican orders are “absolutely null and utterly void”

Pope Leo XIII

  • It breaks away from the Apostolic succession


In the rite of conferring and administering any sacrament one rightly distinguishes between the ceremonial part and the essential part, which is customarily called the matter and form. […] Now, the words which until recent times were everywhere held by the Anglicans as the proper form of priestly ordination, namely, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit,’ certainly do not in the least signify definitely the order of priesthood, or its grace and power, which is especially the power ‘of consecrating and of offering the true Body and Blood of the Lord,’ in that sacrifice which is no ‘nude commemoration of the sacrifice offered on the Cross’ [see n. 950]. Such a form was indeed afterwards lengthened by these words, ‘for the office and work of a priest’; but this rather convinces one that the Anglicans themselves saw that this first form was defective, and not appropriate to the matter. But the same addition, if perchance indeed it could have placed legitimate significance on the form, was introduced too late, since a century had elapsed after the adoption of the Edwardine Ordinal; since, moreover, with the extinction of the hierarchy, there was now no power for ordaining. (Denzinger-Hünermann 3315-3316. Leo XIII, Letter Apostolicae curae – On the Nullity of Anglican Orders, September 13, 1896)

St Thomas More and St John Fisher pray for us.

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