“So we won’t speak plainly, … then I will draw out the conclusions.”
(See previous post Evil intent: Amoris Laetitia Part 1)
Some examples of the evil intent of this papacy:
1.Explosive language pertaining to homosexualiy was allowed to be presented at the synod. These suggest ideas which oppose Church teachings: CCC: #2357; Gen.19 13: Story of Lot and city of Sodom; (Ezek. 16:50); (Lev. 18:22, 20:13); (Rom. 1:26–28, 32); and (1 Cor.6:9–10).
2. Admission by (pope) Francis: Deliberately NOT speaking plainly regarding Communion for divorced and remarried.(See Evil intent: Amoris Laetitia Part1) Jerusalem Bible: Matthew5:37 “All you need to say is ‘Yes’ if you mean yes or ‘No’ if you mean no; anything more than this comes from the evil one.”
3. Despite the final Synodal Relatio affirming that marriage is for one man and one woman, it inserted paragraphs that support homosexual unions.
4. Pope videos – pagan images projected onto the Vatican on the feastday of the Immaculate Conception; the ‘I believe in love, (no mention of God) – all religions are equal video- contrary to the teachings of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church.
5. Washing the feet on Holy Thursday of women and Moslems, etc are a direct insult and put- down of the dignity and role of the priesthood. It denigrates the meaning and symbolism of the ceremony.
6. #Amoris Laetitia ¶3 Each country/region can seek solutions better suited to its culture/traditions/local needs [aka protestant style federation of (40000+) churches, no central church magisteriurm, relativism] (TTcrusader
7. #AmorisLaetitia ¶301 “It can no longer simply be said that all those in any irregular situations are living in a state of mortal sin “ [ie adulterers (divorced/remarried), sodomites, fornicators are not in a state of mortal sin, sin does not exist, and the 6th commandment is washed away] (TTcrusader)
8. #AmorisLaetitia footnote #351 “In certain cases this can include the help of the sacraments” [ie adulterers (divorced/remarried), sodomites, fornicators may receive holy communion] (TTcrusader)
9. #Amoris Laetitia uses half- quotes from Encyclicals to suit his own purposes. E.g. ‘ a statement from Familiaris Consortio of John Paul II which notes that that there can be situations “where, for serious reasons, such as the children’s upbringing, a man and woman cannot satisfy the obligation to separate.” The rest of the statement was deliberately omitted. “they ‘take on themselves the duty to live in complete continence, that is, by abstinence from the acts proper to married couples.” See : http://voiceofthefamily.com/key-doctrinal-errors-and-ambiguities-of-amoris-laetitia/
10. #Amoris Laetitia not only uses half-quotes but twists them by inserting footnotes: e.g. Amoris Laetitia has not only eliminated reference to “complete continence” from the quotation from John Paul II, but has actually inserted a footnote suggesting that “complete continence” might, in some cases, not in fact be possible or even desirable.See: http://voiceofthefamily.com/key-doctrinal-errors-and-ambiguities-of-amoris-laetitia/
11. Pope Francis uses words originally written about married couples and applying them to those living in adultery. E.g. Footnote, no. 329 originally from (Gaudium et Spes, No. 51). Instead of “But where the intimacy of married life is broken off, its faithfulness can sometimes be imperilled and its quality of fruitfulness ruined, for then the upbringing of the children and the courage to accept new ones are both endangered”(Gaudium et spes) he states “In such situations, many people, knowing and accepting the possibility of living ‘as brothers and sisters’ which the Church offers them, point out that if certain expressions of intimacy are lacking, ‘it often happens that faithfulness is endangered and the good of the children suffers’.”