Cardinal Marx, The Multi-Faith Guy

Cardinal Marx has some homework to do

Cardinal Marx asks God to listen to the prayers of Infidels.

One wonders how far Catholicism is from the mind of these people. The first thing that a Cardinal – or any Christian – should ask concerning Muslims is that God may give them the grace of conversion. The second, third and fourth too.

The idea that an infidel should pray and a Catholic – a Cardinal at that – should ask God to listen to those who deny the Son and the Holy Ghost (thus also clearly disfiguring the Father) would be ridiculous if it wasn't deeply offensive to Christian thinking.

The Cardinal is here simply saying that God should listen to infidels irrespective of their infidelity. At this point, why not ask God to listen to atheists? At this point, what value does it have to believe in Christ? At this point, what prevents this man from asking Luther's intercession – he certainly believes him in heaven – for whatever pet project Catdinal Marx has?

The entire meaning of being a Christian, and more specifically a Catholic, is being reneged. The problem of not being it is being willingly ignored. One is clearly proposed an image of the world in which what is important is to believe in something wordly like peace, social justice, and the like; a world in which salvation is a recompense for fuzzy feelings. One who talks in this way is not even Christian anymore: he is a multi-faith guy supporting any religious feeling – nay, any allegedly good intention – whatsoever.

Who made this man a bishop and a Cardinal? Oh wait, it wasn't Francis!

The rot has been growing for a long time before Francis. It nourished itself on rubbish like Assisi, and an overdose of fuzzy feelings. It was multi faith propaganda way before Francis appeared on the balcony in St Peter.

We are now only witnessing the explosion of the bubo.

M

 

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Posted on May 31, 2017, in Bad Shepherds, Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 12 Comments.

  1. catholicconvertsation

    Dear Mundabor,

    I have just discovered your blog. I am at present still a Protestant seriously considering the Catholic Church. But I find this “Pope” and Catdinals like these extremely off-putting. I find your blog encouraging though.

    • Keep reading, Sir, and welcome to the blog.
      If you click around you will – though I say so myself – discover a ton of material about what the Church has always believed.
      The Church is the Truth, and the truth will set you free. Francis is only a bump on the road meant to test you.
      Get on the barque, my friend. She is so much more than a very bad Pope.
      M

    • Bill Fleetwood

      Thank you.

  2. In my prayers I pray for the defeat of all Islamists wherever they are in this world and I also pray for the conversion of the Muslims.

  3. On January 1, 2017, I wrote Cardinal Marx asking him, since he favors the divorced/remarried receiving Communion, if he is willing to take their place in Hell if he is wrong.

    I also asked him if others who follow their consciences regarding fornication, sodomy, pedophilia, pederasty, stealing, drunkenness, covetousness, idolatry, and tire slashing are not committing sin.

    On February 22, 2017, I received a reply from Dr. Hans-Gerd Angel who wrote: “Pope Francis, in fact, only reestablishes the centuries-old tradition of Catholic morality: sin, or even mortal sin, can only be said when a person has acted consciously and deliberately. The circumstances can only be recognized in the forum internum. Therefore, a state of mortal sin can neither be simply asserted nor assumed. The Lord’s mercy is able to withstand human weaknesses, much more than we can imagine.”

    And he sent me a copy of Amoris Laetitia, wasting four Euros.

    So if your child is molested or your tires are slashed, be at peace.

    What garbage. No, go after the devils following your own enlightened conscience, right Mundabor?

  4. “Truly I tell you, the sons of men will be forgiven all sins and blasphemies, as many as they utter. But whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; he is guilty of eternal sin.”

    Brave faith in Divine Mercy is a sin against the Holy Spirit

  5. Well done, tmsharel! I am completely surprised you received an answer. About the 4 Euros, it is 4 Euros he can’t spend elsewhere. So that’s a good thing.

  6. Nothing is right for evil people and unforgivable sin (against Holy Spirit) is a sin of refusing to repent.

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