Biodegradable Christianity

 

Ed. Note: Correction added 15 August, 2019: see at end of post in red.

Thanks to the excellent site, Pan-Amazon Synod Watch, LINK, for the following article in which Aldo Maria Vali quotes Dom Giulio Meiattini on the pernicious agenda being proposed by the upcoming Pan-Amazon Synod of the Bergoglians.

By Aldo María Vali

Continuing the analysis of the coming Amazon Synod’s Instrumentum laboris, today I propose this article by Dom Giulio Meiattini, Benedictine monk of the Abbey of Madonna della Scala di Noci, well known to our readers for his previous contributions to this blog.

Dom Giulio Meiattini

Towards a biodegradable Christianity

 

It was already known or foreseen for some time that the announced synod on the Amazon would bring surprises and create additional reasons for division. At first, it seemed that perhaps the thorniest question would have to do with married clergy. It must be said that the publication of the Instrumentum laboris has far exceeded expectations and the wildest imagination. The document actually shoots for a much more ambitious and radical goal than expected. This is the most audacious move that could be conceived and attempted by the secretariat of a synod of the Catholic Church. The document proposes and contains nothing less than an upending, ab imis fundamentis (from its very foundations) of the very idea of Church and of Christian faith.

 

The Dilution of Christianity: Wine is turned into water

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