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Chinese Catholic Bishops must Disobey Francis's Abuse of Papal Power as they see if he will Betray Muslims

- Updated December 16, 2018 -

Pope Francis is in a dilemma.

We know that he has put collaboration with the Chinese Communist regime before the pastoral care of the Chinese Underground Catholics.

Will he put collaboration with the Communist regime before the repression of his beloved Muslims?

The United Kingdom Independent reported today that Amnesty International revealed:

"Mass re-education camps used to hold Uighur and other Muslim minorities... [u]p to a million... Previous reports have said Muslims were forced to denounce Islam and swear loyalty to the Chinese Communist Party."
(Independent, "Chinese 're-education camps' for Uighur Muslims run like 'concentration camps', says Amnesty, December 16, 2018)

So, Pope Francis's betrayal of the Chinese Underground Church now could include the betrayal of Francis's beloved Muslims if he is silence about the Chinese Communist regime's oppression as he has been silent about the Socialist Venezuelan regime's oppression.

Rather the Pope decides to speak out for his beloved Muslims or not, the Francis Communist Chinese deal is a abuse of papal power which can and must be disobeyed in good conscience as shown by the saintly English Bishop Robert Grosseteste.

In 1253, Bishop Grosseteste disobeyed Pope lnnocent IV who ordered that a benefice within his jurisdiction be given to the papal nephew. Benefices were a form of financial exploitation given to prelates who didn't reside in the diocese and never saw their flock so souls were lost for lack of true shepherding or pastoral care.

Grosseteste said that benefices have only one end: "the salvation of souls." Exploitative use of benefices was a abuse of papal power so he disobeyed Pope Innocent IV.

Innocent reportedly raged in anger, but his advisors told him to back down because all of Christendom knew Bishop Grosseteste was "one of the most learned men" of the age and a saintly bishop.

The Catholic Encyclopedia said of Grosseteste:

"Bishop of Lincoln and one of the most learned men of the Middle Ages... That he opposed... abuses of the papal administration is certain, but a study of his letters and writings... destroy the myth that he disputed the plena potestas of the popes."
(Catholic Encyclopedia, new advent.org, "Robert Grosseteste")

If a pope could be disobeyed by "one of the most learned men [who was a bishop] of the Middle Ages" for the lost of souls due to benefices then there is no doubt that Francis's betrayal of the Chinese Church to the totalitarian Communist regime which will result in the loss souls must be disobeyed by the Chinese bishops.

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church.

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