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Thanks, Cd. Brandmuller for calling the Couragaous "Idol... Remov[ers]... Prophets;" Now you have a Moral Obligation to be a Couragaous "Prophet" & Issue the Dubia Correction

Today, LifeSiteNews reported that dubia cardinal, Cardinal Walter Brandmuller, said:

"These two young men who threw these tasteless idols into the Tiber... These two couragaous 'Macabees' who have removed the 'horrors of the devastation of a holy site' are the prophets of today."
(LifeSiteNews, "Couragaous... prophets of today': Dubia cardinal praises men who threw Pachamamas in Tiber, October 29, 2019)

Now, Cardinal Brandmuller, you have a moral obligation to issue the formal correction that was promised if it became "necessary" according to the other dubia cardinal, Cardinal  Raymond Burke, if the five dubia questions weren't answered specifically the first dubia question against "persistent adultery and reception of Holy Communion."
(OnePeterFive, "Remaining Dubia Cardinals Take the Next Step Towards Formal Correction," November 14, 2017)

In 2015, you, Cardinal Brandmuller stated:

"Whoever thinks that persistent adultery and reception of Holy Communion are compatible is a heretic and promotes schism."
(LifeSiteNews, "Dubia Cardinal: Anyone who opens Communion to adulterers 'is a heretic and promotes schism,'" December  23, 2016)

St. Thomas Aquinas demanded:

"If the faith were endangered a subject ought to rebuke his prelate even publicly. Hence Paul, who was Peter's subject, rebuked in public, on account of the imminent danger of scandal."
(Summa Theologiae ll-IIae, 33,4,2)

"Ought" means you have a duty or a moral obligation to make a formal canonical correction of Francis for the scandal of Communion for adulterers and now for the scandal against the First Commandment of, as you said, for the Vatican's bringing the "idols... 'horrors of devastation... [into] a holy site'" which you know Francis fully approved.

According to the greatest Doctor of the Church St. Thomas Aquinas, you, Cardinal Brandmuller have the duty or moral obligation to be a couragaous "prophet" and issue the canonical formal correction immediately to Francis.

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






Comments

Robert F Scott said…
Amen. Well said.
Praypraypray said…
Ditto! I second what Robert F Scott said.
Alexis Bugnolo said…
What I do not understand is how there is so much attention and thought over so many things, and all the while people refuse to admit that munus does not equal ministerium, neither in a latin dictionary nor in the code of canon law. And entire Academic Conference demonstrated that at Rome last week....see the transcript at https://vericatholici.wordpress.com/2019/10/22/conferenza-sulla-rinuncia-di-papa-benedetto-xvi-interventi/ and the key argument was in English...

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