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Does Fr. Z Think Communion for Adulterers is a "Sinful... Liturgical Abuse"?

Yesterday, Fr. Z, Fr. John Zuhlsorf, in his post "What's the truth about SSPX?" gave a strong defense of the Society of St. Puis X against apparently Francis traditionalists Tim and Dave Gordon, and others who asked him:

"Is it sinful to go to an SSPX Mass?"

He answered:

"Frankly, yes it would be sinful to go to their [SSPX] Masses out of sheer desire to hurt local parishes or priests or you hate the local bishop, or Pope, or some aspect of the Church, blah, blah blah. Frankly, yes, it would be sinful to attend a parish where there are liturgical abuses that you happen to know are abuses but you like those abuses and you don't care about authority..."

"... They are clearly not Protestant, who are heretics."

I have a some questions for Fr. Z.

Does he think Communion for adulterers is a "liturgical abuse" and therefore it is "sinful to attend a parish [or a Catholic church] where there are liturgical abuses" like this happening?

Does he think a Pope who teaches Communion for adulterers as his "authentic magisterium" which is placed in the Holy See's Official Acts of the Apostolic See is "clearly... [not a] heretic"?

Does he think it is sinful or hateful to hate the heresy, but love the heretic by giving him a correction such as St. Paul did with St. Peter and which Cardinal Raymond Burke implied he would give to Francis?

Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Mass and the Church as well as for the Triumph of the Kingdom of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary.



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