Michael Voris released another video today regarding the goings-on at the SinNod today.
Before I delve into that, I'll ask one teensy question. We all know that after the various language groups elected representatives to a committee that was tasked to draft this interim report, Pope Francis unilaterally appointed six progressive clergy to the committee as well. Cardinal Wuerl was one of them. Here's the question. Had the Pope not stacked this committee with progressives, would the interim report have been the wretched mess that we see today? Something to ponder!
In what appears to be commentary about a press conference (same one in previous post??), he comments on remarks made by Bishop Napiers of South Africa. Napiers reportedly said that the synod fathers had not seen the relatio before the press did. Does that mean they hadn't seen it before it went onto the Vatican website? Is this just a fishy alibi? BUT.... if the bishops truly did not see the document before the press, who was responsible for that, and why?
Hitherto, Voris has been very reluctant to criticize what the Pope says or does. But now he says this synod is "a defining moment for his papacy", especially in light of Cardinal Burke's public call to the pope to stand for Catholic teaching on marriage and family.
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