In today's Vortex, Michael Voris calls out the bishops of Germany for their heresy. I just have a few caveats. First, while he rightly rebukes Cardinals Kasper and Marx, one must bear in mind just who is enabling these men to wield considerable influence. It is none other than Pope Francis. While he lauds the heretical Kasper as a "serene theologian" he has stripped Cardinal Burke, a truly capable and faithful son of the Church of all Vatican authority and assigned him a largely ceremonial role. I believe that means that Cardinal Burke will not be able to attend next year's Ordinary Synod on the Family.
I also hoped that he would have exempted Cardinals Gerhard Muller and Walter Brandmuller, for they have spoken against much nonsense, including some that occurred at last month's SinNod. They are Germans but they are so in the mold of Cardinal Von Galen. Of course we won't forget the German bishop who is now the Pope Emeritus.
He does accurately diagnose some motives behind Kasper's shilling for laxity in Catholic moral teaching. Listen closely as he describes how Germany allots tax revenues to the churches in its borders. But as you do, bear in mind the question, "who is enabling Kasper and Marx in their promulgation of heresy and dereliction of duty?"
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