On July 22 in Louisville KY, Cardinal Burke spoke at a forum called "The Church Teaches". That day he said two key things. First he stated a point that was similar to one uttered by Bishop Schneider. He warned against "idolatry of the papacy", an error that leads people to ascribe papal infallibility to every utterance that comes from a sitting pontiff. In reality, the pope only speaks infallibly under very special circumstances. Of course other teachings of the pope bear weight when they conform with Church Tradition. One corollary error that attends this papal idolatry is a belief that the pope, never erring, can never be contradicted nor questioned even by faithful Catholics.
Burke also said during that same conference that "confusion and error" coming from shepherds at the highest level in the Church (i.e. the pope) "realistically seems to be apocalyptic". Our Lady of Akita stated something very similar when she said that shepherds would be opposing one another. She uttered the same concerns under her title Our Lady of Good Success.
As an example of confusion flowing forth from a bishop, I link now to an article in Crud, regarding Bishop Antonio Carlos Cruz Santos, a bishop of Brazil. I won't go through the entire tome. but during a recent homily, he said that "homosexuality is a gift from God". We know that the homosexual orientation is inherently disordered. If one acts upon that inclination, he/she mortally sins and also leads his/her accomplice in mortal sin. In that homily Cruz both blasphemed God by saying that God gifted to mankind the occasion of mortal sin. He also scandalized the congregation by his approval of mortal sin, possibly deceiving them into thinking that they could mortally sin without eternal consequences.
Please be praying your daily Rosaries.
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