Amoris Laetitia versus the Church’s enduring Magisterium

In face of the confusion caused by the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris Laetitia, and after having shown in two recent studies the lamentable incoherencies and falsities in the document (see here and here), and Denzinger-Bergoglio would like to remind its readers of the teachings that the Church has always conveyed to the ‘remarried divorced’ and to sinners in general.

Let’s not forget that the Church is a Mother and, as such, She has always looked out for her children, especially those in situations of risk to their eternal salvation. Her maternal care has never deceived them about their real situation of departure from Catholic teaching. She has always been able to indicate the path of salvation and provide the necessary means to rescue whoever accepts her help.

An efficacious medicine is often bitter; but when dosed by a mother’s hand, the child is grateful for it. Many of us have fond memories of the care our mothers gave during illnesses, and the tireless efforts they devoted to our speedy recovery.

Failure to administer an unpleasant medicine is not true love; love requires that the dose be accompanied by assuring words on the medicine’s wonderful effects. Let us be faithful to the enduring doctrine of the Magisterium of the Church and bear in mind that God doesn’t abandon his Church even when assailed by contrary winds. Enter here…

5 thoughts on “Amoris Laetitia versus the Church’s enduring Magisterium

  1. I’ve written before on a similar-themed matter: if the Pope is going to change teaching/praxis/dogma to a new-and-improved version, then the older teaching must be officially abrogated in order for it to have full effect – why have two teachings in effect that are so diametrically opposed to each other, causing more confusion as to which one should follow?

    https://hector1088.blogspot.com/2016/09/reblog-after-synod-more-changes-that.html

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