Major protagonist in post-Vatican II drama…

Diocese: “Cardinal” Karl Lehmann Near Death

[UPDATE 11-MAR-2018: “Cardinal” Lehmann has died at 81]

Few people have done more to harm souls and destroy Catholicism in Germany than “Cardinal” Karl Lehmann. Now he is close to death, according to the Modernist diocese of Mainz, of which Lehmann was the head from 1983-2016. The following message was posted on the official diocesan web site today:

The bishop of Mainz, Peter Kohlgraf, has asked the faithful of the diocese of Mainz to pray for Cardinal Karl Lehmann.

In a letter sent to parishes and coworkers on Monday, March 5, Bp.

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Leading Modernist Big Gun

“Cardinal” Lehmann Hospitalized after Stroke

Yesterday, Oct. 19, the German diocese of Mainz announced that its long-time former “bishop”, “Cardinal” Karl Lehmann, suffered a stroke in late September and has been in the hospital since. He is reportedly in stable condition and now focusing on rehab, according to a news report found at katholisch.de, the official web site of the German branch of the Vatican II Sect.

Ordained a priest in 1963 (see a photo of his first Mass here), Lehmann was a student of the notorious Modernist Karl Rahner, one of the chief movers and shakers at the Second Vatican Council.

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Taking Amoris Laetitia to the next level…

“Bishop” Peter Kohlgraf:

“We need to work on our View of Sin”

For over 30 years, the ancient German diocese of Mainz was occupied by the notorious Modernist “Cardinal” Karl Lehmann, a student of Karl Rahner and mentor of the heretical “Cardinal” Gerhard Ludwig Muller. When Lehmann reached the mandatory retirement age of 80 on May 16, 2016, it was clear that it would only be a matter of time before a successor would be chosen.

Almost a year later, on April 18, 2017, “Pope” Francis appointed “Fr.” Peter Kohlgraf, a pastoral theologian from the region, to succeed Lehmann.

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