[UPDATED 27-JUN-2019: Replaced our own translation of Rahner quote with official translation published in 1966.]
In recent years it has become fashionable in conservative Novus Ordo and even semi-traditionalist circles to promote the German “Cardinal” Gerhard Ludwig Müller (b. 1947) as a conservative stalwart of Catholic doctrine, simply because he opposes adultery, women’s ordination, and a few other ultra-Modernist pet ideas. In February of this year, Müller issued what he called a Manifesto of Faith, and just last month he published an entire book that purports to be a defense of Catholicism against current errors mostly disseminated by Francis or his henchmen.
“Bp.” Robert Barron tells Jew: No need to become Catholic, Jesus is only the “Privileged” Way
Someone once said that what’s new about the “New Evangelization” of the Vatican II Church is that they never get around to actually evangelizing.
That would be bad enough, but as the Novus Ordo Sect’s rising media star, “Bishop” Robert Barron, demonstrated on a special edition of The Ben Shapiro Show the other day, the reality is much worse: The New Evangelization is actually an Anti-Evangelization, in which souls are not merely not taught the Gospel but are actually taught a false gospel (cf.
Time and again the secular and Novus Ordo media have portrayed “Cardinal” Gerhard Ludwig Müller (b. 1947) as a conservative Catholic theologian and, especially in his recently-completed five-year role as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, that is, as the Vatican’s chief “guardian of orthodoxy”.
What many people do not realize and some appear to deliberately ignore is the fact that there is copious evidence to show that the 69-year-old German theologian is in fact a heretic himself.
Explosive 1964 Karl Rahner Testimony
on Joseph Ratzinger, John XXIII, Paul VI
Fr. Karl Rahner, left, was a suit-and-tie priest early on
Discovered in 2011, Karl Rahner Testimony from 1963-64 confirms Theological “Bloodbath” at Second Vatican Council (1962-65)
A formerly hidden letter by Karl Rahner to his brother Fr. Hugo Rahner, dated Nov. 2, 1963, was exhibited at a Carmelite church in Munich, Germany, in 2012, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Second Vatican Council. (This letter had been in the possession of the son of Karl Rahner’s younger sister, Elisabeth Cremer [d. 2004], and was turned over to the official Karl Rahner Archive in 2011.) It contains some explosive testimony regarding the theological turmoil at the council.
This new church could have both pope and bishops but they would be puppets only; it could talk about dogmas, revelations, and supernatural religion but they would be terms stripped of their former meaning, they would be words without content...
—Fr. Maciej Sieniatycki
Cardinal Marx says he can also picture for the future that laymen would deliver homilies at Mass. The article points out that this is already taking place in Protestant churches. So here again, Cardinal Marx proposes a further Protestantization of the Catholic Church. https://t.co/iRilibt9M6
Some people don’t know the difference between the Third Commandment and the First Precept of the Church: https://t.co/GQdpUdEVut It’s Divine Law that we must keep the Lord’s Day holy but only church law that we must attend Mass—and not just any but a #Catholic one. @nonvenipacem