Cardinal Kasper: Sacraments for remarried divorcees only in ‘special circumstances’


Cardinal Kasper is a Modernist Heretic!  Sacraments for remarried only in Certain Circumstances!!!  Are you freaking kidding me!  Giving permission to commit adultery then allowing the adulterers to  profane the name above all names and permitting the horrific grave sin of sacrilege for receiving Holy Communion without prior confession and making amends with God and Not obeying  the words of our Lord ‘GO AND SIN NO MORE!!!  Jesus cannot enter therein  where it is not Holy!   God Will not be Mocked!!  This Bastard should be Ex-Communicated   because he is a Full-fledged Heretic!  You can bet he will do as he pleases when he is in Germany.

Cha-Ching $$$  but it will cost the offenders.  The German church is wealthy, very wealthy.  Its wealth has been estimated at €430 billion with interests ranging from television stations to mineral water. In Germany money talks and they hand over a great deal of money  to the Holy See and so everything is hushed and they have been doing this for years!!!  What is next for the Heretical freemason, abortion only in special circumstances??? The text is in 200 copies in circulation,  it will go viral and you can bet the Mass Media will have a field day with the talk! Here comes the shocker (well maybe not), the Pope praised the “profound theology” of the lecture!!  The theological foundation in Kaspers about two hours lecture could not be challenged. One cannot put themselves above God well I guess Kasper can or so he thinks.  Adultery is an injustice. He who commits adultery fails in his commitment. He does injury to the sign of the covenant which the marriage bond is, transgresses the rights of the other spouse, and undermines the institution of marriage by breaking the contract on which it is based. He compromises the good of human generation and the welfare of children who need their parents’ stable union.  — Catechism of the Catholic Church, 2335

  He who commits adultery lacks sense;  he who does it destroys himself. He will get wounds and dishonor, and his disgrace will not be wiped away. For jealousy makes a man furious, and he will not spare when he takes revenge. He will accept no compensation; he will refuse though you multiply gifts.

— Proverbs 6:32-35

I believe Cheap and Fast Annulments will be the order of the day. Obviously you cannot go against Gods Holy Word and  break any of Gods commandments. 


In his speech on the first day of the extraordinary consistory on the family, Cardinal Walter Kasper dealt with the issue of the administration of the sacraments to divorced people who have entered into a civil union…

Vatican Insider: Kasper’s proposal for remarried divorcees

The Church cannot question the words of Jesus on the indissolubility of marriage. Whoever expects the Consistory and the Synod to come up with “easy”, general solutions that apply to everyone, are mistaken. But given the difficulties which families today face and the huge rise in the number of failed marriages, new paths can be explored in order to respond to the deep needs of divorced people who have remarried as part of a civil union, who recognise their failure, convert and after a period of penance ask to be re-admitted to the sacraments. This is the opinion put forward by Cardinal Walter Kasper in a long speech to the Consistory’s cardinals and the Pope this morning. Francis had asked the German theologian not to come up with answers but to raise questions. And this seems to be what Kasper has done.  Kasper is a self professed heretic and if we had a pope in the vatican he would strip him of his title and send him packing but unfortunately we have a Modernist Pope who does not Judge!!   October should be very interesting, in the meantime we must fast and pray Francis resigns or is Removed!!!  For the Good of the Holy Catholic Church and all of us poor sinners!!

 Most importantly, Kasper invited cardinals to consider the problem of remarried divorcees, and to look at this issue from the point of view of those who are suffering and asking for help. They must be encouraged to participate in Church life. Also because there are cases where it is patently clear that every possible effort made to save the marriage has failed. There is an element of heroism in abandoned spouses who go it alone and are left to raise children on their own. But there are many abandoned spouses who remarry, entering civil unions, also for the good of their children, but who cannot renounce their new marriage without fresh guilt.

Kasper explained that the Church cannot offer a solution that is different or which opposes Jesus’ words. The indissolubility of sacramental marriage and the impossibility of entering into a new marriage while a person’s former partner is still living cannot be done away with or dissolved on mercy grounds. After all, as the cardinals pointed out, mercy and faithfulness go together.

But Kasper pointed out that no human situation is completely devoid of hope or lacking a solution. However low a person can go, they can never fall beneath God’s mercy. 

The cardinals spoke about the steps the Church has already taken over the past century: In the 1917 Code of Canon Law, divorced people who remarried in a civil ceremony were considered bigamous, public concubines, infamous and even liable for excommunication. The new Code promulgated by John Paul II does away with these punishments: remarried divorcees are not excommunicated, in fact they are confirmed as still being members of the Church.

 According to Kasper, the Church today finds itself in a similar situation to what it was in after the last Council, the Second Vatican Council. Back then too, there were encyclicals, pronouncements and decisions issued by the Holy Office on questions such as ecumenism and religious freedom, which seemed to preclude other possible solutions. The Second Vatican Council opened some new doors without violating the Church’s sacred dogmatic tradition. So the cardinal wonders whether in a similar manner, this cannot be taken further, extending change to the situation of remarried divorcees but without wiping out the core tradition of the faith.

There is no general solution to this issue, the cardinal explained. He referred to an example John Paul II used in the “Familiaris consortio” of the remarried divorcees who were consciously, personally convinced that their previous marital bond having been irretrievably broken, was never valid in the first place. But this cannot be judged subjectively. Having said that, the legal path is not the only solution either.

 Try to solve the issue by softening the annulment procedure for marriages would give the impression that the Catholic Church was being dishonest and actually secretly grants divorces.

Kasper observed that remarried divorcees cannot receive sacramental communion but can receive spiritual communion if they are spiritually virtuous: the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith and Benedict XVI reiterated this at a world meeting of families in Milan. But when a person receives spiritual communion, they are considered as one with Jesus Christ. So how can they contradict a commandment issued by Jesus himself? Why can’t they receive sacramental communion as well?

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