Papal Irritation with Ignatius Press Book Continues – First victim of Kasper’s attack campaign, Müller tries to justify himself, blames publisher for “unfortunate timing”

“Sorry, Kasper!”

[First post: The Pope is irritated]

An upside-down Church: Kasper, the heresy-promoting destroyer of Church dogma wants to demolish Catholic doctrine on Matrimony with an explosive anti-Catholic theory, but others cannot even react. It is Müller who has to excuse himself for standing with the permanent doctrine of the Church on the matter.
So… lío, mess, chaos, is only allowed when it comes from the approved side, it seems
An astonished Müller: my text was released over one year ago!!
(Gian Guido Vecchi) He does not wish to feed controversy, he is even somewhat disconcerted. “They say I want to oppose, but I don’t wish to oppose anyone!” Cardinal Gerhard Ludwig Müller, Prefect of the former Holy Office, cannot understand what is going on. He has repeated to those closer to him: “This text came out over one year ago, even L’Osservatore Romano published it!”
But in the Vatican there is some irritation with the “editorial operation” that has a past text as a response to Walter Kasper’s introductory lecture to the Synod on the Family. It all began with the publication of the book “Matrimonio e comunione nella Chiesa cattolica” that gathers the texts of five Cardinals opposed to Kasper’s overture, that possibility that remarried divorcees be readmitted to Communion. The book, edited in the United States by Ignatius Press (“Remaining in the Truth of Christ: Marriage and Communion in the Catholic Church”), has been translated into Italian by Cantagalli. Among the authors, the most prominent one is obviously the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
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