Neapolitan archbishop: “God as the giver of life is offended!”
Rome (kath.net/KAP) Catholics who throw away food, must not receive Communion in the words of Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe. Who destroy the face of millions of hungry people food, put themselves outside of the human family, the Archbishop of Naples said on the sidelines of an environmental conference, as the episcopal Italian Catholic news agency SIR (Friday) reports. This type of waste insulting about the needy addition, “God as the giver of life”.
Furthermore Sepe Mafiosi and operators of illegal dumps spoke from a right to communion. Who disposed of toxic waste in drinking water areas, committing “terrorist attacks against life,” he said, If the person concerned showed no sign of remorse, “there is for them no sacraments in the Church.” Sepe referred to his statement on the Camorra, the between Naples and Caserta in large scale illegal waste burning. “If I was on the death of the other will start a life as those who produce toxic waste, how can I dare then to go into a church and celebrate religious services?” The cardinal outraged. The as “Terra dei fuochi” (“Land the fire “) designated region at Caserta was mainly due to the best-selling author Roberto Saviano international attention, in his book” the activities of the Camorra, the Neapolitan Mafia described Gomorrah “. In July, visited Pope Francis Caserta and condemned this crime and corruption. At his request, attended a trade show also parents whose children had died of tumor diseases due to environmental pollution. The service took place under special precautions.