The Meaning of Catholic
Uniting Catholics Against the Enemies of Holy Church
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November 29, 2019 at 10:24 pm
So, you worshipped the pachamamma idol and found it distasteful? You are afraid of a piece of wood you don’t understand and feel that judging the Pope and all those invited to the Garden you weren’t invited to is a good thing and would like to continue to incite the public against the Holy Father based upon your personal judgments against him and those there? Canon 1373: “One who publically either stirs up hostilities or hatred among subjects against the Apostolic See or against an ordinary on account of some act of ecclesiastical power or ministry or incites subjects to disobey them is to be punished by an interdict or by other just penalties.” So, what do you think you deserve for your rant against some pieces of wood found in a local church that you didn’t approve of? God bless. Ginnyfree.
December 19, 2019 at 11:56 pm
When Paul resisted Peter in public, St. Thomas says it was an act of charity. Saints such as Catherine of Siena or Hildegard of Bingen also did the same to clerics, bishops and popes. The canon you cite is not to be observed in the case where the pope commands a manifest sin.