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Cardinal Gerhard Müller Calls COVID-Related Sacrament Restrictions ‘Grave Sin’

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Dec 2, 2021.

  1. Michie

    Michie Human rights begin in the womb. Supporter

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    In an interview with the Register, the German cardinal also warned against bishops and priests who ‘offer themselves as courtiers to the rulers of this world and make themselves their propagandists.’


    Some politicians, mainstream media and Big Tech have “ruthlessly exploited” COVID-19 to promote “totalitarian thinking” that has even led to division within families, Cardinal Gerhard Müller has observed.

    In a Dec. 1 email interview with the Register, the prefect emeritus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith also said that the response of some bishops and priests to close churches or deny the sacraments is a “grave sin” that goes against their “God-given authority.”

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    Cardinal Gerhard Müller Calls COVID-Related Sacrament Restrictions ‘Grave Sin’
     
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  2. Lost4words

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    All vaccines have a limited temporal effect. No medicine or technical invention can save us from temporal and eternal death. The Bread that Jesus gives is the cure for eternal death and — without an expiration date — the food for eternal life. “Whoever eats this bread will live forever” (John 6:51)
     
  3. rturner76

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    My parish stopped giving out the blood. I feel like something is missing but I'm still glad to get the bread of life. My mom said that is all people used to get when she was young. I just pray it will come back soon.

    When I called myself a Methodist, that church had these tiny little cups. I would think they could do that.

    I hope one could at least get it by special request.
     
  4. Lost4words

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    Maybe the priest could dip the body into the blood before giving it to the person?
     
  5. rturner76

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    I think if they do it quickly enough it could work. The host melts pretty quickly
     
  6. pdudgeon

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    The main problem that would need to be overcome would be the required distancing.
    Right now it's not possible.:groupray:
     
  7. chevyontheriver

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    The closers cared far far more for physical health than spiritual health.
     
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