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You can argue with a Marxist, but not with a Catholic progressive.

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Oct 27, 2021.

  1. Michie

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    Today at The Catholic Thing there is an essay by Francis X. Maier about how Francis is perceived by the left and by the right (to use rapid, sketch terms).

    In the main, he seems to be willing – as Catholics ought – to cut Francis some slack. He makes the point that Catholics love their popes. My phrase, but something he clearly expressed: “Like many American Catholics, respect for the Holy Father is hardwired into my DNA.” He is right to underscore such a thing, for it is incumbent on Catholics to love. We are not, however, commanded to like our neighbor… any neighbor, far or near.

    What struck me was Maier’s bit toward the end, which makes a point I’ve been making here for a while. My emphases and comments:

    The pope’s closing remarks to the 2015 synod on the family came across to many of those present as petulant and scolding. [This is the synod that was clearly “rigged”, even to the point of concluding documents being written already as committees met, books were stolen from participants’ mailboxes, and Card. Kasper’s curious ravings were on high display.] And his promoters in the years since have, to put it mildly, lacked charity in dealing with anyone seen as “conservative,” and thus inimical to the Francis pontificate’s more progressive approach to the issues of Church and world.

    Continued below.
    https://wdtprs.com/2021/10/you-can-argue-with-a-marxist-but-not-with-a-catholic-progressive/
     
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