In it Scalfari has the pope denying hell.
Scalfari: Pope Thinks Jesus Was Not God
Will it be punished? And how? The response of Francis is distinct and clear: there is no punishment, but the annihilation of that soul. All the others will participate in the beatitude of living in the presence of the Father. The souls that are annihilated will not take part in that banquet; with the death of the body their journey is finished. The text does not have quotation marks around any of the statements attributed to the Holy Father.
Moreover, the Vatican has not published this latest interview on their website. This growing sense of mistrust toward him whom we should be able to look for clarity and guidance grows wearisome, especially when the reports of disconcerting papal opinions grow in number, with never a word of correction from the Holy Father himself, and are left with only the vague, half-hearted denials fielded from the Holy See Press Office to console us.
He is reliably atheist.
He has been reliably anti-Catholic. He is reliably committed to his own way of conducting interviews and then reconstructing them from memory — as Fr. Lombardi after the very first one was published:. Pressed by reporters on the reliability of the direct quotations, Lombardi said during an Oct.
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This, it seems, is the rhetorical smoking gun. Where is the evidence that having been burned before, he has made an effort not to be misrepresented again? Fool me twice, shame on me. RNS Pope Francis has done it again: Just two weeks after the publication of a lengthy, detailed interview in which he expounded on his new vision for the church he has given another interview, this time with the atheist editor of an Italian daily.
Francis had recently written an open letter to Eugenio Scalfari of La Repubblica , and then called the editor up out of the blue — as is his habit. The exchange, Scalfari wrote, went like this:. You wrote me a letter asking to meet me in person. At Santa Marta. The first thing I decided was to appoint a group of eight cardinals to be my advisers.
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Not courtiers but wise people who share my own feelings. This is the beginning of a Church with an organization that is not just top-down but also horizontal. This Vatican-centric view neglects the world around us. Often bosses are narcissists. The court is the leprosy of the papacy.
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Clericalism should not have anything to do with Christianity. They have been crushed by the present. You tell me: Can you live crushed under the weight of the present? Without a memory of the past and without the desire to look ahead to the future by building something, a future, a family? Can you go on like this?
gueblaclenmele.tk This, to me, is the most urgent problem that the Church is facing. We need to get to know each other, listen to each other and improve our knowledge of the world around us. Sometimes after a meeting I want to arrange another one because new ideas are born and I discover new needs.
This is important: to get to know people, listen, expand the circle of ideas. The world is crisscrossed by roads that come closer together and move apart, but the important thing is that they lead towards the Good.
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