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Bishop Synod Will End with the Beatification of Paul VI., the Pope of Humanae Vitae -- Partipation of Benedict XVI
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(Rome) The current Extraordinary Synod of Bishops gathered in the Vatican concludes on October 19 with the beatification of Paul VI., The Pope of the encyclical Humanae Vitae . No document of the papal Magisterium of recent times created more hostility and brought open resistance and disobedience within the Church  as much as this encyclical. It represents the Church's response to the sexual revolution and was therefore anti-cyclical in open contradiction of the prevailing zeitgeist.

The sexual revolution had aimed at the disinhibition of sexual impulses, the targets were apparently taboo sexual behaviors, perversions and identity disorders. The ideological currents behind it, which provided the theoretical framework and pushed forward the enforcement may be named exactly. They are located in the left-wing spectrum, whether left-libertarian or Marxist, supported by "sexologists" who themselves suffered from perverse sexual pathologies.



Encyclical Humanae vitae: Response to Sexual Revolution


However, the core of the sexual revolution was the birth control pill, which sought to separate the sexual act between man and woman from conception and intruded in the relationship between the sexes, shook  marriage and the family. Its biggest promotion was experienced through the often racist ideologues of population control. Pope Paul VI. however, affirmed the openness of the sexual act for the transmission of life and thus the ban on contraceptives.

The encyclical is often referred to as "prophetic". Firstly, because it came in conflict with the spirit of the times. On the other hand, because it was written in opposition to the more common attitude in the Church that sought an arrangement with the prevailing zeitgeist and wanted to allow artificial contraception. A recommendation that was pronounced by both of the commissions appointed for its study by John XXIII and of  Paul VI..

The episcopate of the German-speaking world following the publication of the encyclical was in 1968, in open rebellion and refused obedience in the Königstein (Germany), Mariatroster (Austria) and Solothurn (Switzerland) Declarations. The above statements have not been lifted to this day. The reasoning behind it reminds me strangely of those of Cardinal Kasper to the weakening of the marriage sacrament: the gap between "practice in life" of the people and Church doctrine, which should be overcome by adapting the teaching to the practice. And the German episcopate is found again in the footsteps of disobedience as already in 1968's disobedience brings forth new disobedience?



Benedict XVI. participates in the beatification of the Pope, who created him a Cardinal


Meanwhile,  emeritus Pope Benedict XVI. has made it known that he will participate at the beatification of Paul VI. He participated at the end  of April in the canonization of his predecessor John Paul II., and John XXIII.

Paul VI. created Jospeh Ratzinger, then archbishop of Munich-Freising, Cardinal. The recognized miracles, with which the beatification process was completed successfully, relates to the healing of an unborn child early 90s in California.The doctors who discovered a serious health problem in the fetus, the young mother, recommended as the only remaining solution, to kill the child by abortion.

The mother refused and instead trusted in Divine Providence. As an advocate, they turned to Paul VI. because of his encyclical Humanae vitae for the protection of human life.



Approved Wonder Reaffirms Defense of Life


The child was born without problems and completely healthy. Meanwhile, the child without health complaints has come into adulthood. The postulator for the beatification process called the healing in "accordance with the Magisterium" of the Pope. A miracle in the "defense of life, family and marriage", which is dedicated to the encyclical. Cardinal Antonio Cañizares, who was just returned by Pope Francis as Archbishop of Valencia in Spain, former prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship, told Info Vaticana that the Positio of Paul VI. was the most impressive was that he had read in his life.

Text: Giuseppe Nardi
image: InfoVaticana

Trans: Tancred vekron99@hotmail.com

Link to Katholisches...

AMDG
All because of a single courageous document...? Seems a bit of a stretch. We need the Devil's Advocate back.
The beatification of Paul VI is a shame, after his pontificate and his personal life were exposed in details in several books and press articles in the seventies-nineties.
Paul VI in no way can be proposed as a model of heroic virtues.
(10-07-2014, 05:10 PM)Heorot Wrote: [ -> ]All because of a single courageous document...? Seems a bit of a stretch. We need the Devil's Advocate back.

That single act of courage may be the only thing holding the modernist and liberal bishops back from out-right disaster.
The episcopate of the German-speaking world following the publication of the encyclical was in 1968, in open rebellion and refused obedience in the Königstein (Germany), Mariatroster (Austria) and Solothurn (Switzerland) Declarations. The above statements have not been lifted to this day. The reasoning behind it reminds me strangely of those of Cardinal Kasper to the weakening of the marriage sacrament: the gap between "practice in life" of the people and Church doctrine, which should be overcome by adapting the teaching to the practice. And the German episcopate is found again in the footsteps of disobedience as already in 1968's disobedience brings forth new disobedience?


This public disobedience of the German speaking bishops says more about them than it does about Paul VI. I remember when tha tdocument was promulgated. Yet it was not until 2005 that I was able to get hold of a copy of the document and actually read it. When I did I was surprised. Everything that Pope Paul VI said would happen has come to pass. 
I have read things about Paul VI that I will not reproduce here that lead me to fear that, far from being a saint, Paul VI is probably damned for all eternity. Of course, we can never be sure about this, so I will pray for his soul, as I would wish others to pray for me.

Any catholic who thinks Paul VI was a great pope or deserves to be declared a saint should read Fr. Luigi Villa´s book: "Paul VI, beatified?"
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(10-08-2014, 04:06 AM)santodomingo Wrote: [ -> ]I have read things about Paul VI that I will not reproduce here that lead me to fear that, far from being a saint, Paul VI is probably damned for all eternity. Of course, we can never be sure about this, so I will pray for his soul, as I would wish others to pray for me.

Any catholic who thinks Paul VI was a great pope or deserves to be declared a saint should read Fr. Luigi Villa´s book: "Paul VI, beatified?"

This book is going for $371 bucks online!! What the heck??
Paul VI isn't going to be declared a saint; Vatican II is just going to be reaffirmed. You know, as was the case with the last two "canonizations."  Can John Paul I be far behind?  When they get to Francis, probably not that many years in the future given the current standards, we'll know everything has completely gone off the rails. It is becoming more and more clear that the magisterium  has been leaving the Church for 45 years. 
(10-08-2014, 09:53 AM)51olds Wrote: [ -> ]
(10-08-2014, 04:06 AM)santodomingo Wrote: [ -> ]I have read things about Paul VI that I will not reproduce here that lead me to fear that, far from being a saint, Paul VI is probably damned for all eternity. Of course, we can never be sure about this, so I will pray for his soul, as I would wish others to pray for me.

Any catholic who thinks Paul VI was a great pope or deserves to be declared a saint should read Fr. Luigi Villa´s book: "Paul VI, beatified?"

This book is going for $371 bucks online!! What the heck??
It's free here: http://www.chiesaviva.com/paoloVI%20beatoin.pdf
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