Pope Francis in 2005: Defend the right to life even if they ‘have you killed’
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If he is rigid on moral teaching, what good would it do if he concurrently said, or gave the impression by his actions, that the First Commandment did not matter or that the Catholic Church was not the sole beacon of truth and was really just one path of many to God?

If he does "Assisi IV", in word or deed, then the conclusion of most Catholics will be that contraception, abortion, euthanasia and divorce are choices left to their conscience.  After all, it makes no rational sense if other religions can do these things and still be saved, because those religions are also salvic, that those same actions will lead to the damnation of Catholics.

This is the heart of the issue.  Modernism is not rationally consistent, nor, very often can you take the thoughts and views of modernists to be the same as the words that come out of their mouth.
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Re: Pope Francis in 2005: Defend the right to life even if they ‘have you killed’ - by ggreg - 03-16-2013, 10:44 PM



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