A German Parish in the Archdiocese of Freiburg Goes into Schism
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Edit: There have been earlier suggestions of Schism in the German speaking areas denied by Cardinal Kasper. Despite denials, the ever reliable Vaticanista Tornielli who aired these suspicions last Month is seemingly being proven correct. First these rumors, then the priest revolt in Vienna against Cardinal Schönborn, and then this even, are coming to a head to perhaps realize something which has been a de facto schism all along.

"Ecumenical Parish of St. Peter in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Freiburg" declared their new self-designation as a formerly Catholic Parish. It declared that the "unspeakable division of Christianity" is "at an end for us".

Bruchsal (kath.net) A Roman Catholic Parish in the Archdiocese of Freiburg will declare publicly that it does not want to be Roman Catholic any longer. The "unspeakable division of Christianity" explained the Pastoral Council of St. Peter in Bruchsal is "at an end for us". The Community which has been, till now, Catholic, will describe itself as the "Ecumenical Parish of St. Peter in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Freiburg".

http://eponymousflower.blogspot.com/2011...se-of.html
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#2
The fruits of Vatican II. The new evangelization is paying off.  ;)
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How do you revolt against Schonborn?  ???
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This is great. I'm glad that heretics are actually leaving rather than trying to poison the Church from within. Rome should just let them vanish and say 'good riddance.'
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+S's priests are like that probably becz he encourages them as salus suggested, but who knows, perhaps +S can turn around too?
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What seems clear to me is that in places like Chur Switzerland, Linz Austria and Vienna, the Official State Church has been fulminating against Rome on behalf of the usual initiatives.
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"Ecumenical Parish of St. Peter in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Freiburg"

Interesting choice of words. Traditionalists have been screaming for 40 years that the "ecumenical" movement of Vatican II presents a new religion. What one word do these schismatics use to define their faith community? "Ecumenical Parish."
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Ironic that The "unspeakable division of Christianity" has resulted in further division for them... ::)
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Ecumenical usually means ,no morals or hard sayings of Jesus here.
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(07-12-2011, 11:37 AM)salus Wrote: Ecumenical usually means ,no morals or hard sayings of Jesus here.
And no dogma or truth, either. Why bother--I'd rather stay home and make cheeseburgers.
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