This Apparently Happened In A Catholic Church In Argentina
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The church marriage of a man and a trans woman in the south of the country has already raised controversy. The bishop of Santa Cruz and Tierra del Fuego, Monsignor Jorge García Cuerva, affirmed this Sunday that from the episcopal headquarters of the Diocese of Río Gallegos, this celebration was not authorized and that “the priest in question has already been properly warned“. https://pledgetimes.com/the-reaction-of-...-a-parish/

                                      From other sources

 https://www.catholicworldreport.com/2021...uthorized/

 https://www.tfp.org/let-pope-francis-speak-out/  


                                       "The priest in question has already been properly warned"  What's that suppose to mean ? His Bishop will smack his little bottom if he does it again ?
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(02-26-2021, 07:28 PM)Eric F Wrote: "The priest in question has already been properly warned"

Because two men can't marry, the priest is guilty of simulating a sacrament (in addition to promoting sodomy and self-mutilation.)  This is excommunication territory.
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The fact that he hasn't been removed speaks volumes.
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(02-26-2021, 07:35 PM)ChairmanJoeAintMyPresident Wrote:
(02-26-2021, 07:28 PM)Eric F Wrote: "The priest in question has already been properly warned"

Because two men can't marry, the priest is guilty of simulating a sacrament (in addition to promoting sodomy and self-mutilation.)  This is excommunication territory.

The Priest did not simulate a sacrament, since the ministers of tye Sacrament of Matrimony are the man and woman marrying. He did, however, witness a simulation of matrimony and allow his Parish Church to be fouled by the perversion, so I agree that he should be laicised and excommunicated.

Quote:CCC 1623 According to Latin tradition, the spouses as ministers of Christ's grace mutually confer upon each other the sacrament of Matrimony by expressing their consent before the Church. In the tradition of the Eastern Churches, the priests (bishops or presbyters) are witnesses to the mutual consent given by the spouses, but for the validity of the sacrament their blessing is also necessary.
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(02-27-2021, 12:24 AM)jovan66102 Wrote: The Priest did not simulate a sacrament, since the ministers of tye Sacrament of Matrimony are the man and woman marrying. He did, however, witness a simulation of matrimony and allow his Parish Church to be fouled by the perversion, so I agree that he should be laicised and excommunicated.

Good catch. But does he need to be the minister in order to simulate it? In light of the canonical form requirement, the simulation could not have proceeded without his blessing and participation.
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