Pope Francis has again spoken out in a very confusing manner. This time denouncing Catholics who believe in the "absolute truth". Such people, according to the Pope are "...doing evil". This is a very, very serious charge. To whom does the Pope refer? Cardinal Burke, Cardinal Sarah or Cardinal Kasper? Perhaps his close friend, Antonio Spadaro S.J., or Frederico Lombardi S.J. etc.? Maybe the homosexualist Bishop Bonny of Belgium, or His Eminence Thomas Cardinal Collins of Toronto? Is it Cardinal Maestrojuan (who wished to supplant the Law of Christ with that of Moses), or is it Bishop Schneider? Your local parish priest; the sister who teaches catechism? Catholics need to know who is "doing evil".
Perhaps it is the little old lady who goes Mass every day? Perhaps the Catholics of Syria and Africa who are slaughtered for -- the absolute truth?
Perhaps you, dear reader, also believe in the absolute truth? We know that - for example - the Apostles believed that Our Lord was the absolute truth and had given His Truth to His Church. To my recollection, the only apostle who did not believe in absolute truth was Judas.
Today is the Feast Day of St. Edmund Campion. He died for the absolute truth. When we have a Pope who no longer believes in the absolute truth, the "crisis of truth" (of which Pope Benedict spoke) has enthroned itself over the Vatican.