Religion clean and undefiled before God and the Father, is this: to visit the
and widows in their tribulation...(James 1:27)
What doth it profit a man to attend Latin Masses, but not live like the Good Samaritan?
Sunday, 19 October 2014
Will the 2015 Synod on the Family end up producing a document both heterodox and orthodox? Yes, Rome did it in 1969-1979
New reports from the Holy See Press Office claim that the 2014, MOnday Homosexualist THREE paragraph declaration is still not dead (so speaketh Fr. Thomas Rosica), though rejected by the Fathers.
The entire situation is reminding me of the scandalous and heretical definition of the Mass issused in 1969, only to be withdrawn ansd replaced with a new version in 1970. However, the innovators never accepted or recanted their error; merely, they juxtaposed error with truth. See below.
ORIGINAL TEXT OF 1969
“The Lord’s Supper or the Mass is the sacred assembly or gathering together of the people of God, under the presidency of a priest, to celebrate the memorial of the Lord. That is why the promise of Christ : ‘ Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them ’ (Mt 18.20) applies in a special way to this local gathering of Holy Church".
CORRECTED TEXT OF MAY 1970
“ In the Mass or the Lord’s Supper, the people of God come together, under the presidency of a priest who represents Christ, to celebrate the memorial of the Lord or Eucharistic sacrifice. That is why the promise of Christ : ‘ Where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them ’ (Mt 18.20) applies in a special way to this local gathering of Holy Church. ”For in the celebration of the Mass, in which the sacrifice of the Cross is perpetuated, Christ is really present in the very community which has gathered in His name, in the person of the minister, in His Word, and indeed substantially and continuously under the Eucharistic species".
UPDATE: THE ORIGINAL 1969 DOCUMENT PROMULGATED BY ROME IS AVAILABLE (SOURCE) Ottaviani Intervention: (SOURCE)