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Thursday, March 21, 2013

Canon Lawyer Urges Archbishop Cordileone to Withhold Communion

Nancy Pelosi receiving Communion in Rome at the pope's installation where she is no cause celebre is understandable. She Is, after all, as Dr. Ed Peter's says America's problem, not Rome's. But isn't it time that someone cares enough about this obstinate public sinner to warn her -- for the sake of her own soul? Dr. Peters thinks so:
For her sake, therefore, and for those confused by the chronic scandal she gives, Pelosi needs to be formally warned against taking holy Communion for so long as she promotes, as consistent with our Catholic faith, a variety of gravely immoral policies (per cc. 916, 1339); ministers, meanwhile, in her environs need to be directed to withhold Communion from her till advised otherwise by the competent ecclesiastical authority (per c. 915). [i.e., that means Archbishop Cordileone in California and Cardinal Donald Wuerl in Washington, D.C.]
Read more here.

Now, won't it be interesting
if Archbishop Cordileone refuses Pelosi Communion and Cardinal Wuerl welcomes her to commit sacrilege at the altar? That would be a fulfillment of the prophecy of Akita:
"The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against bishops. The priests who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their confreres...churches and altars sacked; the Church will be full of those who accept compromises and the demon will press many priests and consecrated souls to leave the service of the Lord. 
"The demon will be especially implacable against souls consecrated to God. The thought of the loss of so many souls is the cause of my sadness. If sins increase in number and gravity, there will be no longer pardon for them"
Hmm...sounds familiar eh? Keep your rosary running through your fingers that the Holy Spirit will infuse our shepherds with fortitude and zeal for the house of God. Too many put the almighty dollar and their own comfort before almighty God.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Archbishop Cordileone might well go with this--he is an honest and brave man, but as for Cardinal Wuerl: pigs will fly before we see him change his policies--just ask Fr Guarnizo