The pack of lies told by the Synodal elite to push their heretical agendas

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At the last Synodal Assembly it was suggested that in Australia and Flanders same-sex couples and divorced remarried couples were already being blessed – with the Pope’s blessing, so to speak, at least, according to Flemish Bishop Johan Bonny, the Pope had not opposed anything. An analysis of the “New Beginning” shows that this is not the case. Helmut Müller, Academic Director at the Institute for Catholic Theology at the University of Koblenz, states: “The Australians simply do not correct church teaching with human-scientific arguments that are also hermeneutically misunderstood. And the Flemish bishops are defending themselves against false interpretations just one day after publication.” The way in which the Synodal Path deals with the text of the Australian bishops arouses the suspicion “that elements of human scientific knowledge are being played off against church teaching”. . But that is not the case.

“No gender diversity is spoken for”

Two statements from the Fifth Synodal Assembly aimed to present Australia and Flanders as pioneers and role models in dealing with gender diversity and blessing same-sex partnerships. The synodal path’s plot text “Dealing with Gender Diversity” claims that the recently published guidelines of the Australian Bishops’ Conference “Created and Loved. A guide for Catholic school and identity and gender” would contradict the Educational Congrentation document “Male and female he created them”.

The opposite is the case. The theologian and philosopher Müller has scrutinized all the texts and states: “No gender diversity is spoken for”. While the corresponding passage in the paper of the synodal path is read “that church pronouncements … have to be rewritten or corrected”, the Australian Bishops’ Conference emphasizes “the dual gender and the ability to relate to one another and to God” and points out “the complementarity of women and Man as a good part of creation”.

Not a word on the blessing of same-sex partnerships

“Created and loved” is a handout for Catholic school principals, says Müller, “and wants to orientate between the teaching of the church, human scientific knowledge and political, cultural and social reception”. A distinction is made between teaching, pastoral work, practice and church terminology in comparison to secular terminology. Contrary to the assertions of the Synodal Path, the original shows that the Australian bishops, in “theological reflection, then classify human-scientific findings in their model and not vice versa” in Christian anthropology.


The pack of lies told by the Synodal elite to push their heretical agendas

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