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I know you are, but what am I?

Then there are the bits that are unintentionally hilarious…

297. It is a matter of reaching out to everyone, of needing to help each person find his or her proper way of participating in the ecclesial community and thus to experience being touched by an “unmerited, unconditional and gratuitous” mercy. No one can be condemned for ever, because that is not the logic of the Gospel! Here I am not speaking only of the divorced and remarried, but of everyone, in whatever situation they find themselves. Naturally, if someone flaunts an objective sin as if it were part of the Christian ideal, or wants to impose something other than what the Church teaches, he or she can in no way presume to teach or preach to others; this is a case of something which separates from the community (cf. Mt 18:17).

More irony a single paragraph…

Way to excommunicate yourself, dude.

Go ahead, laugh. I give y’all permission.

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5 thoughts on “I know you are, but what am I?”

  1. bosco49 says:

    “…but woe to that man by whom the Son of man shall be betrayed. It were better for him, if that man had not been born.” Mark 14:21

    Separated from the community.

  2. Hilary White says:

    Yeah, no body really seems to know what that one means. It could be. It might not be. That’s the whole deal with Francis.

  3. Henry Craft says:

    “No one can be condemned for ever, because that is not the logic of the Gospel!” So is Francis saying that no-one will suffer in Hell forever?

    Progressives will say he is. Conservatives will say he couldn’t mean this. Francis will do nothing to clarify the point. After all, he’s said that he likes creating messes.

  4. Long-Skirts says:

    What the….??!!!!!

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