Saturday, June 17, 2017

Paving the Way for the Antichrist with Communion to Adulterers: A Sacrilegious Act in Argentina

A high Mass was celebrated in Argentina to give Communion to adulterous couples

Last Sunday, at the Parish Church of San Roque, Reconquista, Santa Fe (Argentina), the local bishop, Macin, appointed by Pope Francis in 2013, carried out a monumental and sacrilegious scandal that clearly showed what there is behind Amoris laetitia.

In this church, he organized a high Mass, in which he publicly reported that according to the norms sent in a letter, more than 6 months ago by Pope Francis, and within the framework of the integration of Christians "marginalized" by their irregular situation of divorced and remarried couples, or by an irregular situation (divorced in a new union), after having carried out a period of 6 months of Saturday meetings called "The Way of Discernment"*, it was ruled, in accordance with the aforementioned (by order of the pope) to INCLUDE THEM IN SACRAMENTAL AND FULL COMMUNION, which happened at the ceremony. At no point did they mention that those people had taken a vow of chastity or lived "as brothers and sisters”.

Communion was given to everyone (about 30 couples) accompanied by their relatives who took photos in a festive mood. No reference was ever made to the scriptures condemning adultery, but they did mention again and again the works of Amoris laetitia, where it is said that divorced and remarried couples should be included in full communion.

This bishop, and all those who follow this type of indications and acts, are simply apostates, wolves dressed in lambs who not only send souls to hell, but also profane the Eucharist, of which they will have to give an account before God.

This news is confirmed by (the website) Adelante la Fe, by eyewitnesses and, if there is any doubt, it can be checked in the local information.

* Editorial Note: "Discernment" in the "modernist" language means: Methodology to seek a "justification" to break the Commandments of the Law of God.