“Atti sacrileghi”: cento studiosi cattolici firmano documento anti-Bergoglio

Non solo l’azione di “idolatria della dea pagana Pachamama”: nell’atto di accusa contro quelli che vengono definiti come “atti sacrileghi” compiuti secondo il loro giudizio da Papa Francesco, i cento firmatari del documento anti-Bergoglio inseriscono anche la firma e l’interpretazione del ‘Documento sulla Fraternità Umana’ che il Pontefice ha siglato il 4 febbraio scorso con il Grande Imam della moschea di Al-Azhar, considerato la massima autorità teologica islamica.

I firmatari del documento anti-Papa Francesco sottolineano che “l’autorizzazione ad adorare chiunque o qualsiasi cosa diversa dall’unico vero Dio, la Santissima Trinità, è una violazione del Primo Comandamento. Certamente ogni partecipazione a qualsiasi forma di venerazione degli idoli è condannata da questo Comandamento ed è un peccato oggettivamente grave, indipendentemente dalla colpevolezza soggettiva, che solo Dio può giudicare”.

Quindi, “con immenso dolore e profondo amore per la Cattedra di Pietro, imploriamo Dio Onnipotente di risparmiare ai membri colpevoli della Sua Chiesa sulla terra, la punizione che meritano per questi terribili peccati. Chiediamo rispettosamente a Papa Francesco di pentirsi pubblicamente e senza ambiguità, di questi peccati oggettivamente gravi e di tutte le trasgressioni pubbliche che ha commesso contro Dio e la vera religione, e di riparare questi oltraggi”.

Inoltre, “chiediamo rispettosamente a tutti i vescovi della Chiesa Cattolica di rivolgere una correzione fraterna a Papa Francesco per questi scandali, e di ammonire i loro greggi che, in base a quanto affermato dall’insegnamento della fede Cattolica divinamente rivelato, se seguiranno l’attuale Papa nell’offesa contro il Primo Comandamento, rischiano la dannazione eterna“.

PAPA: ECCO I NOMI DEI 100 FIRMATARI DEL DOCUMENTO ANTI-BERGOGLIO. Sono cento i firmatari del documento di “protesta contro gli atti sacrileghi di Papa Francesco”, redatto in sette lingue e siglato lo scorso 9 novembre, nel giorno in cui il calendario liturgico celebra la dedicazione della Basilica Lateranense. In rigoroso ordine alfabetico, sul documento si leggono le firme di: Dr Gerard J.M. van den Aardweg, The Netherlands; Dr Robert Adams, medical physician in Emergency & Family Medicine; Donna F. Bethell, J.D.; Tom Bethell, senior editor of The American Spectator and book author; Dr Biagio Buonomo, PhD in Ancient Christianity History and former culture columnist (1990-2013) for L’Osservatore Romano; François Billot de Lochner, President of Liberté politique, France; Rev. Deacon Andrew Carter B.Sc. (Hons.) ARCS DipPFS Leader, Marriage & Family Life Commission, Diocese of Portsmouth, England; Mr. Robert Cassidy, STL; Dr Michael Cawley, PhD, Psychologist, Former University Instructor, Pennsylvania, USA; Dr Erick Chastain, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Department of Psychiatry, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Fr Linus F Clovis; Lynn Colgan Cohen, M.A., O.F.S.; Dr Colin H. Jory, MA, PhD, Historian, Canberra, Australia; Rev Edward B. Connolly, Pastor Emeritus, St. Joseph Parish St. Vincent de Paul Parish, Girardville PA; Prof. Roberto de Mattei, Former Professor of the History of Christianity, European University of Rome, former Vice President of the National Research Council (CNR). Prosegue la lista: José Florencio Domínguez, philologist and translator; Deacon Nick Donnelly, MA Catholic Pastoral & Educational Studies (Spiritual Formation), England; Fr Thomas Edward Dorn, pastor of Holy Redeemer Parish in New Bremen OH in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati; Fr Stefan Dreher FSSP, Stuttgart, Germany; Dr Michael B. Ewbank, PhD in Philosophy, Loras College, retired, USA; Fr Jerome Fasano, Pastor, St John the Baptist Church, Front Royal, Virginia, USA; Dr James Fennessy, MA, MSW, JD, LCSW, Matawan, New Jersey, USA; Christopher A. Ferrara, J.D., Founding President of the American Catholic Lawyers’ Association; Fr Jay Finelli, Tiverton, RI, USA; Prof. Michele Gaslini, Professor of Public Law, University of Udine, Italy; Dr Linda M. Goulash, M.D.; Dr Maria Guarini STB, Pontificia Università Seraphicum, Rome; editor of the website Chiesa e postconcilio.

La lista dei firmatari continua con: Fr Brian W. Harrison, OS, STD, associate professor of theology of the Pontifical Catholic University of Puerto Rico (retired), Scholar-in-Residence, Oblates of Wisdom Study Center, St. Louis, Missouri, USA; Sarah Henderson DCHS MA (RE & Catechetics) BA (Mus); Prof. Robert Hickson PhD, Retired Professor of Literature and of Strategic-Cultural Studies; Dr Maike Hickson PhD, Writer and Journalist; Prof., Dr.rer.pol., Dr.rer.nat. Rudolf Hilfer, Professor of Theoretical Physics at Universität Stuttgart; Fr John Hunwicke, Former Senior Research Fellow, Pusey House, Oxford; Fr Edward J. Kelty, OS, JCD, Defensor Vinculi, SRNC rota romana 2001-19, Former Judicial Vicar, Archdiocese of Ferrara, Judge, Archdiocese of Ferrara. E ancora: Dr Ivo Kerže, prof. phil.; Dr Thomas Klibengajtis, former Assistant Professor of Catholic Systematic Theology, Institute of Catholic Theology, Technical University Dresden, Germany; Dr Peter A. Kwasniewski, PhD, USA; Dr John Lamont, DPhil (Oxon.); Dr Dorotea Lancellotti, catechist, co-founder of the website: https://cooperatores-veritatis.org/; Dr Ester Ledda, consecrated laywoman, co-founder of the website https://cooperatores-veritatis.org/; Fr Patrick Magee, FLHF a Franciscan of Our Lady of the Holy Family, canonical hermit in the Diocese of Fall River, Massachusetts; Dr Carlo Manetti, jurist and lecturer, Italy. Prosegue l’elenco: Dr Christopher Manion, PhD, KM, Humanae Vitae Coalition, Front Royal, Virginia, USA; Antonio Marcantonio, MA; Michael J. Matt, Editor, The Remnant, USA; Jean-Pierre Maugendre, general delegate, Renaissance catholique, France; Msgr John F. McCarthy, JCD, STD, retired professor of moral theology, Pontifical Lateran University; Prof. Brian M. McCall, Orpha and Maurice Merrill Professor in Law, Special Advisor to the Provost for Online Education, University of Oklahoma; Patricia McKeever, B.Ed. M.Th. Editor, Catholic Truth, Scotland; Mary Angela McMenamin, MA in Biblical Theology from John Paul the Great Catholic University; Fr Cor Mennen, lecturer canon law at the diocesan Seminary of ‘s-Hertogenbosch and member of the cathedral chapter; Rev Michael Menner, Pastor; Dr Stéphane Mercier, Ph.D., S.T.B., former research fellow and lecturer at the University of Louvain; David Moss, President, Association of Hebrew Catholics, St. Louis, Missouri.

Altri firmatari, in ordine alfabetico: Dr Claude E Newbury, M.B. B.Ch., D.T.M & H., D.P.H., D.O.H., M.F.G.P., D.C.H., D.A., M. Prax Med.; Prof. Giorgio Nicolini, writer, Director of ”Tele Maria”; Fr John O’Neill, STB, Dip TST, Priest of the Diocese of Parramatta, member of Australian Society of Authors; Fr Guy Pagès, Archdiocese of Paris, France; Prof. Paolo Pasqualucci, Professor of Philosophy (retired), University of Perugia, Italy; Fr Dean P. Perri, Diocese of Providence, Our Lady of Loreto Church; Dr Brian Charles Phillips, MD; Dr Mary Elizabeth Phillips, MD; Dr Robert Phillips, Professor (emeritus) Philosophy: Oxford University, Wesleyan University, University of Connecticut; Prof. Claudio Pierantoni, Professor of Medieval Philosophy, University of Chile and former Professor of Church History and Patrology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Prosegue l’elenco: Prof. Enrico Maria Radaelli, Professor of Aesthetic Philosophy and Director of the Department of Aesthetic Philosophy of the International Science and Commonsense Association (ISCA), Rome, Italy; Dr Carlo Regazzoni, Philosopher of Culture, Therwill, Switzerland; Prof. John Rist, Professor emeritus of Classics and Philosophy, University of Toronto; Dr Ivan M. Rodriguez, PhD; Fr Luis Eduardo Rodrìguez Rodríguez, Pastor, Diocesan Catholic Priest, Caracas, Venezuela; John F. Salza, Esq.; Fr Timothy Sauppé, S.T.L., pastor of St. Mary’s (Westville, IL.) and St. Isaac Jogues (Georgetown, IL.); Fr John Saward, Priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, England; Prof. Dr Josef Seifert, Director of the Dietrich von Hildebrand Institute of Philosophy, at the Gustav Siewerth Akademie, Bierbronnen, Germany; Mary Shivanandan, Author and consultant; Dr Cristina Siccardi, Church Historian and author; Dr Anna M. Silvas, senior research adjunct, University of New England NSW Australia; Jeanne Smits, journalist, writer, France; Dr Stephen Sniegoski, PhD, historian and book author; Dr Zlatko Šram, PhD, Croatian Center for Applied Social Research; Henry Sire, Church historian and book author, England; Robert J. Siscoe, author. E infine: Abbé Guillaume de Tanoüarn, Doctor of Literature; Rev Glen Tattersall, Parish Priest, Parish of St. John Henry Newman, Australia; Gloria, Princess of Thurn und Taxis, Regensburg, Germany; Prof. Giovanni Turco, associate professor of Philosophy of Public Law, University of Udine, Italy; Fr Frank Unterhalt, Pastor, Archdiocese of Paderborn, Germany; José Antonio Ureta, author; Adrie A.M. van der Hoeven, MSc, physicist; Dr Gerd J. Weisensee, Msc, Switzerland; John-Henry Westen, MA, Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief LifeSiteNews.com; Dr Elizabeth C. Wilhelmsen, Ph.D. in Hispanic Literature, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, retired; Willy Wimmer, Secretary of State, Ministry of Defense, (ret.), Germany; Prof. em. Dr Hubert Windisch, priest and theologian, Germany; Mo Woltering, MTS, Headmaster, Holy Family Academy, Manassas, Virginia, USA; Miguel Ángel Yáñez, editor of Adelante la Fe. (Affaritaliani.it)

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