- Aug 9, 2020
In the first of many counter-events to this months Synod of Bishops on the Amazon, key critics of Pope Francis blasted him promoting widespread heresy in the Church, saying his agenda for the 3-week gathering is demonic and calling on him to resign.
Some Quebec bishops have expressed discomfort that the main Quebec organizer for the May 9 National March for Life in Ottawa signed a letter accusing Pope Francis of heresy.
A week after the release of an open letter accusing Pope Francis of heresy, cardinals and theologians in Rome take up the pontiff’s defense.
A new open letter from conservative critics of Pope Francis has accused the pontiff of committing heresy and called on the world’s bishops to censure him and – if necessary – declare that he is no longer pope.
A Massachusetts bishop has called the notions of a New Testament scholar in his diocese “highly offensive and blasphemous,” and has called on his Jesuit college to ask him to publicly disavow his writings on the sexuality of Jesus.
Nearly six weeks ago, a 25-page letter, signed by 62 theologians and clergy, accused Pope Francis of promoting heresy in ‘Amoris Laetitia,’ his 2016 document on the family. In a statement, the organizers called this ‘filial correction’ an epoch-making act, and it made a huge splash in the press. Why, then, haven’t more of the pope’s critics added their name to it?