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From the doctrinal disorientation of the Church to the sin of priests and the recycling of lay people. Prospect of an uncompromising culture that while condemning sanctifies and sanctifies while condemning
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I am struck by what he writes on the abandonment of the Sacred: reminds me of my mom that, taking us to see the Majesty of Duccio da Boninsegna in Siena, he told us that man, when he tries to get close to God he makes those pictures, when he tries to get away from it he makes the modern ones “scabs”.
very true, then, that the word hate, often used fully inappropriately, it is a tool for hitting those who think differently without the possibility of replying. Difficult, But, get out of this kind of culture….
The modern "tolerant", instead, he does not sacrifice himself for his ideas as the idealist would, on the contrary, one does not scruple to sacrifice those who have ideas contrary to his, just as a dictator would do towards his opponents. How many martyrs of tolerance and rights exist today?
These words, Father Ivano, they must be indelibly carved, because with three lines he expressed what awaits us in the near future, because of a reality in which we are already inside.
this article counterbalances the heresies written by Mr.. Ariel on the Human Lives (infallible dogma!!) and who accused the Neocatechumenals about whom he wrote a book and 10 copies sold
I answer you only because you cannot offend my brother Father Ivano Liguori of the Order of the Capuchin Friars Minor and precious author of The Island of Patmos as well as a member of the scientific committee of our Editions The Island of Patmos.
If I had uttered heresies, my Brother, who is a pious and wise priest, first he would have admonished me with fraternal correction, then, if I ever persisted, he would have publicly dissociated himself, finally he would pray for the health of my soul, after having withdrawn his signature from a magazine in which he writes a heretic.
My book The Neocatechumenal Sect published by our Editions The Island of Patmos has sold, without any advertising and launch, but only with the visibility it had on the island of Patmos, beyond 1.000 copy.
Ask any publisher what it means in Italy, today, sell over 1.000 copy, place that editors consider “success” a book that manages to sell 250.
To your delight I inform you that that book has aroused interest in the Anglo-Saxon world and especially in the Spanish one and that one of our representatives will sell it., at the next Frankfurt Book Fair, publishing rights to a British publisher and a Spanish publisher. So, soon, will be released in Spanish translation and in English translation on other markets.
I conclude: one who writes “Human Lives” referring to the Human life of the Holy Pontiff Paul VI and who is signed “kerigna” instead of Kerigma, dal greco Sermon, denotes all thickness – moreover, sadly known to me – of the culture and training transmitted by the Kikian mega-catechists to their sectaries.
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there are not many authors today who like her, they manage to be firm, severe and rightly critical of certain drifts, through an amiable but edgy tone.
I am sure that I will come back to read it again later, as I often do with articles by you Fathers.
… just like that Annamaria, I think we owe a lot of gratitude to the good fathers of the Island who were for me and my family during the lockdown, and I think for many others, of great and balanced support, while on the internet the uproar was unleashed towards the bishops and priests by people who considered themselves absolute holders of Catholic purity by making controversies and attacking the Italian church and its priests up to write that … ah, they couldn't wait to close the churches and take Jesus away from us!
I too have read and reread the articles of those days several times, and they supported me so much, while banners were hung on the balconies … everything will be fine!
No, without Christ, it can't be all right.
For this I declare myself a grateful reader.
Father Ivano, thanks for this article, like … it took, it took!
But for years, si sa, you Fathers of the Island offer us hearty foods.
I noticed that one day later an article by Msgr. Giovanni Zanchi which seems to be an authentic continuation of the articles by Fr.. Ivano.
Then … the fireworks of Fr.. Ariel. splendidi! And it takes some, to give some heterodox to p. Ariel, it really takes some.
His historical theological explanation of Humanae Vitae is truly textbook.
In short, thank you all, for giving us in just two days, in this hot August, three splendid articles.
Greetings also to Fr.. Gabriele, decisive and incisive Dominican homilist.
Sincerely, dear Father Ivano, this article of yours is to be read on your knees in many of its points, and to think carefully.
Also what Father Ariel published today, the recipient, he will end up reading it on his knees, per le … just beatings he gave him.
But Don Angelo said well: a truly textbook historical theological explanation of Humanae Vitae.