Fr. Kramer, "Heretical Jorge"
Facebook January 31st
On December 10, 2015, as reported by NBC News, the Vatican’s Commission for Religious Relations with Jews issued a major new document pronouncing that God had never annulled his covenant with the Jewish people, and so Catholics should not try to convert Jews: “The Church is therefore obliged to view evangelization to Jews, who believe in the one God, in a different manner from that to people of other religions and world views.”
It is not for no reason that the Fathers teach that the Old Covenant was revoked: they simply received that doctrine straight out of the NT writings of St. Paul ("in Christ it is made void" - 2 Cor. 3:15). In Chapter 8 of Hebrews, the Apostle explains that the Mosaic Covenant is called the Old Covenant precisely because it it made old by the New Covenant, and is to be ended: " Now in saying a new, he hath made the former old. And that which decayeth and groweth old, is near its end."
On this solid basis of scripture and Tradition, the Catholic Church has defined (Council of Florence) that the Old Covenant is revoked, abolished, and abrogated (cf. Benedict XIV, Ex quo primum, 1 March 1756).
The objection made by Wojtyła/Ratzinger/Bergoglio, that says the Old Covenant was never revoked because the promise made to Abraham is irrevocable, is a heretical non sequirur. The Covenant with Abraham is irrevocable, but it is not and has never been professed to be the Old Covenant. Even for Jews, "The Covenant" is the Sinai Covenant, mediated by Moses. It was that covenant of which the prophet Jeremiah spoke, saying it would be replaced by a new covenant: " Behold the days shall come, saith the Lord, and I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Juda: Not according to the covenant which I made with their fathers, in the day that I took them by the hand to bring them out of the land of Egypt: the covenant which they made void, and I had dominion over them, saith the Lord." (Jer. 31: 31-2).
Thus it is patent that the doctrine of the non revocation of the Old Covenant, professed by John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Archbishop (Emeritus of Buenos Aires) Jorge Bergoglio; and explicitly set forth in the so called Catechism of the Catholic Church, is contrary to the perpetual dogma of the Catholic faith, and is therefore heretical.
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