“Forbidden Love”: German Diocese wants Homo Marriage Rite
Note: Not an endorsement for sedevacantism
“Forbidden Love”: Diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart calls for Marriage Rite for Homosexuals
This is where the Novus Ordo is at in Germany: The diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart — the emphasis is clearly on rotten — has posted a video commentary by one of its diocesan “theologians”, one Eckhard Raabe, which provides a brief commentary on the recent story of two Novus Ordo nuns who quit the cloister and “got married” — to each other.
Instead of denouncing the perversion of these two women, who were obviously entirely unfit for the religious life, the diocesan master theologian echoed the two perverts’ call for acceptance of homosexual “love” by the Catholic Church, going so far as even to ask for a liturgical marriage rite for gays and lesbians and a nuptial blessing for them!
The video commentary is entitled Verbotene Liebe, “Forbidden Love”, and we have gone through the trouble of translating it and added English subtitles to the original video. You can watch the entire thing below, but be warned: barf bags not included!
In case the Novus Ordo diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart decides to remove the web page or the video, don’t worry: We have saved copies of both.
Below you will find a screenshot of the web page as it appeared on Sep. 30, 2016 and is still up as of the publication of this post (Oct. 4):
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Folks, they do it because they can. They know that with Francis at the helm, there will be no interference. He has given enough indications that he supports the pervert revolution, so they know they have free reign at this point. What you are seeing here is Amoris Laetitia in action; it is the Francis Effect in practice — and you know that this genie won’t go back in the bottle.
The diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, by the way, was once (1989-99) shepherded by the infamous heretic “Cardinal” Walter Kasper, before “Pope” John Paul II called him to Rome to serve in the curia as the Vatican’s Chief Ecumenist. Kasper, by the way, means “Punch”, as in “Punch-and-Judy Show”, and that’s exactly what he’s been performing theologically from the beginning.
Currently the pretend-bishop in Rottenburg is Gebhard Fürst, another man with a very fitting last name. Fürst means “prince”, and he is clearly a tool of the “prince of this world” (Jn 12:31). The Rottenburg diocese encompasses the city of Tübingen, by the way, that academic den of Modernism whose most infamous professor was none other than hell’s apostle, Hans Küng. We told you before that the Novus Ordo is finished in that country.