Cardinal Müller SLAMS ‘Disgraceful’ Vatican Meeting with German Bishops to ‘Negotiate Faith and Morals’

Cardinal Müller condemned as ‘unfathomable’ the ‘absurdity’ of German bishops negotiating Catholic doctrine in Rome ‘as if the Church’s teachings were an offer to be sold to the highest bidder in the supermarket of ideologies.’

Cardinal Gerhard Müller strongly criticized “negotiations” between the Vatican and German bishops about the heretical German Synodal Way and accused “German Synodalists” of effectively blaming Christ for sin by falsely claiming that His Commandments are responsible for the abuse crisis.

In an interview with Austrian news outlet kath.net, Cardinal Müller was asked about the recent meeting between German bishops and members of the Vatican Curia.

“The German Synodalists are completely wrong not only in terms of content but also in terms of method,” the former head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith declared.

“They are victims of their own propaganda tricks by attributing the personal fault of individuals (by priests, religious and lay people) in a socialist-collectivist interpretation as systemically conditioned to the Holy Orders instituted by Christ and the hierarchical-sacramental Church structure founded by Him, thus making Christ Himself the author of sin against God.”

“A Freiburg commission has accused child Confession of being an opportunity for sexual or authoritarian abuse of children on the part of the confessor, thereby declaring Jesus responsible, who said, ‘Let the children come to me,’” Cardinal Müller continued. “In their ideological blindness and pathological anti-clericalism, they do not realize their atheism.”

“At the same time, the atheist-communist government in Hong Kong has abolished the secrecy of Confession and imposed draconian penalties on those who adhere to it.”

“A disastrous parallel that has its roots in the denial of God and thus also of his grace, which is conveyed in the seven sacraments of the Holy Church!”

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