German Bishop Attacks Church Teaching On There Being Only Two Sexes

A German bishop criticized Catholic teaching for “assuming there is only man and only woman” and demanded that the Church change its infallible doctrine on sexuality in the latest heterodox comments from the German hierarchy.

Bishop Ludger Schepers, an auxiliary bishop for the Diocese of Essen, who serves as the “representative for queer pastoral care” for the German Bishops’ Conference (DBK), made the remarks in an interview with the German newspaper Rheinische Post published on May 8.

While Schepers and other openly heretical German bishops remain active in their dioceses, Pope Francis has punished or removed orthodox bishops who have criticized his heterodox statements and actions or adhered to Catholic teaching, most prominently Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas, Cardinal Raymond Burke, and Puerto Rican Bishop Daniel Fernández Torres.

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