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“Catholica” is an international magazine of culture, politics, and religion, published in France, which in its more than thirty years of existence has brought in prestigious authors in their respective fields and specialties, from Émile Poulat to Robert Spaemann, from Ernst Wolfgang Böckenförde to Vladimir Bukowski, from Stanislaw Grygiel to Thierry Wolton, from Jacques Ellul to Pietro De Marco.
It is directed by Bernard Dumont. Who in the latest issue of the magazine, just off the presses, puts his byline on the following editorial, which can be read online by non-subscribers as well:
Word - Dumont - Urgent - Silence - Cardinals
The “word” that Dumont is pushing for as urgent is that which should break the “implausible” silence of almost all the cardinals and bishops - in the face of the dissolution of the traditional form of Catholicism, set in motion by the pontificate of Jorge Mario Bergoglio, or in other words in the face of the end of “Roman Catholicism” as denounced on Settimo Cielo by Professor Roberto Pertici.
But in this same latest issue of “Catholica” another voice is raised - not of a cardinal, but of a Benedictine monk and talented theologian - that thoroughly analyzes and criticizes what is perhaps the most radical subversion taking place in the Catholicism of today: that which assigns primacy no longer to the sacraments - “culmen et fons” of the Church’s life, according to Vatican Council II - but to ethics.
Subversion - Underlies - Discipline - Communion - Intercommunion
It is the subversion that underlies, in particular, both the new discipline of communion for the divorced and remarried and “intercommunion” between Catholics and Protestants.
Giulio Meiattini, the author of this critical analysis, has presented it in its most complete form in a book he published at the beginning of this year:
Interview - Issue - Catholica - Passages
While in the interview in the latest issue of “Catholica” he presents its salient passages, the most significant of which are...
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