Leading African cardinal critiques Vatican spokesman Fr Rosica

From LifeSiteNews:

ROME, October 9, 2015

UnknownSouth African Cardinal Wilfrid Napier, a leading cardinal on the organizing committee for the Synod on the Family, issued a pointed critique on Twitter of a controversial report on the Synod by the Vatican’s English-language spokesman, Fr. Thomas Rosica, in which the priest emphasized that the Church should “embrace reality” in dealing with sinful situations.

Rosica’s summary of Synod fathers’ addresses at Tuesday’s press briefing was criticized for its emphasis on liberal proposals and the strong language he used to describe them. The remarks fuelled ongoing concerns from last year’s Synod about the manipulation of the message by the Vatican press office and the Synod’s organizing body.

After the press conference, Salt and Light TV, Rosica’s Toronto-based media organization, tweeted out a link to an article about Rosica’s remarks, saying, “Fr. Rosica Speaks on Synod Delegates, The Need to Embrace People Where They Are.”

In reply, Napier tweeted: “‘Meet people where they are’ sounds nice, but is that what Jesus did? Didn’t he rather call them away from where they were?”

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One Response to Leading African cardinal critiques Vatican spokesman Fr Rosica

  1. ginnyfree says:

    Be sure to read this: https://www.lifesitenews.com/opinion/same-sex-marriage-advocate-gregory-baum-lauded-by-fr.-thomas-rosica And then you’ll see clearly to realize Father Roscia FOES have an agenda of corruption and has been slowly forwarding it for quite a few years. God bless. Ginnyfree.

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