Four Questions on the Amazon Synod

When Pope Francis writes his final exhortation on the Amazon Synod, what will he decide?

1. Will the Church ordain married men generally?

2. Will the Catholic Church ordain women deacons?

3. Will the Church openly permit gay men to be ordained?

4. Will 1 to 3 lead to gay women deacons and gay married priests?

Why is no one talking about #4!

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7 Responses to Four Questions on the Amazon Synod

  1. Alex says:

    I don’t know how far the Church will go in all that, but the trend is clear, no one is above anyone else, including the minorities, including the gay people, including those who do not believe the way we do. Time of inquisition has long passed, to judge to fire someone on earth taking the place of God who alone can judge. I hope pope Francis’ apology to the gay people after the Synod of families (that didn’t take more decision thanks to the fierce opposition of mainly African bishops), won’t die out there but will take concrete measures now.

    Here is the latest from pope Francis said on Oct 7th, the deniers of Amazon synod are close to racists.

    “There are circles and sectors that present themselves as ilustrados [enlightened] — they sequester the proclamation of the gospel through a distorted reasoning that divides the world between ‘civilization’ and ‘barbarism.’ The idea that the Lord has among his favorites many dark-complexioned people irritates them, it puts them in a bad mood. They consider a large part of the human family as a lower-class entity, incapable, according to their standards, of achieving decent levels in spiritual and intellectual life. On this basis, contempt can develop for people considered to be second-rate. all this also emerged during the Synod of Bishops for the Amazon.”

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