[quote=Bill_A] Its probably the Holy Fathers wishs that he not Excommunicate Bishops and Cardinals refuting his orders or he may be conducting an investigation to see whats at the bottom of everything. Hes a good pope. He makes all the right orders but often they do not get followed. Im not really sure why hes taking so long to deal with the problems in the church, It may be because hes old or it may be because the church like any other organization is slow to change.
So “Grunerite’s” want to wrangle, nitpick, judge - in some cases mock and deride - popes and Ecumenical Councils, as if it is permitted or proper to do so among professed Catholics. The modernists dissent from Humanae Vitae. “Traditionalists” dissent from Ecclesia Dei and Vatican II, on no basis other than their own private judgment, thus attaining more power and authority in a concrete sense than the pope himself. Trust is placed in mere man or schismatic sects like SSPX, and Father nobody Gruner, rather than in God’s grace and promises, whereby His Church will withstand the gates of hell.
I believe in the Church, because I believe in the God Who established it. I don’t believe it can defect, because Jesus said so, and because history itself more than amply bears this out. I don’t believe that the Grunerite’s will ever subvert the church, nor destroy Fatima. Satan and his minions will lose in the end. True to Our Lady’s words, Many Souls will be lost, because of the likes of confusion brought on by the Cult’s that exist in today’s Church. They have always existed, but one day they too will be defeated. Along with a host of other ludicrous equivocations and rationalizing word games. Our Lady will Triumph in the end.