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During a time when the Church in Germany is attempting a coup of 2,000 years of Catholicism, one reasonable German bishop stands in contradiction.
Church Militant's Paul Murano discusses a cardinal speaking truths about Catholic doctrine and authority.
As the Left runs roughshod over Western civilization and its institutions, the Catholic Church is, by far, its most coveted prize.
Cardinal Gerhard Müller understands this. He sees what's happening in his native Germany and many other pockets within the universal Church.
In an interview conducted with InfoVaticana published last week, Müller provided some much-needed clarity about the role of the pope and what in the Church can, and cannot, change.
He sees the movement to change Church teaching on sexuality as an attempt to conform to a new world order without God, in which fulfillment comes through earthly goods and pleasures rather than pleasing God and doing His will.
No pope or bishop can ever change essential moral doctrine handed down from the Apostles.
German prelates Reinhard Marx and Georg Batzing have recently thrown their support behind a synodal document that suggests the Church change Her views on sexual morality, the ordination of women and homosexuality.
Commenting on this absurdity, Müller quotes Vatican II's Lumen Gentium: "The Roman pontiff and the bishops ... do not accept any new public revelation as belonging to the divine Deposit of Faith."
Müller added that the goal of this leftist movement within the Church is the transformation of the Church of the Triune God into a worldly welfare organization.