Canonization Near For Paul VI, Author Of Humanae Vitae?

portrait of Pope Paul VI extending a blessing and seated

“Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi said he hopes to see the late pontiff raised to the altars soon,” reports CNA/EWTN News. Supporters of our prayerful petition to our bishops supporting Humanae Vitae can pray to Pope Paul VI, and resonate his plea to his brother bishops — “We invite all of you, We implore you, to give a lead to your priests who assist you in the sacred ministry, and to the faithful of your dioceses, and to devote yourselves with all zeal and without delay to safeguarding the holiness of marriage, in order to guide married life to its full human and Christian perfection.” “I trust and greatly desire that soon – and I am sure than many, everyone, shares this – the Church can venerate Paul VI as blessed,” Cardinal Tettamanzi said during an Aug. 6 Mass at St. Peter’s Basilica.

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Christopher Manion

  • Caroline Eccleston says:

    The man whose fruits were poisonous: the bastardized Mass, bastardized rites of ordination and consecrated souls who left by the thousands is the work of the apostate Church. This Pope admitted to Jean Guitton that it was his purpose to make the Mass more like the Protestant’s service, to de-Catholicize it.

    This man was more than a heretic he is the apostate of apostates and the damage he wrought on the Church may well have sent him to hell if he did not repent, he is there now. Just wait, Benedict will be canonized, too.

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