Pope Francis and the German schism

Last December, a “synodal journey” began in Germany that explicitly aims, over the course of two years, to set aside the norm of celibacy, to confer sacred orders on women, to bless homosexual unions, and to democratize the government of the Church. Pope Francis has done much since to call the Catholic Church of Germany back to order. But without success.

 

 

 

 

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