Marriage and Divorce. The General of the Jesuits: “Jesus Too Must Be Reinterpreted”

Why has the lead catechist of the Catholic Church, the Pope, not spoken on any words of Jesus which denounce divorce which are clearly part of the daily Gospel readings during his Angelus homilies over the last year? Why does the head of the Jesuit order, the “black pope” as he is referred to, said that Jesus’ words “must be reinterpreted” (straight from the horses mouth in the article)?

Christ said he would be a stumbling block and as the Word of God he seems today to be causing many to stumble around the topic.  This is not exegesis nor good theology.  It’s people pushing an ideology and ignoring Scripture. Our Pope just said for Lent we must follow the Crucified Christ and not ideologies….hmm, do as I say but not as I do.

Source: Marriage and Divorce. The General of the Jesuits: “Jesus Too Must Be Reinterpreted”

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A Catholic convert with a fire for discipleship, catechesis, and formation that leads to transformed lives in Christ. View all posts by Rob Brock

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