Divorced and remarried are not excommunicated, pope says at audience(Aug.5)
The pope recently said that the divorced and remarried are not excommunicated but Fr. Stefano Manelli, still under house arrest still stands as if excommunicated and held in exile. He is part of the Church and has not committed a mortal sin like the divorced and remarried yet he is kept in isolation by Pope Francis.
He is under political arrest, by chieftains implementing the leftist political ideology in the Catholic Church.He is presently a CATHOLIC PRISONER OF CONSCIENCE.
He is in prison for following a Catholic conscience and implementing it in his life and community.
The pope recently stopped the Medugorje visionaries from praying in public with other Catholics - and he has stopped Fr.Manelli and so many priests from offering the Traditional Latin Mass in public for Catholics who have asked for it.
For the pope divorced and remarried are not excommunicated and so at the coming Synod there will be a mechanism created to give them the Eucharist.
This has been a part of the campaign by the Masons for decades in Italy. The local newspaper have published photos over the last 20 or 30 years of them having street protests for the Eucharist to be given to the divorced living in adultery.Fr.Manelli would not permit this and so he is being kept in isolation by the political forces in power within the Church.
Presently Pope Francis is permitting the Eucharist to be given to persons who are active homosexuals. The Eucharist is also being given to pro abortion politicians. It is also being given to Catholics scantily dressed. What's left?
Our Lady told Fr.Stefano Gobbi of the Marian Movement of Priests that a time will come when those who are faithful to the teachings of the Church will be persecuted - by their own.
The excommunication experience of Fr.Stefano Manelli is what many of us can expect in the future.
Our Lady has also said - the Eucharist will be compromised.The next important step towards the sacrilege is in October 2015.