Catholic Church Takes Action?
Tuesday, October 19, 2004
Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 9:01 AM
With the Presidential race between George W. Bush and Senator John Kerry winding down, Marc Balestrieri, Director of the international non-profit group De Fide (“of the Faith”) announced he filed a class-action Denunciation at Canon Law against John Kerry for heresy.
De Fide, claims to have received a very quick response which supports the condition that John Kerry has indeed committed heresy and been excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
The letter specifically states that "if I obstinately deny by teaching and preaching, or doubt that abortion is not intrinsically evil, I commit the mortal sin of heresy. All things being equal I am automatically excommunicated"
Further it goes on to say "Consequently, if a Catholic publicly and obstinately supports the civil right to abortion, knowing that the Church teaches officially against that legislation, he or she commits that heresy envisioned by Can. 751 of the Code. Provided that the presumptions of knowledge of the law and penalty (Can. 15, § 2) and imputability (Can. 1321, § 3) are not rebutted in the external forum, one is automatically excommunicated according to Can. 1364, § 1.”
This is, of course, in response to Kerry's "I am personally against but sill support abortion" rhetoric he is using to play to both sides of the fence on the issue. So the question is, is the response genuine, and if so, will it get any media attention?
Because if it is genuine and it gets ANY media attention then you can hear Kerry's Catholic support shatter. But of course I doubt that even if it is real it will get any real media attention. This would be too damaging to the pretty boy of the press and hurt his chances against President George Bush.
So until the media picks it up, spread the word.
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