Did you find yourself wondering what the “Synod on Synodality” was really all about? Well, now you need wonder no longer.
A link to a condemned LQBTQ dissent group in the US gained worldwide notoriety as the result of a devilishly clever marketing ploy in which the link existed, then didn’t exist, then was resurrected after a hue and cry of the LGBTQ lobby flexing their muscles on the internet.
This is the group that has the now (in)famous link on the Vatican’s “Synod on Synodality” website:
“New Ways Ministry, founded in 1977 by Sister Jeannine Gramick and Father Robert Nugent, was repeatedly denied recognition as a Catholic organisation, the last time in 2010 by the then president of the US Bishops' Conference Francis George. And previously it was Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, who "permanently" forbade the two religious "any pastoral activity involving homosexuals". The Notification of May 31, 1999, signed by Ratzinger with the full approval of Pope John Paul II, is interesting in order to understand what the core of the problem is and what the nature and purpose of New Ways Ministry is.”
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