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Initiative Dubium and Maria 1.0: “Quo Vadis” Bishop Georg Bätzing?
Both the papal letter of June 29th, 2019, Letter to the pilgrim people of God in Germany and the greeting by nuncio Eterović for the autumn plenary assembly are deliberately being ignored by Bishop Bätzing, chairman of the German Bishops’ Conference.
Bonn (kath.net/Initiative Dubium) Maria 1.0 and the Initiative Dubium are criticizing statements made by Bishop Bätzing during the opening ceremony of the autumn plenary assembly of the German Bishops’ Conference on September 21st, 2021, in Fulda and are asking him for clarification.
Both the papal letter of June 29th, 2019, Letter to the pilgrim people of God in Germany and the greeting by nuncio Eterović for the autumn plenary assembly are deliberately being ignored by Bishop Bätzing, chairman of the German Bishops’ Conference. The course of the German Synodal Path, which is in urgent need of correction, is being pursued undeterred.
In his sermon of 09/21/2021, Bishop Bätzing answers essential questions of the faith, such as the question of salvation, as follows: “Do you want to redeem us from our sins now? No, that does not appertain to us. Also, we are unable to.“ Or: “No, I cannot. You are confusing the messenger with the savior.“
If the authority to forgive sins, conferred by Christ, is relativized due to personal guilt of certain shepherds, we urgently ask for clarification and correction. Hereby Bätzing denies that Christ obtains redemptions through the church, that the church is his mystical body, through which and in which the Lord makes present his redemption and redeems people. Jesus himself withal said to his apostles: “If you forgive the sins of any, they are forgiven them; if you withhold forgiveness from any, it is withheld” (John 20:23).
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