Brussels Protest of Benedict XVI's Rule on Condoms
Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei eunuchs live out-of-touch-with-reality at the grand palace of the Vatican. They believe that they hold the "key to the kingdom" of heaven when the fact is they serve the Devil, the "Father of Lies", because the Opus Dei are "Fathers of lies".
The Opus Dei controls the Catholic royalties of Europe especially Spain. Thank God, Belgium's Parliament members are not so Catholic.
Poor Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi is being used like a puppet to do the dirty work in the frontline -- so that the Opus Dei eunuchs at the Vatican do not have to face the mud being thrown at the Pope. Fr. Lombardi is the director of the Vatican Radio in-name-only because the fact is it is now run by the Opus Dei and only students from the Opus Dei Santa Croce Pontifical University in Rome are qualified to work there. The Opus Dei University produces 1,500 communications students every year. So the Vatican Radio and communications will be always be staffed by Opus Dei members only.
But God has his way of justice as the earthquake of Italy was felt by Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei eunuchs at the Vatican. If Benedict XVI and the Opus Dei Bishop of El Salvador do not recant their "Notification" and "Silence" on Jon Sobrino, the Vatican shall sink into a black hole as was seen in a vision by Pope Leo X and as predicted by the Third Secret of Fatima.
The Opus Dei's days are numbered and St. Josemaria Escriva awaits them for a bigger party in Hell with his Opus Dei sons and daughters as we predicted in the John Paul II Millstone www.jp2m.blogspot.com
Brussels Protest of Pope's Rule on Condoms
The Belgian parliament's decision to lodge a formal protest with the Vatican for Pope Benedict XVI's recent comments concerning the use of condoms in AIDS prevention "evokes bewilderment," said the Vatican’s spokesman. “It seems obvious that in every democratic country the Holy Father and the Catholic Church are free to express their own positions and line of action" concerning the human person and the moral responsibility of individuals, said Jesuit Father Federico Lombardi on April 3.
The Belgian parliament voted overwhelmingly April 2 to approve a motion "urging the Belgian government to condemn the unacceptable stance taken by the pope on the occasion of his trip to Africa and to lodge an official protest with the Holy See," reported the French news agency Agence France-Presse. The parliament approved the motion by a 95-18 vote, with seven abstentions.
"The extensive tradition and experience of the church in education and health care, especially in poor countries, is so evident there is no need for proof or comments" to further support the church's position, he said. Father Lombardi said it was worth asking whether the Belgian parliament had reflected "with sufficient attention and seriousness" on what the pope really said or if parliamentarians had instead reacted to statements that had been manipulated by the media "through a filter that was not objective and balanced."
The parliament’s move was the latest in a storm of criticism coming from some governments and U.N. agencies concerning the pope's remarks in mid-March en route to Africa. After highlighting the church's efforts to help AIDS victims, the pope said: "One cannot overcome the problem with the distribution of condoms. On the contrary, they increase the problem, he said. “The solution can only be a double one: first, a humanization of sexuality, that is, a spiritual human renewal that brings with it a new way of behaving with one another; second, a true friendship especially with those who suffer, and a willingness to make personal sacrifices and to be with the suffering. And these are factors that help and that result in real and visible progress," he said.
Meanwhile, Belgium's Catholic bishops said they respect the democratic nature of the parliament's deliberations, "but regret the content" of the decision. In a written statement released April 3, they appealed for a calm reflection on all means to stop the spread of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Also, an article published March 22 in the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, stated that studies by international agencies, including the World Health Organization, have shown that the most effective anti-AIDS campaigns in Africa have been based on efforts to promote abstinence and fidelity in sexual relationships. The idea that condom distribution can arrest the spread of the virus in Africa is an "ideological falsehood," said the commentary.