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Bp Batzing, Head of German Church, on Homosexuality (Liberal bishops Part 101)

Wow. Bp Georg Batzing, the head of the German bishops, is now DEMANDING that the Church change its teaching on homosexuality! And he is disappointed at Pope Francis for not doing enough to accomplish this! This is now all-out, in-your-face assault by the liberal modernists in our Church.

It is now more clear that the Synodal Way of the German Church will result in acceptance of homosexuality, plus all the other radical changes contrary to Christ’s and age-old Church teachings. Then the Pope's Synod on Synodality will follow suit. Unless we raise enough outraged voices at this travesty of accepting and normalizing what is evil.


Head of German bishops: Church teaching on homosexuality, female ordination ‘must be changed’

Bishop Bätzing added that Pope Francis ‘disappoints’ him since the Pope is not enacting enough change in the Church.

Bishop Bätzing, president of the German Bishops Conference, March 7, 2022.

Michael Haynes (LifeSiteNews) – Bishop Georg Bätzing, president of the German Bishop’s Conference (DBK), has demanded that Catholic Church teaching on homosexuality and the role of women “must be changed.”

Bätzing made the comments in a May 22 interview which dealt extensively with his desire for change in the Church, along with his disappointment at Pope Francis for not ushering in enough change.

Meanwhile Bishop Bätzing is forging ahead with radical attempted changes to Church teaching in Germany via the Synodal Way, looking to “change” teaching on many areas of sexuality, including opening the door to approving “practiced homosexuality,” female deacons, along with advocating masturbation and contraception.

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