Cardinal Kasper: Pope’s ‘next declaration’ should allow ‘shared Eucharistic communion’ with Protestants. https://t.co/lPSOlhic1Y— LifeSiteNews.com (@LifeSite) December 14, 2016
This is the next step in the revolution. Remember the October 31st, 2016 Joint Statement signed by Pope Francis and Bishop Mounib Younan, President of the Lutheran World Federation, on the occasion of the Joint Catholic-Lutheran Commemoration of the Reformation, which included the following:
"Many members of our communities yearn to receive the Eucharist at one table, as the concrete expression of full unity. We experience the pain of those who share their whole lives, but cannot share God’s redeeming presence at the Eucharistic table. We acknowledge our joint pastoral responsibility to respond to the spiritual thirst and hunger of our people to be one in Christ. We long for this wound in the Body of Christ to be healed. This is the goal of our ecumenical endeavours, which we wish to advance, also by renewing our commitment to theological dialogue."Unfortunately, I have been right every step of the way. So, barring divine intervention, the 'spirit' will lead Francis to allow another Sacrilege.
P.S. This people either hate the Eucharist or don't believe in the Real Presence.