When Pope Francis presided over the Lord’s Passion Ceremony, the missionaries of the Pope’s family called on the bishop and all Catholics to check their conscience to find out how they might damage the unity of the Catholic Church.
Pope Francis presided over the liturgical ceremony at the altar of St. Peter’s Basilica on April 2. However, as usual, the missionary of the Pope’s family, Cardinal Raniero Cantala Mesa, was in the presence of the Pope and more than twenty cardinals. Accompanied by the ceremony was held.
The cardinal said: “The marriage of Catholics has been hurt.”
Cardinal Raniero Cantalamessa (Raniero Cantalamessa) said: “The marriage of Catholics is hurt.” “The differences between churches have torn the tunic of Christ to pieces.”
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, only about 150 people were present. Cardinal Cantalamoza clarified that what he was talking about was “the human factor in it, because no one can tear down the real cloak of Christ, and the body of Christ is covered by the Holy Spirit. Vibrant. Spiritual. In the eyes of God, the church is “a holy, Catholic and apostolic church, and will remain until the end of the world.” “
He said that God’s protection of the Catholic Church “is not justifying our differences,” but it makes them more condemned and should inspire greater efforts to heal these differences.
The 86-year-old cardinal said: “The most common cause of the suffering of Catholics is not dogma, nor sacrament and ministry-what we fully and universally retain is the miraculous grace of God.”
“The disagreement that divides Catholics stems from political choices. These choices have gradually developed into ideologies, and religious and church considerations take precedence.”
On the contrary, he said, “the differences that divide Catholics stem from political choices, and these choices evolve into ideologies, which have a higher priority than religious and church considerations, leading to the complete abandonment of the church’s values and obligations of obedience.”
“This is fundamentally a sin,” said Cardinal Candara Massas. He was appointed by St. John Paul II as a missionary to the Pope’s family in 1980, and has been in that position ever since.
He said that when support for political candidates, political parties or policies takes precedence over the establishment of the kingdom of God and the unity of his body and church, it is time to “seriously check the conscience” and support.
“In the Horseshoe Gospel, the parable of Jesus is the enemy of spreading that Jesus referred to in the parable, and the enemy of sowing is spreading grass.”
The cardinal said that Catholic bishops and priests “must carefully check their conscience first.” “They need to ask themselves, where are they leading the flock? In their place or in the place of Jesus.”
He said that Catholicism is known as the unity of all Christians, so Catholics must pray and work hard for the peace and unity that Jesus wants for his disciples.
The liturgy began with Pope Francis, who, with the assistance of two monks, lay prone on the floor of the cathedral in front of the altar. Later, after reading The Passion according to St. John, the Pope also led the worship of the cross.
In the evening, the service will be held for only a few hours, and the Pope was scheduled to preside over the Cross Station in St. Peter’s Square. The meditations of this service are written by children and teenagers and are reflected on the crosses suffered by many children in the world, especially during the coronavirus pandemic.