Catholic Outsider reports on an editorial published by the official Jesuit Magazine in Spain, “Mensajero.”
“Mensajero” accuses Pope John Paul’s ministry of being “triumphalistic” and “more spectacular than deep,” thus failing in “shortening the deep gap between a technological society… and the dictates of Christian faith and morals.”
“The creative fidelity of the Jesuits toward the Church has not always been well understood or accepted,” the editorial complains. It continues by saying that “the Jesuits have taken a ‘time of silence’ in these last years,” implying that they are getting ready to start talking.
I wonder how many spouses would appreciate the term creative fidelity. I didn’t cheat on you I was just doing some creative fidelity. This comes down to the same thing. No surprise that the Old Testament constantly used adultery as an analogy for Israelites that abandoned God for idols and other practices. There truly is nothing new under the sun and the same habits continue. Lack of fidelity to the Holy father is faithlessness to both the Church and to Christ.
Read all of what Alejandro Bermudez’s has to say about this article and an upcoming coverage of it by the Catholic News Agency tomorrow.