Grappling with Kasperism

Its long-winded, repetitive and exhausting but I tried grappling with Kasperism.

Comments

Oakes Spalding said…
Great post. I'm sure Kasper has all sorts of stuff like this in his closet. And you can read all about it if you understand German and care to pony up $80.00 on Amazon for the academic hardback or $79.99 for the e-book.
Anonymous said…
Kasper is a heretic, just like old good Martin, the difference is that good Martin was a good theologian, heretic, but of value, in this book there's only some kind of stuff that a certain German theologian, much better than Walter, called Das Nichtige, the nothingness. God bless+
viterbo said…
Kasper is a satanist. Whether or not he knows it.

Body and Blood of Christ - my Rock and my Redeemer... Real Catholics confess this... The real Church offers this.

The sand-god kasper and his confreres worship is a protestant/pagan/christlesspundits fantasy.

Unknown said…
Avoid reading it. Dangerous for your soul.

Seattle Kim
Annie said…
Thanks for taking up the cross of reading this book so the rest of us don't have to. Heresy, I know - we're all supposed to read the garbage ourselves but I, for one, am glad to pass that burden to someone else whom I trust - namely you. The words from Star Trek come to mind in response to what you did:

"To boldly go where no man has gone before"



Lepanto said…
As Cardinal Ottaviani (RIP) said, the only time that the first bishops acted in collegiality was when they fled from Judas and those with him who sought Christ's end. We may see this fleeing again led by Kasper and Maradiaga. I am not sure whether or not we are permitted to pray to the good Cardinal (but I do) who was blind and whose microphone lead was disconnected by one bishop, to the amusement of others, during Vat 11 when he protested against the Novus Ordo Mass.
Unknown said…
Unfortunately Ottavaniani bailed and accepted V2 in the end. But then, so did Gregory XVII (Siri.)
It was tough times for those guys. Maybe they wanted to maintain their careers; maybe they or their families were threatened if they did not conform. By that time, Paul VI had brought a lot of uber liberal prelates into the Vatican.

Some great online reading that is far better than Kasperle's book: Nikita Roncalli: Life of a Counterpope written by the head of the Roman noble guard during PiusXII, John XXIII and Paul VI.

Seattle Kim
Unknown said…
I'd pray to Ottavaniani any day over "saint" John 23.

Seattle kim
Unknown said…
Slow beginning with unfamiliar references, but it heats up after the first few chapters.

http://www.huttongibson.com/PDFs/huttongibson_NIKITARONCALLI_book.pdf
Unknown said…
And when you're done with that, read this book about Paul VI written by a priest and doctor of theology:


http://padrepioandchiesaviva.com/uploads/Paul_VI.._beatified_english.pdf


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Seattle kim
Unknown said…
Why the silence, Bonester? Are you grappling with Francis' new quicky Catholic divorce plan?

Seattle Kim
viterbo said…
Question. If we know our Faith, we have no small inkling of what Our Lord thinks of the words and works of Kasper, and his brother in the new faith, Bergoglio. So why oh why do the self-professed Catholic 'masses' ignore Our Lord and pay that which is due only to God, to Kasper/Kaiser?