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Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone

Wrong Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone?

Representative

Vatican II Church
Phone: (270) ***-****  HQ Phone
Vatican
P.O. Box 57
New Hope, Kentucky 40052
United States

Company Description: Vatican Academy to help save GM Foods St. Columbans Mission Society, Australia and New Zealand Region, 27 March 2009.
Background

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Secretary
    Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
  • Secretary
    Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith
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Web References
Lead News Stories from the Gay People's Chronicle
www.gaypeopleschronicle.com, 24 June 2006 [cached]
Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, a representative of the Vatican, wrote a letter to Archbishop Thomas Kelly of Louisville asking that the archbishop forbid the celebrating of the Eucharist by participants in the symposium.
Case Against the Catholic Church
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Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, secretary of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is responsible for promoting and defending Catholic doctrine and morals, has gone as far as forbidding any Masses to be held at the conference.
But the conference sponsor plans to celebrate Mass tomorrow, contending that it is permissible under church law.New Ways Ministry, the sponsor of the conference at the Galt House, "does not promote the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church," which teaches that sex outside of marriage is sinful, Bertone wrote to Archbishop Thomas Kelly, head of the Louisville archdiocese.
"Because of the confusion and scandal which will inevitably arise from this event," Bertone asked Kelly to tell participants they "do not have permission to celebrate the Eucharist as part of their conference."
Fatima Related News Stories
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In an official statement, the Vatican Press Office announced that on that day Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, and Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, secretary of this Vatican Congregation, will present a document entitled, "The Message of Fatima," which includes a commentary to facilitate the understanding of Mary's prophetic Revelation.
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Archbishop Bertone, accompanied by the Bishop of Leiria, His Excellency Bishop Serafim de Sousa Ferreira e Silva, will come in my name to ask certain questions about the interpretation of "the third part of the secret".
Sister Maria Lucia, you may speak openly and candidly to Archbishop Bertone, who will report your answers directly to me.
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The meeting between Sister Lucia, Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, Secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, sent by the Holy Father, and Bishop Serafim de Sousa Ferreira e Silva, Bishop of Leiria-Fatima, took place on Thursday, 27 April 2000, in the Carmel of Saint Teresa in Coimbra.
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At this point, Archbishop Bertone presented two envelopes to her: the first containing the second, which held the third part of the "secret" of Fatima. Immediately, touching it with her fingers, she said: "This is my letter", and then while reading it: "This is my writing".
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Archbishop Bertone therefore asked: "Why only after 1960?
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According to the booklet, Pope John Paul sent Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, secretary of the doctrinal congregation, to Portugal to review the Vatican interpretation with Sister Lucia.
In a letter to the cloistered nun, the pope said, the archbishop "will come in my name to ask certain questions about the interpretation of `the third part of the secret.'
"You may speak openly and candidly to Archbishop Bertone, who will report your answers directly to me," the pope wrote.
Archbishop Bertone said the letter was read to Sister Lucia April 27, then she read it again herself.
The archbishop also gave Sister Lucia an envelope containing what she confirmed as the message she had written in her own handwriting.
Sister Lucia "repeated her conviction that the vision of Fatima concerns, above all, the struggle of atheistic communism against the church and against Christians and describes the terrible sufferings of the victims of the faith in the 20th century," Archbishop Bertone said.
The archbishop said he felt he had to ask Sister Lucia why she had given instructions that secret should be revealed only after 1960, an instruction many people claimed was an order that it be published then.
Archbishop Bertone asked Sister Lucia if Mary had fixed the date.
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Archbishop Bertone said the pope, who was elected in 1978, first read the contents of the wax sealed envelope in May 1981 while in Rome's Gemelli Hospital recovering from the attack.
Catholic Pastoral Committee on Sexual Minorities - CPCSM
cpcsm.org, 8 Mar 2002 [cached]
But according to Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, secretary of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, New Ways "does not promote the authentic teaching of the Catholic church."
So Bertone wrote to Louisville's Archbishop Thomas Kelly directing him to forbid eucharistic celebrations during the March 8-10 gathering. "Because of the confusion and scandal which will inevitably arise from this event, this congregation asks your excellency to inform organizers of the symposium that they do not have permission to celebrate the Eucharist as part of their conference," Bertone wrote.
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Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, secretary of the Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is responsible for promoting and defending Catholic doctrine and morals, has gone as far as forbidding any Masses to be held at the conference.
But the conference sponsor plans to celebrate Mass tomorrow, contending that it is permissible under church law.
New Ways Ministry, the sponsor of the conference at the Galt House, ''does not promote the authentic teaching of the Catholic Church,'' which teaches that sex outside of marriage is sinful, Bertone wrote to Archbishop Thomas Kelly, head of the Louisville archdiocese.
''Because of the confusion and scandal which will inevitably arise from this event,'' Bertone asked Kelly to tell participants they ''do not have permission to celebrate the Eucharist as part of their conference.''
Kelly relayed Bertone's comments in a letter to New Ways Ministry, but he also invited conference participants to attend regularly scheduled Masses at the Cathedral of the Assumption, a few blocks from the Galt House.
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Bertone asked Kelly to tell New Ways it could not have Mass. Kelly relayed the message and suggested conference participants go to a regularly scheduled Mass at the nearby Cathedral of the Assumption instead.
Kelly, who has a doctorate in church law, said he interpreted Bertone's message as a ban carrying the weight of papal authority.
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Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, a representative of the Vatican, wrote a
Homosexuality of the RCC
www.remnantofgod.org, 9 Mar 2002 [cached]
Archbishop Tarcisio Bertone, a representative of the Vatican, wrote a letter to Archbishop Thomas Kelly of Louisville asking that the archbishop forbid the celebrating of the Eucharist by participants in the symposium.
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