Pope Francis an enemy of ecumenism that goes beyond friendly relations with other churches?

Sunday sermons, weekday observations

“Grave questions” arise from what he’s said about churches’ crossing the Tiber, i.e. joining the flock of Peter:

After the announcement of Anglicanorum coetibus, signifying the erection of the Ordinariates, the senior Anglican in Argentina … so he narrates … received an invitation from H E Cardinal Bergoglio.

He “called me to have breakfast with him one morning and told me very clearly that the Ordinariate [authorizing Anglicans’ acceptance into full communion with Rome] was quite unnecessary and that the church needs us as Anglicans.”

Stay where you are, we like it that way, he told the man.

Some years later, after election to the See of St. Peter, [Pope Francis] said to Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk (Pembroke College Oxford and ‘Foreign Minister’ of the Moskow Patriarchate):

“. . . the Catholic Church will never allow an attitude of division to arise from her people. We will…

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