Thursday, February 08, 2024

Cardinals meet secretly in Prague to discuss "gender ideology"

Oppositiegroep van kardinalen en bisschoppen hield geheime bijeenkomst – De  Roerom

A five-star hotel with a panoramic view of Prague, including the famous Rozmberk Castle and the Charles Bridge. 

The Mozart Hotel, located in the heart of the city that saw the birth of Franz Kafka and Rainer Maria Rilke, is one those places in the Czech capital where one can only dream of staying. 

But the topic for a few days at the end of September was not literature.

In one of the hotel's lounges, some 20 Catholic bishops focused on a completely different issue -- "Gender ideology, science, and the nature of divine revelation." 

Participants at the September 26-28 gathering were not just any prelates. 

La Croix has learned that, among the 21 Catholic officials, there were nine cardinals, mainly from Asia.

They included Cardinals Virgilio Do Carmo da Silva (Timor-Leste), Oswald Gracias (India), William Goh (Singapore) and Patrick D'Rozario (Bangladesh). 

Among the European cardinals there were Willem Eijk (Netherlands), Angelo Bagnasco (Italy), and Dominik Duka (Czech Republic). Also joining them were a number of African and American prelates, including Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone (San Francisco, USA).