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By  Dean Barker, The Remnant, Oct. 17, 2022

In a previous article, I covered why traditionalists like Oscar the Trad Grouch are not being included in the Sesame Street Synod, also known as the Synod on Synodality. This is because the true objective of the Synod is not to see what the Holy Ghost wants for the Church, or even to see what the Catholic laity want, but to find an excuse to try wrecking the Church. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be inviting non-Catholics for their input; as St. Paul said, “…what part hath the faithful with the unbeliever?” (2 Corinthians 6:15, Douay Rheims). The non-Catholic presence is necessary, because no serious Catholic would dare set foot in a synodal meeting which seeks to mock his faith, which explains why participation has been so abysmal.

Well, it would seem that Pope Francis hasn’t quite been able to take the hint, because yesterday, he announced that he would be extending the Sesame Street Synod to 2024. It’s no secret that the synodal process has been very slow over the last year, with roughly 1% of American Catholics getting involved, and many European countries reporting participation of less than 10%. However, according to Francis, even these laughable numbers are making the Synod move far too quickly. …

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