Actually, this one is true. Herr Ratzi is considering abolishing the idea of limbo, which is a significant theological tenet of Catholic teaching. (It is, among other things, the place that unbaptized souls are said to go, and was the “paradise” that Jesus allegedly was referring to when he supposedly told a fellow victim of the Romans that he’d meet that person there.)
[T]here are those who argue that it is not simply a “hypothesis” that can just be swept aside; that the notion that unbaptised children do not go to heaven has been a fundamental part of Church teaching for hundreds of years.
So if limbo, which is so important to Catholics, is a lie … well, where exactly does this slippery slope end? Transubstantiation? Saints? Virgin birth? Resurrection?
Golly, is it possible the whole thing is based on a silly, pointless fantasy?
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