"The paths of hope are opened"

Rorate Caeli reports on an interview given by Cardinal Castrillon Hoyos to the RCN RAdio Network of Colombia. Here is a link to a report of the interview (in Spanish).

His Eminence reiterated that any honest man would reject viscerally what happened in the holocaust, that he personally rejected it and agreed with the Church that we should never forget, so that humanity never repeats these atrocities.

He also spoke of how the Holy Father wanted the Church to move forward to ensure that the unity of the Church be rebuilt, and added:
"[W]hat is important at this moment is that the Pope has stopped a schism. The charity that Christ wanted to exist in the Church has been remarkably reestablished, and paths of hope are opened."
For the record, Bishop Williamson has been removed by the SSPX from his post as Rector of the Seminary of La Reja in Argentina.

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