Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Cardinals' New Declaration Corrects Rampant Confusion in the Church

This is a must-view for any concerned Catholic of today. Cardinal Raymond Burke and Bishop Athanasius Schneider, in league with other concerned bishops have issued a historic declaration of truths refuting the many errors presently misleading the Church—errors that have been professed by Pope Francis. These include the false teaching that God wills other religions, that we should not attempt to convert Jews and members of other religions, that Jews do not need Christ, that God's mercy is unconditional, that God blesses adultery and homosexuality, that no sin can condemn us, that there exists no eternal damnation or hell, that the souls of those who die in mortal sin are simply "annhiliated," and much more.


JBQ said...

"Confusion" is part of the agenda.

Anonymous said...

Paper tigers

PW said...
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Leo D. Lion said...

The declaration of truths is the most important act the bishops and cardinal forged from the Church for all catholics.

Rand Miller said...

Anything short of a declaration that Francis is not the Pope, is useless. It is another futile attempt, a so called "fraternal" declaration that Francis can simply ignore. If Francis is indeed the Pope, then he has the final say. However, if he is an obstinate heretic (which any Catholic can easily recognize that he is), then he is not the Pope. The Cardinals do not even know Catholic doctrine concerning the Papacy!

David O'Neill said...

Thank God for 'Catholic' bishops who preach & teach the Truth

Michael Dowd said...

Bravo for Cardinal Burke and compatriots for issuing this document of basic Catholic teaching, teaching that is now being undermined by that devil in the Vatican.

And what of the 99.999% of the other Bishops and Cardinals for their act of faith and heroism? Let us say, the applause you hear will be the sound of one hand clapping.

Anonymous said...

I see Gaybrielle is still commenting. Imagine being a modernist hippy triggered several times a day by this blog, LOL.

Catholic Mission said...

Declaration of Truths chooses ambiguity and heresy in the quotation from Pope Paul VI
The Declaration of Truths issued by the cardinals and bishops, on Monday, states:


So what ?
Pope Paul VI believed that unknown cases of the baptism of desire(BOD), baptism of blood(BOB) and being saved in invincible ignorance(I.I) were known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla slaus.So there was salvation outside the Church for him. There were non Catholics saved in their religion who did not need to enter the Catholic Church with faith and baptism to avoid Hell.
It is the same for Pope Francis and Pope Benedict.
Now if Cardinal Raymond Burke said that unknown cases of BOD, BOB and I.I are not known exceptions to EENS, this is common sense it would be different. There are no practical exceptions to 16th century EENS, then this changes everything.
He would be saying that all non Catholics in 2019 are oriented to Hell unless they enter the Church with Catholic faith, which includes the baptism of water in the Catholic Church.This should be the understanding for mission.
It would also mean that there are no exceptions mentioned in Vatican Council II to Feeneyite EENS. So the Holy Office 1949 was irrational and Fr. Leonard Feeney of Boston was orthodox and rational.
This would change everything.
But the Declaration left this passage vague and so indirectly supported the New Theology based upon there being known exceptions to EENS.


Catholic Mission said...

Declaration of Truths signatories support the New Theology and New Ecclesiology which is based upon an irrationality and its conclusion is non traditional and heretical

A Declaration of Truths has been issued by cardinals and bishops on Pentecost Monday which does not state that outside the Catholic Church there is no known salvation; there are no practical exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS) and the past exclusive ecclesiology and an ecumenisn of return. So all non Catholics and non Christians are oriented to Hell in general unless they enter the Catholic Church with 'faith and baptism'.( Cantate Dominio, Council of Florence 1441, Vatican Council II (AG 7), Catechism of Pope Pius X etc). This needs to be affirmed.
The ambiguity still exists in the Declaration. Since, for the signatories unknown cases of the baptism of desire(BOD), baptism of blood(BOB) and being saved in invincible ignorance(I.I) are personally known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. So a rupture emerges with EENS as it was known, for example, to the Magisterium in the 16th century.
The ambiguity also exists since the signatories have not stated that invisible and hypothetical cases referenced in Vatican Council II (LG 8, LG 14, LG 16, UR 3, NA 2, GS 22 etc) are not physically visible non Catholics, saved outside the Church in 1965-2019.So Vatican Council II would not contradict the traditional, Feeneyite interpretation of the dogma EENS.On the contrary they are using the false premise like the ecclesiastics at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith(CDF), Vatican.
For the signatories unknown cases of BOD, BOB and I.I and LG 8, LG 16, UR 3, NA 2 etc are objective and practical examples of salvation outside the Catholic Church. So they are exceptions to the traditional understanding of there being no salvation outside the Church.
This is a rejection of the dogma EENS and a rejection of the Athanasius Creed which says outside the Church there is no salvation.This creates a new understanding of the Nicene and Apostles Creed.There emerges an irrational interpretation of Vatican Council II, which makes the Council a rupture with the Creeds and Catechisms.
This is first class heresy.
It is also the common irrational interpretation of magisterial documents with the familiar false premise and inference which creates a new non traditional conclusion.
The Declaration has accommodated the New Theology, in faith and salvation. So with there being alleged known cases of non- Catholics being saved outside the Church for the signatories, they were restricted to a Christology which excludes an ecclesiocentric ecclesiology.It is Jesus without the necessity of formal membership in the Catholic Church for salvation.
The signatories are supporting the New Ecclesiology based upon hypothetical and theoretical cases, for us human beings, being personally visible people saved outside the Church in the present times.This is a violation of the Principle of Non Contradiction. We cannot see someone on earth who is also in Heaven, saved without the baptism of water in the Catholic Church.The person would have to be in two places at the same time.How can any one of us say that a St. Emerentiana or St. Victor is in Heaven without the baptism of water in the Catholic Church?
-Lionel Andrades

Catholic Mission said...

The Declaration of Truths is meaningless for the liberals, since Cardinal Raymond Burke,Bishop Athanasius Schneider and the other signatories do not affirm the old interpretation of extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS). So since the dogma and doctrines on salvation have changed for them, everything is open to change.

Cardinal Walter Kasper pointed this out directly a few years back in an interview. He said if ecclesiology could be changed then why cannot the Eucharist be given to the divorced and re-married.
In another interview, when he was made a cardinal, he said, that no one today believes in the Eucharist.This is a common liberal line.
Why cannot the Eucharist be given to every one, Pope Francis is now asking?
So since Cardinal Burke and Cardinal Pujac and the other signatories have accepted that unknown cases of LG 8, LG 14, LG 16, UR 3, NA 2 ,GS 22 etc are personally known exceptions to EENS, this is a new revelation in the Church and so the liberals , other teachings and doctrines can be changed.
They could not say that all non Catholics in 2019 need to enter the Catholic Church to avoid Hell and there are no known exceptions for us humans beings. Hypothetical possibilities are not practical exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.Vatican Council II cannot contradict EENS, the past exclusive ecclesiology and an ecumenism of return.The Council does not contradict the Syllabus of Errors and the Athanasius Creed.-Lionel Andrades

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