Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Spiritual Directors at the Gregorian University have a message for Pope Francis : unity among Catholics

Spiritual Directors at the Gregorian University, in their errors and heresy, have a message for Pope Francis.When corrected it can create unity among Catholics
Here are the two points taught by the Jesuits. If Pope Francis addresses them he could begin a reconciliation with the sedevacantists, traditionalists SSPX and the community of Fr.Leonard Feeney in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
1) When the Jesuits teach that Fr.Leonard Feeney was excommunicated for saying that the baptism of desire is not an exception to the dogma, and that this is the Magisterial teaching, then the Jesuits are saying that the Magisterium made an error. It is an objective, factual error. It is a fact of life that we cannot see the dead. So how can there be known exceptions? The Jesuits teach that the Magisterium also assumes that the dead are alive and are an exception to Fr.Leonard Feeney's interpretation.
When this error is corrected by Pope Francis  he will be affirming the literal interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus, the same as the sedevacantists CMRI, MHFM etc and the communities of Fr.Leonard Feeney.
2) If the Jesuits continue to teach that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are known exceptions to the Nicene Creed ( I believe in three known baptism for the forgiveness of sins and not one baptism) and the Athanasius Creed (outside the Church there is known salvation) they are also saying that this is the teaching of the Magisterium and the Magisterium is in heresy like them.

It is simple misinformation that Pope Francis has to clarify:
1. We obviously cannot see the dead on earth.
2.The Letter of the Holy Office 1949 says Fr.Leonard Feeney was excommunicated for disobedience and not for heresy. When the Church lifted the excommunication they did not ask him to recant.
The secular media claims he was excommunicated for heresy so does EWTN ,on line, which is false.( See Tragic Errors of Fr.Leonard Feeney (EWTN) . EWTN assumes it was for heresy.They use an interpretation with the  Richard Cushing premise.http://www.ewtn.com/library/scriptur/feeney.txt )
Here are the Jesuit  Spiritual Directors at the Gregorian University who have not commented or denied the last post  on this blog which was e-mailed to all of them :- 
Alex Zatyurka S.J (zatyrka@unigre.it),
Mark Inglot S.J (m.inglot@unigre.it )
Josephn Jeevendra Jadhav S.J (jadjav@unigre.it ),
Xavier Hwang S.J ( hwang@unigre.it ),
Peter Lah S.J ( lah@unigre.it ),
Linus Kujur S.J (kujur@unigre.it ),
Miguel Coll S.J (mcoll@unigre.it ),
Adam Wolanin S.J (wolanin@unigre.it ) ,
Bryan Lobo S.J (bryanlobo@jesuits.net ),
Michael Woods .J ( Woods@unigre.it) ,
Jonas Elias Capriani S. ( caprinisj@gmail.com )
Francisco Campos ( franciscofcampos@gmail.com ),
Victor Zhuk S.J ( Victor.zhuk@gmail.com ),
Eric Ramirez S.J ( eramirezsj@gmail.com ),
Jakub Garcar S.J (jakub.garcar@gmail.com )
They will conducte the Ignation Spiritual Exercises as a break with St.Ignatius by assuming there are known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and to the Catholic Church's traditional teaching on mortal sin. This is heresy and they suggest that this is the teaching of the Magisterium.
-Lionel Andrades

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