James Vogel presented the standard errors at the 2013 Catholic Identity Conference. He was, as expected, supported by Dr.John Rao, who will not answer two questions which I have asked him in personal correspondence.Neither will the SSPX Communications Office USA answer those two questions since they have to churn out the same message as Vogel, which has now become the political position of SSPX members.
None of them want to upset the cart and acknowledge that there can be two major interpretations of Vatican Council II.There can be two interpretations depending on a particular premise which is used. They are all using a false, irrational premise in the interpretation of the Council.
So the usual nonsense, was repeated, by John Rao, James Vogel, John Vennari, and others as if they have to maintain the SSPX party-line.This error is also upheld by their Roman Forum colleague in Rome, Mons. Ignacio Barreiro. He will never dare say that Vatican Council II does not contradict the literal interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus according to Fr.Leonard Feeney.He offers the Traditional Latin Mass in Rome! It seems like so many of them are looking after their career and comfortable lifestyle and the truth of the Faith is not their priority.
If Vatican Council II no where contradicts the traditional interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus , then the Council has to be traditional on the issue of other religions and Christian communities and churches.
Here are the two dreaded questions.(1) On the basis of these questions we can have two major interpretations of Vatican Council II, Cushingism and Feeneyism.
Presently the SSPX traditionalists and Cardinal Walter Kaspar and the liberal dissidents are united in choosing the irrational and heretical Cushing interpretation, which was supported by the Freemasons and others in Boston.
The SSPX traditionalists can also be politically corrected with Cushingism.So they deny the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus by using Cushingism and protect their property and way of life, from being targeted under anti Semitism, racist or new laws created by the Left, to restrict the Catholic Church.
Possibly the next conference too will repeat the same politically accepted position. -Lionel Andrades