Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Modernists in Rome and the SSPX are in agreement.

'Modernists in Rome' and SSPX agree baptism of desire is not implicit but explicit for us
The 'modernists in Rome' have the same position on the baptism of desire as the Society of St.Pius X( SSPX).Both groups consider the baptism of desire as explicit instead of implicit for us. The 'modernists in Rome' ( to use an SSPX term) along with Archbishop Lefebvre and Bishop Fellay have the same position on ' a ray of Truth'(Nostra Aetate 2) .They consider a person being saved with ' a ray of the Truth' as not being invisible for us but objectively seen in real life.
 So for the modernists, using this irrationality, there are explicit exceptions to 
 extra ecclesia nulla salus.
-Lionel Andrades

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