Friday, March 28, 2014

Bishop Bernard Fellay is using the Cushing-Jesuit Factual Error

The SSPX official website has approved articles on two web pages written by Fr.Francois Laisney and Fr.Joseph Pfieffer ( now SSPX-SOS) with the same objective error. It is assumed that we can physically see cases of the baptism of desire for them to be exceptions to the dogma on exclusive salvation and also to 27 Q of the Catechism of Pope Pius X.It is common knowledge that objectively we cannot see the dead who are in Heaven.Bishop Fellay has approved these articles by the SSPX priests.Also these two articles deal with theology and do not mention that philosophically we cannot see the dead-saved. So there are no known exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.

The SSPX General Chapter statement says:
For this reason it seems opportune that we reaffirm our faith in the Roman Catholic Church, the unique Church founded by Our Lord Jesus Christ, outside of which there is no salvation nor possibility to find the means leading to salvation...'

The General Chapter Statement says :
The Society continues to uphold the declarations and the teachings of the constant Magisterium of the Church in regard to all the novelties of the Second Vatican Council which remain tainted with errors...

Bishop Bernard Fellay and the General Chapter members did not state that it was Vatican Council II itself which says 'outside ' the Church ' there is no salvation nor possibility to find the means leading to salvation..'.

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The Superior General of the SSPX  has permitted books to be sold by the SSPX with this same factual error. The error is there in a book written by Fr.Jean Marie Gleize . Bishop Fellay wrote the preface and recommended this book.
 'the society (SSPX) is known as a strong defender and proponent of the Tridentine Mass, along with pious practices, beliefs, customs and religious discipline often associated with the period before the Second Vatican Council, which the society believes promoted erroneous'-Wikipedia
'associated with the period before the Second Vatican Council ?'
Bishop Bernard Fellay the Superior General of the Society of St.Pius X (SSPX) has made a doctrinal error in the interpretation of Vatican Council II.He uses the Cushing-Jesuit Factual Error and is unaware of it. So Vatican Council emerges for the SSPX as heretical.
Bishop Fellay cannot issue a clarification when such reports appear in the media since he assumes there are known exceptions in Vatican Council II to all Tradition.
Similarly the secular, left media says Vatican Council II has changed Church's teaching with regard to other religions.
This is false. Yet Bishop Bernard Fellay cannot say that there is no text in Vatican Council II to support this error. Since Bishop Fellay himself makes the same error in the interpretation of the Council. He assumes all references to salvation (LG 16) etc are not invisible for us but visible .They are  not  hypothetical but de facto known in the present times.
Similarly when it is said that Nostra Aetate has changed Church teaching, Bishop Fellay cannot show that this is  not true because of the Cushing-Jesuit  Error which is common in the SSPX.
-Lionel Andrades