Sunday, May 31, 2015

Fr.Marco Hausmann indicates that the Letter of the Holy Office and the International Theological Commission have made a factual mistake

Physically we cannot see people in the present times saved with the baptism of desire or in invincible ignorance and without the baptism of water said Fr.Marco Hausmann .I was talking with him about an hour back.
He agreed that these cases were only known to God.

So if any one infers that we can physically see these persons, that they are personally known in the present times, it would be wrong ? I asked . He said "Yes."
This is a very important issue.I was not discussing baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance in the usual theological way it is discussed. I was referring to literal cases.Literally we cannot see persons in Heaven. They are known only to God.
So literally, physically these cases cannot be known to us on earth.If any one implies that it is possible to know these cases, or that it is common, it would be a falsehood.
I was not talking theology. Fr.Marco gave a common sense answer.It was based on common knowledge that he said that we cannot see people in Heaven, physically.

This is an important issue in the Catholic Church since popes, cardinals, bishops and priests infer that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are exceptions to the traditional interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. To be an exception these cases would have to be known physically, personally in the present times.

The dogma says all need to be formal members of the Church for salvation, all need to convert into the Catholic Church with faith and baptism to avoid Hell and to go to Heaven.So if these cases are really exceptions to the dogma then it means that we know who they are in the present times.It means that they are personally known to us to be exceptions to all needing to formally enter the Church to avoid Hell.

Only if they are personally known, if they exist in our reality can they be exceptions to all needing faith and baptism today to go to Heaven.

Fr.Marco Hausmann confirms that there is no  such case in our reality. He is really saying the obvious. He may not know it but he will be contradicting the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. The CDF has approved a mistake.
Here is Cardinal Luiz Ladaria S.J the present Secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith implying that these cases are physically visible to us in the present times. I quote passages from the International Theological Commission's Christianity and the World Religions.The sub- heading is extra ecclesiam nulla salus. The then Fr.Luiz Ladaria S. J was the president of the ITC and approved  this paper. Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger over saw it.

International Theological Commission, Christianity and the World Religions
66. In his encyclical Mystici Corporis, Pius XII addresses the question, How are those who attain salvation outside visible communion with the Church related to her? He says that they are oriented to the mystical body of Christ by a yearning and desire of which they are not aware (DS 3821).1
Note he is writing this in the context of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.When 'those who attain salvation outside visible communion with the Church' are not physically visible to us how can they be related to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus? When they are not personally known to us how can they be relevant to the dogma. What are the names and surnames of these people outside the Church who are saved ? Cardinal Ladaria  assumes that these cases are known to us in the present times.For him they are relevant to the dogma.

The opposition of the American Jesuit Leonard Feeney, who insisted on the exclusivist interpretation of the expression extra ecclesiam nulla salus , afforded the occasion for the letter of the Holy Office, dated 8 August ,1949, to the archbishop of Boston, which rejected Feeney s interpretation and clarified the teaching of Pius XII.
He confirms here that he assumes that these cases are physically visible  and known to us. The Letter of the Holy Office 1949 made this objective mistake. It originally assumed that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance were exceptions to the traditional Feeneyite interpretation of the dogma.It had nothing to do with the dogma.

The letter distinguishes between the necessity of belonging to the Church for salvation (necessitas praecepti) and the necessity of the indispensable means of salvation (intrinseca necessitas); in relationship to the latter, the Church is a general help for salvation (DS 3867—69).
What has this to do with the Feeneyite version of the dogma? We do not know who these cases are says Fr.Marco.
Cardinal Ladaria makes the connection. So for him these cases would be visible in the present times, even though they are in Heaven?! This is an objective error.

In the case of invincible ignorance the implicit desire of belonging to the Church suffices; this desire will always be present when a man aspires to conform his will to that of God (DS 3870). But faith, in the sense of Hebrews 11:6, and love are always necessary with intrinsic necessity (DS 3872).
Again what has this to do with the dogma. These are hypothetical cases for us. Speculation. Well meaning and acceptable.
Cardinal Ladaria links it to the dogma. They would have to be physically seen in the present times to be relevant to the dogma. So how can these  cases be exceptions to all formally needing to convert into the Church in the present times?How can hypothethical cases be de facto exceptions in the present times?

67. Vatican Council II makes its own the expression extra ecclesiam nulla salus. 
It depends on the interpretation. If one assumes there are visible apparitions then Vatican Council becomes a break with the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and the rest of Tradition.
If there are no apparitions seen in the present times, there is nothing in Vatican Council II to contradict the dogma.

But in using it the council explicitly directs itself to Catholics and limits its validity to those who know the necessity of the Church for salvation. 
Apparition theology! It is assumed that those who are saved with the baptism of desire or in invincible ignorance are exceptions to the dogma, since these cases are personally known and physically visible to us humans.Then it is concluded that  only those who 'know', i.e who are not in invincible ignorance are culpable.This is the new theology.
This is also a new doctrine on salvation based on being able to see people in Heaven saved in invincible ignorance and the baptism of desire, who are exceptions to all needing to formally enter the Church.First there is the false premise and then there is the wrong inference.
The error of the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 is incorporated in Vatican Council II. This is the new doctrine based on an irrationality that Cardinal Ladaria accepts and uses  to refute the traditional interpretation of the dogma, which says all need to convert with no exceptions.
He is using the Marchetti-Cushing Addition to contradict an orthodox teaching on salvation.
The council holds that the affirmation is based on the necessity of faith and of baptism affirmed by Christ (LG 14).
The Council says all need faith and baptism for salvation. This is the orthodox passage in Ad Gentes 7 and Lumen Gentium 14-but he really has refuted it with the Marchetti-Cushing Addition i.e there are known exceptions.
For hims there are personally known cases in the present times who are saved without 'faith and baptism' and who are saved in invincible ignorance or the baptism of desire.This contradicts the necessity of faith and baptism affirmed by Christ.
In fact  his error contradicts Lumen Gentium 14 and Ad Gentes 7,which says all need faith and baptism for salvation.

 In this way the council aligned itself in continuity with the teaching of Pius XII, but emphasized more clearly the original parenthentical character of this expression.
Being saved in invincible ignorance and the baptism of desire are not known to us in the present times says Fr.Marco Hausmann. So they  do not contradict the traditional Feeneyite version of the dogma.This was a mistake of the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 issued during the pontificate of Pope Pius XII.

The Letter of the Holy Office 1949, says there are exceptions to the dogma.It infers that these cases are physically visible and known to us to be exceptions.How can people in Heaven be exceptions on earth? This is an elementary error.
I did not speak with Fr.Marco Hausmann about the International Theological Commission error. I only asked him if a pope, cardinal, bishop or priest infers that physically there are known cases of persons now in Heaven saved in invincible ignorance or the baptism of desire, would it not be wrong.?He answered "Yes".
His answer indicates that the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 and the International Theological Commission which cites the Letter, have made a factual mistake.
-Lionel Andrades

Fr.Marco Hausmann  in Rome says there are no exceptions while the Vicariate is teaching young lay Catholics that there are exceptions

Fr.Marco Hausmann , Fr.P. Stefano Visintin OSB say there are no exceptions to the dogma, Cardinal Valliani's Vicariate says there are

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Bishop Frank Dewane of Venice, Fla,USA gives the mandatum to teach apparition theology and a new false doctrine approved by the CDF


If a Catholic college cannot assure that its theology professors are imparting the truths of the faith, then families should look to more faithful Catholic institutions, suggested Bishop Frank Dewane of Venice, Fla., in an interview with The Cardinal Newman Society.
Sound theology is the heart of Catholic higher education; it helps students direct their learning, explore the beauty of the faith and better understand their relationship with God and the Church. Therefore the Church provides the academic mandatum, an acknowledgment by the local bishop of a “professor’s commitment and responsibility to teach authentic Catholic doctrine and to refrain from putting forth as Catholic teaching anything contrary to the Church’s magisterium,” according to the U.S. bishops’ guidelines...

Parents must know that Bishop Frank Dewane of Venice, Fla.USA like other U.S bishops approve the mandatum for Catholic theology professors who teach  liberal theology, which is irrational and heretical.It is a new theology in the Church which is approved by the political left and the Vatican.

It presumes that persons saved in invincible ignorance and the baptism of desire are personally known to us in the present times. Then it infers that these known cases  in Heaven are there without the baptism of water. Then it further infers that these cases in Heaven, there without the baptism of water are known exceptions in the present times to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. So all do not need to enter the Church in the present times.This is apparition theology.
Those Catholic professors who use this reasoning, this non-logic, fantasy theology are given the mandatum to teach theology. Those who do not use the visible-dead exceptions theory, the dead man walking theology, would be considered traditionalists or sedevacantists.
The same with Catholic schools.A new doctrine and false theology are taught  to Catholic school children.
Catholic school children in Detroit or Birmingham, Alabama or other U.S dioceses are taught the same irrationality in Catechism class approved by the bishops.
This is the theology used by the traditionalist university professors John Lamont ( Sydney,Australia), Joseph Shaw (England), Thomas Pink ( England) and the liberal Catholic professor Gavin D'Costa ( Bristol,U.K).
If they do not use the irrational premise and inference which comes from Cardinal Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani's Letter of the Holy Office 1949 they would be saying that all Jews, Muslims, Protestants and Orthodox Christians need to convert into the Catholic Church in 2015 with 'faith and baptism', to go to Heaven and avoid Hell. This would be unacceptable to the bishops and the Vatican.It would be opposed by non Catholics.
So the mandatum is given for a fake teaching by Bishop Devine and Catholic bishops all over the world.
According to the website of the diocese:
 Bishop Dewane, by divine institution, carries on the work of the apostles. By reason of episcopal consecration, he shares in the triple apostolic function of teacher of doctrine, priest of sacred worship and minister of church government. Bishop Dewane is responsible for the pastoral care of the Diocese of Venice.

I would add:
 Bishop Dewane, by divine institution, carries on the work of the apostles.
The apostles, Church Fathers and  Medieval Church  taught  the strict interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.This is the teaching also of Vatican Council II without the irrational theology.So the bishop is teaching a new doctrine.
 By reason of episcopal consecration, he shares in the triple apostolic function of teacher of doctrine, priest of sacred worship and minister of church government.
He is not a teacher of Church doctrine but of a new doctrine approved by the Left and the Vatican.It is an irrational doctrine and was not part of the Deposit of the Faith before 1949.

 Bishop Dewane is responsible for the pastoral care of the Diocese of Venice.

This pastor has rejected the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
He has changed the Nicene Creed.
He reinterprets Vatican Council II with an irrationality which comes from the Cardinal  Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani Letter of the Holy Office 1949.
He gives the mandatum, like other bishops, to those who teach a doctrine approved by the enemies of the Church.This is done with the assistance of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith,Vatican.

-Lionel Andrades

Even Tom Mohniyan's Ave Maria University adhere's fully to Ex Corde Ecclesiae and interprets Vatican Counncil II with a false premise

John Lamont, Thomas Pink, Joseph Shaw remain politically correct and keep their mandatum to teach theology

Joseph Shaw is not going to tell Muslims at Oxford that the Chuch says all need to formally enter the Church to avoid Hell. Neither is Gavin D'Costa going to say this in Bristol.

Joseph Shaw would not say that all need to formally enter the Church for salvation in Britain. This would be the old ecclesiology.Instead he would say that there are exceptions. This is the new ecclesiology.

University of Bristol Islamic Society, Bristol Muslim Cultural Society note this is an irrational and non professional interpretation of the Catholic Faith by Prof. Gavin D'Costa. It is poor scholarship

Gavin D'Costa presents an irrational view of the Catholic Faith to the Islamic Society of the University of Bristol and visiting Muslim professors

 Muslim professors must know exactly what are the teachings of the Catholic Church about Islam and other religions, before and after Vatican Council II

Ecclesiology is not changed with I.I and BOD.It never was.Vatican Council II was always orthodox on salvation.The ecclesiology was exclusivist.

No text in Quanto Conficiamur Moerore or the Council of Trent says there are exceptions to the traditional interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus

Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Bristol is still teaching an irrationality : even after being informed

May 31, 2014

Joseph Shaw, Gavin D'Costa obedient to Cardinal Vince Nicols are misleading lay Catholics

May 29, 2014

Cardinal Nicols and FIUV are telling a falsehood. Why do rank and file Catholics have to accept it?

May 20, 2014

If someone is saved with ' a ray of the Truth' (Nostra Aetate 2) it is not known in 2014, so NA 2 does not contradict AG 7 or extra ecclesiam nulla salus

May 13, 2014

Orthodox Catholics have no comments on the University of Bristol video

Exclusivist ecclesiology?
The new theology is based on being able to see the dead. Remove the premise, which is, "I can see the dead on earth".We then have the old ecclesiology, the exclusivist ecclesiology. The ecclesiology of Vatican Council II is exclusivist. Since it affirms the rigorist interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus in Ad Gentes 7, which says all need faith and baptism for salvation.LG 16,LG 8,UR 3,NA 2 etc are not known exceptions to Ad Gentes 7 or the dogma on exclusive salvation in the Catholic Church. We are left with the old ecclesiology.

Who agrees with you?
Archbishop Thomas E.Gullickson says Vatican Council II does not contradict the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and the Syllabus of Errors


 Implicit intention, invincible ignorance and a good conscience (LG 16) in Vatican Council II do not contradict extra ecclesiam nulla salus –John Martigioni

Our Lady's messages to Fr.Stefano Gobbi coming true

Our Lady told Fr.Stefano Gobbi in the 1970's that a time will come when the developed countries will force evil on to the developing countries. There is a LifeSites report :UN Group to Caribbean Delegate: No Aid Unless You Accept Our Terms on Abortion, Homosexuality'.
She also told Fr.Stefano Gobbi that the old Christian communities in the Mid East will be destroyed.
She said that all the enemies of the Catholic Church will unite and try to eliminate her. She makes a prediction about Rome ( read the book for yourself!).
-Lionel Andrades

UN Group to Caribbean Delegate: No Aid Unless You Accept Our Terms on Abortion, Homosexuality


ROME, May 27, 2015 ( – A former delegate to the United Nations (UN) from Saint Lucia revealed in an exclusive interview with LifeSiteNews how in 2011 the powerful intergovernmental organization bullied the tiny sovereign nation into inserting language dealing with homosexuality and abortion into a political declaration on HIV/AIDS, threatening to withdraw all help to those suffering with deadly disease unless it complied.
“They were going to withdraw all aid — all aid from us! — to deal with issues of HIV/AIDS unless we allowed these terms in the document,” Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, former Deputy Permanent Representative from Saint Lucia to the UN from 2008-11, told LifeSiteNews while in Rome during the recent Rome Life Forum.
“We were talking about medicines. We were talking about anything to do with dealing with the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Caribbean region — we would get no money unless we succumbed and allowed these terms that they wanted in the document,” she said.
UNAIDS has a long history of forcefully pushing what critics say is an anti-family agenda in countries around the world, especially poorer ones. For example, in 2006, UNAIDS condemned India’s anti-homosexuality law as “puritan,” urging the country to legalize homosexuality as part of an AIDS prevention program.
Flood-Beaubrun, the founder of the Caribbean Centre for Family and Human Rights (Carifam), related how she held the position of Lead Negotiator for the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) — which was made up of 15 countries — and was tasked with representing the interests of these countries in the creation of a political declaration about HIV/AIDS.
“As the lead negotiator, of course, I was presenting the position of the entire Caribbean community,” she said.
At one point, the Caribbean Community decided to remove references in the draft document to men-who-have-sex-with-men, sex-workers, and “reproductive rights,” since they were “not in keeping with the direction in which we had decided we wanted to go as a family of nations,” Flood-Beaubrun related.
“And UNAIDS, a UN agency, clearly was not happy with that,” she said.
Within hours of negotiating the position of the Caribbean Community before the UN, Flood-Beaubrun found herself at the center of a smear campaign fueled by high-ranking staff at UNAIDS. An email was circulated to various embassies, Caribbean missions, and government departments in Saint Lucia in which the delegate was accused of promoting her own agenda.
“I have just received an [sic] note from NY [New York] that the St. Lucia representative at the UN is at this very moment is [sic] negotiating in the name of CARICOM the draft of the political declaration for the upcoming UN HLM in NY,” the email, obtained by LifeSiteNews, states.
“This is very worrisome. This representative has consistently fought against the inclusion of any language around naming key populations such as MSM [men-who-have-sex-with-men], Sex workers or drug users in the political declaration. She has consistently supported conservative positions of the Holy See and Egypt and fought against any issues related to sexual and reproductive health,” the email continued.
“Given our 9th Round GTATM project and its focus on these same key populations, I can not see how CARICOM can endorse a position which is really the personal views of the Saint Lucia representative,” the email states.
Flood-Beaubrun related to LifeSiteNews just how ridiculous the allegations were.
“I have to make it really clear that the way the negotiations work is, the lead negotiator — which I was in that case — never sits in the negotiations on their own. We sit there with the representatives of our country. So, when one person speaks, it is after discussion with other delegates from the Caribbean Community. So, at no point did I advance any position that had not been already collectively decided.”
Flood-Beaubrun said that when other delegates from the Caribbean Community she was representing learned of the smear campaign, they rallied to her defense, sending letters of support to high-ranking Saint Lucia officials on her behalf.
“I would like to underscore that the CCOM representative, Mrs. Flood-Beaubrun, has been faithfully negotiating according to the CARICOM mandate,” wrote Miriam A. Mac Intosh, First Secretary Permanent Mission of Suriname to the United Nations, in a letter obtained by LifeSiteNews.
But UNAIDS officials went one step further, meeting with high-ranking government officials in Saint Lucia’s capitol to complain about the delegate. Within days Flood-Beaubrun stood accused by her own countrymen of “attacking” UNAIDS and bringing the organization into “disrepute.”
“And, although I had the backing of all of the delegates with whom I worked with on these issues, well, my government said that my contract would not be renewed because UNAIDS had complained about me,” she said.
When Flood-Beaubrun's position was handed over to someone else, the HIV/AIDS document was pushed through with the exact wording that UNAIDS wanted.
Flood-Beaubrun criticized the UN for pressuring sovereign member states into accepting ideologies that are foreign to national morality.
“This is such a serious issue, because member states are sovereign. UN agencies are accountable to member states. It is member states who are to direct UN agencies as to what to do. And there we had the reverse scenario, where a UN agency is threatening a member state,” she said.
Written by Pete Baklinski, with contributions by John-Henry Westen and Steve Jalsevac.
Originally published at LifeSiteNews.

Catholic Group Exposes Red Influence in the Vatican


 Doing the research and investigative work that the major U.S.
media have all but abandoned, an organization called the
American Life League (ALL) has uncovered dramatic evidence
of links between the highest levels of the Roman Catholic
Church and an international communist group known as the
World Social Forum. The evidence suggests overt Marxist
 influence on the climate change movement that Pope Francis
 and his top advisers are now embracing.
The ALL report, a 76-page PowerPoint presentation complete
 with original source material and numerous photographs,
 documents how Caritas Internationalis, the Vatican’s top
social justice organization, is actually “providing leadership” to
the communist group.

The report’s author, Michael Hichborn, stated, “This is a very
serious problem. Given how intimately connected the World
 Social Forum (WSF) has been with the promotion of communism,
 abortion, and homosexuality since the very beginning, it’s
impossible to see how any Catholic can participate in it, or even
 speak positively about it, let alone have any involvement in its
 governance. But Caritas Internationalis does!”
These allegations can’t be dismissed as anti-Catholic bigotry,
since the American Life League is itself a Catholic organization
that has been  working for years to expose Catholic funds and
organizations that promote causes at variance with official
 Catholic teaching.
However, Hichborn tells Accuracy in Media that except for
specialized  publications such as Lifesitenews, the media have
 ignored the report.
The ALL report on the WSF includes eye-opening photographs
from the group’s events, featuring open displays of communist
flags  and banners as well as images of such personalities as
Lenin, Castro  and Mao.
Most of our media, of course, reported on the “death” of
communism after the fall of the Berlin Wall.
But the ALL report notes that “There can be no mistaking
the materialist and revolutionary (Communist) nature of the
forum itself, which sets it in opposition to the Catholic Church.”
Hichborn told AIM that he delivered a copy of the report to the
 Vatican office known as Cor Unum, but that nothing came of it,
 and that one Vatican official concerned about the issue was
relieved of his duties.
ALL identifies the other Catholic groups involved in the
activities of the WSF as Pax Christi, Center of Concern,
Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, Catholic Relief Services
 and CIDSE, an  international alliance of Catholic
development agencies.
An independent review of the ALL report confirms the research into
 the links between Caritas Internationalis and the WSF. In fact, a
document on the Caritas website still affirms that “Caritas has been
 involved in the WSF since its beginnings. Caritas believes it’s an
 opportunity to exchange ideas and to build the momentum towards
real change.”
After the ALL report was released, a conference at the Vatican was
 sponsored by Caritas Internationalis that featured Jeffrey Sachs,
 the Columbia University professor and Special Advisor to United
Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon, and Gustavo Gutierrez,
the father of Marxist-oriented Liberation Theology.
As Accuracy in Media reported, Sachs wrote an article for the
 Jesuit publicationAmerica attacking the “American idea” of life,
 liberty and the pursuit of happiness as narrow and selfish. He
suggests that America’s founding document is outmoded and
 incompatible with his idea of Catholic teaching about social justice.
Sachs is an advocate of global taxes to extract hundreds of billions of
 dollars from the American people in order to finance some form
of world government. The climate change movement, based on
dubious science, is the most popular current vehicle that Sachs and
others can use to bring this about.
Seizing on Sachs’ extraordinary remarks in a major Catholic
 publication, the well-known writer Edward Cline comments on the
 Family Security Matters website that “It would take a village—or,
at least, the ‘global’ one—to subjugate and sack America.
That is what is being proposed by Jeffrey Sachs.”
The Cline piece carries the title, “The ‘Sach-ing’ of America,”
and he  concludes that “In its essentials, Sachs’ plan for the future
sacking of America differs little from Islam’s.”
In short, the American way of life is at risk, this time from a Vatican
 alliance with America’s academic elites and the U.N.
The World Social Forum itself just held another international
conference focusing on one aspect of the Sachs agenda: global
The WSF announced the launch of the Global Alliance for Tax Justice,
 including a statement that “Our vision entails progressive
 redistributive taxation polices that fund the vital public services,
end inequality and poverty, address climate change and lead to
sustainable development.”
The topic fits nicely with the expected papal encyclical on climate
At the Caritas conference, Pope Francis adviser Cardinal Oscar
Rodríguez Maradiaga said that critics of the proposed papal
document are advocates of an “ideology” that he concludes
 “is too tied to a capitalism that doesn’t want to stop ruining
the environment because they don’t want to give up their profits.”
Critics are concerned because of the pope’s several statements
indicating hostility to the system of capitalism and free markets
that has brought prosperity to hundreds of millions of people.
This kind of Marxist rhetoric from a top Vatican adviser makes
it appear as if the pope has aligned himself with an ideology
that, despite the “collapse” of communism, is still very
much alive, and which the Black Book of Communism says has
already claimed 100 million lives.
The recent cordial Francis visit with Cuban dictator Raul Castro
only adds to the growing concern.
“Pope Francis will give us his encyclical letter on ecology,” said
Maradiaga, anticipating its impact. “This year is a unique
 opportunity to take responsibility for the future of our world
and the lives of future generations.”
The title of the Caritas conference was, “One Human Family,
Caring for Creation.” But it appears that the “caring” part lies in
replacing capitalism with structures of “global governance” that
 involve a massive transfer of political and economic power to
 international organizations like the United Nations.
After Maradiaga stepped down, he was replaced by Cardinal
 Luis Antonio Tagle of Manila, Philippines, as the new
president of Caritas Internationalis. But Maradiaga
continues as the coordinator of a group of nine cardinals
 that serves as Francis’s Council of Cardinals.

Conchiglia of the Holy Trinity and the International Theological Commission

Pope Benedict XVIThe leftist Italian newspaper La Stampa, Vatican Insider  refers to the 'fake messages' of the seer Conciglia of the Holy Trinity.It is as if La Stampa is  having apparitions of their own and so know these messages are false.They could have just reported it objectively without judging the messages.
Jesus tells Conciglia  that what we see today is not His  Church.In some aspects it is not.Of course this still is the Church of Jesus Christ, it still is the Mystical Body of Jesus - but many aspects of the present day church are not part of Jesus' Church. They clearly come from Freemasonary and other enemies of the Church who represent Satan.
Conciglia says

Jesus: Even « the person of the Highest level in the Freemasonry »
is subordinate of the Hebrew Heads that hate Me
and that are effectively in power in the Vatican...
« That part of the Hebrew People » readily forgathered to study and plan
a monstrous « Worldwide Project ». The Hebrew Holocaust...
is a work of the same Hebrew Heads of the same époque and even then
« they have used others » to do the dirty work. Muslims... against Christians...
The « Unnamed » precedes the Antichrist... Is distorting all that I have taught.
PART V - The Most Appalling Reality of Humanity
Yesterday I  commented  on  Limbo according to the document issued by the International Theological Commission, Vatican. ITC  has made a factual and objective error in the Limbo report. I wrote about this a few years back.The blog post  has been there on the Internet since then. Yet nothing has been done or said about it at the Vatican.The Secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Cardinal Luiz Ladaria S.J  has been directly involved in this error.He was the President of the ITC. Cardinal Muller and Archbishop Di Noia have also been active at the ITC. So they all knew about it. All were  involved.
Rorate Caeili posted my reports as comments and then pulled them down.Rorate reported that a member of the Jewish Reformed community, who teaches ecumenism at the Angelicum University in Rome called in.
The ITC report on Limbo uses  Apparition Theology.So does  the rest of the Church.The error  originated in Boston in 1949. This was about the time of the creation of the state of Israel. Pope Pius XII was silent. He let the error creep into the Church. He did not defend Fr.Leonard Feeney who was faithful to the magisterium of the Church before 1949.
Since then there is a new magisterium. The contemporary magisterium accepts apparition theology. It's influence can be seen in Dominus Iesus and Redemptoris Missio. It is there in the Catechism of the Catholic Church 846,1257.How could a magisterium infer that the dead for us, who are now in Heaven, have been saved without the baptism of water, and they are now visible and known to us in the present times, to be exceptions to the rigorist interpretation of extra ecclesiam nulla salus,which says all need to formally enter the Church ? This is fantasy theology. Yet this is the politically correct irrationality, accepted by the popes, cardinals and bishops at the Vatican- since the time of Pope Pius XII.
The dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus has been done with.In reality it does not exist. It has been lost.
At Fatima, Our Lady said that the dogma of the faith will be lost. She could be referring to this important dogma of the Catholic Church.
This is the new Church which Conciglia of the Holy Trinity could be referring to.
My approach to this issue is not through mysticism but theology and doctrine and common sense.I can see that so many things which she mentions are correct.I see this by looking at the issue of extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
The present theology being used by the magisterium is irrational, non traditional, heretical and not Catholic.It is the new Church. This teaching cannot be part of Jesus' Church.
-Lionel Andrades

Seer Conchiglia of the Holy Trinity meets Pope Benedict

In The Hope of Salvation for Infants Who Die Without Being Baptized they used Marchetti theology, an irrational theology'_piu'_sconvolgente_dell'Umanita'_Capi_ebrei_che_Mi_odiano_al_potere_in_Vaticano_L'Innominato_precede_l'Anticristo.pdf