There is a mistake on the Most
Holy Trinity seminary of the sedevantists.
No one issues. a correction/clarification.
'The Seminary professes that Vatican II
and the doctrinal, disciplinary and liturgical
reforms...' states the webpage of
Wikipedia and Most Holy Trinity,http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2015/08/wikipedia-and-most-holy-trinity-usa.html
Florida sedevacantist seminary make
the same error
2. The Seminary professes that Vatican II and the
doctrinal, disciplinary and liturgical reforms which
have proceeded from it are substantial
alterations of the Catholic Faith. It professes
that these heretical, evil, and blasphemous
reforms can in no way proceed from the
Roman Catholic Church, since she is
infallible in her doctrines,
The seminary faculty and students assume LG
16 refer to known and visible cases. They use
this irrational premise to infer that there are
known exceptions to the rigorist
intepretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam
since she is infallible in her doctrines
The dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus was
an infallible teaching and it was uphold by
the magisterium until 1949. Before 1949
no magisterium inferred that the baptism
of desire and being saved in invincible
ignorance were known and explicit
to be exceptions to the rigorist
interpretation of the dogma.
So the seminary holds the post 1949
position initiated by the Letter of
the Holy Office. This is a contradiction
of the pre-1949 teaching on the
infallible teaching.The pre 1949
magisterium teaching is accepted
by the liberals and the Vatican Curia.
This is a mistake. Since how can
unknown cases be known
exceptions to the traditional
interpretation of the dogma?
Where were the exceptions
in 1949 to the Feeneyite
version of the dogma?
What were their names?
Who at the Holy Family
Monastery, Florida knows
of an exception to the
Feeneyite version of the
dogma in 2015?-Lionel Andrades