Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Pope John Paul II, Cardinal Ratzinger were in material heresy for accepting Vatican Council II with the premise : Abp.Lefebvre was correct but unaware of the choice

Immagine correlataPope John Paul II and Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger were in material heresy for accepting an irrational version of Vatican Council II , when there was a rational choice unknown to them.
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre was correct in rejecting the irrational interpretation of Vatican Council II . However he too was unaware of the choice. Archbishop Lefebvre knew Vatican Council II was a break with the past but he did not know that the precise  cause was the irrational premise and inference , accepting Cushingism and rejecting Feeneyism.
The onus for pointing out the error lay with the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Vatican. Instead they excommunicated the archbishop.
Since Pope John Paul II and Cardinal Ratzinger could not get Archbishop Lefebvre to interpret Vatican Council II with the left hand column.They accepted the heretical version and they excommunicated him for his correct rejection of Vatican Council II with the false premise.
Now for canonical status, after so many years, the SSPX is expected to accept Vatican Council II with the same Magisterial Heresy i.e with the irrational premise, Cushingism and the right hand column.
The SSPX bishops need to identify and  avoid the Magisterial Heresy and accept Vatican Council II  without the premise and inference, with Feeneyism and the left hand column. Then they will be in accord with the perennial Magisterium. Pre and post 1949 magisterium will be  accord.
The traditionalists and sedevacantists were correct when they said Vatican Council II was a break with the past.
They now have to say Vatican Council II is not a break with the past when interpreted without the premise and inference.Vatican Council II is then acceptable. It's the same Council but now it is traditional with the old ecclesiology.
-Lionel Andrades

SSPX ask the CDF for an apology on this issue

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