Sunday, February 21, 2016

All Catholics can do the same : interpret magisterial documents with Feeneyism

I am affirming the offical teaching of the Catholic Church, according to Church documents interpreted without the common irrational premise and inference, to achieve a non traditional conclusion.I am not saying anything new.All Catholics 
can do the same.Today all religious communities, all lay Catholics, can accept magisterial documents intepreted with Feeneyism and they would be in good standing with the Church. In the sense no one can say  that they are rejecting any Church 

I interpret Vatican Council II with Feeeneyism i.e there are no known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. For me LG 16, LG 8, NA 2, UR 3 do not refer to objective cases. They are hypothetical for me.So they cannot contradict the strict intepretation of the dogma according to Fr. Leonard Feeney.All Catholics can do the same. It is rational and traditional.

According to Vatican Council II (AG 7, LG 14) all need faith and baptism for salvation. This is Feeneyism. Lumen Gentium (8,14,16) do not contradict AG 7. Since LG 8, LG 14 and LG 16 refer to hypothetical cases, they do not contradict the orthodox passages in Vatican Council II (AG 7, LG 14) .They also do not contradict the strict interpretation of the dogmaextra ecclesiam nulla salus.

'Zero cases of something are not exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus ' says the apologist John Martignoni.
Fr.P. Stefano Visintin OSB, Dean of the Faculty of Theology at the Pontifical University St.Anselm, Rome says all non Catholics need to enter the Catholic Church for salvation and there are no known exceptions.This is the teaching of the Catholic Church.
The baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are possibilities, he said, but are not known exceptions to the traditional teaching on salvation.
So one can still follow the perennial magisterium and accept Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1992) interpreted with rational and traditional Feeneyism.Any Catholic can do it.
This means rejecting the teachings of the contemporary magisterium, which uses irrational Cushing theology, to interpret Vatican Council II, the Catechism of the Catholic Church etc.Their interpretation cannot be the teaching of the Holy Spirit.Since the Holy Spirit cannot teach an irrationality nor teach something new, which is a break with the old magisterium of the Catholic Church.
I assume hypothetical cases are hypothetical and not objective.So they are not relevant to the old ecclesiology as exceptions.The present magisterium assumes hypothetical cases are objectively visible. This cannot be the teaching of the Holy Spirit.It is also contradictory to common sense, a lay Catholic would notice.
Since there are no exceptions to EENS there is no change in the traditional ecclesiology of the Church.This is the traditional teaching of the Catholic Church supported by the Holy Spirit.It is magisterial according to Church magisterial documents interpreted with Feeneyism it is not magisterial according to the persons who make up today's magisterium, the Vatican Curia.
So I am affirming the official teachings of the Church according to the magisterium, according to magisterial texts and documents (Vatican Council II,Catechism of the Catholic Church 1257,845,846, Council of Trent, Cantate Dominio, Council of Florence etc) .
The Vatican Curia is a break with the traditional magisterium (interpreted with Feeneyism), they are also irrational and have based their theology on  a lie ( there are visible persons in Heaven without the baptism of water).
They are not magisterial in the sense that they can only affirm the official teachings of the Church according to magisterial texts and documents, interpretated with an irrational premise and inference (Vatican Council II, Catechism of the Catholic Church 1257,845,846, Council of Trent, Cantate Dominio, Council of Florence etc).They have to use an irrationality to interpret these magisterial documents as a break with EENS.This cannot be the teaching of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit cannot teach a lie or make an objective error.
-Lionel Andrades

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