Future of the TLM Mass
Paul Hellyer said...
You are so right. But it will take many years before the true expession of the Catholic faith will return to our parishes. Meanwhile we must suffer the lack of reverence of a committee made liturgy.
No it will not take many years.
The priests or a bishop simply has to announce that hypothetical cases of salvation mentioned in Vatican Council II are only hypothetical, and not de facto known in the present times. There is no objective case of someone saved in invincible ignorance with or without the baptism of water. There is no known case of someone being seen in Heaven in 2016 without the baptism of water.
This is all.
This is all that has to be announced and the ball will start rolling.
Lay Catholics will proclaim it.
It will be at the TLM and the Novus Ordo Mass.
Catholics will be saying there is exclusive salvation in only the Catholic Church.
They will be believe and proclaim that the rest of the world is going to Hell unless they formally convert into the Catholic Church.
Think of the change in catechesis.
Think of the impact at the level of the ordinary laity.
It will be another type of revolution.-Lionel Andrades
No one is preaching membership in the Church is necessary for salvation even though Vatican Council II says this and this was part of the TLM ecclesiology for centuries