Tuesday, April 12, 2016

For humans, including the popes, there cannot be known exceptions to the moral law

We simply have to respond to the popes saying :
1) We do not know any one in the present times (2016) who is an exception to the traditional moral teaching i.e who is living in adultery, concubinage etc and will not go to Hell. Neither do the popes personally know of someone who is an exception.
2) No one in the past knew of any exception to the traditional teaching on mortal sin.Everyone who is living in mortal sin is on the way to Hell.No one in the past saw someone in Heaven who was an exception to the moral law.
There are no physically visible cases of a couples living in adultery who will go to Heaven. There are no personally known cases of couples in adultery who will not go to Hell.The Bible says they will go to Hell and it is common knowledge that there cannot be any one personally known, who will not go to Hell, who is an exception.If there are no physically visible cases how can there be an exception to the traditional moral law ?
The new moral theology, of Pope Benedict XVI, which is part of the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1995) is based on physically knowing, explicitly seeing exceptions to '  Know you not that the unjust shall not possess the kingdom of God? Do not err: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor the effeminate, nor liers with mankind, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor railers, nor extortioners, shall possess the kingdom of God. (1Cor 6:9,10).
Mortal sin is mortal sin since we cannot know of someone who will not go to Hell because of the  conditions of mortal sin in the Catechism (1995) Who knows of someone living in adultery who will not go to Hell since he did not have full knowledge or complete consent ? How can we know this?!
Which pope can say that a particular person living in concubinage will not go to Hell becuase there was 'unintentional ignorance '( CCC 1857-1860 Mortal Sin) ? None of us humans can know how God will judge a person.
Similarly all the 'exceptions' mentioned in Amoris Laeitiae are not exceptions. They can never be exceptions for us human beings.
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn (right)  and Cardinal Lorenxo Baldisseri hold a copy of Pope Francis's apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (CNS)
The Amoris Laeitiae 'exceptions' are human speculation, papal speculation, on how God will supposedly ignore the Biblical teaching on sin. The speculation is assumed to be known in reality i.e due to some circumstance, someone who was living in adultery, did not go to Hell.They speculated on how Jesus would judge at the Paricular Judgement.
When it is inferred that the speculation refers to a know exception to traditional moral teachings, we have the new moral theology.
This is theology based on a false reasoning.
It is new theology based on a false premise ( hypothetical cases and known examples  of persons living in mortal sin who are in Heaven)  and conclusion ( in general the traditional, centuries old moral teaching does not exist de facto, in reality,since there are exceptions). 
This theology says hypothetical cases are defacto exceptions to traditional mortal sin. It is based on this false reasoning, in magisterial documents after the Council of Trent, that Pope Francis and Pope Benedict are changing Catholic teaching on the Eucharist, mortal sin, adultery, concubinage, divorce, the family, etc.With an irrationality they create a development of doctrine.
Ask the popes whom do they know  who is living in adultery and is not going to Hell?
Call from above: Jaqueline Sabetta, from Santa Fe, Argentina, pictured with her husband Julio some years ago, got a personal phone call from Pope Francis to assure her that they could take communion, despite both having been married before
 The Argentinian couple in a second marriage whom Pope Francis phoned will not go to Hell because of social factors? How would Pope Francis know? 1
 The popes cannot know of any exception to the moral and faith teachings unless they went to Heaven and returned to confirm it in 2016.Pope Francis can hope and speculate that the Argentinian couple will go to Heaven but he cannot know.
Yet in Amoris Laetitiae Pope Francis mentions exceptions to the moral law.While in the interview with Avvenire Pope Benedict says there are exceptions to the faith teachings on salvation.
He rejected the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus because of alleged exceptions. He also interpreted Vatican Council II, with LG 16 etc referring to not invisible  but explicit cases. So Vatican Council II ( Cushingite) has a hermenutic of discontinuity with Tradition and in particular the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus ( Feeneyite).With exceptions there was a 'development' also for Pope Benedict.
1.We need to remind the popes that there are no known exceptions to the faith and moral teachings of the Catholic Church in 2016.
2.Also they must not assume that hypothetical cases, referred to in magisterial documents ( invincible ignorance etc) refer to known exceptions to the traditional teachings.For humans, including the popes, there cannot be known exceptions to the moral law.-Lionel Andrades


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This error is all over Vatican Councl II and it should be enough for any one to reject the Council if they wanted to :its also there in Amoris Laetitia

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I want to read the Catechism of Trent.Too many factual mistakes in other catechisms and Vatican Council II



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