Monday, April 11, 2016

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

Related imageI need a personal copy of the Cathechism of the Council of Trent.Since in the catechisms which followed Trent there is a factual error. They have mixed up what is hypothetical as being explicit.The same mistake is there in Vatican Council II.There are entire passages based on this mistake.There are so many superflous references which should not have been there.They are meaningless.The Catechism(1992) says God is not limited to the Sacraments.Then there are the three hypothetical conditions of mortal sin.The baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are mentioned, as if they are known in the flesh cases in the present times.This is all deadwood.They have nothing to do with the passages they are associated with.The same confusion, mixing up what is invisible as being visible is there in the text of Vatican Council II.
Why did cardinals Ratzinger and Schonborn have to refer to God not being limited to the Sacraments (CCC 1257) ? Why was the case of the catechumen saved with the baptism of desire placed in  Ad Gentes 7 which says all need faith and baptism' for salvation? Who is this catechumen? Do we know the name and surname of any one saved without the baptism of water since 1992-2016?
Similarly why did the Baltimore Catechism have to place, in the Baptism Section,  the desire for the baptism of water by an unknown catechumen who dies before receiving it ?  Who in Baltimore knew of someone saved without the baptism of water but with this new baptism ? Is the baptism of desire really like the baptism of water? Can we repeat the baptism of desire and give it to someone?
Vatican Council II is full of this mistake. I repeat ,there are entire passages based on this mistake.'Seeds of the Word'(AG 11) , 'imperfect communion with the Church', 'elements of sanctification and truth' found outside the Church, ' a ray of that Truth' which saves, saved in invincible ignorance and with a good conscience(LG 16) etc.
I would like to read the Catechism of the Catholic Church. I don't have a copy of my own.
I do not reject the other catechisms and Vatican Council II. What is traditional and in agreement with the Catechism of Trent I accept.I need to buy my copy in English at a bookstore near the Vatican which will probably have a copy.
In this way I will get past the Ratzinger-Rahner innovation.So much of nonsense. The invisible-dead theory! The dead man walking and visible theology!
-Lionel Andrades

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