Sunday, April 10, 2016

The Catechism of the Council of Trent is free of the error of assuming hypothetical cases are general exceptions to the traditional moral teachings of the Church: other catechisms have made a mistake

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The Catechism of the Council of Trent does not mention the baptism of desire in the baptism section. We do not know of any baptism of desire case.No one in the past also knew of a baptism or desire case, with or without the baptism of water. I don't know of any any such case in 2016.
So the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1992) made a mistake when it mentioned the baptism of desire relative extra ecclesiam nulla salus (CCC 846,1257).

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The Baltimore Catechism and the Catechism of Pope Pius X also made the same mistake. They considered a hypothetical case as being explicit and personally known.Then it is was inferred to be an exception to the dogma EENS. It was inferred that the desire for the baptism of water by a catechumen who dies before receiving it was like the baptism of water. It had the same results for them, as if they knew of a particular case.
Since the Baltimore Catechism we see this pattern of error in the Catholic Church. Hypothetical cases are considered objectively known and then are presumed to be exceptions to the centuries old interpretation of the dogma EENS.
The irrationality in Salvation Theology was extended to Moral Theology.
Cardinal Christoph Schonborn (right)  and Cardinal Lorenxo Baldisseri hold a copy of Pope Francis's apostolic exhortation Amoris Laetitia (CNS)
This irrationality, assuming people in Heaven are saved without the baptism of water,in cases visible on earth, was made part of a new Catholic moral theology in the Catechism of the Church (1992) and now it has been repeated in the Apostolic Exhoration Amoris Laetitiae (2016).An alleged known exception to all going to Hell was made part of Moral Theology.

Note the three conditions of mortal sin in the Catechism (1992) 1. It should make us ask why is 'full knowledge' and 'complete consent' mentioned.Since they cannot be judged by us.They cannot be identified by us humans.They are always hypothetical and theoretical.Speculative.
Why also is 'unintentional ignorance' mentioned. Whom do we know who has not gone to Hell because he was in 'unintentional ignorance' but also in mortal sin?.
These are hypothethical references and they were placed relative to mortal sin.They have nothing to do with our understanding of mortal sin.
This is the new moral theology.It projects a hypothetical case to blur our understanding of mortal sin.
Pope Francis uses this approach in AL.


In certain cases, this can include the help of the sacraments -  Amoris Laetitiae (351).
Hence it is (sic) can no longer simply be said that all those in any “irregular” situation are living in a state of mortal sin and are deprived of sanctifying grace." (#301).'.
He is saying that we can know in certain cases when a couple is living in concubinage and adultery that they are exceptions to the moral law ( on mortal sin and adultery) and so they will not go to Hell.
How can you assume that there is a couple living in adultery who will not go to Heaven because of not having 'full knowledge' of mortal sin ? How can it be judged that someone will not go to Hell since 'complete consent' was not there? So why was this mentioned in the Catechism(1992) with reference to mortal sin? It should not have been there.
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This is like Fr.Charles Curran thinking out a whole list of creative situations which would be exceptions to the moral law.He puts it in a book which is part of Moral Theology at the pontifical universities in Rome. How can he know how God will judge on the Day of Judgement ? How can he know which of his many exceptions Jesus would take into consideration to say that a sin was not mortal and there was an exception?
None. There is no way we can assume that a certain circumstance removes the effect of mortal sin, which is eternal death. The Church tells us that only way mortal sin can be forgiven is through absolution in the Sacrament of Confession.
So when we see hypothetical cases being put forward as an exception in moral and salvation theology, we know it is the work of the devil.It is irrational, non traditional and heretical.It is the foundation stone of the new theology, in morals and faith( salvation).
The Catechism of the Council of Trent is free of this error.It does not assume hypothetical cases are general exceptions to the traditional moral teachings of the Church.The Catechisms which follow Trent have used an irrational premise (known cases of Catholics in exceptional cases who did not go to Heaven) and inference ( the exceptions refute the old rule and create a new one) to present exceptions and a new theology ( based on knowing people in Heaven who are exceptions to the moral and faith teachings of the Church).
-Lionel Andrades

1857 For a sin to be mortal, three conditions must together be met: "Mortal sin is sin whose object is grave matter and which is also committed with full knowledge and deliberate consent."131
1858 Grave matter is specified by the Ten Commandments, corresponding to the answer of Jesus to the rich young man: "Do not kill, Do not commit adultery, Do not steal, Do not bear false witness, Do not defraud, Honor your father and your mother."132 The gravity of sins is more or less great: murder is graver than theft. One must also take into account who is wronged: violence against parents is in itself graver than violence against a stranger.
1859 Mortal sin requires full knowledge and complete consent. It presupposes knowledge of the sinful character of the act, of its opposition to God's law. It also implies a consent sufficiently deliberate to be a personal choice. Feigned ignorance and hardness of heart133 do not diminish, but rather increase, the voluntary character of a sin.
1860 Unintentional ignorance can diminish or even remove the imputability of a grave offense. But no one is deemed to be ignorant of the principles of the moral law, which are written in the conscience of every man. The promptings of feelings and passions can also diminish the voluntary and free character of the offense, as can external pressures or pathological disorders. Sin committed through malice, by deliberate choice of evil, is the gravest.-Catechism of the Catholic Church

One major casue of liberalism in faith and morals is the Richard Cushing Error

Fr.William Most and Mons. Joseph Clifford Fenton assumed that there were exceptions to the dogma. So they were wrong at the onset


EWTN, Trinity Communications, Jefferey Mirus suggest Native Americans before the arrival of the missionaries were saved

Monsignor Roderick Strange at the Pontifical Beda College, Rome
Protestant salvation and moral theology is being used in the Catholic Church

In faith he assumes there are known exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus. In morals he assumes there are known exceptions to mortal sin

The Holy See's Press Office is promoting Fr.Charles Curran's moral theology.It is also making the same error as Cardinal Richard Cushing on the issue of salvation

Script for video The Magisterial Heresy -4

The present two popes are heretical and non traditional since they interpret EENS and Vatican Council II with Cushingism. So Vatican Council II (Cushingite) emerges as a break with EENS ( Feeneyite)

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