Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The SSPX is keeping silent to please humans

1.When Pope Benedict said the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus is no more interpreted  as in the 16th century he contradicted  the
SSPX General Chapter Statement. He said there is a development of doctrine with Vatican Council II.The SSPX should have shown how there is no development of doctrine if Lumen Gentium 16 refers to invisible and not visible cases.They did not do this.
2.When the Vatican issued a theological document on relations with the Jewish Left saying Jews do not have to convert the SSPX did not issue a statement.
3.There was recently a hostile interview of Bishop Fellay by a German media.Bishop Fellay defended the SSPX position as not being Anti-Semitic but he did not affirm the Catholic Faith on other religions. He did not repeat the General Chapter Statement and the SSPX doctrinal position on non Catholics.The SSPX General Chapter Statement says there is no salvation outside the church and there are no exceptions.
Probably respect for humans and the need to protect their financial interests prevented him from speaking.
In the 2012 General Chapter statement the SSPX affirmed the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS) with no exceptions and this was rejected by the Vatican.This was the doctrinal difference.No one writes or talks about it.
The SSPX priests are interpreting Vatican Council II with Cushingism when they can also use Feeneyism.No one is talking about this.
Also when they criticize Vatican Council II they do not say that they are referring to Vatican Council II interpreted with Cushingism and not Feeneyism.They remain poltically correct with the Vatican and the Left.
Fr.John Hunwicke, Christopher Ferrara, John Vennari, John Rao,Joseph Shaw, Thomas Pink and Rorate Ceili correspondents all use the irrational inference to interpret Vatican Council II as a break with Tradition, when a rational option is available.
Liturgy is being made subservient to political necessity. The political Left controls even the theology and interpretation of Vatican Council II by the traditionalists.
-Lionel Andrades


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