Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Steve Skojec, why do you say doctrine has not been changed?

To the average person — or the willing priest or bishop 
— it doesn’t matter that the exhortation didn’t change
 doctrine. If they’re given permission to ignore
 doctrine through “pastoral” justifications, they will.
-Steve Skojec
Amoris Laetitia is using the new 
moral theology of the Catechism 
of the Catholic Church which 
suggests that there are known 
exceptions to traditional moral 
theology( mortal sin) and 
salvation theology( extra
 ecclesiam nulla salus).
So Pope Francis, Pope Benedict 
and Cardinal Burke assume
 they are following the traditional 
moral teachings of the Catholic
 Church which you also accept in
 the Catechism(1992).
So doctrine has been changed.
 Pope Benedict confirmed it 
last month in a statement 
given to Avvenire on extra
 ecclesiam nulla salus.
He said there were exceptions 
and so EENS was no more like
 in the 16th century. Now we 
have Amoris Laetitiae which 
says there are exceptions to
 acouple living in mortal 
sin ( irregular situation).He
 indicates the concept of
 mortal sin held in the 16th 
century is there no more.
So why do you say there is 
no change in doctrine ?
Cardinal Raymond Burke ignores the new moral 
theology upon which Amoris Laetitia is based 
since he and Pope Benedict use the same
 irrational theology.
-Lionel Andrades

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