Thursday, August 4, 2016

SSPX theologians have to decide if Vatican Council II can be interpreted with Cushingism or Feeneyism, can there be two interpretations of the Council ? : one has the hermeneutic of continuity the other of rupture

Comments from the blog The Eponymous Flower : Archbishop Pozzo: Bishop Fellay to Accept Personal Prelature ArrangementPaxTecum
... The fact is no one understands Vatican ll and that is the problem.
They interpret Vatican Council II with an irrational premise and do not know that the Council can be interpreted without this irrationa premise and the result is traditional.
This result would be rejected by the liberals and the spirit of Vatican Council II people.


Those demanding that the SSPX adhere to Vatican ll as a Doctrinal Council are the very "spirit of Vatican ll" Catholics
Yes they interpret Vatican Council II with Cushingism, so the Council is a break with Tradition.The SSPX acts as if it still does not have a clue as to what I am saying.
Their theologians are still at sea or trying to be obedient to the liberal error of Archbishop Lefebvre.


who don't follow the Council themselves but have invented their own ideologies of what Vatican ll should be.
Lionel: They do not follow the Council interpreted with Feeneyism i.e without the innovation with the new premise.
So their ideology is based on a Vatican Council II which says there is salvation outside the Church and contradicts the dogma EENS.


Pope Benedict XVl called for Vatican ll to be re-interpreted according to Tradition and he expressed hope that the theologians of the SSPX could make a great contribution to this new work.
They first have to decide if Vatican Council II can interpreted with Cushigism or Feeneyism, can there be two interpretations of Vatican Council II ?
Can Vatican Council II be interpreted with LG 16 being physically known in 2016 or LG 16 being invisible for us? This decides the interpretation of Vatican Council II for me.

This decides if Vatican Council II has a hermeneutic of continuity or rupture.
-Lionel Andrades

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