Sunday, September 4, 2016

Deacon Edward Schaefer's Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum will be another liberal Catholic college with a traditionalist veneer

Traditional Catholic College Comes to Florida

Deacon Edward Schaefer and a group of faithful Catholics started making plans for the opening of Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum last year and have so far made excellent progress. The group has been approved as a non-profit organization, created a solid business plan, compiled 90 percent of the curriculum, adopted a formal logo and employed someone to begin getting their state-approved and regional accreditation in the state of Florida.-TRADITIONAL CATHOLIC COLLEGE COMES TO FLORIDA

This is to be another liberal Catholic college with a traditionalist veneer like the Scholasticum in Italy.  Cushingism is the new theology which will have to be used for accreditation.
They will interpret the Patristic teachings and St. Thomas Aquinas  by  assuming there are known exceptions to traditional salvation theology.
So the traditional  exclusivist ecclesiology  of the pre-Council of Trent seminaries will be replaced with a vague Christology, it will be Jesus without the necessity of formal membership in the Catholic Church, for salvation.
In the mid 13th century Feeneyism and not Cushingism was the theology; the only magisterial theology.There was no explicit for us baptism of desire, there were no objectively known cases of being saved in invincible ignorance, without the baptism of water.This came into the Church with the approval of Cardinal Gibbons in the Baltimore Catechism and Cardinal Richard Cushing in the Fr. Leonard Feeney, Boston Case.
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In my correspondence with Deacon Edward Schaefer over quite some time he has never affirmed the Feeneyite interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus which was the basis of the old ecclesiology.
It is similar to the Scholasticum.
No one on their  Administration or Faculty has the ability to affirm extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS)  according to the 13th and 14th century Catholic Church.
If he did he would lose his office.
-Lionel Andrades

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