Why does Cardinal Burke refer to 'our Christian faith' and not the Catholic faith.
Then he refers to the zeal of the Apostles.
So much of confusion...
The Protestant Christians approve contraception.So why should Catholics also not approve of it since Protestants are going to Heaven according to Cardinal Burke, inspite of supporting contraception and divorce?
For Cardinal Burke there is known salvation outside the Church, there are known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS) and so in public he does not affirm the Feeneyite interpretation of EENS.
So this is a rupture with the magisterium before the Council of Trent. Popes and Church Councils have affirmed EENS without considering the baptism of desire etc as being an exception.
So if Cardinal Burke can accept the innovation and reject the past magisterium and support the present magisterium, Catholics could then ask why cannot they also abort, since one does not have to follow the moral teachings of only the Catholic Church to go to Heaven? Cardinal Burke rejects traditional salvation theology according to the 16th century missionaries as did Pope Benedict recently, in public.What they can do others can also do.
So if the dogma EENS is not affirmed by Cardinal Burke as the the Early Church and the Apostles, then why follow the moral or other teachings of the Catholic faith which is different from the Christian faith of the other denominations and churches.
I follow the moral teachings of the Catholic Church since I know that this is the Church which is the only path to salvation and that all need to be formal members of the Catholic Church with no exception and it has the fullness of truth.