Friday, June 17, 2016
Bro.Alexis Bugnolo, over a year, including correspondence on Twitter, will not respond on this point : curriculum of Scholasticism
Bro.Alexis Bugnolo, The Registrar of the Scholasticism, at their office in Rome agrees that hypothetical cases cannot be known exceptions to all needing to formally enter the Church, they cannot be exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus as it was known among the Medieval Fathers in the Church.
He is willing to say that hypothetical cases are hypothetical and so cannot be physically visible in 2016 and this is something that I am waiting for Boniface at the blog Unam Sanctam Catholicam to still confirm.It is over a week. I asked him for a simple reply, yes or no.However Bro.Bugnolo or any one else at the Scholascticism will not answer when I ask :'So did the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 to the Archbishop of Boston in the second part, make a mistake when it assumed that the baptism of desire and blood were not hypothetical but an exception to EENS according to Fr.Leonard Feeney? 1
In the past I asked ihim if at the Scholasticism faculty will teach theology according to Cushingism( there are known exceptions to EENS) or Feeneyism( there are no known exceptions to EENS).He still has not replied.
At the pontifical universities in Rome and the SSPX seminary in Econe, they teach theology which is Cushingite.So they interpret Scolasticism with the Cushingite premise and conclusion.For instance, the man in the forest in invincible ignorance, to whom St. Thomas Aquinas refers to, is an objective, known case for the Cushingites.So they re-interpret an invisible case for us as being objective.Then they wrongly assume that this objective case is an explicitr exception to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
If the pontifical universities, the SSPX seminary and the Scholasticism did not assume that the man in the forest is objective and personally known, then there are no exceptions to EENS as understood by Fr. Leonard Feeney .Then there are also no exceptions to EENS in Vatican Council II.
Bro.Alexis Bugnolo, over a year, including correspondence on Twitter, will not respond on this point.
According to the curriculum of the Urbania Pontifical University in the Ecclesiology semesters, it is taught that the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus has developed since there are exceptions to the dogma mentioned in Vatican Council II (LG 16 etc).This will also be the understanding at the Scholasticism in Italy.On this point there is agreement with liberal theology, the new theology which is magisterial.
You now agree that hypothetical cases cannot be exceptions to EENS. So I have asked you if the second part of the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 made a mistake? You will not answerhttp://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/06/you-now-agree-that-hypothetical-cases.html