Extra ecclesiam nulla salus and Fr Feeney
(I'm sure this subject has arisen on this forum
before, but before I got here...
sorry if this is repeating
anything discussed previously.)
I was never quite clear as to the situation
with Fr Leonard Feeney....I remember
that he was excommunicated
(or not?) for adhering to a STRICT
interpretation of extra ecclesiam
nulla salus (outside the Church
there is no salvation).
What is the ACTUAL situation
with this? Was he truly
excommunicated, or not?
And am I right to assume
he did not believe in the concept
of baptism of desire?
Thanks to anyone who can
The magisterium at that time
and the Archbishop of Boston
were saying that the baptism
of desire referred to explicit
cases without the baptism of
water.This was irrational and
heretical. Fr.Leonard Feeney
did not accept this.He said
there is no known salvation
outside the Church.
The magisterium was being
supported by the Masons
and the Leftist media.
Friday, July 1, 2016
Tragic Errors of Fr.Leonard Feeney by Fr.William Most is based on assuming hypothetical cases are explicit exceptions to the dogma EENS. This is an objective mistake
Posted by Catholic Mission at 8:44 PM