Saturday, April 29, 2017

The new irrational theology is being taught at SSPX seminaries.It is used to interpret Vatican Council II.Contradicts Jesus in Mark 16:16

April 2017 - Letter to Friends and Benefactors #87 


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Luther's private judgment denies the need for supernatural authority and makes unity in the Truth impossible.
Dear Friends and Benefactors,
Five hundred years ago, Martin Luther rebelled against the Church, taking a good third of Europe along with him. It was probably the most significant loss that the Catholic Church has had to suffer during her entire history, after the Eastern Schism of 1054. He thus deprived millions of souls of the necessary means of salvation, separating them not just from one religious organization among others, but actually from the one Church founded by Our Lord Jesus Christ, denying its supernatural reality and the necessity of it for salvation. He completely distorted the Faith, rejecting its fundamental dogmas, which are the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the Real Presence in the Eucharist, the priesthood, the papacy, grace, and justification.
At the foundation of his thinking, which even today is that of Protestantism as a whole, is private judgment. This principle amounts to denying the need for a supernatural, infallible authority that can impose itself on particular judgments and decide debates between those whom she is commissioned to guide along the path to Heaven. This principle, which is claimed explicitly, quite simply renders the act of supernatural faith impossible, since the latter is based on the submission of the intellect and the will to the Truth revealed by God and taught authoritatively by the Church.
Private judgment, set up as a principle, not only cuts off access to the supernatural faith which is the way of salvation (“He that believeth not shall be condemned,” Mk 16:16), but also makes unity in the Truth impossible. He thus established in principle for Protestants the impossibility of eternal salvation and of unity in the Truth. And in fact the number of Protestant sects has not stopped increasing since the 16th century.
Lionel: 'He that believeth not shall be condemned' said Jesus but the theology of Cushingism says there are known exceptions to this teaching of Jesus (Mk.16:16).According to Cushingism there are known cases of people saved without the baptism of water in the Catholic Church. These personally known cases include those saved with the baptism of desire and blood( visible) and in invincible ignorance( personally seen in Heaven or on earth). So according to the theology of the SSPX, since the time of Archbishop Lefebvre, every one does not need to be a member of the Catholic Church for salvation. There are known exceptions.This is the new theology being taught at SSPX seminaris.It is the theology the SSPX uses  to interpret Vatican Council II.
On the other hand for me invisible for us baptism of desire and blood and being saved in invincible ignorance are not an explicit exception to Jesus' teaching in Mark 16:16. My theology is not new and innovative. It is rational and traditional. I call it Feeneyite.
So for Bishop Fellay and for me our conclusions in the interpretation of Vatican Council II and other magisterial documents will be different. Since our premises(invisible cases are invisible for me but visible for him) are different.
 In the face of such a distressing spectacle, who would not understand the maternal efforts made by the true Church of Christ to look for the lost sheep? Who would not welcome the many apostolic attempts to liberate so many souls locked up in that fallacious principle that forbids them access to eternal salvation? This concern for their return to the unity of the true Faith and of the true Church runs through the centuries. It is not at all new; consider the prayer recited on Good Friday:
Let us pray for heretics and schismatics, that our Lord God may deliver them from all errors and may deign to bring them back to our Holy Mother, the Catholic and Apostolic Church.
Almighty and ever-living God, who savest all and dost not wish that any one should perish, look at the souls deceived by the diabolical fraud, so that the hearts of those who err, having set aside all heretical perversity, might repent and return to the unity of Thy truth. Through our Lord Jesus Christ.
This traditional language leaves no room for the confusion that is so widespread today in the name of a false ecumenism. The warnings of the Congregation of the Sacred Office in 1949, following several papal documents, the most important of which is certainly the Encyclical by Pius XI, Mortalium Animos (1928), these fair warnings seem now to be a dead letter. Nevertheless, the dangers of this ecumenical irenicism, which was denounced by Pius XII in Humani Generis (1950), are immense and extremely serious, because it discourages conversions to Catholicism. What Protestant, seeing the “riches” and the “venerable traditions” of Luther’s Reform being praised, would feel the need to convert? Besides, the very word “conversion” is currently banished from the official Catholic vocabulary when it is a question of other Christian denominations.
Lionel: Since Bishop Bernard Fellay interprets the dogma outside the Church there is no salvation with Cushingism, there are exceptions to all needing to be members of the Church for salvation. So there is salvation outside the Church. So upon this known salvation outside the Church ( exceptions to the dogma outside the church there is no salvation), has grown the new ecumenism.The new ecumenism is based on the new theology accepted by the SSPX in the interpretation of EENS, Vatican Council II, Catechism of the Catholic Church, Catechism of Pope Pius X etc.
Furthermore this new attitude, made up of praises for Protestantism and apologies for Catholicism, causes the loss of faith in countless Catholics—this is an observable fact. Every survey inquiring about the faith of Catholics shows the ravages resulting from this frightening alignment with Protestantism.
Lionel: Bishop Bernard Fellay could turn things around and affirm all magisterial documents with rational and traditional Feeneyism.Then Catholics will once again have their traditional identity and not that given to them by the Left.
 How many Catholics are affected in the 21st century by what the Church condemned, until the Council, by the name of indifferentism? A fatal error that claims that the whole world is saved, whatever one’s religion may be. An error diametrically opposed to the teaching of Our Lord Himself and of the whole Church after Him. Nevertheless, if someone denounces this error against the two-thousand-year-old Catholic Faith, he is immediately branded as a fanatic or a dangerous extremist.
Lionel: Theologically the SSPX supports this error with Cushingism.If there is known salvation outside the Church why does a non Catholic have to convert? And if one person can be saved as such then why not 100 or 1000 or more ?.
The new liturgy, too, was invented in the name of this new ecumenism. It has so many parallels with the Protestant Lord’s Supper that several Protestant theologians, for example, Max Thurian in Taizé, have been able to state that it is possible for their co-religionists to use the new Catholic missal. And during this time the children of the Catholic Church found themselves deprived of the most beautiful treasures of divine worship and of grace. Thank God, Benedict XVI courageously declared that the many-centuries-old liturgy had never been abolished, but—for more than 40 years, throughout the world—the postconciliar liturgical reform drove millions of the faithful from the churches, because they no longer found what they expected of the Catholic Church.
Lionel: However Pope Benedict XVI only permitted the old Mass to be said with the new ecclesiology, Cushingite ecclesiology which he defended with Fr.Karl Rahner s.j.He did not state that the old or new Mass could be said with the exclusivist ecclesiology of the past.Instead he opposed it.
In March 2016 he said that the dogma extra ecclesiam nullas salus was no more like it was for the 16th century missionaries. He did not say that we could interpret the dogma with Feeneyism and so there would not be a rupture with the magisterium of the 16th century. Neither is Bishop Fellay interpreting extra ecclesiam nulla salus with Feeneyism and in continuity with the missionaries of the 16th century.
How can anyone be surprised, then, that this ecumenism, which is supposed to promote the unity of Christians, makes but little progress?
Lionel: It is making progress in heresy while the SSPX support the new theology upon which it is based.
Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre, from the Council on, denounced this new way of dealing with the Protestants that took shelter under the name of ecumenism. In fact, this very elastic term expresses a general manner of seeing and doing that was introduced into the Church at the time of Vatican II. We are talking about an ostentatious benevolence toward all human beings, a determination to no longer condemn error, a search all over the map for “what unites us” rather than what separates us.... And what ought to have been only the first step in a journey toward unity, within the framework of a captatio benevolentiae [a rhetorical gesture to win good will], rapidly turned into a pursuit for its own sake that became an end in itself; an unending quest for an undefined truth. It then strayed from its objective purpose: the return to the Church of those who have lost unity with her. Thus the meaning of the word ecumenism was changed, the concept of unity was modified, and the means of arriving at it were falsified.
In the past, the Church knew that she is the only true Church and proclaimed it loud and strong, but this traditional clarity has been replaced by a new, uncertain doctrine—a mixture of apologetic self-denigration and post-modern relativism (for example, “we do not possess the whole truth”), which currently leads a majority of Catholics to reject the statement that there is only one way of salvation, and that we have it from Jesus Christ Himself that “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No man cometh to the Father, but through me” (Jn 14:6).
Lionel: There is now a vague Christology. We can see it in the interpretation of Vatican Council by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. This vague Christology-Jesus without the necessity of membership in the Catholic Church, is there in Dominus Iesus and Redemptoris Missio during the pontificate of Pope John Paul II.
The dogma “Outside the Church there is no salvation” has been changed surreptitiously by confused ideas, to the point of altering the statement that the Church of Christ and the Catholic Church are identical.
Lionel: The Church of Christ and the Catholic Church are identical if the theology is Feeneyism. However with Cushingism, Lumen Gentium 8 ( subsist it) indicates that there is a separation; there are known cases of separation and exceptions.
 Cardinal Walter Kasper, then-President of the Council for Promoting Christian Unity, saw the new definition of the Church (subsistit in; “subsists in”) as the thing that quite simply made possible the ecumenism that has been promoted since the Council. Coming from a figure like that, this is a fitting admission that should be taken seriously!
Lionel: His Cushingite theology is taken seriously by the SSPX. It is accepted by them and they do not seem aware of a Feeneyite theology in the interpretation of Lumen Gentium 8.There is an alternative and it has the hermeneutic of continuity but they don't know about it.
That, in a few words, is why we cannot celebrate joyfully the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Quite the contrary, we lament this cruel division. Following Our Lord, we pray and work so that the lost sheep might find again the path that will lead them safely to salvation, the path of the Holy Roman Catholic Church.
We pray also that this illusory irenicism will soon be abandoned and that in its place a true movement of conversion may be reborn, like the one that existed before the Council, particularly in English-speaking countries.
Finally, during this centenary of the apparitions of Our Lady to the three shepherd children of Fatima, we pray also that the requests of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary may be heard. She promised the conversion of Russia, when the Supreme Pontiff will be so kind as to consecrate this country explicitly to her Immaculate Heart. Let us redouble our prayers and sacrifices, so that the promise of the Mother of God may become a reality, without delay.
With her Divine Son, cum prole pia, may she deign to bless you during this Easter season and lead us all to eternal happiness.
Easter Sunday 2017
+ Bernard Fellay

APRIL 28, 2017

Bishop Fellay does not realize that he is confused between Feeneyism and Cushingism

 APRIL 27, 2017

The dogma “Outside the Church there is no salvation” has been changed surreptitiously by confused ideas -Bishop Bernard Fellay

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