Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Journalists must ask Cardinal Muller for clarification : Arroyo avoided it

Journalists who meet Cardinal Gerhard Muller could clarify that invisible for us baptism of desire is not a visible exception in 2017 to all needing to be members of the Catholic Church for salvation and so the magisterium made a mistake in the Fr. Leonard Feeney case. The mistake has rolled over into Vatican Council II and needs to be corrected.The baptism of desire, blood and invincible ignorance are superflous when mentioned in Vatican Council II.Similarly we do not know any one saved with a good conscience and who did not need to convert into the Church.

There were doctrinal and theological errors inferred by Cardinal Gerhard Muller in his May 25,2017 interview by Raymond Arroyo for EWTN.
On the website of the Catholic Bishops of England and Walers, 'seeds of the Word'(AG 11) is mentioned.It is interpreted as if, there are known cases of people saved with 'seeds of the Word' and who contradict no salvation outside the Church as it was taught over the centuries, based upon John 3:5 and Mark 16:16.
An English Archbishop and lay theologian also cited Gaudium et Specs 22 as if it was a reference to a concrete person.They concluded that GS 22 was an exception to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS), which the Catholic Church allegedly no more teaches.When this irrationality is brought to their attention( how can theoretical cases be exceptions to EENS ?) they do not apologise or admit they were wrong.They are not ready to correct themself. This is an ideological issue for them.It is political.The Left expects this position from them.
Similarly an English Catholic lay theologian at the University of Bristol cites Nostra Aetate 2,'good and holy' things in other religions, as if we can know particular people in other religions who will be saved outside the Church,with good and holy things in their religions, and so do not need to be baptised in the Catholic Church to avoid Hell.
In March 2016 Pope Benedict called all this nonsense ' a development of the dogma' and said EENS was no more like it was for the missionaries of the 16th century.No one corrected him.Not a single cardinal said hypothetical and theoretical cases cannot be exceptions to EENS, so there was no 'development of the dogma' with Vatican Council II.There is no new revelation with Vatican Council II or the Catechism of the Catholic Church(CCC).
No one asked the cardinals and the popes to affirm 'the rigorist interpretation' of EENS according to Fr. Leonard Feeney and the present St. Benedict Centers in Manchester and Worcester,USA.
All Catholic religious communities and diocesan priests must affirm Vatican Council II ( Feeneyite) which is in harmony with EENS(Feeneyite) and they need to avoid Vatican Council II(Cushingite) which is in harmony with the irrational and non traditional EENS( Cushingite) which assumes invisible baptism of desire is a visible exception to the dogma EENS(Feeneyite).
There are no practical exceptions in real life -we cannot see or meet someone saved outside the Church with the baptism of desire- and there are none mentioned in Vatican Council II or the Catechism of the Catholic Church.When Lumen Gentium 14 says all who know about Jesus and the Church are on the way to Hell, this is not an exception to EENS ( Feeneyite).Since we do not know who knows or does not know, who will be saved and not saved. This can only be judged by God. So this is a reference to a theoretical case which is not in our reality.This is a common mistake in the interpretation of LG 14 and even Cardinal Muller and Archbishop di Noia have made this error.
When Edward Pentin in an interview for the National Catholic Register asked Archbishop Augustine di Noia of Ecclesia Dei about EENS he indicated hypothetical cases known only to God were visible and so were exceptions to EENS.It was the same with Cardinal Muller.They were changing Catholic doctrine by assuming that we humans can judge particular cases( Anglican friends for Augustine Di Noia) who will go to Heaven even though they are outside the Catholic Church.Neither can we claim that someone in the past could judge that St. Emerentina was in Heaven without the baptism of water in the Catholic Church.Nor can it be said that a saint in the past is an exception to the dogma EENS in 2017, implying it is a visible case in the present times. This is all irrational.
Lay people and lay organisations should call press conferences and make this error known. Since the SSPX, FSSP, F.I and religious communities do not want to offend the CDF/Ecclesia Dei.They keep silent.They allow this irrationality to be taught to Catholic school children and youth in Catechism classes at all levels.
Similarly sedevacantists not under direct control of the Vatican need to discuss this problem on their websites.

The Polish President and Prime Minister could correct this error of the Polish Bishops Conference.Announce that they affirm 'the rigorist interpretation' of the dogma EENS since there are no exceptions mentioned in Vatican Council II and none known in real life.This is a fact of life and so they could pass a motion in the Polish Parliament to educate the people and end the political deception on this subject.On the other hand the Polish State could recognise that all Jews, Muslims, Protestants and other immigrants are on the way to Hell unless they convert with 'faith and baptism'(AG 7) into the Catholic Church in Poland.

The Polish Government must ask the Vatican to clarify that there was a mistake made in the Fr.Leonard Feeney case in Boston.An injustice was done to a Catholic priest.He was slandered, and still is, even though he held the orthodox teaching on EENS.When the magisterium accepted visible exceptions to EENS this was false.-Lionel Andrades

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