Sunday, May 14, 2017

Pope Francis confirms : SSPX cannot interpret Vatican Council II with Feeneyite theology and the hermeneutic of continuity : it would be 'triumphalism'

Credit: Alan Holdren/CNA.Pope Francis has confirmed that the Society of St. Pius X(SSPX) has to accept Vatican Council II and other magisterial documents with irrational Cushingism theology for an agreement. They cannot accept Vatican Council II and other magisterial documents interpreted with Feeneyite, rational and traditional theology, otherwise it will be labelled with the Masonic buzz word 'triumphalism'.1
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All Catholic religious communities, including the SSPX have to accept the fake news version of Vatican Council II to be accepted by a heretical magisterium.
The two popes use an irrational premise(invisible people are visible) to interpret Vatican Council II and the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.In this way there is a rupture with the Syllabus of Errors of Pope Pius IX.
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It is important for the SSPX and Franciscans of the Immaculate to sign the doctrinal preamble accepting Vatican Council II in harmony with the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus as it was known to the magisterium and missionaries in the 16th century.Affirm Vatican Council II  with Feeneyite theology and the past exclusivist ecclesiology of the Church.Reject a Vatican Council II in which hypothetical cases(LG 16,LG 8 etc) are assumed to be objective exceptions to all needing faith and baptism for salvation in the Catholic Church.
The should affirm the Council with rational philosophyi.e invisible people cannot be explicit exceptions to the exclusivist ecclesiology of the past.So there are no practical exceptions mentioned in Vatican Council II to the traditional ecclesiology of the Church, the 16th century version.
Also during the Profession of Faith and Vows affirm a Nicene Creed which means, 'I believe in one baptism, one known baptism, it is the baptism of water.There are no known cases of the baptism of desire with or without the baptism of water,there are also no personally known cases of someone being saved in invincible ignorance and without the baptism of water in the Catholic Church' Reject a Nicene Creed which means,'I believe in three or more known baptisms that they include desire,blood, invincible ignorance, a good conscience(LG 16), seeds of the Word(AG 11), elements of sanctification and truth in other religions(LG 5) etc'.
-Lionel Andrades
Nicolas Seneze (La Croix): Thanks, Holy Father. We’re returning from Fatima for which the Fraternity of St. Pius X has a great devotion and much is said about an agreement that would give an official statute to the Fraternity in the Church. Some even imagined that there would be an announcement today… Holiness, do you think that this agreement is possible in a short timeframe? And, what are the obstacles still? And what is the sense of this reconciliation for you? And, will it be the triumphant return for faithful who have shown what it means to be truly Catholic or what? 
Pope Francis: I would toss out any form of triumphalism. None. Some days ago, the Feria Quarta of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, their meeting - the call it the Feria Quarta, because it’s the fourth Wednesday - studied a document and the document still hasn’t reached me, the study of the document. This is the first. Secondly, the current relations are fraternal. Last year, I gave a license for confession to all of them, also a form of jurisdiction for marriages, but even before the problems, the cases they had, for example, had to be resolved by the Doctrine of the Faith. The Doctrine of the Faith carries them forward. For example, abuses. The cases of abuse, they brought them to us, also to the Penitentiary. Also the reduction to the lay state of a priest, they bring to us. The relations are fraternal. With Msgr. Fellay I have a good rapport. I’ve spoken many times… I don’t like to hurry things. Walk. Walk. Walk. And then we’ll see. For me, it’s not an issue of winners and losers, it’s an issue of brothers who must walk together, looking for a formula to make steps forward. 

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