Monday, June 19, 2017

Deacon Edward Schaefer is expected to repeat the doctrinal and theological confusion of Fischer More College

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There are so many issues which Deacon Edward Schaefer has not clarified.
1.What will be the position of the Collegium  Sanctorum Angelorum(CSA) on Vatican Council II? Will they affirm Vatican Council II as a rupture with the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus(EENS) and Tradition in general ?
2.Will they correct the diocese and the Vatican and ask them to affirm Vatican Council II ( Feeneyite) ?
3.Will the CSA affirm the Syllabus of Errors and the past ecclesiology based on EENS( Feeneyite)?  So they reject the new ecumenism based on known salvation outside the Catholic Church?
4.Will the students be taught that all non Catholics need to formally convert into the Church in 2017-2019 with 'faith and baptism' (Ad Gentes 7, Vatican Council II) to avoid Hell? This is Deacon Edward Schaefer's personal belief on salvation?
5.Or will they be taught that all non Catholics are welcome to enter the Church with 'faith and baptism' but the Church is not always necessary for salvation, since there is known salvation outside the Church?
6.Will the students at CSA be taught that all Protestants, Orthodox Christians, Pentecostals and Evangelicals and other Christians  need to be members of the Church with Catholic faith(AG 7) since outside the Church there is no salvation( Cantate Dominio, Council of Florence 1441)?
7.Or will they be taught that all Christians do not need to enter the Catholic Church with Catholic faith, since there is known salvation outside the Church and the dogma EENS( Feeneyite) is contradicted?
8.When students recite the Nicene Creed will they have to understand, like at SSPX seminaries, that 'I believe in one baptism for the forgiveness of sins' really  means 'I believe in three or more known baptisms and they exclude the baptism of water.They are the baptisms of desire, blood and invincible ignorance.Also seeds of the Word(AG 11), elements of sanctification and truth(LG 8) in other religions etc.'
9.Or will students be taught that there in only one baptism, it is the baptism of water, it is needed by every body with no known exceptions, for salvation?
10.Is Lumen Gentium 16( invincible ignorance/good conscience) an exception to the dogma EENS ( Feeneyite) or being a hypothetical case it is irrelevant to EENS ? Wikipedia says LG 16 is an exception to EENS, is this correct for the CSA?
11.Did Pope Benedict XVI in the Avvenire March 2016 interview make a mistake when he said that EENS was no more like it was missionaries in the 16th century since there was a development with Vatican Council II? Was he wrong?
12.There can be an interpretation of the Catechism of the Catholic Church(1994) also without the irrational premise, with Feeneyism?This will be taught to the students at the CSA?
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Deacon Edward Schaefer is seeking funds and is projecting the CSA as a traditionalist college.He has not clarified if the Latin Mass( Extraordinary Form)  is Feeneyite or Cushingite,in harmony with the 16th century magisterium or a rupture,in its theology.
Also we do not know his personal beliefs as a Catholic on this issue( 12 points) while he has not commented on blog posts ( EucharistandMission) over the last few years.
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This was all the doctrinal and theological confusion at the Fischer More College and he was no help at that time.The faculty did not know the difference between Feeneyism and Cushingism and Bishop Olson at Forth Worth was not going to tell them, if he knew about it.
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The Fischer More College had Fr.Nicholas Gruner and Robert Sungenis as speakers.They would affirm EENS( Feeneyite) based on the text of the dogma defined by three Church Councils.But they would also theologically negate it at the same time.They would assume invisible for us  baptism of desire,blood and invincible ignorance, all are known without the baptism of water and they are visible exceptions to the dogma.So there was known salvation outside the Church for them, theologically,there were practical exceptions based on hypothetical cases.This is the confusion that is expected to be repeated by Edward Schaefer.-Lionel Andrades

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