Monday, June 19, 2017

Latin Mass community in Forth Worth,Texas seek a clarification from Bishop Olson : heresy, mortal sin

 Dr. Michael King, President, Fisher More College was told by Bishop Olson that the Traditional Mass had to be stopped  and that he wanted to save his soul.Since the closure of  the Catholic college in Forth Worth, Texas there is a Latin Mass community.It is St. Benedict parish which offers the Tridentine Rite Mass.
Fr. Peter Byrne, FSSP is the Parochial Vicar and Fr. Karl Pikus, FSSP is titled the Pator on the St.Bendict Church website.1.
They are there, like Bishop Olson, who was appointed by Pope Francis, to help save souls.They have permission to offer the Extraordinary Form of the Mass, unlike the Fisher More College.2.The faculties have been granted by the Bishop of Forth Worth since these FSSP priests  offer the Traditional Latin Mass while rejecting the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus which is interpreted by them and the bishop as having exceptions.Their concept of salvation is not exclusive and 'restricted' but inclusive and including non Catholics.
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So since the FSSP priests allege hypothetical cases are concrete exceptions to all needing to enter the Church, and the baptism of desire and blood are explicit exceptions to the dogma EENS, as it was understood for example, in the 16th century, they have been given faculties.Fischer More College which was not.
This was not possible at the Fischer More College since it seemed that they were affirming the dogma EENS as it was known over the centuries. Bishop Olson wanted them to accept Vatican Council II as a rupture with the past ecclesiology and the old dogmatic interpretation.Instead there were reports that Professor Dudley called for the rejection of Vatican Council II.
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Prof. Dudley and Bishop Olson and the FSSP priests were assuming Lumen Gentium 16 ( invincible ignorance) was an explicit exception to all needing to be 'card carrying members of the Church', for salvation.Invisible cases were visible for all of them in that controversy. With this irrational premise Vatican Council II had to emerge as a rupture with Tradition. This was acceptable for Bishop Olson and the FSSP priests but the Council became a  break with Tradition and this conclusion was  rejected by Prof. Dudley.
Now the entire Latin Mass community at St.Benedict in the diocese of Forth Worth, Texas, assume invisible cases are visible exceptions to the traditional theology associated with the Latin Mass.Their theology is inclusive even though they attend the old Latin Mass, which over the centuries was exclusivist in its ecclesiology.
That there are alleged exceptions to the dogma EENS and not every one needs to enter the Catholic Church to avoid Hell would be a new doctrine in the 16th century. It would be a denial of the dogma EENS, defined by three Church Councils.It  would be heresy.Why is this not a Canon Law issue today in Forth Worth ? Why does someone from the Latin Mass community file an appeal with the Diocese Tribunal ?
Since there are alleged exceptions to the dogma EENS for the Latin Mass community  and their FSSP priests they have changed the Nicene Creed. They pray, 'I believe in one baptism for the forgiveness of sins' but they mean that there are three known baptisms without the baptism of water, and they include desire, blood and invincible ignorance.This is first class heresy. It is a mortal sin.Someone has to tell them for the good of their souls or as Bishop Olson puts it ,in ' pastoral solicitude '.
The community too must clarify this. Ask the bishop and the two priests, if for them there are three or more known baptisms or only one.Then post their statement on the Internet.We know that the baptism of desire is not visible or known in personal cases.We can administer the baptism of water but we cannot give any one the baptism of desire.
Possibly if some one brought this to the attention of the FSSP priests they would say but the church has always believed in the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance.Then it  needs to be pointed out to them that this is not the issue.We do not have to reject hypothetical baptism of desire or theoretically being saved in invincible ignorance.The issue is that  the baptism of desire etc can be considered visible or invisible and the missionaries of the 16th century considered these cases invisible while the Forth Worth community and the whole diocese considers them visible in the flesh.If they were not visible in the flesh how could they be exceptions to the dogma EENS( Feeneyite)?!
So they re-interpret Mystici Corporis and the Council of Trent. Whenever there is a reference to being saved in invincible ignorance for example, they assume it is a practical exception to EENS even though the text does not state this. In other words an invisible case is re-interpreted as being visible.
This is deception.
So now they all attend the Traditional Latin Mass at St.Benedict Church while 1)rejecting the dogma EENS ( Feeneyite) and replacing it with some form of EENS(Cushigite).2)hey all reject Feeneyite Vatican Council II and assume that Cushingism is the only possible interpretation. For the 'good of their souls' the bishop and the two FSSP priests will not explain to the whole community the difference between the two.

The bishop and the FSSP priests do not tell the community that the baptism of desire and blood and being saved in invincible ignorance must no more be considered exceptions to EENS.The congregation must be told thathey can attend the Novus Ordo Mass or the Tridentine Rite Mass and still affirm the strict interpretation of the dogma EENS.The Letter of the Holy Office 1949 during the pontificate of Pope Pius XII made an objective mistake. If the popes since Pius XII assume invisible people are visible then it still is an objective mistake, even if the person is a pope.So Feeneyism is still traditional theology after Vatican Council II.Vatican Council II is Feeneyite.
At the time of the Fischer More College controversy the bishop was accused of breaking Canon Law.
Canon Law is still an issue.
How can a bishop and the two FSSP priests reject the dogma EENS defined by three Church Councils ? Why do they not affirm the dogma EENS as it was interpreted in the 16th century? Why must they assume invisible people are visible exceptions to all needing to be members of the Church for salvation.How can all these innovations be taught by juridical persons? It violates Canon Law.
How can the bishop and the two FSSP priests and the whole Latin Mass community affirm Vatican Council II only with  an irrational premise? This is irrational, non traditional and heretical.This is a Canon Law issue for a bishop.
How can the meaning of the Nicene Creed be changed for the whole Latin Mass community there ? This is first class heresy.The bishop and priests need to recant. In their present condition they have no right to to offer Holy Mass.
When +Olson released his statement and the copy of the letter, he revealed that, "as part of the development of an overall pastoral plan," the diocese is considering establishing "an independent parish devoted to the Extraordinary Form and entrusted to capable priests". I'm sure the news will be greeted with great skepticism from the "help, help, we're being repressed" crowd..".
The ' independent parish devoted to the Extraordinary Form and entrusted to capable priests' is as heretical today as it was   when the Bishop helped sink the Fischer More College.The issue is 'ideology' as Pope Francis would put it. The Franciscans of the Immaculate were 'ideological' and so the Traditional Latin Mass was banned. The FSSP is not ideological. They affirm Vatican Council II (Cushingite) and reject EENS ( Feeneyite). So they can have the Old Mass. Really it is the Old Mass with the liturgy, vestments, rituals and language but without the theology and doctrines of the past.It is not Apostolic.
-Lionel Andrades


A letter from the bishop of Fort Worth, TX, dated February 24, 2014, to Mr. Michael King, president of Fisher More College, was leaked to theRorate Caeli blog; the letter from Bishop Michael Olson states: 
1. You do not have permission to have the public celebration of the Extraordinary Form of the Mass at the Chapel of Fisher More College.  This includes Sundays and weekdays.  The weekly celebration of the Extraordinary Form is available to the faithful every Sunday at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church in Fort Worth. 
2. You may only have the celebration of the Mass in the Ordinary Form by priests who explicitly have faculties for such celebration as granted by me as the Bishop of Fort Worth….
I make these norms out of my pastoral solicitude and care for the students of Fisher-More College as well as for your own soul.  I urge you to comply with them. 

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