Monday, June 12, 2017

Michael Voris is one of the lapsed Catholics like Mike Pence : replaces traditional theology with irrational theology

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Once again Michael Voris continues with his Cushingite interpretation of Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church (1994).He does not clarify that Lumen Gentium 14 nor CCC 847 does not contradict the strict interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS).
Even though he says outside the Church there is no salvation he means that there are exceptions ( people in ignorance).It is important for him, like all Cushingites, to make the distinction between all in general needing to enter the Church for salvation and the exceptions of those who do not know about Jesus and the Church and they will be saved outside the Church in some form.
Michael Voris has said that if there is a non Catholic in another religion who is going to be saved then it means that in Heaven he is a Catholic and not a member still of his old religion. Agreed.But this non Catholic cannot exist in our reality. He would be in Heaven and known only to God. So he cannot be a theological exception to Feeneyite EENS. The magisterium made a mistake and Michael as always,is following the magisterium.
Theoretically and hypothetically yes, but in reality being saved in invincible ignorance is a non existing case for us human beings.It has nothing to do with the dogma EENS.An invisible person cannot be an exxcepton to the dogma EENS in 2017.It is not an example of known and practical salvation outside the Church.It had nothing to do with EENS when the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 was issued with this mistake.
Cushingites assume hypothetical cases are practical exceptions to EENS (Feeneyite). Feeneyites know that there cannot any practical exception, since hypothetical cases are not personally known, so they cannot be exceptions to EENS(Feeneyite).This is something obvious.
So Michael Voris  cites the Catechism(1994) and says someone who knows about the Catholic Church and rejects it cannot be saved(CCC 847) .Those (3:18) 1  who knowing that the Catholc Church was founded as necessary by God through Christ, would refuse either to enter it or remain in it cannot be saved.This is a quote from Lumen Gentium 14.
But the dogma EENS says all need to enter the Church and the dogma does not name any exceptions, and there were no exceptions in the 16th century.
But for Michael Voris and Cardinal Ratzinger there are exceptions.There were exceptions for Cardinal Richard Cushing and the Jesuits at Vatican Council II.
So for Michael Voris there is an EENS, Cushingite, which has the theological exceptions of the baptism of desire and blood and being saved in invincible ignorance, all without the baptism of water and which are examples of known salvation outside the Church.Then there is also only Vatican Council II, Cushingite for him, since Lumen Gentium 14 refers to known cases of people saved in invincible ignorance. So Vatican Council II (Cushingite) becomes a rupture with the dogma EENS(Feeneyite) and instead it is replaced with a new EENS( Cushingite).
Similarly CCC 847 would also be a rupture with the dogma EENS( Feeneyite) and the Syllabus of Errors for Michael Voris.
So he says outside the Church there is no salvation ( Cushingite version) and means it is in accord with Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Cushingite version.
For discerning viewers he would be saying that he affirms outside the Church there is no salvation ( Cushingite) which is a rupture with EENS( Feeneyite), Vatican Council II( Feeneyite) and the Catechism(Feeneyite).This is not a problem forhim, since it is  magisterial, the present magisterium is Cushingite in theology.
Michael Voris in the past has said that not  every one needs to be a card carrying member of the Church for salvation.So doctrine has been changed. It is no more like it was for the missionaries in the 16th century.For the 16th century magisterium every one needed to be ' a card carrying member' of the Catholic Church to avoid Hell.
So Mike Pence and so many Catholics must have thought that if the Catholic Church can change its teaching on salvation by using a new theology, and  Michael Voris is a good example of this change, then it is not obligatory to follow all its teachings.Catholics then left the uncomfortable moral and faith teachings of the Church and now call themselves 'lapsed Catholics'.
Michael Voris is one of them.
He has rejected the traditional theology on exclusive salvation in the Church and has replaced it with the new theology, which is supported by the two popes.-Lionel Andrades

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