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Repost : Have we learnt anything from the last 70 plus years ?- The Roman Forum has not

 JUNE 2, 2014

Have we learnt anything from the last 70 plus years ?- The Roman Forum has not

Have We Learned Anything From This “Hundred Years’ War”? is the theme of the Roman Forum seminar this month. Also one could ask Have we learnt anything from the last 70 plus years error?
Professor Dietrich von Hildebrand and his wife Alice never pointed out that Cushingism was a major theological error in the Catholic Church. The founder, of the Roman Forum, annually never once announced that the baptism of desire cannot be an exception to the traditional interpretation of Fr.Leonard Feeney on extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
They never corrected the error when it was extended to Vatican Council II.
For some 70 years in the Catholic Church it is being assumed that those who are saved in invincible ignorance or implicit desire are visible to us. So they are exceptions to Tradition.
This view was never corrected by the Hildebrand's, Michael DaviesDr.John Rao and the many speakers at the Roman Forum.Even Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and the SSPX bishops have never mentioned it before.
At their conference this month speakers will continue to assume that Vatican Council II is a break with the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. Of course it is a break with the past when a false premise is used in the interpretation. This same premise is also being used by the speakers every year. Even after being informed none of them will state in public that Vatican Council II affirms exclusive salvation in the Catholic Church.
This is because this  view is not popular and will draw persecution. So like they have been repeating for the last 22 years,they will infer that we can see the dead saved with 'a ray of the Truth' (Nostra Aetate 2).Then they will presume that Vatican Council II contradicts the traditional teaching.This is politically correct.
'Have we learnt anything from the last 100 years' is the appropriate question and theme of the conference in Italy this June 30.
Lionel Andrades

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