Repost : The 'missing link' discovered : what makes Vatican Council II traditional or heretical
JUNE 11, 2014
The 'missing link' discovered : what makes Vatican Council II traditional or heretical
The missing link is the irrational inference in the interpretation of Vatican Council II.
Get rid of the inference and as in a snap of the finger the Council becomes traditional, as it always was.
Hands up anyone who is surprised that Saint Pius X was hardly quoted at all in at the Second Vatican Council. He was the least quoted of the twentieth century Popes. There was no reference to Pascendi. And there was no mention of Modernism in a papal encyclical between Ecclesiam Suam in 1964 and Fides et Ratio in 1998.
Can we have a spokesman from the Department of the Hermeneutic of Continuity, please?
Lionel: There is no contradiction with Pascendi in Vatican Council II unless you assume that the dead saved- and now referred to in Vatican Council II, are explicit for us.If you use this irrationality, Vatican Council II will contradict Pascendi.
Without the irrational inference, Vatican Council II has a hermeneutic of continuity. With the false premise of being able to see the dead-saved, it is the hermeneutic of rupture.
We have finally found the ‘missing link’ for either of the two heremeneutics.It is so simple.