Monday, June 25, 2018

Ryan Grant interprets the Catechisms of Trent and Pius X with Cushingism - it is a rupture with the past ecclesiology,EENS, St.Robert Bellarmine and the Jesuits in the Middle Ages

Cushingite Ryan Grant interprets the Catechisms of Trent and Pius X  as a rupture with the past exclusivist ecclesiology and of course extra ecclesiam nulla salus( Feeneyite).In an article on Faithful Answers, a few years back,  he interpreted the baptism of desire(BOD), baptism of blood(BOB) and being saved in invincible ignorance(I.I) as exceptions to Feeneyite EENS.In other words, they refer to known people saved outside the Church for them to be exceptions .
They are not exceptions to EENS for me but hypothetical cases.This is how they were known to the past popes and saints including St. Thomas Aquinas and St.Robert Bellarmine.
But since BOD, BOB and I.I like the Letter of the Holy Office 1949, are exceptions to EENS for Ryan Grant, the Catechisms, when they mention BOD, BOB and I.I,are in conflict for him with the past traditional ecclesiology. They become exceptions for him, to the past exclusivist ecclesiology of the Catholic Church.There is a rupture for  example, with the no- salvation- outside- the- Church theology of St.Francis Xavier and the Jesuits of the Middle Ages.

This is doctrinal confusion by the Latinist Grant who has translated some of the writings of St. Robert Bellarmine.There is not only a split with St.Robert Bellarmine who did not interpret BOD, BOB and I.I as referring to known people saved outside the Church but also a rupture with the popes on EENS.
This was the approach to Bellarmine and EENS by the liberal theologians Rahner, Ratzinger, Kung... . This was the only way they could make Vatican Council II a rupture with Tradition ( EENS, Syllabus of Errors).
So Vatican Council II is a also a rupture with Tradition  for  Ryan Grant as it was for Archbishop Lefebvre and still is for the bishops of the Society of St. Pius X(SSPX).
But Vatican Council II is not a rupture with EENS and the past ecclesiology for me.
Vatican Council II (Cushingite) is a rupture with Tradition but not Vatican Council II (Feeneyite).
The Catechism of the Catholic Church(1994) with invisible -for- him BOD, BOB and I.I would also be a rupture  with the Magisterium of the 16th century, on EENS.
Such confusion!

All this cannot be magisterial since the Holy Spirit cannot teach error.How can the Holy Spirit suggest that people in Heaven saved allegedly with the baptism of desire or blood and without the baptism of water, are objective exceptions on earth to the 'strict' interpretation of the dogma EENS?

Instead it is the heresy of the ecclesiastical hierarchy which is supported by Ryan Grant.So the Latin Mass which he attends is not really the Tridentine Rite Mass of the time of St. Bellarmine, since the ecclesiology has been changed with visible and known for him cases of BOD,BOB and I.I which are objective exceptions for him, to Feeneyite EENS.
The ecclesiology of the Old Mass, in the 16th century, was not Cushingite but Feeneyite( see the definitions on the right hand side bar).For the missionaries in the 16th century BOD, BOB and I.I referred to hypothetical cases, invisible people in real life. This is common sense. It could not be anything else.
It could only refer to things hoped for, possibilities of salvation hoped for outside the Catholic Church, sentimentality with a lot of good will.Obviously there could be any concrete case of someone known to be saved outside the Church.

Ryan Grant could today correct the error.But it would mean having to affirm Feeneyite EENS and Vatican Council II(Feeneyite). He would have to reject his present EENS(Cushingite) and Vatican Council II (Feeneyite), the only interpretation of the Council and EENS known to the traditionalists.
This would be a split with Archbishop Lefebvre who was a Cushingite.
It would also be a split with his present Cushingite interpretation of St.Robert Bellarmine on EENS.-Lionel Andrades

MARCH 18, 2018

The Catechism of Pope Pius X does not say that invincible ignorance is an exception to the dogma extra ecclesiaam nulla salus(EENS). This has to be wrongly inferred by sedevacantists (Graphics)

Similarly would you agree that when Mystici Corporis and the Catechisms of Pius X and Trent mentioned BOD, BOB and I.I were also referring to hypothetical cases and so they are not exceptions to EENS?

MARCH 18, 2018

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Repost : Sedevacantists affirm the Catechism of Pope Pius X but not as Feeneyites.They assume invincible ignorance refers to explicit cases, objectively visible in 2016 so they are exceptions to the same Catechism saying all need to enter the Church for salvation

MAY 13, 2013

The saints agree with me!

JUNE 28, 2016

So compared to the time of St. Robert Bellarmine we have a new ecclesiology and soteriology with heretical consequences: the Feeneyite theology of St. Robert Bellarmine is replaced with Cushingism

JUNE 29, 2016

Vatican Council II (Cushingite) has erred but it can be re-intepreted with Feeneyism: Vatican Council II ( Feeneyite) is not heretical

The 23,000 bishops and the Vicar of Christ assumed hypothetical cases were explicit exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus (EENS-Feeneyite) : Cushingism is a break with St. Robert Bellarmine

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