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Another video of Fr. Barron: Good atheists can be saved. Vatican II told us so. - Printable Version

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Re: Another video of Fr. Barron: Good atheists can be saved. Vatican II told us so. - Catholic Johnny - 09-26-2011

Quote:The Church's consciousness, enlightened and supported by the Holy Spirit and fathoming more and more deeply both her divine mystery and her human mission, and even her human weaknesses-this consciousness is and must remain the first source of the Church's love, as love in turn helps to strengthen and deepen her consciousness. Paul VI left us a witness of such an extremely acute consciousness of the Church. Through the many things, often causing suffering, that went to make up his pontificate he taught us intrepid love for the Church, which is, as the Council states, a "sacrament or sign and means of intimate union with God, and of the unity of all mankind". Pope John Paul II, Redemptor Hominis

Here Pope John Paul II invokes "conciousness;" of which Pope St. Pius X teaches,
Quote:"Hence, Venerable Brethren, springs that ridiculous proposition of the Modernists, that every religion, according to the different aspect under which it is viewed, must be considered as both natural and supernatural. Hence it is that they make consciousness and revelation synonymous. Hence the law, according to which religious consciousness is given as the universal rule, to be put on an equal footing with revelation, and to which all must submit, even the supreme authority of the Church, whether in its teaching capacity, or in that of legislator in the province of sacred liturgy or discipline."
Pascendi dominici gregis