It is hard to determine exaclty if the entire Ordinary Magisterium accepts it. Like I've said before I know of a few bishops who have endorsed the views of Fr. Feeney and declared a book defending his theology to "free from moral and doctrinal error."  I'm sure the Catechism of Trent was accepted by all the Catholic bishops yet is spoke error concerning enxoulment, which the pope had since then corrected. So how can we say something is trule universally excepted by the Ordinary? Who determines it?

The Extrordinary Magisterium is there to take care of such confusion, and since the Extrordinary Magisterium has only spoken in favor of Limbo, I must agree with them and not a catechism which is not protected by infallibility.

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Limbo - by Lagrange - 03-06-2009, 04:35 AM
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