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(05-01-2011, 07:44 PM)SouthpawLink Wrote: Pope St. Pius V's Ex Omnibus Afflictionibus: http://www.catecheticsonline.com/SourcesofDogma11.php

1031 31. Perfect and sincere charity, which is from a "pure heart and good conscience and a faith not feigned" [1 Tim. 1:5], can be in catechumens as well as in penitents without the remission of sins.

That simply means that an unbaptized person cannot have perfect charity; the unregenerate are not capable of perfect charity, and the catechumen is unregenerate.

1032 32. That charity which is the fullness of the law is not always connected with the remission of sins.

Again, all this means is the unregenerate does not have perfect charity. Because his sins have not been remitted

1033 33. A catechumen lives justly and rightly and holily, and observes the commandments of God, and fulfills the law through charity, which is only received in the laver of baptism, before the remission of sins has been obtained.

This simply means a catechumen CANNOT live justly rightly and holily [b] BEFORE receiving the remission of sins only baptism can supply. remember, the WHOLE proposition is condemned.[/b]

1070 70. Man existing in the state of mortal sin, or under the penalty of eternal damnation can have true charity; and even perfect charity can exist along with the guilt of eternal damnation.

This means a person in original sin or mortal sin cannot have true charity that exists alongside the eternal penalty of sin.

1071 71. Through contrition even when joined with perfect charity and with the desire to receive the sacrament, a crime is not remitted without the actual reception of the sacrament, except in case of necessity, or of martyrdom.

This is referring to the sacrament of penance, not baptism; WHICH by implication means that those in question are already baptized, because only the baptised can receive the sacrament of penance and the remission of sins that comes from perfect charity.
-- Condemned.

"The condemnation by Pius V of the 79 Baianist tenets is an act of the supreme magisterium of the Church, an ex cathedrâ pronouncement. ...  From the tenor of the Bull, 'Ex Omnibus', we know that to each of the 79 propositions one or several or all of the following censures will apply: hæretica, erronea, suspecta, temeraria, scandalosa, in pias aures offendens."

http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/02209c.htm

See also: http://www.traditionalmass.org/articles/...&catname=2
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