A good quote about the Holy Fathers recent address.
(01-28-2012, 11:44 AM)Old Salt Wrote: From Stephen Dupuy:

"On January 27, Pope Benedict XVI addressed this plenary session discussing Tradition, ecumenism, and Vatican II.  Although the address said some good things (including condemnations of irenicism and indifferentism), a few statements are enough to give Traditionalists some pause. First, the Pope states, “We can see today not few good fruits born of the ecumenical dialogues..." The obvious Traditional response to this statement is to ask: “Such as?”  The Pope fails to mention any specifically in his address. Since the only legitimate fruit of any ecumenical discussion is the conversion of non-Catholics to Catholicism, where is the evidence that this been brought about through ecumenism?"

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Re: A good quote about the Holy Fathers recent address. - by McNider - 01-28-2012, 11:51 PM

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