Licit to attend weekly NO Masses with abuses?
(04-24-2009, 05:13 PM)tradmaverick Wrote: Even the devil can quote scripture?

Are you serious? You are joking right? Thats youre argument!

Scripture can be interpreted, theology is black and white, its read!!

This is the whole reason why things like Dei Defectibus, quo primum, all the encyclicals of the Popes, all the manuals of moral theology, all the books of canon law, the summa theologica by St.Thomas Aquinas,etc etc etc, in order to teach the faith - to root out errors and to prevent people from falling for them.

You cant just argue it all away with 'even the devil can quote scripture'...thats sounds like protestant talk.....

(04-24-2009, 05:03 PM)DrBombay Wrote: What I do believe with all my heart is that Christ would not allow his Church to promulgate a questionably valid Mass and allow four of his Vicars to say it publicly.  Appeals to Aquinas and Ott, et al don't move me I'm afraid.

What you believe with your heart??? Move you??? What about with your head? your reason? where are youre reasonable argument to the contrary, the burden of proof is now on you to prove your claims.

The burden is on me to prove what exactly?  That the gates of Hell have not prevailed against the Church? My head tells me that the gates of hell have not prevailed, nor will they.  How's that for reason?

I think the "Extraordinary Form" of the Mass is superior in every way to the "Ordinary Form."  I would be thrilled if the Novus Ordo withered and died and was never said again.  But questioning the validity of the NO is not a litmus test for being a traddy and if you think it is, you have a very warped view of what Traditionalism is.  

But you with your S.T.D. obviously know more about theology than I do.  So, I bow to your superior intellect.  :nonsum:

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Re: Licit to attend weekly NO Masses with abuses? - by DrBombay - 04-24-2009, 05:44 PM

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