How bad would a Novus Ordo Mass have to be to justify not attending?
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(05-02-2009, 12:36 PM)glgas Wrote: The opposite is defined as legal principle since the Roman Law: Impedimentum dubium, impedimentum nullum. Doubtful obstacle, no obstacle. You must have clear evidence for rejection. This is the same principle that everyone is innocent, until proven guilty.

I want JPM to justify his statements. He claimed that a "doubtful" sacrament is the cause of mortal sin for its participants. This is a very serious statement. Who has to doubt it? The celebrant or the participants or anyone? The claim something is a mortal sin with vague criteria is very dangerous.

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Re: How bad would a Novus Ordo Mass have to be to justify not attending? - by Historian - 05-02-2009, 12:45 PM



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