Luther: No, Absolutely No!
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LOL
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(06-09-2010, 01:20 PM)glgas Wrote: What is the reason for the dominance of negatives?

No offense, glgas, but which world do you live in?

This article is about the authorities in the Church pandering to protestants, the shameless modus operandi since Vatican II. This is a rather grave matter because it directly affects the faith of the Church. We should be alert and concerned about these dangerous prelates who are ever prone to compromise with the enemies of Christ, even if it happens to be the Pope (as it is the case). Don't you think that faith and truth matter? It seems you are confused about these issues. Faith is above obedience, or in other words, obedience is at the service of Faith, not the other way around.

Prof. Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira was an interesting man, one of the leading voices of Tradition in Brazil after the conciliar revolution, and back in the day he wrote extensively about these matters. His article deals with John Paul II, when he gave great scandal to the Church by visiting and preaching inside a lutheran church in Rome, not to condemn that abhorrent sect but to confirm them in their errors. These ecumenical scandals persist up to this day since Benedict XVI continues to pander with these vile heretics.

Thus, this article is as relevant as ever, no matter the "dominance of negatives".
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#13
"Royal door of ecumenism" I tell ya leave it to Bennie to come up with a gay phrase.
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#14
It's important to realize, as this article shows, that the Pope, despite his sympathy for Tradition, is still a liberal.  At his worst, he is JP II Light. 
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(06-09-2010, 05:57 PM)PeterII Wrote: It's important to realize, as this article shows, that the Pope, despite his sympathy for Tradition, is still a liberal.  At his worst, he is JP II Light. 

An obvious truth.
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(06-09-2010, 05:28 PM)Baskerville Wrote: "Royal door of ecumenism" I tell ya leave it to Bennie to come up with a gay phrase.

While not arguing whether the Pope is right or wrong in this matter, if you really believe Benedict to be the Vicar of Christ, you should refer to him with more respect.
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#17
to call him a liberal, he was one of the most conservative cardnals there were before he was elected pope, who then would be a more conservative choice and will stand up for the traditional rite, and not just sell us down the river and give the libberals their way?

I dont know of any other cardnals that are more conservative, and yes the day will come Papa Ben is getting old, it could be tommarrow, or it could be 10 years from now only our Lord knows when.

signed Jeremy
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#18
If Pope Benedict XVI is a "conservative", then this just shows you how deceptive "conservatism" is. Conservatives are nothing but the liberals of yesterday trying to preserve their worldview (or churchview), it's not about truth and principles.

If being conservative still means believing in religious liberty and ecumenism, then being conservative is spitting in the Church's perennial magisterium and thus in Our Lord's own face.
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#19
well better he then a blatent out and out liberal, they mess things up really fast just look at Obama, not slowly messing things up, changing our very way of life in only a few months.

its bad
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(06-09-2010, 05:14 PM)Vetus Ordo Wrote: No offense, glgas, but which world do you live in?

In the world where my Lord Jesus Christ called everyone, and was accused to be mixed with sinners, prostitutes and publicans. In the world where the commandment is not to keep your interpretation of the orthodoxy, but to love your enemy and to subdue yourself to the Magisterium.
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