Another video of Fr. Barron: Good atheists can be saved. Vatican II told us so.
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(09-25-2011, 10:19 PM)Catholic Johnny Wrote: "Believe" here is interpreted by the Modernists as "consciousness" which Pope John Paul II had already defined as what formerly constituted 'conversion.'  To wit, the entire human race is already justified, but it is the vocation of the Church to raise awareness of this fact so that by his consciousness man may realize what has already been accomplished a priori, viz, that they are already Christians whether they desire it or not or whether they believe it or not.

Indeed. Anyone who has studied his phenomenological views knows that he does not use "belief" in the same way that Catholics do. And this is how these texts get a free pass: they use words like "belief" and "Christ" that Catholics think are merely a confirmation of the truth they understand. But the authors of the texts have made clear that their views on these concepts are anything but traditional. After all, there are other ways to think about Christ than the "Christ of history", Who died on the Cross.

It is comforting to encounter other Catholics who actually understand the heresy.

I think that is one of the most significant causes of the confusion today: so few understand what Modernism is or how it uses Christianity to teach its errors. It slips by unnoticed in so many texts of Vatican II that we are commanded to interpret "in the light of tradition".
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Re: Another video of Fr. Barron: Good atheists can be saved. Vatican II told us so. - by INPEFESS - 09-25-2011, 11:46 PM



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