SSPX Statement
#1
It was nice to see in the SSPX statement the Society upholding Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus (Outside the Church, No Salvation) Father Leonard Feeney, Saint Benedict Center and the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :tiphat: :tiphat: :tiphat:
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#2
I don't think they meant to imply Feeneyism by that statement.
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#3
Feeneyism is Catholicism!!! ............................and when they pronounce the dogma Father Feeney fought for i rejoice!!!!!!!!!!!
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#4
Nevertheless, the SSPX has not taken that position, so I doubt that's what they meant here.
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#5
Fr. Feeney's interpretation was wrong, and condemned.
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#6
The Church has said otherwise, just check the documentation from the Feeneyite website    www.catholicism.org
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#7
(07-19-2012, 09:54 PM)salus Wrote: The Church has said otherwise, just check the documentation from the Feeneyite website    www.catholicism.org

Well...it looks like we are going to get into another Feeneyite debate.
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#8
Salus, the SSPX rejects absolutely the feeneyite teaching on Baptism, as all informed Catholics do.  EENS is not Fr. Feeney's doctrine; salvation ONLY via water baptism is what he taught.  Let's not get into another debate on this.  Salus needs to educate himself on this and learn the Truth.  You can start with the Canons of the Council of Trent regarding Justification.
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#9
http://www.catholicism.org/images/DeeryLetterII.jpg



ROME HAS SPOKEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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#10
(07-19-2012, 10:39 PM)salus Wrote: http://www.catholicism.org/images/DeeryLetterII.jpg



ROME HAS SPOKEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Quite ironic that a "traditional Catholic" congregation would cite a post-concilliar pronouncement to defend its heterodox views.

In the big tent of the NewChurch, everything is okay as long as one bows down to Vatican II. Rome indeed spoke, in 1949 under Pope Pius XII.
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