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(03-18-2015, 02:12 PM)austenbosten Wrote:
(03-18-2015, 01:57 PM)GangGreen Wrote: While I don't necessarily agree with CMTV's stance on never discussing the negative things that the Pope does, the question also is who elects him? If we're of the opinion that God permits whoever to be pope to be elected unless by some miracle (which has happened), then the people who are responsible for the current pope are the bishops. They're the ones who decide the type of pope they will elect. To the extent they can, these bishops will try to elect a pope who is in line with what they desire. Of course there are exceptions.

On another note, when we look at the bishops, you can say that Dolan is only following his boss's example, however, what about the bishops who are staying faithful to Church teachings and are speaking out against the immorality of the current culture. Are we saying that bishops like Burke, Schneider, Cordileone are being disobedient?  I would say that they are being obedient to Christ and the Church. Last time I checked, doctrine hasn't changed. So what would they be being disobedient to? No, every man makes a choice. If a pope is acting in ways that are contrary to the Catholic faith, the bishops shouldn't just follow him into oblivion. They should stand up for the Catholic faith that they believe in. Anyone who does differently is either guilty of heresy and/or is a careerist suck up.

I would say that bishops like Burke and Schneider are being disobedient to the Modernist-views that has been poisoning the Church for over 100 years, which sadly our Holy Father is flirtatious with.

I agree.  I also think that if the good bishops get too vocal they either get demoted or some how silenced.  I think it is wonderful how Cardinal Burke speaks up.  Not only him but there are a few others too.  Too bad it isn't the majority that speak up then maybe we would get back the One Holy  Catholic and Apostolic  church back.  The church that I love.
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#12
Dolan gets question from Voris. Dolan tells his press guy to get rid of him. Guy goes to another guy who then kicks Voris out. Fun stuff. I'm sure Dolan knews who Voris was. Someone who cares so much about his image and gets attacked incessantly by him.


I personally have no issue with CMTV really going after Dolan like this. Let's not forget that Dolan is the Archbishop a very large and high profile diocese. Not that it'll really amount to much unless the mainstream media picks it up (which it won't).
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#13
I think people on this forum should be happy with the good that Michael Voris does.
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The issues with CMTV in these parts came from his attacks on other traditional outlets like the Remnant. Add in the fact that he refuses to say anything negative about the Pope and you have people who are weary of him. I personally think that CMTV does a great job and is one of the few traditional outlets that can and is willing to actually go out on the streets and cause a ruckus in the modern church.
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(03-20-2015, 03:50 PM)GangGreen Wrote: The issues with CMTV in these parts came from his attacks on other traditional outlets like the Remnant. Add in the fact that he refuses to say anything negative about the Pope and you have people who are weary of him. I personally think that CMTV does a great job and is one of the few traditional outlets that can and is willing to actually go out on the streets and cause a ruckus in the modern church.

I think that he is right in refusing to publicly criticize the Pope, in most circumstances. Do tell how you are to teach people that we are to submit to the Pope (the Vicar of Christ) and that he has universal jurisdiction over the Church, while you are constantly criticizing him publicly? You men are trying to teach others that God commands everyone to be in union with the Pope and at the same time you teach that the current Pope is the worst thing to ever happen to the Church, that no one should listen to him. Anyone outside the Church is going to call you a lunatic and they are not going to believe you, nor are they going to submit to the Pope. It also happens especially among traditional sects, those who criticize the Pope use the most nasty satire, insults and uncharitable assertions that I have ever read about anyone; it is shameful that these people claim to be Catholic yet act in such manners.

Sedevacantist should be condemned for their errors. Vatican 1 stated that there will always be perpetual successors to the Chair of Peter; the Chair cannot be empty (except until the next election after a Pope dies, etc), it is an error to believe that Pope Francis or past Popes within 50-60 year time period were not Popes at all.

Correct me if I am wrong but doesn't the Remnant promote the heresy of Sedevacantism?
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(03-20-2015, 04:08 PM)Azygos Wrote: Correct me if I am wrong but doesn't the Remnant promote the heresy of Sedevacantism?

The Remnant is not sedevacantist.
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The Remnant speaking on Mr. Voris's baseless attacks on SSPX and the Remnant. I'm sorry but Voris started talking about the Matt family and to me, that is a low blow.


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(03-20-2015, 05:34 PM)CaptCrunch73 Wrote:
(03-20-2015, 04:08 PM)Azygos Wrote: Correct me if I am wrong but doesn't the Remnant promote the heresy of Sedevacantism?

The Remnant is not sedevacantist.

Thanks for the correction.
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CMTV's issue with the Remnant is that they are sympathetic to the SSPX. They aren't SSPX parishioners, but are sympathetic to their cause. CMTV calls SSPX schismatic (which isn't we quite true) , so therefore to them remnant = bad. The remnant also isn't shy about questioning the pope's actions.  I think the remnant is great and i like the work that Michael Matt does. He seems a bit more down to earth compared to Voris in a sense. Voris almost gives an air about himself like he's the top dog in the traditional Catholic media. Either way, I'm a fan of both.
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I watched the video.
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