Pope calls the idea of Mary as Co-Redemptrix "foolishness"
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(12-14-2019, 02:48 PM)Augustinian Wrote:
(12-14-2019, 12:54 PM)formerbuddhist Wrote: Personally I don't see it ever being made into a dogma in the RCC unless by some chance there's some Franciscan trad pope that comes in and does it.

At any rate it's interesting.  Even über trads like the Dimonds are dead against it, so there must be a lot of division surrounding it even in tradland.

That's the beauty of it, it most likely never will be dogma. If you don't like the title, don't use it. I personally never use it, but don't mind it.

I will say though, appealing to the Dimond brothers does not help your argument.
I'm no fan of the Dimonds, I find them cultish and repugnant,  I just found it interesting that in looking into it I found a few objections from the rad trad side (until then I'd thought "co redemptrix" was pretty much something most trads rallied around.  

True enough, it's not likely to ever be set in stone.  I suppose it remains open as a theological opinion that one can take or leave.
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RE: Pope calls the idea of Mary as Co-Redemptrix "foolishness" - by formerbuddhist - 12-14-2019, 05:24 PM



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