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Offline Cryptinox

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In Dominico Agro
« on: August 11, 2020, 03:27:03 PM »
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    I saw some BODer claim that this is teaching that everything in the Roman Catechism is infallible.
    In Dominico Argo (Papal Encyclical of Pope Clement XIII): “As our predecessors understood that that holy meeting of the universal Church was so prudent in judgment and so moderate that it abstained from condemning ideas which authorities among Church scholars supported, they wanted another work prepared with the agreement of that holy council which would cover the entire teaching which the faithful should know and which would be far removed from any error. They printed and distributed this book under the title of The Roman Catechism. There are aspects of their action worthy of special praise. In it they compiled the teaching which is common to the whole Church and which is far removed from every danger of error..."
    How do anti BODers explain this?

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    Re: In Dominico Agro
    « Reply #1 on: August 12, 2020, 05:31:06 AM »
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  • The Roman catechism is certainly in agreement with the council of Trent, I do not think anyone disputes this.

    I am not sure what there is to explain since like Trent, this catechism does not teach anything about a BOD. For that matter, neither the idea nor the term, "baptism of desire" has ever been used in any encyclical or official Church document - because although it appears in some later catechisms, the Church does not teach a BOD.     
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