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The idea of a seminary for the likes of Stubborn co.
« on: July 22, 2014, 03:33:25 AM »
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  • For the likes of Stubborn, Cantarella and the rest of their ilk, a seminary would consist only in the "literal reading" of Church Councils, Canon Law, Bulls, Encyclicals, the Bible and other primary sources.

    And that's it.

    No dogmatic or morality manuals, as these are mere "parables and metaphors".

    In fact, all the "seminarians" would carry would be a copy of Denzinger, Canon Law and the Bible.

    These people are so detached from reality and unaware of the danger they find themselves in it's scary.

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    « Reply #1 on: July 22, 2014, 06:55:42 AM »
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    « Reply #2 on: July 22, 2014, 07:23:56 AM »
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  • Great efforts should be made to ensure that only English copies are used, too.   :wink:

    Wouldn't want other languages to interfere with "how it was written."
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    The idea of a seminary for the likes of Stubborn co.
    « Reply #3 on: July 22, 2014, 07:54:48 AM »
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    For the likes of Stubborn, Cantarella and the rest of their ilk, a seminary would consist only in the "literal reading" of Church Councils, Canon Law, Bulls, Encyclicals, the Bible and other primary sources.

    And that's it.

    No dogmatic or morality manuals, as these are mere "parables and metaphors".

    In fact, all the "seminarians" would carry would be a copy of Denzinger, Canon Law and the Bible.

    These people are so detached from reality and unaware of the danger they find themselves in it's scary.



    At least our seminarians would learn about the authority of the Church and they'd have a Church with the Holy Sacraments and a Pope, bad as he may be. IOW, they'd learn the Catholic faith and teach it so they could answer the schismatics when they argue that the sacraments are optional and that there is no pope and that there really is salvation outside the Church.

    Denzinger has been nearly as corrupted as the CCC so they'd learn to tell the difference between truth and lies by being taught the Catholic faith.
    They'd also learn that Dogmas never change and are to be understood as "once declared" so they would accept them as written - they'd learn sacred dogmas are not to be interpreted into meaningless formulas and they'd learn that they have no authority to depose the pope. These things are only terrible to schismatics, so if these things are terrible to you, well.........

    And they'd learn about the fundamental dogma EENS and that without it meaning exactly what it says, there is no reason not to accept the NO and every reason to accept it.  

    Mainly, they'd have a Roman Catholic Church with Sacraments and a pope, bad though he may be.

    For a small gain they travel far; for eternal life many will scarcely lift a foot from the ground. - Thomas A Kempis

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    The idea of a seminary for the likes of Stubborn co.
    « Reply #4 on: July 22, 2014, 10:46:51 AM »
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    For the likes of Stubborn, Cantarella and the rest of their ilk, a seminary would consist only in the "literal reading" of Church Councils, Canon Law, Bulls, Encyclicals, the Bible and other primary sources.

    And that's it.

    No dogmatic or morality manuals, as these are mere "parables and metaphors".

    In fact, all the "seminarians" would carry would be a copy of Denzinger, Canon Law and the Bible.

    These people are so detached from reality and unaware of the danger they find themselves in it's scary.



    At least our seminarians would learn about the authority of the Church and they'd have a Church with the Holy Sacraments and a Pope, bad as he may be. IOW, they'd learn the Catholic faith and teach it so they could answer the schismatics when they argue that the sacraments are optional and that there is no pope and that there really is salvation outside the Church.

    Denzinger has been nearly as corrupted as the CCC so they'd learn to tell the difference between truth and lies by being taught the Catholic faith.
    They'd also learn that Dogmas never change and are to be understood as "once declared" so they would accept them as written - they'd learn sacred dogmas are not to be interpreted into meaningless formulas and they'd learn that they have no authority to depose the pope. These things are only terrible to schismatics, so if these things are terrible to you, well.........

    And they'd learn about the fundamental dogma EENS and that without it meaning exactly what it says, there is no reason not to accept the NO and every reason to accept it.  

    Mainly, they'd have a Roman Catholic Church with Sacraments and a pope, bad though he may be.



    He agrees with what I said  :facepalm:


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    The idea of a seminary for the likes of Stubborn co.
    « Reply #5 on: July 22, 2014, 09:18:21 PM »
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    For the likes of Stubborn, Cantarella and the rest of their ilk, a seminary would consist only in the "literal reading" of Church Councils, Canon Law, Bulls, Encyclicals, the Bible and other primary sources.

    And that's it.


    And of course, it is certain that the Holy Religion cannot be known by the above.

    All must be damned, who have not recourse to such moral theological manuals to tell them what to believe.
    It is a tragedy, surely.........

     

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