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Offline Ladislaus

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« Reply #15 on: October 27, 2013, 01:59:57 PM »
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    I think that the fall of Saigon was too much for him.


    Yes, he was scarred by murders of 4 brothers by the Communists, including one who was buried alive.

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    « Reply #16 on: October 27, 2013, 04:15:02 PM »
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    Why bring up his apartment?  Is that to create an emotional stir in the readers of this forum?


    The guy's a troll, a militant home-aloner of sorts.

    It is best to heed the advice cited by Rev. Fr. Cornelius à Lapide (supra S. Matth. cap. xxii. 18):

    Prima, ait S. Hieronymus, vitus respondentis est cognoscere interrogantis mentem, illimque responsionem accomodare. - "The first virtue," says St. Jerome, "in one giving an answer is to know the mind of the one asking the question" and to render unto him a fitting response.


    Hobbledehoy,

    I agree with you, but a factor to consider on this public forum is that if we who see the truth do not stand united against error it will only infect and spread to more Catholics.  This forum is by far the largest and most active, at least that I am aware of, where we can do the most good, and where others can do the most harm.  

    There are many on here that can very easily be spiritually harmed by some of these errors.  I have witnessed the rotten fruits of Dimondism and Ibranyism in my life.  I have watched as good Catholics that I respected and considered friends become twisted into deranged rabid sectarians.  

    I have to hope that I can do something, to at least try anyway, to help my brother Catholics from falling into heresy, grave errors or schism.

    So, it is not just the questioner I am responding to, it is the other hundred or so people that are lurking and reading, who could easily be confused by this fallacious junk if we do not correct it point by point and expose it to the light of truth.

    You are in my prayers Hobbledehoy.  God bless.


    Thank you so much for the prayers. Please be assured of mine.

    What I meant to say that it is indeed his goal to cause an emotional stir and to create discord and strife, because he is a troll who continues to defame the CMRI and the memory of Archbishop Thuc.

    You have done well in heeding St. Jerome's advice, for that is what you have done with these sorts of people in your writings.
    Please ignore all that I have written regarding sedevacantism.


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    « Reply #17 on: October 27, 2013, 09:55:02 PM »
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    « Reply #18 on: October 27, 2013, 11:10:58 PM »
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    Why bring up his apartment?  Is that to create an emotional stir in the readers of this forum?


    The guy's a troll, a militant home-aloner of sorts.

    It is best to heed the advice cited by Rev. Fr. Cornelius à Lapide (supra S. Matth. cap. xxii. 18):

    Prima, ait S. Hieronymus, vitus respondentis est cognoscere interrogantis mentem, illimque responsionem accomodare. - "The first virtue," says St. Jerome, "in one giving an answer is to know the mind of the one asking the question" and to render unto him a fitting response.


    Mobius are you a home aloner, yes or no.

    Simple question, whatever you answer justify your position. Enough with these people that have a clear agenda...

    My issue with Thuc is something completely different, but not enough to say that "his ordinations might not be valid." If you have doubts, then read all the good links that people have given you. It seems the SSPV are neo-Novatianist. They certainly use the same tactics that he used, like denying communion to those who would go to St. Cornelius hierarchy for sacraments. Interesting company of men to be with...
    https://keybase.io/saintaquinas , has all my other verified accounts including PGP key plus BTC address for bitcoin tip jar. A.M.D.G.

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    « Reply #19 on: October 27, 2013, 11:18:21 PM »
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  • Another point to consider is that the SSPV bind the consciences of the laypeople to their non-authoritative conclusions about the validity of the Thuc line bishops.

    Regardless of what they think, their act of binding Catholics to their view under pain of denial of Holy Communion is a usurpation of the authority of the Church.  They are making a binding judgment, imposing that judgment on Catholics, and by that acting with jurisdiction that they lack.

    The SSPV are usurpers.  They have no power over any Catholic, and not any authority whatsoever in the Church.
    The Council of Trent, The Catechism of the Council of Trent, Papal Teaching, The Teaching of the Holy Office, The Teaching of the Church Fathers, The Code of Canon Law, Countless approved catechisms, The Doctors of the Church, The teaching of the Dogmatic


     

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