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Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
« on: December 28, 2010, 11:38:25 PM »
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  • "From the brilliant British series, Yes, Prime Minister. Dead-on accurate, as usual.

    Though the episode is about the Anglican establishment,
    the parallels to the post-Conciliar church are striking. Runs about 4 minutes.

    The new Prime Minister has to choose a bishop for a vacant diocese"



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    Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
    « Reply #1 on: December 29, 2010, 12:20:49 AM »
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  • A Modernist is someone who has adopted the Freemason heretical doctrine that Salvation can be achieved in no matter what religion you are in. A Modernist rejects the dogmatic teaching of "no salvation outside the Church". A Modernist rejects dogmatic teachings of the Church which declares that one can only enter the Church by Water baptism. A Modernist entertains the possibility of human evolution. A Modernist accepts and defends all of Vatican II's teachings. etc.......


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    Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
    « Reply #2 on: December 29, 2010, 08:53:51 AM »
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    A Modernist is someone who has adopted the Freemason heretical doctrine that Salvation can be achieved in no matter what religion you are in.


    No, that's a universalist and an indifferentist.

     
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    A Modernist rejects the dogmatic teaching of "no salvation outside the Church".


    No, they say everyone belongs to the Church - you need to better explain their tricks :)

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    A Modernist rejects dogmatic teachings of the Church which declares that one can only enter the Church by Water baptism.


    Many saints have defended the views your Feeneyite sect condemns, and they were not modernists.

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    A Modernist entertains the possibility of human evolution.


    Yes.

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    A Modernist accepts and defends all of Vatican II's teachings. etc.......


    Not always, but usually.

    A modernist, fundamentally, is an agnostic idealist who pretends to be a Christian.

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    Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
    « Reply #3 on: December 30, 2010, 11:10:16 AM »
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  • "The modernist theologian turns to the Jew and says, 'Look, we have removed the stumbling block'; and to the Greek, ' Behold, we have removed the foolishness.'  But, somehow or other, in response to all this tampering with creeds and dogmas, the Jews and the Greeks are not very interested."

    from Radio replies dated 1942

    Very interesting to myself, the date this was said, as if it would be known that a modern council would be called, with so-called popes tampering with creeds and dogmas as stated above.

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    « Reply #4 on: December 30, 2010, 11:30:02 AM »
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    "The modernist theologian turns to the Jew and says, 'Look, we have removed the stumbling block'; and to the Greek, ' Behold, we have removed the foolishness.'  But, somehow or other, in response to all this tampering with creeds and dogmas, the Jews and the Greeks are not very interested."

    from Radio replies dated 1942

    Very interesting to myself, the date this was said, as if it would be known that a modern council would be called, with so-called popes tampering with creeds and dogmas as stated above.


    Myrna, which volume and page of Radio Replies?


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    Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
    « Reply #5 on: December 30, 2010, 04:23:27 PM »
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    "The modernist theologian turns to the Jew and says, 'Look, we have removed the stumbling block'; and to the Greek, ' Behold, we have removed the foolishness.'  But, somehow or other, in response to all this tampering with creeds and dogmas, the Jews and the Greeks are not very interested."

    from Radio replies dated 1942

    Very interesting to myself, the date this was said, as if it would be known that a modern council would be called, with so-called popes tampering with creeds and dogmas as stated above.


    Myrna, which volume and page of Radio Replies?


    Volume 3, page 132 item: 536

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    « Reply #6 on: December 30, 2010, 05:39:58 PM »
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    "The modernist theologian turns to the Jew and says, 'Look, we have removed the stumbling block'; and to the Greek, ' Behold, we have removed the foolishness.'  But, somehow or other, in response to all this tampering with creeds and dogmas, the Jews and the Greeks are not very interested."

    from Radio replies dated 1942

    Very interesting to myself, the date this was said, as if it would be known that a modern council would be called, with so-called popes tampering with creeds and dogmas as stated above.


    Myrna, which volume and page of Radio Replies?


    Volume 3, page 132 item: 536


    Many thanks Myrna! :smile:

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    Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
    « Reply #7 on: December 31, 2010, 12:52:00 AM »
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  • Is Radio Replies Fr. Coughlin?

    Is this a book of a Catholic radio show?


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    « Reply #8 on: December 31, 2010, 08:52:46 AM »
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    Is Radio Replies Fr. Coughlin?

    Is this a book of a Catholic radio show?


    From the back cover of volume 3:

    Radio Replies are questions and answers about the Catholic faith compiled and published by the famous radio priests, Fathers Rumble and Carty.  Father Rumble broadcast from Sydney, Australia, and Father Carty from St. Paul, Minnesota.  The questions printed here were sent in by the many listeners of these intrepid priests, who answered them over the air.  Later, they assembled into these three volumes their best questions and answers about the Catholic faith.  That work now comprises a unique body of apologetics.  The immense popularity of these books is due in no part to the direct and succinct style of their answers, plus the prodigious learning these men display.  Containing some 4,374 questions and answers, these books provide hours of stimulating, informative reading on virtually every subject relating to the Church, and being fully indexed, they readily serve as a wonderful source of reference about the Faith. Further, these writings like none other, impart an immediacy and a crusading spirit, which convey to the reader a warmth and and a love and zeal for our holy religion.  

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    « Reply #9 on: December 31, 2010, 08:57:38 AM »
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  • From Ref. Dr. Leslie Rumble, MSC
    and Rev. Charles Mortimer CartyGiven from the Catholic Broadcasting Station, Sydney, Australia;  Way befoe you were born, I feel

    Every Catholic should get these three volumn books, you can google them and buy them online. My parents always had them in their home, they cover everything in question and answer form.  Excellent and easy to read.  

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    Video: "Whats a Modernist?"
    « Reply #10 on: January 01, 2011, 01:13:20 AM »
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  • Excellent! I may check them out.


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    « Reply #11 on: January 01, 2011, 09:13:44 PM »
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  • A Modernist rejects the already established infallible teaching of the Church that ONLY through the sacrament of water baptism can a person enter God's Church.

    A Modernist accepts the false heretical belief of Baptism of Desire and Baptism of Blood.

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    « Reply #12 on: January 01, 2011, 09:54:04 PM »
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    A Modernist rejects the already established infallible teaching of the Church that ONLY through the sacrament of water baptism can a person enter God's Church

    A Modernist accepts the false heretical belief of Baptism of Desire and Baptism of Blood.


    Was St. Thomas Aquinas a modernist?

    Making your post bold doesn't make what you say relevant to how one defines modernism.  

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    Was St. Thomas Aquinas a modernist?
     


    Aquinas was simply wrong on BoD, just as he was wrong when he claimed that the blessed virgin Mary was not born of immaculate conception.

    Ofcourse, if the Church had dogmatically declared  Water Baptism and the teaching on the Immaculate Conception before Aquinas made those comments, then obviously Aquinas would have rejected BoD and accepted the Church's teaching on the Immaculate Conception.

    Today we have the infallible dogmatic teaching of the Church which says that ONLY through water baptism can a person receive the gift of salvation. Therefore all Catholics must accept this teaching or else be anathema as Trent had stated.

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    « Reply #14 on: January 02, 2011, 03:59:29 AM »
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    Making your post bold doesn't make what you say relevant to how one defines modernism.  


    True Tele, but it does make it possible for a middle aged woman to read first thing in the morning. :rolleyes:

     

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