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Traditional Catholic Faith => Crisis in the Church => Topic started by: Belloc on June 28, 2010, 11:38:01 AM

Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Belloc on June 28, 2010, 11:38:01 AM
"The faith as such is always the same. Hence the Catechism of Saint Pius X always preserves its value. Whereas ways of transmitting the contents of the faith can change instead. And hence one may wonder whether the Catechism of Saint Pius X can in that sense still be considered valid today."
-Benedict 16th   http://www.30giorni.it/us/articolo.asp?id=775

so it has value, but maybe no valid??? do what???????

playing both sides? confused? double minded??
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Belloc on June 28, 2010, 11:39:46 AM
anyone?
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Telesphorus on June 28, 2010, 11:56:51 AM
Modernist circumlocution.


 
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Cristian on June 28, 2010, 12:06:15 PM
Quote from: Telesphorus
Modernist circumlocution.


 


Agreed
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Belloc on June 28, 2010, 12:06:58 PM
Quote from: Telesphorus
Modernist circumlocution.


 


Likely would agree, but could you explain a bit more what circumlocution is ..
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: RomanCatholic1953 on June 28, 2010, 12:11:03 PM
Quote from: Belloc
Quote from: Telesphorus
Modernist circumlocution.


 


Likely would agree, but could you explain a bit more what circumlocution is ..


Circumlocution
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Circumlocution (also called periphrasis, circumduction, circumvolution, periphrase, or ambage[1]) is an ambiguous or roundabout figure of speech. In its most basic form, circumlocution is using many words (such as "a tool used for cutting things such as paper and hair") to describe something simple ("scissors"). In this sense, the vast majority of definitions found in dictionaries are circumlocutory.

Circumlocution is often used by aphasics and people learning a new language, where in the absence of a word (such as "abuelo" [grandfather]) the subject can simply be described ("el padre de su padre" [the father of one's father]). It is also used frequently in Basic English, a constructed dialect of non-regional English.

Circumlocution has numerous other uses, under whose circumstances other terms are used.
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Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Belloc on June 28, 2010, 12:14:53 PM
gotcha!
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: RomanCatholic1953 on June 28, 2010, 12:25:02 PM
Quote from: RomanCatholic1953
Quote from: Belloc
Quote from: Telesphorus
Modernist circumlocution.


 


Likely would agree, but could you explain a bit more what circumlocution is ..


Circumlocution
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Circumlocution (also called periphrasis, circumduction, circumvolution, periphrase, or ambage[1]) is an ambiguous or roundabout figure of speech. In its most basic form, circumlocution is using many words (such as "a tool used for cutting things such as paper and hair") to describe something simple ("scissors"). In this sense, the vast majority of definitions found in dictionaries are circumlocutory.

Circumlocution is often used by aphasics and people learning a new language, where in the absence of a word (such as "abuelo" [grandfather]) the subject can simply be described ("el padre de su padre" [the father of one's father]). It is also used frequently in Basic English, a constructed dialect of non-regional English.

Circumlocution has numerous other uses, under whose circumstances other terms are used.
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In simple English, to hide, and deny a truth through a
play of ambiguous words, and phrases.
We can use the word Heresy.
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: Belloc on June 28, 2010, 12:25:51 PM
double minded in all his ways....
Title: what the Hell is he saying??
Post by: RomanCatholic1953 on June 28, 2010, 07:10:02 PM
Quote from: Belloc
double minded in all his ways....


Agreed, in more simple English.