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re:  The Church informs us that we are not even supposed to go around stating someone, other than perhaps Judas and, of course, the fallen angels, are in hell.

That keeps being repeated by people in the Novus Ordo, but there is no such teaching. Everyone who dies outside of the Church is in hell.


The Sacred Congregation of the Propagation of the Faith, under Pope St. Pius X, in 1907, in answer to a question as to whether Confucius could have been saved, wrote:



“It is not allowed to affirm that Confucius was saved. Christians, when interrogated, must answer that those who die as infidels are damned”.




Moreover, Putin is no different than all baptized heretics, he is a heretic and outside of the Church where there is no sanctifying grace. Putin is no different than Billy Graham or any other "conservative Christian, ALL on the road to hell.

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You were right about the drain myth, mea culpa.

Michelson-Morley

You should read the entire link on them. You sited a single failed experiment conducted by two scientist.  The article elaborates on the things they did not take into account. Their calculations were corrected and was conducted repeatedly by other scientists.  A single failed experiment doesn't disprove the Coriolis Effect.

If the Coriolis Effect can accurately measure and predicts the different directions of winds on various latitudes, long range sniper shots, etc... why are we saying that it doesn't exist.  The people who are educated to use the equations understands how it works.  If the math is provable and solid, and you can truly replicate the results, how can you say it doesn't exist?
By providing something with greater explanatory power, explanatory scope, and less "ad hocness"
Don't hold your breath...
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The Church informs us that we are not even supposed to go around stating someone, other than perhaps Judas and, of course, the fallen angels, are in hell.

As far as I can ascertain Putin received a valid baptism, one recognized for its validity by the Roman Catholic Church.  As I think we all know, sanctifying grace is gained by baptism and only lost by mortal sin.
re:  The Church informs us that we are not even supposed to go around stating someone, other than perhaps Judas and, of course, the fallen angels, are in hell.

That keeps being repeated by people in the Novus Ordo, but there is no such teaching. Everyone who dies outside of the Church is in hell.


The Sacred Congregation of the Propagation of the Faith, under Pope St. Pius X, in 1907, in answer to a question as to whether Confucius could have been saved, wrote:



“It is not allowed to affirm that Confucius was saved. Christians, when interrogated, must answer that those who die as infidels are damned”.




Moreover, Putin is no different than all baptized heretics, he is a heretic and outside of the Church where there is no sanctifying grace. Putin is no different than Billy Graham or any other "conservative Christian, ALL on the road to hell.

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Crisis in the Church / Re: I am considering sedevacantism
« Last post by DZ PLEASE on Today at 09:32:16 PM »
What on Earth does that have to do with Pope Pius XII??
Maybe let her take a breath. This thread could give the impression of her being cornered, which makes people emotional/desperate, which makes people stupid.

And no ma'am, I"m not calling you stupid, I'm calling you human.
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Crisis in the Church / Re: I am considering sedevacantism
« Last post by DZ PLEASE on Today at 09:29:29 PM »
I will wait for the definition of manifest heretic.

However, the future Pope Pius XII, as Msgr. Pacelli, was a canon lawyer who helped to change and codify all the Holy Canons, which were written by the Holy Fathers in Ecumenical Councils. These Holy Canons, which had anathemas attached to them, should have never been touched.

I am referring to the Code of Canon Law of 1917. New Vatican II canon lawyers have rewritten and codified this Code of 1917 in 1983, and are now preparing yet another codification. How many times will these canon laws be changed?

Do you see how nefarious this is?

All the Holy Traditions are being attacked by these modernists.
Ma'am, human law is neither divine nor eternal law. You're juggling too many balls ma'am.

The very axiom "necessity makes licit" of itself evidences this. We can never murder.
Under ordinary circumstances, the laity aren't to fondle the Blessed Sacrament.

However, if there is a danger of greater profanation, then "necessity makes licit"

This isn't meant to be an excuse to "do our own thing", but merely to illustrate principle.
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Long video but not TOO long. Second half is even better.
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In FE model, there is no Coriolis Effect. The Michelson-Morley experiment proved this.
You were right about the drain myth, mea culpa.

Michelson-Morley

You should read the entire link on them. You sited a single failed experiment conducted by two scientist.  The article elaborates on the things they did not take into account. Their calculations were corrected and was conducted repeatedly by other scientists.  A single failed experiment doesn't disprove the Coriolis Effect.

If the Coriolis Effect can accurately measure and predicts the different directions of winds on various latitudes, long range sniper shots, etc... why are we saying that it doesn't exist.  The people who are educated to use the equations understands how it works.  If the math is provable and solid, and you can truly replicate the results, how can you say it doesn't exist?
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Crisis in the Church / Re: I am considering sedevacantism
« Last post by DZ PLEASE on Today at 09:21:25 PM »
Exhibit A^ This is one of the problems with sedevacantism.  :facepalm:
::) Quite an interregnum we're having, isn't it?
" :facepalm:" ," ::)" and insinuations are weak-sauce.

Specify.

Why can't this, for instance, just be unsound reasoning? Why is it specific to Sedevacantism?

Shall we, for example, dissect your posts and then proclaim "These are the problems with anti-Catholicism"?

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OK, since I am talking to myself here... (guess Politics is not the favorite topic or whatever)

Self:

There are so many disturbing things going on AND not going on in the world
What are "we" (Jesus and I) going to do about that?

there is so much to do, so little time and i don't know how to choose. I guess this is a prayer

so anyhow... I like watching Fox News to find out what's going on but sometimes I get stuck on.. watching news rather than doing something about what I see there

so Self...

(since I am talking to myself only here, I guess)

what is priority to Jesus? Furthering the Kingdom. Now, how do I do t hat? we, I mean?
Stop watching that useless, warmongering piece of trash channel.
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Crisis in the Church / Re: I am considering sedevacantism
« Last post by DZ PLEASE on Today at 09:16:45 PM »
It gets very very frustrating when people act as though they have a clue about Catholic teaching on the papacy when in fact they know very little. It is the common teaching of theologians that a pope ceases to be pope if he is a manifest heretic. It is also the  common teaching that a manifest heretic is not a member of the Church and if he was elected pope his election would not be valid.

I could give you many proofs of this being taught, but here is just one example. I use this because it is short and concise:
Thanks for the doc, I appreciate it.
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