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[size={defaultattr}][font={defaultattr}]There is only one purpose for abortion — ending the life of the child. The “life of the mother” situation for abortion is simply bogus.
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I was very surprised that the Alabama bill included this false dilemma. If the mother is ill, you treat her. Sometimes, the best course of treatment is to deliver the baby early -- even very early -- in order to provide the best care for the mother. But the child having a low chance of survival is NOT the same as abortion. It is never necessary to kill the child in order to treat the mother. I believe there is a video from Live Action of a former abortionist explaining this.
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I don't know why this isn't being talked about more. There's a huge difference between allowing a child to pass away naturally inside or outside the womb vs. ripping the baby apart inside the womb and extracting the body piece by piece.
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Crisis in the Church / Re: Pope Francis
« Last post by poche on Today at 12:12:22 AM »
This is an attack on the Traditional Church. Pope Francis wants to break down the few remaining Ramparts that are left in the church after the devastating destruction of Vatican II. This is the Rome that Bishop Fellay and company wants to lead us back to so we can Reconvert these Pillars of  Sycophants, into Pillars of Orthodoxy. Pope Francis appears like he doesn't know what the Catholic Faith is really about. Or he's following the Game Plan of the Alta Vendetta knowingly ! Either way he needs our prayers as well as the church. They say "God" sends us the leaders we deserve. Its amazing , it appears Donald Trump and Pope Francis have pulled a role reversal.
So am I to understand that you object when the Holy Father says that we are not obliged by the Mosaic Law?
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General Discussion / Re: Former R&R blogger
« Last post by Clemens Maria on Yesterday at 11:41:22 PM »
You guys are ridiculous.  Your “private interpretation” of heresy agenda is chaotic and Protestant to the extreme.  Quote me ONE theologian who said that a laymen or any non-Rome authority can label another catholic a heretic, (in the sense of canon law labels, which are the ONLY ones that affect “ipso facto” penalties and all the rest).  

Yes, we are all allowed to “call a spade a spade” and call someone a heretic who speaks error.  But this is not the proper use of the term “heretic”, which when speaking of ecclesiastical penalties and removal of office of a cleric, has a VERY SPECIFIC meaning, which can only be determined by Church process.  

Again, show me one quote where a laymen is allowed to determine heresy, officially.  I’ll wait.
If a layman cannot determine heresy, officially, how do you, a layman, determine that the Conciliar teaching is erroneous and to be avoided, officially?  But if you are not making an official determination of error, why do you accuse me of making an official determination of heresy?  Do you know the meaning of hypocrisy?  But your position is much worse than mine because your position has no support in traditional Catholic theology.  So not only are you not authorized to call what you believe to be the Catholic hierarchy erroneous but you haven't a theological leg to stand on.
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SSPX Resistance News / Being too picky about your Priest
« Last post by Matthew on Yesterday at 11:27:01 PM »
I just received a letter from an individual who spoke about various Resistance priests "not having the Faith". He didn't mention any concrete heresies. The only example he gave?
"Such and such a priest wouldn't allow his sermons to be recorded. I knew that was bad news." and now he's searching (in vain) for a priest according to his own particular opinions and tastes.

Guess what? You were born to be a home-aloner. You are being too picky.

Here is what I wrote back to him:

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The biggest problem with what you said is the bit about various Resistance priests "not having the Faith".

If and when God takes away the Eternal Sacrifice (i.e., no more Masses anywhere), He will A) keep those dark days short "for the sake of the Elect" and B) He will sustain us by His grace.

However, if WE take away the Eternal Sacrifice "before the time" because we're willful, picky, etc. then we're on our own. If we lose the Faith, fall into sin, etc. it will be 100% our fault.

There is nothing against the Faith with making the prudential decision to not record one's sermons. That is not a matter of Faith. That is merely a question of prudence. One can agree or disagree with a priest's prudential decisions, but they are not sufficient reason to "red light" or avoid a priest, much less declare said priest doesn't have the Faith.

If we place burdens upon ourselves, due to stupidity, willful ignorance, apathy, malice, letting our emotions get carried away, etc. we can't expect God to work miracles and send special graces to fix everything up and clean up the mess WE made.
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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Sermons of Archbishop Lefebvre links
« Last post by cosmas on Yesterday at 11:07:15 PM »
Tom is there any way to repost 1 gb at a time? A friend of mine who is pretty good with computers has said that 1 gb would be easier to download. I've tried and it stops at about 46 % Maybe 1 gb at a time until its completed.
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SSPX Resistance News / Re: Pfeifferville is a warlock's lair (re-post)
« Last post by Incredulous on Yesterday at 10:53:47 PM »
We can't know for sure how he got infected. He may also have become infected in a hospital or through sexual intercourse with a woman. We can't say right away that he was homosexual. He may also have been a victim to others who gave him the infection.
May Santiagos Soul rest in peace 😢''

Sadly, your comment means you didn't know him... and/or you're under the spell of his warlock father.
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Health and Nutrition / Re: Friday or not, whats your dinner?
« Last post by poche on Yesterday at 10:52:26 PM »
Today for dinner I had potatoes with a beef chimichanga.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
:farmer: :farmer: :farmer:
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Crisis in the Church / Re: Pope Francis
« Last post by cosmas on Yesterday at 10:48:26 PM »
This is an attack on the Traditional Church. Pope Francis wants to break down the few remaining Ramparts that are left in the church after the devastating destruction of Vatican II. This is the Rome that Bishop Fellay and company wants to lead us back to so we can Reconvert these Pillars of  Sycophants, into Pillars of Orthodoxy. Pope Francis appears like he doesn't know what the Catholic Faith is really about. Or he's following the Game Plan of the Alta Vendetta knowingly ! Either way he needs our prayers as well as the church. They say "God" sends us the leaders we deserve. Its amazing , it appears Donald Trump and Pope Francis have pulled a role reversal. 
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General Discussion / Re: Former R&R blogger
« Last post by Pax Vobis on Yesterday at 09:56:14 PM »

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to refuse internal religious assent to the non-infallible doctrinal decisions of the Holy See is to fail in that submission which Catholics are strictly bound to render to the teaching authority of the Church.
Multiple, multiple theologians have said that V2 requires “religious assent”, which is conditional.  We are allowed to contest and debate those points of novelty.  Doctrine has nothing to do with it.  Any catholic property “submits” to V2, by giving “religious assent” which is so loose and ambiguous that it is almost meaningless (not to mention, this term is less than 100 yrs old).  The bar is quite low. 
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