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There are tons of public schools where teachers are sɛҳuąƖly abusing their students. 
There is also make teachers abusing male students and female teachers abusing female students.  Where is the national media coverage?  Now there is legalized sɛҳuąƖ grooming of children in New Jersey and California. 
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Catholic Living in the Modern World / Re: Probabilism?
« Last post by SeanJohnson on Today at 11:54:40 AM »
How does probabilism play into decision making? This worries me since I think material heretics are probably outside the Church and I think most people at any Catholic Church are probably at least material heretics.

I’m not sure I understand the question, as moral systems pertain to the permissibility/prohibition of human acts (ie.,  am I, or am I not, at liberty to commit this act), not doctrinal opinions.

But it seems like you are trying to decide whether or not a moral system permits or precludes you from holding a theological opinion.  In this regard, moral systems have no bearing: You are free to hold whatever opinion you want, so long as the Church has not pronounced upon a matter and your opinion does not explicitly or implicitly contradict anything of faith.

As an aside, you omit to distinguish between covert and public material heretics.  Most theologians say the former are not excluded from the Church, but that the latter are.
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Crisis in the Church / Re: Do you believe Canonizations are Infallible?
« Last post by forlorn on Today at 11:40:55 AM »
It’s hilarious to watch the sedes froth in defense of conciliar canonizations (performed by men whom they claim aren’t Catholic).

Then they perform all kinds of mental gymnastics to avoid realizing these conanizations are different than preconciliar canonizations (both in process and, more importantly, in the very conception of sanctity).

Finally, the cherry of hypocrisy:  Quoting all sorts of preconciliar sources to back the infallibility (dogmatic fact) of conanizations, but completely ignoring them in regard to the popes.

And they accuse R&R of “Pope sifting.”
How about “saint sifting?”

Ps: Cajetan and St. Augustine of Ancona rejected they infallibility of even real canonizations.  I doubt any of the great theologians would accept the infallibility of today’s dubious conanizations.
Good to know. Guess we'll just refer to St. Peter as Good Ol' Petey from now on, just in case. The first pope could be in Hell for all we know. 
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LOL, the 29 percent against Le Pen's party are the immigrants.
It's probably much more than that. I'm guessing some of the immigrants want to close the door behind them. 
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The bishops, cardinals and bergolio need to be rebuked. 
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These very same bishops are the ones who helped finance Bıdin and voted for him using donations intended for the poor.  If they rebuke Bozo it is only because people are leaving the novus Ordo.  These bishops allowed jimmie Martin and none on bus Simone Campbell perform and promote liberalism for public democratic convention. Silence.  No word from bishops or cardinals. Most bishops and cardinals are in a state of mortal sin.  They are silent when they Protect priests who rape children.  They are liars and hypocrites. They are very vocal and nasty when they persecuted Catholics school boys who were harassed by the left.  They are very vocal when persecute holy priests.  

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Crisis in the Church / Re: Do you believe Canonizations are Infallible?
« Last post by Stubborn on Today at 10:58:32 AM »
What did he say that was heretical here?
Not one single thing.

Lad's rebuke of MarylandTrad is reminiscent of the NO hierarchy's expelling of priests from their rectories in the 60s and 70s because the Church authorities of the day used pretty much the same language on the good priests who chose to remain faithful, which was and still is contrary to NO authority. 

It's really as simple as MarylandTrad explained - V1 defined when the pope is infallible and canonizations were not included.   
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Catholic Living in the Modern World / Probabilism?
« Last post by Cryptinox on Today at 10:54:14 AM »
How does probabilism play into decision making? This worries me since I think material heretics are probably outside the Church and I think most people at any Catholic Church are probably at least material heretics. 
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Gullibility seems to be on the rise.
"Gullibility" is very convenient if one gets what they want, divorce (annulments) , contraception (NFP),  "gαy lifestyle, co-habitation, no confession...... The Novus Ordo is all about doing what you like and being affirmed in it by its faux clergy.
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