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Diametrically Opposed
« on: May 20, 2019, 11:57:05 PM »
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  • Archbishop Lefebvre has already rejected the "hermeneutics of continuity" promoted by Father Lorans and Bishop Fellay
    Publication of August 20, 2009
    The doctrinal discussions of Dubia of October 1985 with Ratzinger. 
    Archbishop Lefebvre opposed to Bishop Gherardini, the Ratzinguerian theoretician of the "continuity" theory of Vatican II promoted by the abbots Barthe (formerly FSSPX and friend of Ratzinger) and Lorans (FSSPX), leading members of the GREC pharmacy for the rallying of the SSPX to modernist Rome, the conciliar theologian distils the sophism of the "decreasing validity from one document to another" in Vatican II. From now on, a teaching of the Church can be "valid" but according to a "degree of validity" (sic). Bishop Fellay had already served us the imposture of the "probable priesthood" and "sacramental probabilism"now a theologian of Ratzinger-Benedict XVI , a theologian pushed forward by the camarilla of the infiltrators, has just invented the intellectual aberration of the Vatican graduated according to "degrees of validity"! And Father Barthe outbid with the farce of the "unfinished Magisterium" and "drafts of infallible doctrine". Who are we laughing at ? 
    Interesting reflections of Father Zins reminiscent of Dubia's text of Archbishop Lefebvre and previous doctrinal discussions in which Archbishop Lefebvre rejected Ratzinger's "theory of continuity" and that the small camarilla of infiltrators of the FSSPX, covered by his authority by Bishop Fellay, is trying to do today to make accept as the "hermeneutics of continuity" of Vatican II.
    [1] Text of Archbishop Lefebvre's Dubia on Masonic Religious Freedom defined at Vatican II - Read the textDownload as PDF 

     


     

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