Saturday, July 15, 2017
COMMENT ELEISON DXXII (522) - July 15, 2017
ERROR OF MENZINGEN - II
[size][font]Rome says, the crisis of the Church is not such.Menzingen now lives in fantasy alike .
The problem of the June 13 letter of the Headquarters of the St. Pius X Fraternity in Menzingen, Switzerland, which wanted to "make things clear on marriage" after the April 4 Rome proposal to facilitate the integration of The marriages of the Fraternity in the Conciliar structure, is not a small problem of this or that argument or this or that detail.
The problem is the total Conciliar mentality of the clerics who make the proposition .
In the immortal words of one of the three theologians of the Fraternity who, led by Mons. De Galarreta, confronted four Roman "theologians" in the "Theological Discussions" from 2009 to 2011, the four Romans were "mentally ill but they Have authority. " Such is the (objective) "mental illness" that many believing Catholics are tempted to conclude that they have lost all the authority of the Church. Unfortunately, they still at least seem to have it, so in the name of "obedience" they are destroying the Church, whatever God knows, their good subjective intentions.
So the first important part of Menzingen's Marriage Letter (see last week's "Commentaries") argued that the April 4 Rome proposition was simply to re-align the Fraternity marriages with the old Reasonable practice of the Church since the Council of Trent. Yes, Menzingen, but what is reasonable law worth when applied by "mentally ill" administrators?
A deep scholastic axiom says, "That which is received is received in the manner of the receiver." The Tradition, which is in its right mind, in the hands of (objectively) insane clerics, is exposed to become insane. For example, in the third part of the Letter , Menzingen states that making the marriages of the Fraternity official will make them safer. Did they say insurance? When are current Church officials virtually turning official cancellations into "Catholic divorce"?
The second main part of the Charter raises eight main objections to the Rome proposal in order to refute them. The essence of most objections is that, in context , accepting the proposition of Rome means to agree with the Conciliar betrayal of the Faith: with the Conciliar theory and practice of marriage (1, 2), with the Conciliar condemnation of The previous FSSP marriages (3), with the new Code of Canon Law (, etc. Menzingen's response is that simply taken by itself , abstracted from its context, the Roman proposition only makes available to the couples of the Fraternity an additional form of marriage in harmony with the official Church. Yes, Menzingen, but how can a marriage be celebrated in real life without a context? And how can any context of the official Church be conciliatory today?
The fifth objection is a classic example of the reasoning of the city of clouds and cucus that separates the inseparable: to the objection that when Rome is facilitating access to the official marriages of the Fraternity, it is only the cheese of the Personal prelature mousetrap, Menzingen replies that " in itself " cheese is just cheese! Menzingen even acknowledges that the same Rome proposition mentions that it is a step forward for the eventual "institutional regularization" of the Fraternity, in other words, that cheese is objectively part of a trap. Menzingen's answer is that in order to evade such traps, the Fraternity would have to cut off all contact with Roman officials, which Monsignor Lefebvre said in 1975 he would never do.
Yes, Menzingen, but that was before another 13 years of contacts and negotiations with the Romans proved to the Archbishop that they had no real intentions to take care of the Tradition. Then and only then did he consecrate four bishops to take care of the Tradition (as they did until 2012), but he never refused to have future contacts with the Romans. He only said that henceforth , doctrine should precede diplomacy, so contacts could be resumed when the Romans returned to the great papal condemnations of liberalism and modernism. And since 1988? Menzingen claims that Rome has changed for the better, so the trap is no longer a trap! Oh Menzingen!
You have contracted the mental illness of the Romans!
[size][font]published by Non Possumus en 11:51