Pope John XXIII who gave us Vatican Council II which is traditionalist and in agreement with the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus and the Syllabus of Errors is to be declared a saint on April 27,2014.Also to be made a saint along with him is Pope John Paul II who affirmed Vatican Council II when he travelled to New Delhi, India and urged the Hindus and peoples of that country and in Asia to accept Jesus and to convert into the Catholic Church for salvation.
John Paul II was a missionary at the inter faith meeting in Assisi in 1986.He knew the Council initiated by Pope John XXIII was saying it is not enough to believe in Jesus,it is also needed to be a visible member of the Catholic Church with faith and baptism. He reiterated this in Dominus Iesus 20 and the Notification on the dissident Jesuit Fr.Jacques Dupuis, whose views are being echoed by Pope Francis, perhaps due to political necessity, the survival of the Vatican in its present form. Since the leftist society is making Judeo-Christian morality criminal and want an ecumenism and inter religious dialogue lead to a one world compromised religion.
Neither did Pope John Paul II or Pope John XXIII ever say that there were known exceptions to all needing faith and baptism for salvation. Neither did they ever state that being saved in invincible ignorance or implicit faith are known exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus or the Syllabus of Errors. For Pope Francis there are known exceptions in Vatican Council II to the traditional teaching on faith and morals, as if he could name these cases in real life.
So Vatican Council II does not contradict the traditionalist ecclesiology , nor teachings on other religions and Christian communities and churches.
Christians need Catholic Faith for salvation(AG 7,LG 14). They need the Sacraments, the faith and moral teachings, the Catholic interpretation of Scripture and acceptance of the Vicar of Christ, the pope.While non Christians ( Hindus, Jews, Muslims etc) need Catholic Faith and the baptism of water for salvation.
This is contrary to the understanding of Vatican Council II according to the Freemasons, the Jesuits,Cardinal Richard Cushing's visible-dead theory and the Jewish Left media.
The Jewish Left has opposed the canonization of Pope Pius XII on April 27.
Like the other two popes, Pius XII supported Fr.Leonard Feeney on doctrine when he mentioned 'the dogma', the 'infallible teaching' (Letter of the Holy Office 1949) which does not mention any exceptions, known or unknown and is supported by Vatican Council II (AG 7,LG 14).
Also Pope Pius XII in Mystici Corporis or the Letter of the Holy Office addressed to the Archbishop of Boston who was rejecting a defined dogma, never contradicted Vatican Council II. Pius XII did not claim that those saved in invincible ignorance and the baptism of desire are known exceptions to the literal interpretation of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus, according to Tradition, as it was known for centuries to the popes, Councils, saints and to Fr.Leonard Feeney.His excommunication for disobedience was lifted without him having to recant his traditional interpretation of the dogma supported by the Council.
According to a media report Pope John XXIII's canonisation is welcomed by the liberals. It is not mentioned that the liberals interpret Vatican Council II with the false premise of being able to see the dead, who are exceptions to the dogma on salvationa and the Syllabus of Errors. They use Cushingism which alleges those saved in invincible ignorance (LG 16) etc are visible to us on earth in the present time, as if we can name them. It is with this irrationality that Pope Francis also interprets the Council and other magisterial texts. So for him there are known cases of persons saved in atheism, there is a theology of religions since there are known exceptions outside the visible limits of the Church, there is a rejection of 'triumphalism' since the defined dogma on salvation has been replaced by a Cushing-Vatican Council II and the 'political ideology' of the Traditional Latin Mass is rejected since it does not account for the change in the Church which has come, with an irrational and heretical interpretation of Vatican Council., when a rational choice is available-Lionel Andrades