Thursday, March 27, 2014

Fr.Joseph Pfieffer of the SSPX 'Resistance' has made the same factual error on line as Bishop Bernard Fellay

27 Q. Can one be saved outside the Catholic, Apostolic and Roman Church?A. No, no one can be saved outside the Catholic, Apostolic Roman Church, just as no one could be saved from the flood outside the Ark of Noah, which was a figure of the Church.-Catechism of Pope Pius X 1905,Rome.
29 Q. But if a man through no fault of his own is outside the Church, can he be saved?A. If he is outside the Church through no fault of his, that is, if he is in good faith, and if he has received Baptism, or at least has the implicit desire of Baptism; and if, moreover, he sincerely seeks the truth and does God’s will as best he can such a man is indeed separated from the body of the Church, but is united to the soul of the Church and consequently is on the way of salvation. -Catechism of Pope Pius X, Rome 1905
Bishop Bernard Fellay, the Superior General of the Society of St.Pius (SSPX) made a doctrinal error by confusing implicit for us baptism of desire as being explicit for us. What is invisible for us he implies is visible in the flesh.
In the Catechism of Pope Pius X 27 Q states no one can be saved outside the Catholic Church. In 29 Q it mentions that a person can be saved under certain conditions with the baptism of desire but does not state that these cases are visible for us.It does not state that 29C contradicts 27 Q and the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. Reason tells us that the baptism of desire can only be hypothetical for us. It is not known defacto, in reality, in personal cases.
Bishop Bernard Fellay has assumed that the baptism of desire is an exception to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus implying that these cases are personally and objectively known. Only if they are objectively known can they be exceptions in the present times.
The SSPX official website  has approved articles on two web pages written by Fr.Francois Laisney and Fr.Joseph Pfieffer ( now SSPX-SOS) with the same objective error. It is assumed that we can physically see cases of the baptism of desire for them to be exceptions to the dogma on exclusive salvation and also to 27 Q of the Catechism of Pope Pius X.It is common knowledge that objectively we cannot see the dead who are in Heaven.
The same error  of the SSPX Superior General has been made by Fr.Joseph Pfieffer of the SSPX-SOS , 'the Resistance' (1)
He is using the Cushing-Jesuit Factual Error to interpret Vatican Council II. So the Council is a break with the past.If he avoided the false premise then Vatican Council II does not contradict the Catechism of Pope Pius X, extra ecclesiam nulla salus and the Syllabus of Errors.Along with Fr.Hewko he criticizes Vatican Council II.(2)     -Lionel Andrades

Fr.Paul Nicholson : At that time it was Archbishop Lefebvre , like Cardinal Burke who was correcting the pope.

Fr.Paul Nicholson has a report on the death anniversary of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre.On his blog he mentions the  excommunication and its natural consequences. He has pulled down two comments of mine with  links to  posts on Eucharist and Mission.
One of the blog posts he removed in the comments section was this one.

Archbishop Lefebvre was correct in rejecting Vatican Council II(Cushingism version): the Magisterium was not aware of the false premise during the excommunication 

However Archbishop Marcel Lefevbvre did not know the exact cause of the irrationality and heresy of Vatican Council II (Cushingism version).
We must say it clearly: such a concept is radically opposed to Catholic dogma. The Church is the one ark of salvation, and we must not be afraid to affirm it. You have often heard it said, “Outside the Church there is no salvation”--a dictum which offends contemporary minds. It is easy to believe that this doctrine is no longer in effect, that it has been dropped. It seems excessively severe...

The doctrine of the Church also recognizes implicit baptism of desire. This consists in doing the will of God. God knows all men and He knows that amongst Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists and in the whole of humanity there are men of good will. They receive the grace of baptism without knowing it, but in an effective way. In this way they become part of the Church.
The error consists in thinking that they are saved by their religion. They are saved in their religion but not by it. There is no Buddhist church in heaven, no Protestant church. This is perhaps hard to accept, but it is the truth. I did not found the Church, but rather Our Lord the Son of God. As priests we must state the truth.-Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre (1)
So what if 'they are saved in their religion'? Is this relevant to the dogma on salvation. Is this an exception ?
Yes it is for Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre and the SSPX bishops and priests!

They have assumed that implicit for us baptism of desire is explicit for us and so is an exception to the dogma on exclusive salvation. It is a fact of life that we cannot see any baptism of desire case in 2014. Objectively we cannot see the dead.
This error was then extended to Vatican Council II. The same error was also made by the liberals.It was overlooked by popes. It was overlooked also by the Prefects and Secretaries of the Congregation for the Doctrine.
Today we have Cardinal Burke and other cardinals correcting Pope Francis on the issue of the divorced and remarried receiving the Eucharist at Mass.At the last Consistery of Cardinals, Cardinal Raymond Burke and many cardinals opposed Cardinal Walter Kaspar, the principal speaker.
Pope Francis supports Cardinal Kaspar.
At that time it was Archbishop Lefebvre , like Cardinal Burke today, who was correcting the pope. 
-Lionel Andrades