Tuesday, May 27, 2014

When will the SSPX announce in their chapels that there is a factual error in most of their books?

VaticanoII un dibattito apertoArchbishop Marcel Lefebvre was wrong in assuming that Nostra Aetate 2 ( a ray of the Truth) referred to explicit cases on earth who were exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.
The Society of St. Pius X (SSPX) bishops have wrongly inferred in so many books that salvation mentioned in Vatican Council II is explicit for us, visible in the flesh.
It is a fact of life that we cannot  see the deceased who are saved in invincible ignorance(LG 16), imperfect communion with the Church (UR 3), seeds of the Word (AG 11), elements of sanctification and truth (LG 8) and a ray of the Truth( NA 2).It is objectively wrong for any one to infer that these cases are explicit exceptions to Catholic Tradition.Only if they were visible to us in 2014 could they be exceptions.
In most of the books being sold by the SSPX this is a fundamental error in the interpretation of Vatican Council II  and other magisterial documents (Quanto Conficiamus 1. Mystici Corporis 2 etc).
Books authored by SSPX priests  with this error are being sold  at SSPX chapels. People are not informed that there is an error in these books.This is a major doctrinal crisis in the SSPX and they are not approaching it.
Catholics at SSPX chapels buy these books.Then they assume that Vatican Council II refers to visible cases of salvation and so the Council becomes a break with Tradition.They are not aware that the Council itself does not make this inference in the text.
The wrong inference was made by Archbishop Lefebvre, the SSPX bishops and hundreds of priests. Archbishop Lefebvre and the SSPX bishops also did refer to  the secular-Catholic confessional state distinction in the interpretation of Dignitatis Humanae on Religious Liberty.
Bishop Bernard Fellay , the Superior General of the SSPX in his  last Letter to Friends and Benefactors 3 made the Cushingite Error 4. With the Cushing Confusion he criticized Vatican Council II and the canonisation of the two popes. In his criticism of Vatican Council II in the Letter he assumes there is explicit salvation mentioned in the Council text (NA 2 etc) and that this is a break with Tradition. He was not aware that in assuming there were explicit exceptions to Tradition, in Vatican Council II,  he contradicted the SSPX General Chapter Statement in 2012 which affirmed extra ecclesiam nulla salus  with no exceptions.

Most of the books being sold at the SSPX St.Catherine of Siena chapel in Rome and at their Prioriate in Albano contain the Cushing-Jesuit Factual Error 5. The same books would be available at Rimini,Italy where the SSPX publish their literature and hold conferences.No clarification is issued with respect to so many posts on this blog over a few years making the same point : the deceased-saved are not explicit on earth.So they cannot be exceptions to the traditional teaching on salvation and other religions.
The pro-SSPX participants at a 11 day Roman Forum 7 conference next month are expected to sit through the talks as if all is normal. Cushingism will prevail as usual.It will be expedient and prudent for the speakers not to interpret Vatican Council II in accord with Feeneyism.6
It is dishonest for the SSPX shepherds to keep feeding their sheep with wrong information.
-Lionel Andrades

Quanto Conficiamus of Pope Pius IX does not say that we know the baptism of desire explicitly
SSPX is not following Tradition : Quanto Conficiamur Pope Pius IX problem
SSPX CAN ACCEPT VATICAN COUNCIL II WITH EXTRA ECCLESIAM NULLA SALUS ACCORDING TO FR.LEONARD FEENEY AND NOT RICHARD CUSHINGhttp://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2012/08/sspx-can-accept-vatican-council-ii-in.html#links
CDF would be telling a falsehood,if it continued to promote Cushingism
CDF could soon fault the SSPX for not accepting the Cushing interpretation of Vatican Council II
Examples of the Cushing-Jesuit Factual Error in Vatican Council II
Cardinal Luiz Ladaria S.J and Pope Benedict XVI made a factual error : Analysis