Sunday, September 14, 2014

Their father was removed from Boston College when the President Fr.Keleher used an irrationality to interpret extra ecclesiam nulla salus

grouponstageii.gifBr. Francis Maluf, M.I.C.M.

Bro.Francis (Dr.Maluf) was dismissed as a professor at Boston College since the President was in heresy and wanted all  professors to accept an irrationality in  in interpretation  of  extra ecclesiam nulla  salus, now known as the  Cushingism version.

None of them  at  that time knew of  any exceptions  to  the traditional    interpretation  of extra   ecclesiam nulla salus  yet   Dr.Maluf   was  being  forced  to say   that there   were  exceptions to keep his job. In other words  he   had to  say that he  knew of   cases   saved  with the baptism   of    desire i.e  deceased    were   visible   exceptions to all  needing to  enter  the  Church  for salvation. These deceased  who  are   dead   and   invisible  for us on earth  were   supposed   to   be  exceptions.This was  the  new doctrine at  Boston  College.

This  was heresy.It was also some new fantasy.
Bro.Francis'  daughters  are religious   with the community Slaves of the Immaculate Heart  of Mary, Richmond,N.H,USA. They reject the Cushingism version of extra ecclesiam nulla   salus.

Cushingism has now been incorporated in magisterial  documents  and  is  used  in the interpretation   of Vatican  Council  II. So  a  Vatican  Council II which  is  pastoral  is  in  conflict  with  the dogma  extra  ecclesiam  nulla  slaus.
-Lionel  Andrades

SEPTEMBER 13, 2014

Boston College used an irrational premise to remove Catholic professors including Dr.Maluf whose daughters are American religious sisters

Franciscans of the Immaculate accepted the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 and the Cushingite version of Vatican Council II

I would read the  magazine Il Settimanale di Padre Pio regularly every week published by the Franciscans of the Immaculate. I miss it now. There was a good article on extra ecclesiam nulla salus  by Corrado Gnerre.

The Franciscans of the Immaculate had translated a book in Italian of Fr.William Most, whose apologetics otherwise is  good.There was a  specific error in that book. They finally stopped distributing it.

The Franciscans of the Immaculate  would not affirm 'the Feeneyite' version of extra ecclesiam nulla salus since they were afraid of the authorities at the Vicariate and the Vatican and believed they should be faithful to the magisterium.The priests were told not to say anything controversial.

Fr.William Most like the Franciscans of the Immaculate accepted the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 .The Letter considers the baptism of desire etc as being exceptions to all needing the baptism of water for salvation in the present times. It considers the baptism of desire a replacement for the baptism of water.Here is the error. It is implying that a hypothetical, theoretical case is an explicit ,defacto exception to all needing to be formal members of the Catholic Church.

It infers that  the dead now saved in Heaven are living on earth and we can allegedly see them for them to be exceptions or subsititutes.
This error has permeated other magisterial documents and the Franciscans of the Immaculate accepted this.
This error would be repeated in Redemptoris Missio(N.10 is contradicted by 28 etc.Issued in1990), Balamand Declaration(N.30, June 1993), Catechism of the Catholic Church (1257.Issued in1994 ), Dominus Iesus(1 is contradicted by 2 etc. 2000),  Christianity and the World Religions (N.10 and 67.(1997)International Theological Commission) and The Hope of Infants who die without being baptised (N.59 etc (April 20.2007) International Theological Commission ).
Without this irrationality (visible dead exceptions) Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church is Feeneyite. This was not known to them in their analysis of Vatican Council II at conferences.-Lionel Andrades