Monday, September 22, 2014

St.Thomas Aquinas Seminary of the SSPX does not list Salvation in the tags.

The  St.Thomas Aquinas Seminary of the Society of St.Pius X (SSPX) has a list of tags on its website but the all important one on SALVATION is not mentioned.Since there is confusion and disagreement on this subject. Doctrine-wise there is no unanimity on this subject, there cannot be, since the SSPX uses an irrational premise, like the liberals, in the interpretation of magisterial texts related to salvation.
The website says filter news by tags and omits the word salvation.
For instance the SSPX General Chapter has affirmed extra ecclesiam nulla salus and stated that there are no exceptions.
However the books sold by the SSPX imply that there are known exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.They picked up this error from the Letter of the Holy Office 1949 and so it is there in the books of Fr.Francois Laisney, Mons. Joseph Clifford Fenton, Fr.Michael Mueller and on the SSPX websites with reference to 'Feeneyism'.
In his last Letter to Friends and Benefactors Bishop Fellay inferred that those non Catholics now saved without the baptism of water(NA 2,LG 8 etc) and who are now in Heaven are visible and they are visible exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus.LG 8 and NA 2 the bishop assumed, referred to  physically visible-to-us cases in 2014.So they were explicit exceptions to all needing to convert into the Church.  This is the confusion at the St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary and it is shown in the tags. Salvation is such an important subject and it is not listed in the tags.1
This is similar to the liberal Catholic websites, the modernists, they omit 'salvation' from the tags.
-Lionel  Andrades


Muller-Fellay Meeting: Fellay will want Muller to reject Vatican Council II ( with this irrational premise ) and Muller will want Fellay to accept Vatican Council II ( unaware of the irrational premise)

Cardinal Muller and Bishop Fellay  meet and both will have have accepted a theology of non Catholics saved without the baptism of water even though no such case of a non Catholic  exists or is known in our present times.This is a dead end theology. There is no such living case and the theology suggests there is.
The result is that Bishop Fellay will want Cardinal Muller to reject Vatican Council II ( with this irrational premise of the dead being visible ) and Cardinal Muller will want Bishop Fellay to accept Vatican Council II ( unaware of the irrational premise of these dead-saved being exceptions to extra ecclesiam nulla salus).
The trouble started when the Letter of the Holy Ofice 1949 assumed hypothetical cases of the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance were defacto, seen in the flesh cases. So they became exceptions, to all needing Catholic Faith and the baptism of water for salvation.They allegedly discovered someone saved outside the Chruch.Non existent cases were said to be living exceptions to the 'rigorist interpretation' of the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus according to Fr.Leonard Feeney.
The Letter spoke of necessity of means and precept when there was not a single such case known.Probably it was referring to someone with 12 toes and three eyes.
This same irrational theology was used in Vatican Council II and then repeated in the Catechism of the Catholic Church, Redemptoris Missio, Dominus Iesus etc.
Pope Paul VI and Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre accepted this dead man walking and visible theology.The dead man  being saved, now in Heaven, and visible on earth was irrational, no one knew of such a case but this was the general inference since 1949.It is used today by Cardinal Muller and Bishop Fellay.-Lionel Andrades