Monday, May 25, 2015

Prof. Gavin D'Costa is using an irrationality to interpret Vatican Council II. This is unethical.

The University of Bristol is still not telling the truth about the Catholic Church's teachings on other religions according to Vatican Council II.
The text is clear in Vatican Council II. Yet Prof. Gavin D'Costa is using an irrationality to interpret Vatican Council II. This is unethical.
The University is aware of it. Since it is politically correct with the Left they are overlooking D'Costa's lie.
He is unable to respond to these blog posts. He  knows he has made a factual mistake regarding Vatican Council II.He is using Apparition Theology based on this objective mistake.He cannot defend his academic papers and talks.
Here are two programs at the University of Bristol according to the university website.
25 November 2014: David Marshall, Professor, Duke University. ‘Approaching the other’s text: reflections on writing an introduction to the Qur’an for Christian readers.’
Chair: Gavin D’Costa
10 February 2015: Debate: ‘Muslim-Catholic Relations since Paul VI: The Legacy of Ecclesiam Suam and Vatican II.’
Mustafa Baig, Research Fellow, Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies, University of Exeter;
Gavin D’Costa, Professor of Catholic Theology, University of Bristol.
Chair: David Leech
-Lionel Andrades

SSPX, MICM and traditionalists are interpreting Vatican Council II according to the Left

What would be the reaction of the Jewish Left if the traditionalists said that Vatican Council II says all Jews and other non Catholics need to convert into the Church to avoid Hell and there is no ambiguity in the Council ?
Possibly they would declare Vatican Council II as being anti-Semitic and criminal !
Vatican Council II (AG 7, LG 14) does say all need faith and baptism and Vatican Council II does not say that LG 16,LG 8, UR 3, NA 2 etc refer to known exceptions to AG 7 and LG 14 in the present times.No where does the Council say that LG 16 etc refers to known exceptions in the present times to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus. For there to be an exception it would have to be known in the present times.
Yet this is not how the SSPX and  MICM interpret Vatican Council II. They infer that LG 16 is an exception.The text does not say it. It has to be implied.The Left implies it. So do the traditionalists.Check the sedevacantists websites. It is the same mistake there too.
They interpret Vatican Council II similar to the Jewish Left.They are liberals on Vatican Council II.
Since for them LG 16 etc refers to known exceptions in the present times to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus.This is the theology used by the liberals and it is approved by the ADL etc.
The SSPX and the MICM are using the same Cardinal Francesco Marchetti Selvaggiani theology as the Vatican.It is approved by liberal rabbis.
If they did not assume LG 16 etc referred to known cases in the present times, they would be accused of various crimes under  laws placed all over the world by the Jewish Left.This includes Italy.
The SSPX and MICM are not saying that every one needs to be a card carrying member of the Catholic Church according to Vatican Council II. Nor will they say that the Council affirms the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus with no ambiguity and all in 2015 need to have their names on the parish baptism register to go to Heaven and avoid Hell.
They are avoiding tension with the Vatican and the Jewish Left which misuses the anti Semitic and other laws.
-Lionel Andrades
Every one needs to be a card carrying member of the Catholic Church today for salvation

Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary liberalism: same as Cardinal Walter Kaspar
Compartmentalise your thinking on the baptism of desire and blood with the dogma

Can you look at this issue without the models used by the SSPX and the MICM ?

CM,SSPX,MICM deny the Faith to please superiors

Prof. Roberto de Mattei also uses apparition theology
Any one who says that the baptism of desire and being saved in invincible ignorance are linked to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus is a liberal

Questions and Answers : Vatican Council II affirms the Social Kingship of Christ the King

Questions and Answers : Evangelizing with Vatican Council II

Questions and Answers : Vatican Council II is Feeneyite. It has an exclusivist ecclesiology

Humility, by Saint John of Avila

Posted by Tantumblogo
Of the souls named Doctor of the Church in the past few years, or proposed to be named as such, John of Avila is to my mind by far the most worthy. No offense to St. Hildegard and Gregory of Narek, but to me, Juan de Avila’s works and influence extend far beyond theirs.
Unfortunately, this great Saint is not too widely known in the Anglosphere. There is a book I’m reading containing some of his letters that goes some ways to dispelling that unfortunate reality. This book is even better, but neither receives quite the traditional translation/interpretation I’d prefer. But, they are a good start.
From the first book, Finding Confidence in Times of Trial, St. John first divides humility into five different grades, and then into 12 degrees. The two different divisions could be viewed as building one on the other. The excerpt below is not long, but I think will provide much fruit for meditation. I tell you, I do think blogging and humility are not very conducive to each other:
Five Grades of Humility
The first grade is that, recognizing his own baseness, a man should treat his own will with contempt
The second is outwardly to show this self-contempt both in dress and manners, and by choosing work of a mean and servile character
The third is to be patient when despised by others.
The fourth is to rejoice in being despised.
The fifth is to desire with the whole heart to be despised by others [I think this is how the early martyrs heaped coals of fire on the heads of their Roman persecutors and worked such enormous miracles of conversion. Their incredible cooperation with Grace and suffering probably powered the subsequent conversion of Empire and Europe to a large degree. We may be blessed to have a similar opportunity! Are we ready?!?]
Twelve Other Degrees of Humility
The first degree is the fear of God
The second is to deny our own will
The third is obedience
The fourth is patience
The fifth is the confession of sins
The sixth is contempt of oneself
The seventh is to prefer others to self, esteeming them more highly
The eighth is to avoid singularity in outward things
The ninth is to be silent unless spoken to
The tenth is not to be prompt to laughter
The eleventh is to speak little and with gravity
The twelfth is to prefer a low estate and occupation
These lists were compiled for consecrated religious, whose existence and correspondence with humility is different from those with lay vocations, but nevertheless, I think the guidance is just right.
Humility is one of those great, forgotten virtues, but it is absolutely vital. Humility leads to self-denial, which leads to charity, which leads to sanctity, which leads to Grace and salvation. Humility really precedes all. And yet, as I said, I am quite convinced blogging is probably fairly opposed to its right practice.
That is why your prayers are so appreciated. God bless you all!
Image of St. John of Avila
The Apostle of Andalusia and the spiritual advisor of St. Teresa, St. Francis Borgia, St. John of the Cross, St. Peter of Alcantara, and others. He was born on January 6, 1499, at Almodovar del Campo, Spain. After studying law at the University of Salamanca, he left the university to be a hermit. He then went to Alcala, where he was ordained. John drew great crowds with his fiery denunciations of evil and his many sermons. A brief imprisonment by the Inquisition in Seville made him even more popular. His missionary efforts were centered on Andalusia, and his letters and other writings have become Spanish classics. John was canonized in 1970.