Thursday, April 20, 2017

Riccardo Cascioli could ask Pope Benedict XVI these five questions : dubbia on moral and salvation theology

The Lay Conference in Rome on Saturday organized by La Nuova Bussola Quotidiana and Il Timone whose director is Riccardo Cascioli, could ask Pope Benedict these five questions.
1.Cushingism as a philosophy ( invisible cases are physically visible, invisible baptism of desire is visible) and Cushingism as a theology( physically visible cases of the baptism of desire are explicit exceptions to the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus,so there is salvation outside the Catholic Church) is approved and is official?
2. Vatican Council II can be interpreted with the theology of Cushingism instead of Feeneyism ( invisible cases are physically invisible, invisible baptism of desire is not visible).So the Council emerges as a rupture with Tradition, in particular the dogma extra ecclesiam nulla salus ( Feeneyite); as it was known in the 16th century ?
3.In principle, philosophical subjectivism can be used in the  interpretation of salvation (invisible cases of the baptism of desire can be detected) and morals ( Catholics in manifest mortal sin are given the Eucharists in exceptional cases since it can be judged) ?
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4. Since it is assumed that there is known salvation outside the visible boundaries of the Church the new  ecumenism and a Christian Theology of Religious Pluralism can be accepted ?
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5. Vatican Council II and the Catechism of the Catholic Church (n.846) can be interpreted with Feeneyism ( invisible cases are invisible,they are not physically seen; the baptism of desire is invisible.It  cannot be an exception to the dogma EENS.So CCC 846 does not contradict Feeneyite extra ecclesiam nulla salus).Then there is no salvation outside the Church as it was known to the 16th century magisterium and missionaries?-Lionel Andrades

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