Thursday, July 3, 2014

The Condemnation 65 Points of Lax Morality of Jesuitism


[While it is easy to find references to the condemnations Jansenism, and justly so, few remember there were errors on both sides of the argument. The Jesuits were falling into a laxism in morality and Pascal's criticism of the Jesuits also led Pope Innocent XI to condemn (in 1679) sixty-five propositions which were taken chiefly from the writings of the Jesuits. They were said to be propositiones laxorum moralistarum ("propositions of relaxed morality"), and Innocent forbade anyone to teach them under penalty of excommunication. Since they are hard to find and one of the problems in the Church today is laxism, we thought it wise to make this more easily available: ]
Condemned in a decree of the Holy Office, March 4, 1679 [link here]

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Vatican III Third Session---[Original Vatican II Schemas rejected by the liberals]

To go along with our cyberspace Vatican III Council here is some of the original schema that Vatican II was supposed to be, but was rejected at the last minute, by very good lobbying and politics by liberal Bishops. 

{from Unam Sanctam Catholicam Blog --my now favorite blog on the net --editor--Bill Strom. BTW I thank them for this valuable post. I have been looking for these schemas for years!]]

In the years leading up to the Second Vatican Council, Pope John XXIII entrusted the preparation of the documents that would be discussed by the Council to a Preparatory Commission, headed by the venerable Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani. The Preparatory Commission ended up drafting a total of nine schemas on a variety of topics. It was these schemas that would be rejected by the Council Fathers are excessively rigid, condemnatory in tone, and too "Scholastic" in their style. The majority of the documents were rejected in favor of what have gone on to become the sixteen documents of Vatican II. Until recently, we in the English speaking world had no way to assess the alleged inferiority of Ottaviani's original schemas; we had to simply take the word of the Council Fathers and periti. Thankfully, however, in 2012 a priest of Marquette University, Fr. Joseph A. Komonchak, laboriously translated five of the nine schemas into English. We are happy to link Fr. Komonchak's excellent translations below.

Five of the nine schemas are available, with expansive footnotes and helpful commentary by Fr. Komonochak. The original Vatican II schemas available in English are:

Schemas linked here

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Confession on Sundays?

We as a blog have tried to stay focused on the Dogma but like communion in the hand this abuse is so serious it needs to be addressed.

This is where the real mischief is being done to the spirituality of the Church.. Priests will claim Canon Law  forbids them from having confessions on Sunday or that Confessions can't be heard during mass.

Check this out:
The archdiocese of Chicago in its rules, regulations, and by-laws states:

"§202.12. Sacrament of Penance
202.12.1.
Policy The Sacrament of Penance or any other service shall not be
celebrated while Mass is being celebrated in the same space. REGULARLY SCHEDULED CONFESSIONS BETWEEN SUNDAY MASSES ARE NOT PERMITTED "


What kind of diabolical person would forbid regularly scheduled confession on Sunday? That is the BEST day the day most are in Church and most are going to receive communion!

How can any bishop allow any such policy to be practiced?

http://policy.archchicago.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=TqqkdlM6gFY%3d&tabid=10169

Friday, November 15, 2013

Fr. Barron ---- Not all will be saved

For some reason this post wasn't being searched on the blog, so we figured we would just re-post it. Something for the Barron-ites and the Balthazar-ites:

Matthew 7:13: "13Enter ye in at the narrow gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way that leadeth to destruction, and many there are who go in thereat. 14How narrow is the gate, and strait is the way that leadeth to life: and few there are that find it! "

The Council of Quiersy in 853 stated that, "not all will be saved" (Denz. No. 318);

and Pius II in 1459 even condemned the opinion "That all Christians are to be saved" (Denz. No. 717[b]);

THE SYLLABUS OF ERRORS CONDEMNED BY PIUS IX: "17. Good hope at least is to be entertained of the eternal salvation of all those who are not at all in the true Church of Christ." --Condemned

SYLLABUS CONDEMNING THE ERRORS OF THE MODERNISTS--LAMENTABILI SANE, Pius X July 3, 1907 (#24): "24. The exegete who constructs premises from which it follows that dogmas are historically false or doubtful is not to be reproved as long as he does not directly deny the dogmas themselves ."-- Condemned

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

"Cleansing Fire" is a novel of history and theology



http://cleansingfire-thenovel.com/
 

Cleansing Fire is a novel of history and theology written by Peter B. Kelly, JD.  The book is intended to serve as a study guide to assist readers interested in exploring the theological origins of the global disorder so evident in this first decade of the twenty-first century.
As it is an account of how some believers manage to remain faithful to God and how God responds to that devotion, it is a love story. It is also a story of historic betrayal, and of a hatred of God which still
threatens us all.
This novel is a beacon from a tower of stone, a beam of light searching for drifting castaways. It stands against the cultural wind and scans the storm tossed waves of our world where we all barely float in the treacherous hurricane of Godlessness submerging our mortal - and eternal - existence.
The old world order is rapidly collapsing. Our economic, governmental, cultural and religious systems are changing before our eyes. In theology, the primary methodology of this change is called “Modernism” which includes the concept that important religious beliefs or dogmas not only can change over time, but must change – and be updated - to suit the current culture. But as Pope Saint Pius X warned, this belief will lead to the eventual disregard of all religious beliefs, Catholic and non-catholic alike, that will each eventually be deemed passe’.

The Fourth Memoir of Sister Lucia of Fatima revealed that the famous “Third Secret of Fatima”, which was to be released in 1960 just before Vatican II, begins with the words “In Portugal the dogma of the Faith will always be preserved etc.” In his book, Mr. Kelly suggests that this Third Secret logically continues with a pointed prophesy that Catholic dogma will not be preserved by the Modernists elsewhere on earth beyond Portugal.  Perhaps the Evangelist Saint Luke was envisioning such widespread effects of Modernism when he wrote: “Yet when the Son of Man comes, will he find, do you think, faith on the earth.” (Lk 18:8)

Monday, October 7, 2013

ST. Robert Bellarmine and "Baptism" of Desire

  • So far in our studies the saints that supported Baptism of Desire contradict themselves on the issue. St. Robert Bellarmine is no exception.

    When saints attempt to explain speculative things, that are not clearly taught by the Church, they are bound to make mistakes. So Catholics must not follow St. Robert in his difficult attempt to explain "baptism" of desire. He was clearly confused by it:.

    St. Robert Bellarmine, De Ecclesia Militante: “Concerning catechumens there is a GREATER DIFFICULTY, because they are faithful [have the faith] and can be saved if they die in this state, and yet outside the Church no one is saved… THE CATECHUMENS ARE IN THE CHURCH, THOUGH NOT IN ACTUAL FACT, yet at least in resolution, therefore they can be saved…”[De Ecclesia Militante, Book III, Ch. 3, opera omnia, Naples 1872, p. 75; ]

    Why is he confused? Because Bellarmine, defined the Church as precise as he could and BoD was not a possibility. His definition is considered a classic:

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Venerable Pope Pius IX and Invincible Ignorance



First we should note that the Church was never blessed with a Supreme Pontiff who proclaimed and defended the defined dogma, Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus, more often or more vigorously than Pius IX. We also remind our readers that he was a very brave and holy pope; he has been declared "Venerable", and his cause for beatification is being promoted at this very time.
Pius IX reigned as Holy Roman Pontiff for thirty-two years (1846 to 1878), longer than any other Vicar of Christ except Saint Peter. In certain statements he made in official — though not infallible — pronouncements during his Pontificate, he seemed, to some liberals, to excuse the invincibly ignorant from the necessity of membership in the Catholic Church for salvation. His three most quoted statements follow:


Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Bad News! --Vatican spokesman--Rev. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B


This interview above by Fr, Rosica is a white wash of heresy and never mentions the evilness of Baum


The modernists are still in the Church but the Catholic mainstream media will not expose it, especially if it is in the Vatican. We at Catholic Vox wanted to stay focused on the doctrinal problems but in this case, we feel the need to expose the characters posing as loyal sons.

Rev. Thomas Rosica, is a wolf in sheep's clothing. He is media sauve and with high contacts in the Canadian Church. He has supported such lowlifes as ex-Fr. Gregory Baum. Baum was a "council periti" but was extremely left, and was excommunicated, left the priesthood and married a nun. He was Canada's most stanch and most influential opponents of Humanie Vite.