Catholicism in The Age Of Confusion

 

Please follow this link first and read the news about the (of course) anonymous Argentine theologian saying that what is wrong is wrong even if the Evil Clown says it’s right. 

After that, let us reflect on the sorry state of the Church after 60 years of V II. 

  1. The need to even state that a Catholic is not allowed to follow a teaching that does not correspond to the perennial teaching of the Church is depressing. I do not blame the theologian. I blame the Argentinian (and all other V II) priests who have practiced Papolatry all these years.
  2. Just as depressing is the fact that the theologian feels the need to clarify that it is absolutely false to think that “they must now endorse the Buenos Aires approach under pain of heresy”. Apparently, some people think that being a heretic, nowadays, is not endorsing heresy.  
  3. Francis’ Amoris Laetitia statements are called “novel teaching”. Would you call 2+2=5 a “novel teaching?” I would call it rubbish, not novel teaching. Francis spreads and defends heresy and it is time that theologians, anonymous or otherwise, start calling an evil clown an evil clown

Lack of clarity leads to confusion. To say to a confused (and very ignorant, and sorely in need of instruction) Catholic that Francis is proposing a “novel teaching” is very dangerous, because it gives to heresy the dignity of teaching.   

Let our yea be yea. let us heresy by its proper name. Enough with walking on eggshells. 

The Age of Confusion will only end when clarity of speaking take its place. 

Posted on December 7, 2017, in Catholicism, Conservative Catholicism, Traditional Catholicism and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Well, Homogolio was very effective in demolishing the Church in Argentina but for a very small remnant. It is indeed true that falsifying Church teaching, promoting lies is not “novel teaching,” it is just “dung of the devil” as Homogoglio likes to put it.

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