Profession of Faith: Religious Submission to non Definite Acts and Vatican II

The profession of faith is required by the following groups according to Church law Canon 833. (1) those who attend with votes in ecumenical or particular councils, synods and even even diocesan synods. (2) Cardinals. (3) Bishops. (4) Diocesan Administrators (5) Vicars – General, Episcopal, Judicial. (6) Pastors, Rectors, Teachers of Theology and Philosophy inContinue reading “Profession of Faith: Religious Submission to non Definite Acts and Vatican II”

Vatican II and the Franciscan Thesis

The Franciscan Thesis is that Mary was predestined to be Mother of God in one and the same decree with Christ’s Incarnation and the Absolute Primacy of the Incarnation. The absolute primacy of the Incarnation is the view that Christ’s Incarnation was planed to occur with or without Adam’s sins and the entire creation wasContinue reading “Vatican II and the Franciscan Thesis”

Vatican II and Non-Universal Salvation Quotes

This post like my other Vatican II posts on Mary Quotes, Marriage Quotes, Development/Modern Culture Quotes, List of Where Vatican II says its teaching and Eucharist Quotes lists places, the large majority but not exhaustive where Vatican II speaks of salvation as being non-universal. It is often claimed that Vatican II brought about a sortContinue reading “Vatican II and Non-Universal Salvation Quotes”

1917 Code of Cannon Law #1324 and 1983 Code of Cannon Law #754 – The Faithful Must Observe What is set Forth in Constitutions and Decrees (Like most Document Produced by Vatican II)

Canon 754 in the current 1983 code of canon law runs as follows. “All the Christian Faithful are obliged to observe the constitutions and decrees which the legitimate authority of the Church issues in order to propose doctrine and to proscribe erroneous opinions, particularly those which the Roman Pontiff or the college of bishops putsContinue reading “1917 Code of Cannon Law #1324 and 1983 Code of Cannon Law #754 – The Faithful Must Observe What is set Forth in Constitutions and Decrees (Like most Document Produced by Vatican II)”

Fruits of Vatican II Part 3- Liturgy -Marriage as Covenant not Contract – Communal Penance – Restored Catechumenate

“The Second Vatican Council devoted paragraphs 48 to 58 of its Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World to marriage…. Its teaching marked a watershed in the Church’s understanding of marriage. Avoiding the familiar term ‘contract’ the council consistently spoke of marriage as a ‘covenant‘.” (New Commentary on the Code of Cannon Law,Continue reading “Fruits of Vatican II Part 3- Liturgy -Marriage as Covenant not Contract – Communal Penance – Restored Catechumenate”

Fruits of Vatican II Part 2 – New Evangelization, Mary as Mediatrix

A great sample. Fruit of Vatican II – it allowed for a beauty apologetics to be able to shine, instead of fortress mindsets. (although it was partially hijacked) – The New Evangelization is a fruit of Vatican II “The Council Fathers knew that “fortress Catholicism” was harming the Church and fostering a culture of drabContinue reading “Fruits of Vatican II Part 2 – New Evangelization, Mary as Mediatrix”

Historical Fruits of Vatican II Part 1 – Retention, Lay Groups and More Scripture

In Mass Exodus by Stephen Bullivant, several studies in America and Great Britian show that Catholic retention of its followers was higher other than religious group in the post Vatican II era. It was better than Lutherans, Anglicans, Pentecostals and many others. The book does an excellent statistical study of the reason why people leftContinue reading “Historical Fruits of Vatican II Part 1 – Retention, Lay Groups and More Scripture”

Timothy Gordon Vatican II Indefectibility with Michael Lofton

Vatican 2 Indefectibility w/ Michael Lofton – YouTube Another great video by two Latin Mass Catholic showing how all ecumenical council including Vatican II are indefectible. Just getting this resource out their!

Are the New Ordination Rites Valid?

Sometimes the best way to respond to a claim is to step back, and lookat what the other person is looking at in the very first sentences. For example, many of the great thinkers in our times or modern timeshave detailed books on their theories. You are not going to find amistake in logic fromContinue reading “Are the New Ordination Rites Valid?”

Did Pope Saint Paul Invalidate the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick?

2) Paul VI allowed the bishops to use other oils for extreme unction.How can it not invalidate the sacrament? Pervious Papal documents say that it has to be olive oil, Yet Paul VI allowed other oils. In short, the type of oil is a human-church tradition, not a divine given one by scripture nor theContinue reading “Did Pope Saint Paul Invalidate the Sacrament of Anointing of the Sick?”