Thursday, November 24, 2005

Pope St. Pius X Had It All Wrong
Silly rabbit, apostates are for kids!


Leave it to the National Catholic(?) Reporter. Turns out that the synthesis of all heresy, Modernism, really is a GOOD thing! http://natcath.org/NCR_Online/archives2/2005d/112505/112505z.htm

And let's keep in mind that no less than Pope St. Pius X officially declared Modernism to be a heresy. For those who aren't quite that familiar with Modernism... rest assured, it has nothing to do with electricity nor indoor plumbing. Moderism, in short, is a philosophy that espouses that nothing... and I mean NOTHING is eternal or absolute. Everything is subject to change. To include dogma. Condemnation #80 of Pascendi Dominici Gregis (On The Doctrines of the Modernists) clearly condemns one of the glaring Modernist propositions; "The Roman Pontiff can and ought to conform with contemporary progress, liberalism, and civilization". Does THAT sound familiar? Spirit of Vatican II calling on line 1.

If it's traditional, if it's orthodox, if it's conservative, if it's a moral absolute... it's no good. No 10 Commandments, just 10 Suggestions. No Works of Mercy, just Thoughts of Maybe. No Great Commission, just a Great Omission. Anyone still confused as to why Modernism is considered a heresy.

But nonetheless, take a quick peek at some of the drivel coming out of the NCR;

Revisiting the modernists
By DANA K. GREENE
In the long history of the church, change has been prompted by reformers who both left its fold and stayed within it. Abuses -- political, economic, moral -- often sparked the reform, but almost inevitably reform demanded some struggle between the issues of individual conscience and church authority. One can look back to Joan of Arc or Martin Luther, to Francis or Catherine of Siena, or to the contemporary treatment of Frs. Hans Küng or Charles Curran.


Wow, Sts. Joan of Arc and Francis and Catherine of Siena are thrown into the same pot as Theological Quislings like luther, Küng and Curran. I'm sure that Pope St. Pius X is exceedingly pleased.

Unbelievable. Apologists for heresy, at a "Catholic" publication, no less. Next thing you'll tell me is that the pope wants to convene a synod because most Catholics don't even believe in the Real Presence. Oops... too late.

3 Comments:

Blogger CS said...

Oh yeah, Sts. Francis, Joan, and Catherine *surely* belong with the uber-birth-controller Curran and the lecherous heretic Luther. Maybe someday we can adopt their principles and end up like the Unitarians. Dang, I'm convinced.

2:03 AM  
Blogger Gaufridus said...

Strictly my opinion, but Pope St. Pius X's PASCENDI DOMINICI GREGIS (the Encyclical of Pope Pius X on the Doctrines of the Modernists) and the Oath Against Modernism should be required reading for every Catholic prior to being given the sacrament of Confirmation.


Dominus vobiscum

6:12 AM  
Blogger Vir Speluncae Catholicus said...

Silly us, 'eh, CS?

9:01 AM  

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