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Friday, May 5, 2017

"Does Christian Charity Really Require Us To Be Kind to the Vatican II Popes and Their Heretical Teachings?"

 "Does Christian Charity Really Require Us To Be Kind to the Vatican II Popes and Their Heretical Teachings?"

Pope St. Pius X (r. 1903-1914)
Was a Holy Terror against the Modernist Heresy
Which Fifty Years after His Death Reared Its Ugly Head Again
To Take over the Newchurch of the New Order
This Saint of the Church, Known as a Personally Kind and Pastoral Man
Hated the Modernist Heresy as the "Synthesis of All Heresies"
And Minced No Words Denouncing the Perpetrators of Its Heresies
That Today Include the Newpopes Themselves


Does Christian charity really require us to be kind to the Newpopes and their heretical teachings?
The TRADITIO Fathers Reply.
You must understand first what real charity in Christian doctrine is: the love of God first. Out of that love of God, true Catholics are obliged to stand up for the true Faith against heretics, who would destroy God's Church, even if they are the Popes themselves. If you ever had any doubt about this Catholic teaching, the uncompromising statements by Pope St. Pius X, who waged a courageous fight during his papacy (1903-1914) against the heresy of Modernism, which he called "omnium hereseon collectus," (the synthesis of all heresies), should take away any doubt in your mind.

 
The heresy of Modernism had been denounced by name since Pope Pius IX (r. 1848-1878) for its denial of Catholic and Apostolic doctrine, morality, and liturgy, as handed down in Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition. Examples of such heretical teachings of Modernism are the use of vulgar tongues at Holy Mass, anathematized specifically by the dogmatic Council of Trent, the acceptance of homosexuality, and the "oecumenical" doctrine that "all religions are equally true."
First, Pope St. Pius X defined the problem:
There are too many who have turned aside from the truth and in demanding a reform of discipline, there also to aspire to a reform of dogma and to harass the Church with the sophisms used by its most violent opponents [Modernists].
Second, Pope St. Pius X defined the scope of the problem in a letter that he wrote to a recalcitrant archbishop:
I am astonished that you should find excessive the measures taken to confine the flood that threatens to swamp us, when the [Modernist] error they are striving to spread is much more deadly than that of Luther, because it aims directly at the destruction not only of the Church but of Christianity.
Third, Pope St. Pius X spoke in no uncertain terms about how vigorously true Catholics had to fight against the heresy, reminding them that Our Lord violently scourged those who corrupted the Temple:
Kindness is for fools. They want them [Modernists} to be treated with oil, soap, and caresses, but they should be beaten with fists! In a duel, you don't count or measure the blows, you strike as you can! War is not made with charity; it is a struggle, a duel. If Our Lord were not terrifying, he would not have given an example in this too. See how he treated the Philistines, the sowers of error, the wolves in sheep's clothing, the traitors in the temple. He scourged them with whips!
Fourth, Pope St. Pius then went on to chastise so many Catholics of that time, as of our time, who, failing in their love of God, want to be kind toward heresy. The Pope called their cowardice in not defending the true Faith to be the main cause of the continuing heresy:
The greatest obstacle in the apostolate of the Church is the timidity, or rather the cowardice, of the faithful.
So, true Catholics, you have a Pope-Saint's permission to fight vigorously the heresy of Modernism, which is now synonymous with the Newchurch of the New Order and its Newpopes, with every fibre of your love for God.



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