Just After the Council, Lefebvre Responds to Ottaviani

Alfredo Ottaviani - Wikipedia

The Council had been over for less than a year. Catholics were excited and confused. Different moves towards implementation, sometimes contradictory, were rumored. Already Catholic liberals were hard at work to lead the Church in their direction. What was Rome to do? After fifty-five years, we know what Cardinal Ottaviani, one of Cardinal Ratzinger’s predecessors as Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, decided to do: on July 24, 1966, he wrote to the Ordinaries of the world to sound the alarm. He had been receiving daily indications of a revolt against sound doctrine; some were already falsely appealing to the Council to spread their errors. These errors had to be dealt with.

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Easter, Ascension Thursday, Pentecost and Parousia

The Case for the Ascension of Christ – Pastor Brian Chilton
The Descent of the Holy Ghost by Titian Photograph by Jozef Sedmak | Pixels

Christ’s death and Resurrection begins the work of Our Redemption, but Christ’s work is incomplete, 1 (666) as Heaven needs to be opened and the Birth of the Church needs to be propagated.
  Heaven having been closed now for about 4000 years is once again opened on Ascension Thursday. “He ascended into heaven, sitteth at the right hand of God, the Father Almighty; FROM THENCE He shall come to judge the living and the dead.”  2

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‘Danger to Her Own Soul She is Risking’ – San Francisco Archbishop Bars Pelosi From Holy Communion Due to Her Support of Abortion


Catholic Church teaches concerning her authority in matters of faith and morals

Theology: General Works | St. Jerome Biblical Guild

Vol 15 Issue 20 ~ Editor: Rev. Fr. Courtney Edward Krier
May 14, 2022 ~ Saint Boniface, opn!
Dear Reader:

Recently a topic of confusion has been encountered again. This concerns that of what the Catholic Church teaches concerning her authority in matters of faith and morals and what the Church allows to be taught as far as a matter that is not yet decided or may be believed but does not have to be believed, or is erroneous and forbidden.

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