Friday, January 28, 2005

For dissidents of all stripes: both "traditional" and "liberal."

Ad Tuendam Fidem, Apostolic Letter Motu Proprio of Pope John Paul II, inserted a second paragraph into Canon 750 of the Code of Canon Law. The second paragraph reads, "..each and everything set forth definitively by the Magisterium of the Church regarding teaching on faith and morals must be firmly accepted and held; namely those things required for the holy keeping and faithful exposition of the deposit of faith; therefore, anyone who rejects propositions which are to be held definitively sets himself against the teaching of the Catholic Church."

Pretty clear isn't it folks. Unless you are one of those who has succumbed to pride and are currently rejecting teachings which must be definitively held.


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