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Is theological liberalism compatabile with Catholicism?

December 18th, 2009, Promulgated by Choir

I’d be interested in your comments. Thank you.



6 Responses to “Is theological liberalism compatabile with Catholicism?”

  1. Persis says:

    I found this quite interesting, but before I make any comments I would like to do a little reasearch. The priest refers to some documents around the 2:35-2:45mark, do you know of a source on the web where I could find them?
    The priest is quite dynamic, do you know anything about him?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Liberalism is already a religion. It has a philosophy and ethic of it's own which is in direct contract with Catholicism. It advocates liberty and equality in all things. God does not. Therefore His Church cannot.

    It is absolutely not compatible with the Catholic Faith because every single facet of God's creation, teaching and law is hierarchical and comes with restrictions on what can be taken with liberty and what cannot. Christ teaches self-denial, not self-indulgence and from the choirs of angels to the selection of The Twelve, everything is ranked and roles assigned. There is no equality except as is perfected in the whole.

    If a Liberal wants to take a role that is not assigned to him, let him become a victim soul and take over the penance that belongs to another.

  3. Gen says:

    Nod of the miter @ Anonymous 12:31.

  4. Persis..I would try

    In the video, he cited Pascendi Dominici Gregis from 1907; The Oath Against Modernism in 1910 and Testem Benevolentiae Nostrae and Lamentabili Sane from 1907.
    I hope this helps and good luck and God bless.

  5. Persis says:

    Thanks! This is a great resource!

  6. Persis,
    I aim to please. So if I can help you any further, just let me know.
    Pax et bonum,
    Choir or Quire

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