Friday, January 21, 2011

A nice video for theologians of St. Vincent, MST, etc.

And this is what Michael Voris referred to as the speech of Bishop Athanasius Schneider. Remember that he was the bishop who wrote the beautiful book, Dominus Est, which basically trumped any illogical and antiquarian reasoning to justify the sacrilegious Communion in the Hand [shudder].  I have a copy of that book thanks to my dear friend and brother Knight, Jay Balza of Veritatem Facientes in Caritate who gave it as a gift, the last time we saw each other.

Bishop Schneider says:
There is the need for a new Syllabus, this time directed not so much against the errors coming from outside of the Church, but against the errors circulated within the Church by supporters of the thesis of discontinuity and rupture, with its doctrinal, liturgical, and pastoral application.

Such a Syllabus should consist of two parts: the part that points out the errors, and the positive part with proposals for clarification, completion, and doctrinal clarification.

To read the entire speech of the great bishop, click here.

There is a Pinoy liturgical expert somewhere in the mountains who will surely be grumpy when this Syllabus ever comes out!

And I am sure that most theologians in a school somewhere in Katipunan, in Aurora Boulevard and Tandang Sora and in Zamboanga City would be ranting like hell about this.  Why?  These thelogians are so proud of themselves, they act as if they are the popes of their own church!  Omniscient and arrogant dissenters!

Bishop Schneider is an inspiration of this blog and the GULP!


  1. TPC, this link is for you:

  2. If you think we would rant like hell after your post, you have another thing coming...

    I'll just say this to give you an idea: we're not up for debate, we'll just listen...otherwise, we will not be consistent on our stance on believing there is a plurality of beliefs...

    We're both Catholics, and I will not judge you nor say you're right and I'm wrong nor that you're misguided, and we're not (which would be so judgmental of me)...

    I'll just say let's just work the way we work...

    "The quality of a person's life is not measured by how she/he perceives things to be, but how she/he touches the lives of others."