Modern Catholic rite and rhetoric. Suddenly the phrase 'Reform of the Reform' takes on yet another meaning. Sort of guts a word like 'Tradition' of any discernible meaning other than that which might be applied by Humpty Dumpty. Not that any respectful Catholic would draw direct parallels...
PS. Everything is awesome, right. Hope and change and Springtime.https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/otn.cfm?id=1181*Cardinal* Cupich. Put that in your 'The Church is Our Mother' and smoke it... alongside all the crack mothers on skid row.LOL... I think...
As a professor of philosophy at the seminary in Detroit would you agree with the reasoning in this link?November 3, 2016Irrational premises and conclusions: there can be two interpretations of Vatican Council IIhttp://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/11/irrational-premises-and-conclusions.htmlIt is not the reasoning of Cardinals Burke, Pell and Ranjit. Nor of Ralph Martin at the seminary theology faculty in Detroit?-Lionel Andrades
November 7, 2016No comment from Prof. Phillip Blosser http://eucharistandmission.blogspot.it/2016/11/no-comment-from-prof-phillip-blosser.html
Mr. Lionel,Kindly remove your post on your own blog referencing me. The reason you haven't any answer from me is because I haven't had the time to even consider what you're asking. No evasion. Just not any time.That's the reason I haven't been blogging much. I mean no discourtesy, but please don't assume that my silence betokens some sort of position-taking. It doesn't. I probably won't have time until the New Year.Thanks, PB
Thank you, Lionel. I'll have more time after the end of the year. Best wishes, PB
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