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A "Courtyard for Confused Catholics"

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Post  DeSelby on Sun Jan 08, 2012 3:48 am

I'm thinking of writing a letter to Pope Benedict XVI pitching him this idea...

The agnostics get a courtyard; why shouldn't Catholics who are confused, despondent, bewildered, concussed and concerned about the seeming reign of Modernism and heresy in the Church have one? We would present our concerns in a calm, charitable manner, but we also wouldn't beat around the bush... It would be like a summit. And it would be primarily for the layman, rather than theologians behind closed doors.

Kindly ask them to solve the riddles of Vatican Council Two before our eyes, if such is even possible. Present them with what we respectfully believe to be their troubling statements and actions, and ask them, humbly, to explain themselves.

If one is to go Sedevacantist, I think that one at least owes it to the authorities a chance to explain themselves. It is just.

I put it to the forum: What do you all think?
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Post  Guest on Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:41 am

The problem is that most letters to the authorities go unanswered.

I have written letters to my bishop before (not about modernism but about another issue) and they have gone unanswered.

I think the best way is just to hammer on these points in the public forum. I mean look....obviously the traditionalists were right about "pro multis" otherwise they would not have changed the translation of the Novus Ordo. The SSPX was also right about the Old Mass never being abrogated. That's how the authorities tend to work, it takes them a long time to change something, when they do change it they don't admit the traditionalists were right, and then they do the change quietly.

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Post  Guest on Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:43 am

Either that or you would need a well known theologian to pick up some of these issues. I had big hopes that Fr. Harrison would put the issue of explicit faith on the table, but his article on explicit faith has been removed from the internet.

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Post  columba on Sun Jan 08, 2012 3:00 pm

I've come to the conclussion that the only answer is the rosary. Like St Louis de Montfort said, pray the rosary every day and pray it well, meditating on the mysteries, for the purpose of knowning the truth and obtaining contrition and pardon.
Our Lady agrees with the saint as per her request at Fatima.
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Re: A "Courtyard for Confused Catholics"

Post  Guest on Sun Jan 08, 2012 5:11 pm

columba wrote:I've come to the conclussion that the only answer is the rosary. Like St Louis de Montfort said, pray the rosary every day and pray it well, meditating on the mysteries, for the purpose of knowning the truth and obtaining contrition and pardon.
Our Lady agrees with the saint as per her request at Fatima.
Amen. I agree.

I mean, there is a point to fighting for truth, etc. But really the best thing we can do (because it's the only thing we actually have any control over) is to pray.

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