Our Catholic Faith Today, Episode 12 – Is There a State of Necessity in the Church Today?

This episode of Our Catholic Faith Today argues that there is a “State of Necessity” within the Church today.

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2 Responses to Our Catholic Faith Today, Episode 12 – Is There a State of Necessity in the Church Today?

  1. fathercharlescoughlin says:

    Yes! This is a vital and important Message! Thank you! And please know there is an even greater state of necessity regarding the fraud of Michael Voris! Just posted today at http://www.culturalgenocide.wordpress.com “Marxist Cultural Genocide: Churchquake! Controlled Alternative Media!

  2. Hi fathercharlescoughlin,

    I haven’t paid much attention to Michael Voris for a while. Someday I will maybe write a post about why, though I will definitely try to be charitable.

    “State of Necessity” is a theological term, indicating that ordinary law is superseded by the greater good – mainly the salvation of souls. Hence the Society of Saint Pius X argument that they are being obedient, to a greater law, and that if they had not acted as they have – Archbishop Lefebvre ordaining priests after told to stop, operating in dioceses where they have no ordinary jurisdiction, etc – that souls would have been lost.

    I will try to write a post about all of this later, but not in a comment 🙂 I can say that Angelus Press, the publishing arm of the SSPX, has a lot of good material explaining the State of Necessity (and has explained it better than I probably can).

    Thank you for commenting, and God bless,
    AC

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