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Refuting the charges that the Catholic Church would be against the interests of civil society, Pope Leo XIII, in the Encyclical Immortale Dei, of 1885, exposes the doctrine of the Church about the constitution of the States.
This most up-to-date document consists on a list of thesis condemned by Pope Pius IX. It condemns many errors broadly adopted in our times, such as pantheism, religious indifferentism (ecumenism), socialism, communism, laicism, etc.
Modernism is a heresy which has deeply penetrated into all segments of society, including – and mainly – ‘the very veins and heart of the Church’. The modernism was the last heresy condemned by the Church and the only condemnation in the whole XXth century. In spite of that, its errors are found in the mentality of many clergymen of nowadays. In this encyclical, S. Pius X makes a masterly exposition of the modernist system, which can be defined as ‘the synthesis of all heresies’. It condemns, among others, agnosticism, religious immanence and its religious sentiment, evolution of the dogmas, etc.
On June 29, 2016, 45 theologians from all over the world addressed to the Dean of the College of Cardinals, Cardinal Angelo Sodano, a critical analysis of the post-synodal exhortation Amoris laetitia in which they condemn 19 statements in this Papal document.
`A homily by a lay person can be very well-prepared theologically, but that person cannot act with the sacramental identity and the authority of Christ`, Castrillón Hoyos said.
Let us then thank the Blessed Virgin Mary whose intervention will have been decisive, thanks to the nigh on one and three quarter million rosaries offered to her for this intention, by a number of yourselves amongst others. And let us thank and pray for Benedict XVI and all his collaborators who helped to push through this Decree
Libreria Editrice Vaticana has published a book, Dominus Est by Bishop Athanasius Schneider, where that Bishop analyzes the question of communion recieved kneeling and on the tongue
In these times of religious syncretism, much has been spoken about liberty of religion, cult and creed, and about salvation outside the Church. This is the ecumenism, professed everywhere. But, let us see what the Catholic Church has to say about it, by means of her infallible magisterial. Because much has been spoken about, but little has been studied.