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Check this out: "Neo-Catholic Bishop Bashing is De Facto Sedevacantism" http://youtu.be/v9-Nm9OsCoA
OK you guys! I've got it figured out!
In the video I've linked to, the latest Chris n' Mike Show, they suggest that there is no limit to what the neo-cons will defend as long as it comes with an endorsement of the pope, up to and including adding a fourth person to the Holy Trinity.
It came to me in an inspired flash! THAT'S what we need! A fourth person of the Holy Trinity. A Holy Quadrinity! No no, just stick with me here. It's good.
We know that the doctrine of the Church is authored by Almighty God, not the pope. We all agree on that. Even the neos. Which means that only Almighty God could possibly change anything in Catholic doctrine. But lately, we've been hearing a lot about this "sensus fidelium" character who says we have to change lots of things.
Pope John Paul II Kisses the Koran on May 14, 1999
On April 1, 2011 Cardinal Angelo Amato, prefect of the Congregation for Saints' Causes clarified the basis for John Paul II’s beatification. Catholic News Service reported the following:
Pope John Paul II is being beatified not because of his impact on history or on the Catholic Church, but because of the way he lived the Christian virtues of faith, hope and love, said Cardinal Angelo Amato, prefect of the Congregation for Saints' Causes…
Cardinal Amato said the sainthood process is one of the areas of church life where the consensus of church members, technically the "sensus fidelium" ("sense of the faithful"), really counts."From the day of his death on April 2, 2005, the people of God began proclaiming his holiness," and hundreds, if not thousands, visit his tomb each day, the cardinal said. A further sign is the number of biographies published about him and the number of his writings that are translated and re-published…
Cardinal Amato said, "the pressure of the public and of the media did not disturb the process, but helped it" because it was a further sign of Pope John Paul's widespread reputation for holiness, which is something the church requires proof of before it moves to beatify someone…
[Joaquin Navarro-Valls, who served as Vatican spokesman under Pope John Paul], a member of Opus Dei, said he had the blessing of personally knowing three saints: Josemaria Escriva de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei; Blessed Teresa of Kolkata; and Pope John Paul.What all three have in common, he said, was a good sense of humor, a ready smile and an ability to laugh.As for those who question beatifying Pope John Paul only six years after his death and those who say the explosion of the clerical sex abuse scandal during his pontificate casts a dark shadow on his reign, Navarro-Valls said people must remember that beatification is not a judgment on a pontificate, but on the personal holiness of the candidate.The key question, he said, is: "Can we be certain he lived the Christian virtues in a heroic way?"