Dissecting a Misleading Expression:
The Catholic Church and the “Fullness of Truth”
You’ve heard it numerous times: “The Catholic Church has the fullness of truth.” It is a very popular slogan among “conservative” Novus Ordo adherents, and even many Traditional Catholics unwittingly use it. Yet, this adage, though not incorrect if interpreted strictly, is actually favorable to heresy, specifically the heresy of Modernism. This explains why it is an expression that only began to be used with the advent of the Modernist Vatican II religion and was virtually unknown among Catholics before the 1960s.
Keating, Armstrong, and Lawler all fall into the “conservative” or “Neo-Catholic” camp of the Novus Ordo Sect, the difference being that Lawler is no longer willing to deny what is in front of his very eyes with regard to “Pope” Francis’ teachings and actions.
The Battle Over Novus Ordo Apologist Salaries and the Conflicts of Interest They Generate
Sparks are flying in Novus Ordo Land. On August 29, 2013, ChurchMilitant.TV‘s senior executive producer and host of The Vortex Michael Voris — the man whose haircut that makes him look like a mixture between Justin Bieber and the Doctor Who of the late 1960s — caused quite a ruckus among those members of the Vatican II Sect that are often described as (and consider themselves to be) “conservative Catholics”. He did this by calling to his viewers’ attention the (publicly available) salary figures of the highest income earners at various popular Novus Ordo organizations, including the well-known Catholic Answers in Southern California.
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Roberto de Mattei on Bergoglio: “We cannot say … that his loss of faith is evident and manifest.” - https://t.co/1bvnt5AlZU Yeah, because making the Sixth Commandment optional and declaring God wills other religions just isn’t enough… #popefrancis
@AlbinusFalco @OnePeterFive @SteveSkojec Yes, Divine Faith is, by definition, belief in what God has revealed. But Siscoe’s reduction of the Pope as Rule of Faith to infallible declarations does not seem correct.