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Dr. Taylor Marshall

Streamed live 2 hours ago

#TnT Dr. Taylor Marshall and Tim Gordon discuss the traditional Catholic doctrine of Holy Orders, Minor Orders, Subdiaconate, the debate on “transitional” and “permanent” deacons (a distinction that Taylor Marshall rejects) and then also look at how the theology of “women deacons” and “married priests” is being pushed on the Church in the run up to the Amazonian Synod.


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Cardinal Gerhard Muller

“Cardinal Müller went on to reflect on the importance of Pope Benedict XVII’s reference to the “hermeneutic of continuity” to interpret the Faith:

Without a hermeneutic of continuity and of reform, the Church would secularize itself and would turn into something more similar to a humanitarian organization. If this would happen there would be no reason to be part of the Church. The hermeneutic of reform and continuity is nothing more than the hermeneutic of faith as it is testified by the Holy Scripture, that lives in the apostolic tradition interpreted in the authentic way of the magisterium. Certainly, the Church is founded on revelation, and not on the magisterium.”


Source: Ideological Efforts to Change Doctrine Since Vatican II Are Deeply Misguided, Says Cdl. Müller

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