Friday, 2 April 2010

May God be Good....

When interpreting Extra Ecclesiam Nulla Salus, we must interpret it the proper way, the way the Catechism teaches it. Fr. Feeney, did not believe in the baptism of the desire, or baptism of blood which the church has affirmed!

I am not really a Feeneyite. I can tell you, that to be Catholic, you do not choose what you believe. You must believe what the church teaches, that's what it means to be fully Catholic. If you disagree with wat the church says, then your not Catholic. We see this in the many dissidents in the church, and the progressive "lay pastoral leaders". Also, many bishops and priests openly deny church doctrine, and openly twist the dogmas of our holy Mother Church.
Therefore, they spit in the face of the church. Please, do not spit in the face of the church. If you are going to do so, why are you Catholic? Why are you even in the Priesthood?!

"The Church has always held the firm conviction that those who suffer death for the sake of the faith without having received Baptism are baptized by their death for and with Christ. This Baptism of blood, like the desire for Baptism, brings about the fruits of Baptism without being a sacrament" Amen to that!

Fr. Feeney didn't believe this, and plus, he was disobedient to the Jesuits, and so therefore, along with a few other things, being gravely disobedient to church law, and repeatedly warned, he was excommunicated. He was later reconciled.

Fr. Feeney founded the Slaves of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (The Saint Benedict Center).
There is one in Still River, which, to my knowledge do believe in baptism of desire, and are not Feeneyites any longer, though they defend his good name. The Saint Benedict Center in Still River, follows the Benedictine Rule.

As for the other Saint Benedict Center, in Richmond, they say they are in communion with the church, but I am not sure. They seem anti-semetic.

God Bless You, , for it is Easter. I hope you have a Blessed Easter, and may God be good to you!

1 comment:

ExtraEcclesiamNullaSalus said...

APPROVED GROUPS in the Church that hold Fr. Feeney's position:

In the Diocese of Worcester, there are three religious houses whose members believe and actively defend Father Feeney’s strict defense of “no salvation outside the Church.” Additionally, they all defend Father Feeney’s good name. Those three houses are St. Benedict’s Abbey, St. Ann’s House (the good sisters have no web site), and Saint Benedict Center. The Abbot of the Benedictine Abbey recently wrote a book defending Father Feeney, Harvard to Harvard. He remains a Benedictine Abbot — a prelate of the Catholic Church — in good standing.

The following are their websites:

They are listed on the religious order page of the Worcester Diocese:

Ecclesia Dei Commission on “Feeneyites:

“The question of the doctrine held by the late Father Leonard Feeney is a complex one. He died in full communion with the Church and many of his former disciples are also now in full communion while some are not. We do not judge it opportune to enter into this question.”

Msgr. Camille Perl Secretary, Ecclesia Dei Commission
Excerpted from:

Book about Feeney received Imprimatur:

Brother Thomas Mary Sennott, who was one of Father Feeney’s original followers, wrote a defense of our doctrinal position in his book, They Fought the Good Fight, which was published in 1987. Besides Brother Thomas Mary’s narrative and annotations, the book has long excerpts from Father Feeney’s strongest writings on “no salvation outside the Church.” Significantly, the book bears the Imprimi potest of Bishop Timothy J. Harrington, the Bishop of Worcester. (His Excellency granted this on January 15, 1987, thus indicating that the volume is free of doctrinal or moral error.)

“Feeneyite” made Papal Knight by Pope John Paul II:

A well-known “Feeneyite” named Charles A. Coulombe was created Knight Commander of the Order of St. Sylvester by Pope John Paul II on 1 October, 2004. In other words, a “Feeneyite” is a Papal Knight. Mr. Coulombe is a well-traveled and brilliant scholar and historian.