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Thursday, January 9, 2020

Burke: Often Mentioned "Francis magisterium" Is Not The Magisterium

en.news A soon-to-be-published “Catechism of the Catholic Church with Theological Commentary,” edited by Curia Archbishop Rino Fisichella, will "not have the authority” of the 1994 Catechism, said Cardinal Raymond Burke.

He told TheWandererPress.com (January 8) that the current Catechism “will continue to be the authoritative text" while "whatever authority the new edition has, will depend on the correctness of its fidelity to doctrine.”

Burke linked the continuing doctrinal and moral confusion in the Church to the 4th century Arian heresy, pointing out that, at that time, St Athanasius defended Christ's divinity at the cost of great suffering. He was exiled and excommunicated by Pope Liberius for “the sake of peace.”

We need to fight for the truth today as Athanasius did then, adding that a so called “'Francis magisterium'” that is "'completely new'" is “not the Magisterium.”

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