"Cor Divisa" - A Heart Divided
A reply from the 'Archived' Catacombs to the above post:

Modernism must constantly birth novelties. And each novelty must have its following. So how true are these words that where there is modernism, there is discord and strife.

We see this many times over in the birthing of the Protestant Revolution. How many Protestant sects are there now today?

And most painfully, we have seen this in the wake of the modernist Vatican II. How many branches and flavors are there of traditional Catholics nowadays?  You've got your indult traditional Catholics, you've got your sedevacantists traditional Catholics, you've got your SSPX traditional Catholics, you've got your Ecclesia Dei traditional Catholics, you've got your false resistance traditional Catholics, and you've got your true resistance traditional Catholics...one could go on and on. Is this not reminiscent of the Protestant Revolution? And just like the Protestants, they all swear they are in the right. So how do you know which is the true Church? Which is the right traditional Catholic?

Simple, you pick the traditional Catholics that follow the unchanging Church.

The indult and the false resistance will all tell you, you can attend the new mass. But we know this is wrong. Otherwise, why are you traditional Catholic? The SSPX traditional Catholics are trying their hardest to become an indult traditional Catholic groups. So same category as the first. The sedevacantists have self-proclaimed themselves cut off from the Church because they deny the pope is the pope. And our catechism teaches us that if we cut ourselves off from the Roman pontiff, we cut ourselves off from the Church. So much for that flavor of traditional Catholic. They have backed themselves into the proverbial corner.

Even the false resistance has painfully acknowledged that there is no error in the doctrine preached by the Fathers of OLMC. Those priests do continue to follow truly in the footsteps of Archbishop Marcel Lefebvre. They do teach what the Church has always taught. How few can this be said of today? Just listen to their sermons. The proof is easily there.

The Church doesn't change. The True Church. The Roman Catholic Church of the last two thousand years. We must cling to those who continue to preach the True Faith. Not the watered-down version of Catholicism that so many traditional Catholic groups deliver. We must hold fast to the Faith and not to persons. God will not let us be lost.

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"Cor Divisa" - A Heart Divided - by Stone - 11-27-2020, 08:41 AM
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