A clear teaching from the Catechism (click)In the Church there is no law or jurisdiction which can impose on a Christian a diminution of his faith. All the faithful can and should resist whatever interferes with their faith, supported by the catechism of their childhood. If they are faced with an order putting their faith in danger of corruption, there is an overriding duty to disobey.
(Open Letter to Confused Catholics : Chapter 18 : para 9)
Q. 526. What do you mean by the infallibility of the Church?
A. By the infallibility of the Church we mean that the Church can not err when it teaches a doctrine of faith or morals.
Q. 527. What do we mean by a "doctrine of faith or morals"?
A. By a doctrine of faith or morals we mean the revealed teaching that refers to whatever we believe and do in order to be saved.
Q. 529. Since the Church can not err, could it ever be reformed in its teaching of faith or morals?
A. Since the Church can not err, it could never be reformed in its teaching of faith or morals.
Those who say the Church needed reformation in faith or morals accuse Our Lord of falsehood and deception.
These teachings apply to every Catholic from the Pope/sinner, through priest/sinners down to the lowliest pewsitter/sinner There are no exceptions.
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NEVER BE INTIMIDATED BY INTELLECTUALS WHO KEEP QUOTING VARIOUS THEOLOGIANS TO PROMOTE ANYTHING CONTRARY TO THE QUOTE ABOVE. OUR WONDERFUL MOTHER THE CHURCH HAS PROVIDED FOR HER LITTLE ONES BY DISTILLING FROM THE CHURCH FATHERS, AND ACCEPTED THEOLOGIANS, THE SIMPLE INSTRUCTION AS COMING STRAIGHT FROM THE MOUTH OF CHRIST!
Pray for us Archbishop LeFebvre. Do not let us be misled by the ways your words and deeds are interpreted to suit the personal opinions of those who scandalise Our Lord's beloved children.
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