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Lumen Gentium – Vatican II’s ‘Dogmatic’ Constitution on the Church
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3. Lumen Gentium – Vatican II’s Constitution on the ChurchLumen Gentium, Vatican II’s constitution on the Church, became famous (or rather, notorious) for its heretical teaching of collegiality. This is the idea that the bishops, taken as a whole, also possess supreme authority in the Catholic Church. We see that Lumen Gentium explicitly teaches that the College of Bishops possesses supreme and full power over the universal Church. If this were true, it would mean that Christ did not institute a single head in the Catholic Church in the person of St. Peter, but two supreme heads, the College of Bishops and Peter, which would make the Church a monster with two heads. The pope alone possesses the supreme authority in the Church. The bishops do not.
Vatican II teaches that Catholics worship the same God as the MuslimsBesides the heresy of collegiality, there are others in Lumen Gentium that cannot be overlooked. Perhaps the most striking is found in Lumen Gentium 16. This is an amazing blasphemy! Catholics are worshippers of Jesus Christ and the Most Holy Trinity; the Muslims are not!
(Muslims reject the Divinity of Jesus Christ)
(Christians worship Jesus as God)A child can understand that we don’t have the same God. Some people attempt to defend this awful heresy of Vatican II by asserting that Muslims acknowledge and worship one all-powerful God. They argue thus: There is only one God. And since Muslims worship one all-powerful God – not many deities, as the polytheists – they worship the same all-powerful God that we Catholics do.
Vatican II teaches that one can be an atheist through no fault of his ownVatican II is teaching here that there are some people who, THROUGH NO FAULT OF THEIR OWN, have not yet attained to the express recognition of God. In other words, there are people who, through no fault of their own, don’t believe in God (i.e., are atheists). This is heresy. It is infallibly taught in Sacred Scripture that everyone above the age of reason can know with certainty that there is a God. They know this by the things that are made: the trees, the grass, the sun, the moon, the stars, etc. Anyone who is an atheist (who believes that there is no God) is without excuse. The natural law convicts him. This is a revealed truth of Sacred Scripture. St. Paul teaches that atheists are inexcusable because God’s creation proves His existence. Vatican II, on the contrary, teaches that atheists can be excused. This causes us to ask, “What bible was Vatican II using?” It must have been the revised satanic edition. Vatican II’s statement about those who don’t acknowledge God is not only condemned by St. Paul, but also by Vatican Council I. Vatican I dogmatically defined the principle set forth in Romans 1 – which directly contradicts the teaching of Vatican II. Vatican II falls directly under these anathemas by its heretical teaching above.
Vatican II teaches that the Church is united with those who don’t accept the Faith or the PapacyIn Lumen Gentium 15, Vatican II teaches heresy on the issue of those who are united with the Church. If one were to sum up the characteristics of the unity of the Catholic Church, it would be that the Church is united with those baptized persons who accept the Catholic Faith in its entirety and remain under the unifying factor of the Papacy. To put it another way: those people with whom the Catholic Church is surely not united are those who don’t accept the Catholic Faith in its entirety or the Papacy. But Vatican II lists those two criteria for unity and teaches just the opposite! Vatican II says that the Church is united with those who don’t accept the Faith and the Papacy. This is totally heretical. It’s the opposite of the teaching of the Church. As we see below, it’s a dogma that those who reject the Papacy, or any portion of the Faith, are not joined to the Catholic Church. Vatican II also teaches that heretics honor Holy Scripture with a true religious zeal. The Catholic Church teaches that heretics repudiate the traditional Word of God.
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