Thursday, June 14, 2018

THE MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE NCW AND THE TRUE CATHOLIC CHURCH

(Posted by Frenchie)
Many people have commented, on how striking the resemblance between Francisco Arguello Y Wirtz is with many portraits of Satan himself.
While this seems to be a little childish, it makes a disturbing point. It is in fact more interesting to compare what the Church itself teaches in its dogma, even after Vatican II. (specially after Vatican II, since Kiko himself teaches the Church did not exist between the Pax Constantinia  and Vatican II)

Then it should be relatively easy to compare that, to what the "Way" teaches and professes on the same subject.

Two weeks ago already, I posted in these pages, the remarks made by Cardinal Arinze last April while he visited Arizona. These remarks were about how to be involved in the celebration of the Eucharist, and how to properly participate in said celebrations, as outlined in Vatican II.
Therefore, I propose that we go back to these remarks and study the differences between what the Church teaches and what the NCW advances.

This is probably the most easy way for your average reader to see the how striking the differences are.

Cardinal Arinze reminded us that Vatican II and all Popes from Paul VI to Francis wanted us to be "led to that full conscious and active participation in liturgical celebrations."
We are warned that it is "very important that there be a proper understanding of what the Church means by active participation."

This is exactly the crossroad where many differences exist between the Church and the NCW.
Because this where the NCW differs from many of the teachings of the Catechist. It is also where they insist that they got a special authorization to practice differently.
(an unsubstantiated, and proven false affirmation)

Again Cdl Arinze reminds us the important teachings of Pope Benedict.

"Active participation does not therefore refer primarily to something external. It does not mean that as many people as possible should be visibly engaged in some action, it is not frenetic activism
(the exact opposite of the NCW celebrations)
The real 'action' in the liturgy in which we are all supposed to participate is the action of God himself"
 
 Sacramental participation.
The seven Sacraments are major liturgical celebrations which channel to us the graces of redemption won for us by our Savior Jesus Christ.
The two Sacraments that most Catholic receive the most often are Penance and the Holy Eucharist.

Penance is the Sacrament of God's Mercy
The Sacrament of the Eucharist is "the perfection of the Spiritual Life and the end to which all the Sacraments tend." (St Thomas Aquinas, S.Th. III, 73,3c) 


To the Neos, Penance is reduced to the Sacrament of Baptismal.
According to the teachings of Kiko: "The important thing is not the absolution" of the priest, because the value of the confession is essentially its community and ecclesial nature.
To the Church, it exercises this tremendous ministry through the Priest, because it is Jesus himself that gave his Church the power to forgive sins in his name.  

To the Neos, Eucharistic Worship does not have any meaning! It negates the true, real and substantial presence of Christ under the Sacramental species. Acts of faith such as genuflections before the Tabernacle, frequent Communions, hours of Adoration, benedictions, processions, congresses are not justified.
To the Church,  in this most blessed Sacrament," The Body and Blood, together with the Soul and the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ, is truly, really and substantially contained" (council of Trent 1551; DS 1651)

 The difference cannot be any more striking. 
All the wiggling, and fake justifications of the Neo's agents on the island won't change these facts.
The reality of the presbyters incardinated here on Guam by the Sexual Abuser Apuron,  who believe and apply these heretical positions, should disqualify them from holding office. Yet they are still here.

They continue to spread their poisonous heresies.

What is Archbishop Byrnes going to do about it?

10 comments:

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  2. I do consider all of the ideas you've offered in your post.
    They are very convincing and will certainly work. Still, the posts are very quick
    for starters. Could you please lengthen them a bit from subsequent time?

    Thank you for the post.

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  3. Red "highlighting" makes the text very difficult to read.

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  4. Dully noted, thank you for the input

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  5. You are all talking RUBBISH!

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    1. that's your opinion.
      Facts are facts.... no matter how you spin them

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    2. Fact:

      The Neocatechumenal way is a heresy that has infiltrated the Catholic Church, it is a “Protestant-Jewish community inside the Church with a Catholic decoration”. While they claim to be Catholic their conduct proves otherwise.

      The Neocatechumenal way is not Catholic, nor is it a part or representative of the Catholic Church, they are a breakaway Protestant-Jewish cult/sect.

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    3. Anonymous you are right...

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    4. LMAO, the army of anonymous and freaky shadows of the Neo's Underworld are out to support, their struggle to destroy the Church.
      St Michael the Archangel, defend us in battle...

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