The Pope’s inability to make errors is one of the specialties of the Roman Catholic Church, which considers itself to be privileged. The announcement in “ex cathedra” comes from the “Holy Spirit” via the magisterium and the pontiff merely fulfills the organ of the spoken word. A belief construct based purely on fiction.
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Infallible and incapable of error
The so-called “infallibility of the Pope” is one of the many hidden jokers up its sleeve in the Roman Catholic Church. Already in the Middle Ages, the Bishop of Rome invoked his “incapacity to make errors”, but it was not until 1870 that Pope Pius IX made the papal infallibility a dogma. The papacy has thus established the official doctrine that the pontiff cannot possibly be wrong if he proclaims a new church doctrine from his episcopal see or calls it out from the cathedral, the Lateran.
“ex cathedra” mode explained in more detail
The Mexican priest Ricardo Aldana has now explained how one should imagine this “inability to make errors” on the part of the Pope. The Catholic clergyman working in Spain apparently felt called upon to explain the peculiarities of infallibility due to the prevailing gender discussions. The magazine “Die Tagespost” reported on it.
Privately, the Pope is like every human being
In “private mode” the Pope can talk as much as he wants, it does not affect the official dogmas of the Roman Church. But in the “official mode” the Pope speaks “ex cathedra” and is no longer in a position to tell untruths. It is not the pontiff himself who is infallible, but the office. Therefore the correct statement was not, “the infallible Pope,” but rather, “the infallible Magisterium of the Roman Pope.”
In the secular area one could compare this connection with the Federal Chancellor and the Federal Chancellery. When the Federal Chancellor gives a government address from his seat of government, the head of government is no longer in control of himself, but the “infallible Chancellery” formulated the “infallible” political agenda and the Chancellor acted as a mere mouthpiece.
Not yet fully formulated in 1870
The Mexican priest emphasized that the doctrine of infallibility could not be fully formulated during the First Vatican Council. Time was running out due to military unrest. It was not until the Second Vatican Council in 1964 that it was stipulated in the 25th chapter of the constitution “Lumen Gentium” that the individual bishop could not establish new doctrines, but only the college of bishops. Only in its entirety and only in conjunction with the Pope (Bishop of Rome) does this college have the ability to formulate a doctrine in a “finally binding” manner.
In the self-image of this church, the chair of the Bishop of Rome is nothing less than the chair of Peter. In the “ex cathedra” mode, it is not the Pope who speaks, let alone man, in the current case Jorge Mario Bergoglio, but rather the “Magisterium”. The man dressed as Pope is a matter of reality. With an office it is a fiction. It is difficult to understand how a fiction could become incapable of error.
The Holy Spirit is behind it
The Mexican priest explains in more detail how the Magisterium’s inability to make errors worked. Let it be the Holy Spirit. This spirit is the main support when it comes to infallible doctrinal decisions. This is given within the entire Church and this speaks through the Pope. This is a clear and unmistakable distinction from other Christian communities. Aldana summed it up: “In our case, the infallibility of the Church, its infallibility in doctrine, the infallibility of the college of bishops and the infallibility of the Pope are different concepts, but not different realities.”
As if the Mexican priest had just refrained from speaking of a “holy Trinity” inherent in the church.
Roman Church loves fiction
Consequently, the “Holy Spirit” also spoke through the Church’s magisterium in November 1950, when the dogma of Mary’s physical assumption into heaven was established. Pope Pius XII just moved his lips. A doctrine based on pure fiction.
Although the priest mentioned that no fundamentally new teachings would be established that deviate from the “apostolic faith,” it seems that the Catholic tradition is once again being elevated above the Gospel. This church has been proclaiming the belief in a “Mary of Heaven” for many centuries. Then it was not a new teaching after all.
However, according to the Gospel, Mary is currently sleeping, as are all the other deceased (Info). The Pope’s declared “inability to make errors” is also one of the countless presumptions and blasphemies (Info) of this church and does not need to be taken seriously. Even if the Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (Inquisition) certainly has a different opinion.
Unchanging character of this church
Long before the bishop of Rome received the title “papa” or “pontifex maximus” from Emperor Gratian, the church waged open war against the gospel and its faithful followers. (Info).
Pope Leo XIII openly expressed the papacy’s self-image, as did many of his predecessors (“Praeclara Gratulationis Puplicae – 1894”) (Info):
“But since We hold upon this earth the place of God Almighty”
2 Thessalonians 2:4:
Who opposeth and exalteth himself above all that is called God, or that is worshipped; so that he as God sitteth in the temple of God, shewing himself that he is God.
Contrary to the ignorant claims of the “ecumenists”, this church, including its character and the goals it has set, has not changed one bit. And this “mother of all churches” will never do this. Until its appointed end.
The merchandise of gold, and silver, and precious stones, and of pearls, and fine linen, and purple, and silk, and scarlet, and all thyine wood, and all manner vessels of ivory, and all manner vessels of most precious wood, and of brass, and iron, and marble,
Bible verses from King James Version