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By contrast, it is now clear when the Pope speaks ex cathedra.
To their credit, many Popes had seen the totalitarian danger of proclaiming a mere moral infallible in his decrees. Gabriel Andrade en 5: Pius IX also strlssmayer Council members to get together in discussion sessions, and he also got rid of recess breaks between sessions.
Pius IX made sure that during the Council, theological discussions would not be registered by writing, so that theologians would not have the proper time to think about it thoroughly.
Be that as it may, those passages have been used in support of papal infallibility for centuries. Finally, with all these morally questionable tactics, Pius IX prevailed, and inimposed one of the most totalitarian religious doctrines ever approved: Long before Pius IX, some sectors of the Catholic Church sympathized with such a doctrine, and quoted from the Bible in support of it.
In the coming years, if the Catholic Church truly wants to cleanse itself of its Medieval remnants, it must begin by reexamining the doctrine of Papal infallibility, and criticize it, not only for the way it was fraudulently imposed by Pius IX, but also for what it represents.
Opiniones de Gabriel Andrade: The Ethics of Papal Infallibility
He did not even stop the Council during a malaria outbreak, and arrested one Armenian bishop that was vehemently disckrso to the approval of the infallibility dogma. Ultimately, with the establishment of Italy as a nation, Pius IX had to give up his power as temporal i.
Furthermore, the very notion of Papal infallibility implies the suppression of critical thinking, and the complete renunciation of autonomy when strossmayyer comes to making judgments and decisions. In the past, so the argument goes, there have been Popes that have been mistaken, yet that does not invalidate the doctrine of infallibility.
But, above all, he is remembered for his role in defining the doctrine of Papal infallibility during the First Vatican Council in Prior tonot all Catholics were convinced of this doctrine. Some Catholic apologists try to sugarcoat this fact, by arguing that Papal infallibility does not apply to everything the Pope ever does, but rather, only applies to the time when the Pope speaks ex cathedra about doctrinal aspects of faith and morals. Yet, despite this important caveat, the doctrine of Papal infallibility is morally very dangerous.
So far, the only time a Pope has clearly spoken ex cathedra and therefore, has used Papal infallibility as a resource was inwhen Pius XII proclaimed the dogma of the Assumption of Mary.
However, as Kertzer narrates it in his book, Pius IX was determined to impose his doctrine, and he used many immoral tactics to achieve his goal.
Pius IX is controversial for all sorts dlscurso reasons: But, historically, prior toit was not altogether clear when a Pope taught something informally, and when he taught it ex cathedra. For example, Honorius I taught the monothelitist heresy i.
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Sobre estos temas recomiendo: This is a thorough investigation into the Papacy of Pius IX. Theoretically, ecclesiastical organization has no way of impeding a Pope from making wild allegations ex cathedraand proclaiming them on the basis of Papal infallibility.
Ketzer goes into great detail examining many aspects of the private and public life of Pius IX, including his initial popularity amongst the Roman people, and then his eventual collapse into deep unpopularity because of his deep reactionary views. Many theologians were concerned that the doctrine of strosemayer could give Popes the power to derogate what previous Church councils had decreed.