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94. 4. Apostolic Exhortation Sacramentum Caritatis (2007), n. 29. 5. “Msgr. htm. Emphasis added here and throughout, unless otherwise indicated. 6. Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Milestones: Memoirs 1927–1977 (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1998), p. 148. 7. , p. 149. 8. uk. Introduction That the period following the Second Vatican Council has been a debacle for the Catholic Church is now beyond serious dispute. The widespread infiltration of the Catholic clergy by homosexuals over the past forty years, and the systematic attempt by bishops to conceal thousands of criminal acts by sexually deviant priests (not to mention the once-unthinkable emergence of a “gay culture” in the Catholic priesthood), are but further symptoms of an ecclesial disease that is raging out of control after being left untreated for decades.
It is the difference between opposing the depositum fidei and making an error, however catastrophic, in prudential judgment. However, too great a deprecation of so-called “nonessentials” fails to reckon with the role played by practices which, as the Popes themselves have taught, are hallowed by tradition and popular piety and are in fact necessary to the transmission, preservation and common understanding of what is “essential” to Catholicism—in short, the ecclesiastical traditions, as opposed to those which are strictly Apostolic (descended from the Apostles themselves).
Apparently these were nothing but figments of the imagination of intransigents and popes on whose total infallibility the Statute of Limitations had long expired. And then there is the conundrum provided by the ever-troublesome “others”: those who have used the pluralist, personalist, pastorally infallible Council in ways that almost all of the neo-Catholics seemed to disapprove, from the earliest abuses in the liturgy to support for abortion, gay marriage, and what really must now be called the Homosexual Heresy.