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The Church is growing. It is moving and developing. A conversation with Bishop Nienstedt At one point during his address, McClory talked about a phone conversation he had with Nienstedt inwhen Nienstedt was the newly appointed bishop of New Ulm, Minnesota.
One must accept everything the Church teaches authoritatively. I reminded him, for instance, that Francis Sullivan in his definitive work, Magisterium: Teaching Authority in the Catholic Churchsays that in some instances, respectful dissent is quite appropriate.
According to McClory, Nienstedt responded: Sullivan agrees exactly with what I say. Accordingly, McClory shared how Sullivan in Magisterium: Teaching Authority in the Catholic Church writes that: It would be inconsistent for the magisterium to propose a moral norm as a requirement of the natural law.
It would be a mistake to rely too heavily on merely formal authority in proposing it for acceptance by thinking people. Just listen and be obedient. Not according to Sullivan, who writes: If in a particular instance, Catholics have offered their religious submission of mind and will to the authority of the magisterium by making an honest and sustained effort to achieve internal assent to its teaching, and still find that doubts about its truths remain so strong in their minds that they cannot actually give their sincere intellectual assent to it, I do not see how one could judge such non-assent to involve any lack of obedience to the magisterium.
He also shared how Francis Sullivan, the author of Magisterium, was professor of ecclesiology at the Gregorian University from untilserving as dean from to William Levada, the current Prefect of the Congreation of the Doctrine of the Faith, received his doctorate under Sullivan in Indeed, Sullivan has taught ecclesial doctrine to many, many bishops, said McClory.
Was he absent the day Sullivan discussed [those parts of his book dealing with faithful dissent]? Referring to the above quotes from Sullivan, McClory declared: People need to say: McCormickan expert in moral theology, were also highlighted by McClory during his May 3 keynote address in the Twin Cities.
McCormick is well-known for articulating the criteria for responsible or faithful dissent from a given Church teaching. This criteria holds that: We must make a sincere attempt to understand the teaching in question.
We must consider the reasons for and against the teaching, remembering at all times the importance that Dei Verbum places on the experiences of the believer. We must be willing to identify and confront our own biases and prejudices. We must hold respect for the general trustworthiness of the Church.
Paul-Minneapolis and who are thus experiencing a new archdiocesan administration that is much more authoritarian than previous ones. There are a great number of such communities emerging throughout the U. Of course, for some, such communities are cause for scandal.
There have even been calls for the excommunication of those involved in them. It does not come from any other source.Reading Richard John Neuhauss The Catholic Moment, Finch was struck by quotations in the book from Pope John Paul II, Cardinal Ratzinger, and the Second Vatican Council.
It had never occurred to me that the faith of the Fathers was still being taught, lived, and prayed in contemporary expression, recalls Finch. According to Fr. Richard McBrien, I should be barred from speaking at or receiving and honorary degree from Catholic Institutions.
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